Studio Tenn is presenting “Christmas with Patrick Thomas,” featuring performances from the acclaimed singer, on Tuesday and Wednesday, Dec. 17-18, at 7 p.m. each day.
The Teen Advisory Board at the Brentwood Library has been hard at work assisting the Brentwood Fire and Rescue Department in collecting and cataloging more than 1,000 toys for Toys For Tots.
The Brentwood Library’s Harry Potter Alliance chapter is taking submissions of both physical art and musical talent for the Art Tournament at Tri-Band Tournament at the 2020 Yule Ball.
The Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department will host a variety of family friendly entertainment in the coming weeks at the Williamson County Performing Arts Center at Academy Park, 112 Everbright Ave., located off of Columbia Avenue just south of historic downtown Franklin.
At my stage of life, with plenty of Christmases behind me, Christmas evokes memories, whether they are of my childhood or the childhoods of my children.
What do we really know about ALICE? ALICE works, hard, but she is barely surviving. ALICE hasn’t had a raise in five years, but her household budget has increased by over 30% in that time.
Condoleezza Rice, secretary of state under former President George W. Bush, said “There’s no greater challenge and there is no greater honor than to be in public service.”
The Brentwood Police Department will take part in Tip A Cop to benefit the Special Olympics of Tennessee on Thursday, Dec. 12.
This column is dedicated to folks with an ex-spouse, ex-boyfriend or girlfriend, current and/or former co-worker, or a boss they are struggling to forgive. The title and the following “lyrics” represent a slight shift (approximately 180 degrees) from Lee Ann Womack’s "I Hope You Dance." I ac…
Columnist’s note: It was a great Thanksgiving holiday, with lots of good food and family, but writing a column didn’t make it into the mix of activities. Accordingly, I’m re-running a piece from two years ago that ran the Monday after Thanksgiving. See you back here next week.
As Ravenwood High School prepares for its 6A semifinal football game against the Houston Mustangs on Friday, a team of Ravenwood parents and Brentwood community leaders have stepped up to support.
We want to know what readers think makes them so Brentwood or Franklin or Nolensville or Spring Hill… and we know their answers will amuse us as they educate us more on what makes us… so Williamson County!
He’s happy all the time. And it’s driving Santa Claus crazy. Meanwhile, thousands of miles away in New York, his father is on the naughty list, and his half-brother doesn’t even believe in Santa.
From Girl Scouts to Realtors, hundreds of people turned out for the annual Saturday-before-Thanksgiving food distribution event hosted by One Generation Away at Liberty Elementary School.
The Heritage at Brentwood, managed by Life Care Services®, An LCS® Company, announced that its management company ranked highest in customer satisfaction in the J.D. Power 2019 U.S. Senior Living Study.
Studio Tenn is performing Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella in Jamison Theatre at the Factory at Franklin from Friday, Dec. 6 through Friday, Dec. 29, according to a release.
Today, in observance of Thanksgiving, I will list some of what comes to mind as I think about what I’m thankful for, based on the past year or so of “What I know” columns:
The Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department will host a variety of family friendly entertainment in the coming weeks at the Williamson County Performing Arts Center at Academy Park, 112 Everbright Avenue; located off of Columbia Avenue just south of historic downtown Franklin.
Recently, while talking with a friend who is active in partisan politics, I asked him if he’d voted in the Oct. 22 municipal election, in which voters went to the polls to select Franklin’s Mayor and four at-large aldermen.
Williamson County Parks and Recreation (WCPR) will host several holiday community events and programs during the month of December. All events are open to the public.
Editor's note: In Part 1 of "Where have all the court jesters gone?": Ramon Presson reminded us of some great bygone columnists who offered much-needed doses of humor.
The Lotz House is hosting a Christmas Candlelight Tour at the historic home every Friday and Saturday in December from 6-9 p.m. The tour will showcase the decorations of the period of the 1864 Battle of Franklin including fresh décor of pulled cotton, harvested nuts, fresh apples, magnolia b…
Franktown Open Hearts, a nonprofit that serves inner-city at-risk youth and their families in Franklin, will once again host Franktown Festival of Lights, presented by Franklin Synergy Bank, with over a mile-long Christmas-spirited experience that features thousands of sparkling holiday lights.
A collaborative effort by GraceWorks, One Generation Away and The Well will provide Thanksgiving fixings to low-income families at three sites Nov. 23.
As I wrote a few weeks ago when I reviewed the book Digital Minimalism, I have dialed back my web browsing considerably, especially news sites.
Partners and supporters of the Heritage Foundation of Williamson County had a chance to join staff and board members to get what one might call a bird’s eye view of the nonprofit’s accomplishments over the past year.
The Tennessee Department of Health is urging all Tennesseans who have not yet received a flu shot to get one as soon as possible, as seasonal influenza cases increase across the state.
Around 50 volunteers, including Ravenwood High School Band members, took part in placing over 1,000 American flags around Brentwood on Sunday in observance of Veterans Day.
With deer season in full swing and the holidays quickly approaching, Tennessee Wildlife Federation’s Hunters for the Hungry program is accepting donations in Williamson County to help feed local families in need. Statewide, more than 75 processors are collecting donations to feed fellow Tenn…
The Brentwood Fire and Rescue Department recognized two of their members and welcomed one new recruit at the Brentwood City Commission meeting on Monday night.
“Today we tend for them. We are called to our shared humanity with them, the enslaved African men and women and children, slaves no more. They were here. We are here. Lost in the shadows, previously buried in the weeds, they were forgotten. And yet we are called to remember, to witness, to cry out into this wilderness that they were here.”
The John P. Holt Brentwood Library has a variety of programs for the week of Nov. 11 through Nov. 17. Check out the details below.
Members of Leadership Brentwood and Williamson Inc. were joined by community and government leaders on Friday afternoon for the official unveiling of the city’s first mural in the City Park shopping center.
The Brentwood City Commission will vote on a proposed name change for the Tower Park Dog Park to honor a late community volunteer.