Unless you’ve been living under a pile of cashews you’ve likely heard the news that Mr. Peanut is no longer with us. Sacrificing himself to save his companions, Mr. Peanut fell to his death in this commercial that was going to be aired prior to kick-off during the Super Bowl pregame show.
After going missing for 517 days, Hamster, a Franklin family's treasured cat has been reunited with his family thanks to a Franklin police officer and the Nashville-based Skippy Lou's Lost and Found Pets Facebook group.
South 40 in Franklin will be offering Valentine’s Day photo sets for novice or professional photographers looking for a special photography venue to create personalized photos.
A number of senators, including our own Marsha Blackburn, have been spied reading books (Blackburn), sleeping or passing notes during the proceedings. Why?
After the November 1864 Battle of Franklin had ended, several federal commanders including Gens. John Schofield, David Stanley, Jacob Cox and Emerson Opdycke claimed credit for their “victory.”
Faith Forum: Conversations on Race, a community-wide conversation on how Christians can and should address racism in their communities, will be held at Brentwood United Methodist Church on Saturday, Feb. 8.The event will take place at 9 a.m. with check in at 8:30 a.m., featuring a panel disc…
The Church of the Good Shepherd in Brentwood announced that they are parting ways with the YMCA preschool program that has operated out of the church’s facility after 20 years, permanently closing the preschool and displacing the planned child-care for the families of 72 children who are enr…
Southall, a Franklin operation considered one of Tennessee’s most innovative and sustainable farms, will unveil its extensive grounds along with a luxury inn, spa and cottages in 2021. But its apiary and its 2.5 million bees are already being recognized as a key player in the larger agricult…
Coming off two World Series appearances in the past three seasons, including the championship in 2017, the Houston Astros are being severely disciplined for stealing their opponents’ pitching signals. The purpose and benefit of intercepting and rightly interpreting the signals between an opp…
The Brentwood Library is closed on Monday in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day but will offer a variety of programs for the week of Jan. 20 to 26 including an eBook & eAudiobook App tutorial, an Author Talk with Stacy Jagger and more.
Anyone stopping by here over the past eight years knows I have a fun obsession with the English language, a big part of which centers around so-called buzz words.
Williamson County Parks and Recreation invites the public to attend an Artist Reception for Shari Lacy on Sunday, Jan. 26 from 3 to 4 p.m. at the Williamson County Enrichment Center, 110 Everbright Ave, in Franklin.
Brentwood resident Lee Gould is a part of a growing number of artists who have transformed LEGOs from a simple toy to one of the world's most important and democratic mediums in contemporary art.
The city of Brentwood updated their park guidelines in an effort to make it easier for Brentwood residents and businesses to reserve park shelters.
The headline about a NASA intern discovering a new planet on his third day at work, caught my attention. Did I mention the intern hasn’t graduated from high school yet?
The city of Brentwood officially welcomed the traveling national exhibit Exploring Space: Smart Spacecraft, Big Data, And Digital Models to the Brentwood Library on Saturday morning with the Launch Day and Ribbon Cutting.
The Brentwood Library has a variety of events for the week of Jan. 13 to Jan. 19 including the Friends of the Brentwood Library, Pizza and Pages and Medicare Made Simple.
The Goodwill Career Solutions Center in Nashville will host a job fair on Tuesday with employers hoping to fill 400 jobs in Middle Tennessee.
What if you were told that there was a way to look and feel younger, make friends and live longer? That there was an amazing method that has been proven to make you smarter, less stressed and all around happier? That, just by doing this simple thing one day a week, you can change your life i…
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.
Are you looking for an opportunity to sing in an inviting and friendly atmosphere? Then consider participating in Williamson County Park and Recreation’s acclaimed Williamson County Community Chorus.
The Friends of the Brentwood Library are hosting their quarterly used book sale from Jan. 17 to 19. featuring a huge variety of books and other media.
GraceWorks is celebrating its quarter-century of service and thanking its thousands of supporters with four special events in 2020.
Many people vow that THIS is the year that they will finally get their book written. They have been repeating the vow since the late ’80s, but this year is different. And what will make this year different? Well, because our aspiring author…
The city of Brentwood held an informational Emerald Ash Borer presentation to educate citizens on the invasive pest that was first discovered in the city limits in 2019.
The Brentwood Photography Group is getting ready for a variety of events in 2020 and looking back at its successful 2019 with the release of a group photo book.
Who knew, as Donald Trump begins the last year of his first term as president, he would be facing impeachment proceedings?
The Brentwood Library is hosting a variety of events for the week of Jan. 6 to Jan. 12 including the first blood drive of the year, an Emerald Ash Borer talk and two space themed programs. Check out the details below.
For January the Friends of the Brentwood Library are showing the work of two artists— paintings by Elizabeth Worrell Braswell and sculptures by Jerry Dillard.
The John P. Holt Brentwood Library will offer a variety of programs for the end of the week, including the Teen Anime Club, Elementary Art classes and Goal Writing.
Turn right now to the obituary section of Williamson Home Page or your local newspaper and if you don’t see your photo and obituary there then I have a message for you. Here is the message: The coming year is one of profound opportunity and thus great responsibility.
The Church at Nolensville, a regional campus of Brentwood Baptist Church, will host a grand opening at its new, permanent location on Sunday, Jan. 5.
The holidays are winding down and it is time to start packing up the decorations, getting back into a more normal daily routine and looking forward to a new year filled with new possibilities. Many have been in a holiday frame of mind since early November and have "decked the halls" both ins…
The Heritage at Brentwood resident Don Russell was a 27-year-old, junior engineer when B.F. Goodrich sent him to “a little dinky” west Texas town to help with its annual high-speed tire-testing assignment. Each year, the company rented a few rooms in Marfa, Texas’ only hotel for its engineers to call home during the two-month testing period.
The John P. Holt Brentwood Library will host exercise events, Bridge Night and more for the week of Dec. 23 through Dec. 29, but the library will be closed on Tuesday and Wednesday for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.
I get an annoying family brag letter every Christmas from a friend. I want to just toss it in the trash without opening the envelope. But I’m afraid I need to be able to comment on at least something from it when I see her.
The John P. Holt Brentwood Library will host two space events for teens and adults in conjunction with their ongoing traveling Exploring Space Exhibit.
The Brentwood Police Department has been busy taking part in community service and fundraising projects during the holiday season with two recent events, Tip a Cop and Shop with a Cop.
One hundred fifty-five years ago, Dec. 17, 1864, an overlooked yet tragic day in Williamson County passed into history, mostly obscured by other events of the time. When the remnants of Confederate General John Hood’s Army of Tennessee headed south after their defeat at Nashville on Dec. 15t…
The WSM Radio Tower on Concord Road has been an icon of Brentwood for decades, but after an April lightning strike left the tower dark, many residents asked what happened to the lights on the tower.
The host of a local morning radio show last week asked listeners to call and give their opinions as to what this decade, that is coming to an end, will be remembered for.