The City of Brentwood will continue holiday celebrations on Dec. 7 with a Morning with Santa and the Brentwood Luminaries.
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.
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!
The Brentwood City Commission will vote on a proposed name change for the Tower Park Dog Park to honor a late community volunteer.
A small cemetery holding the remains of some of the City of Brentwood’s founders has become a flashpoint in the debate around honoring the history of Brentwood and the future of land use in a community that continues to grow.
The Brentwood Photography Group will host award-winning photographer and educator John Paul Caponigro who will present his lecture The Power Of Color with John Paul Caponigro at Otter Creek Church at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday.
The City of Brentwood continued their long-standing tradition of handing out candy to tricker treaters at City Hall although this year it took place on the morning of Nov. 1 after rain and cold temperatures dampened many Halloween festivities across Middle Tennessee on Thursday.
The time changes this weekend, and it looks like the colors of the trees are finally changing as well as Franklin and the rest of Middle Tennessee brace for what looks to be the first crisp weekend of fall. That should make the happenings all the more festive — both those in the bright of da…
Brentwood’s Maryland Way Greenway Trail phase one is complete bringing new opportunities for travel and leisure to residents just in time for the cooler weather and Fall colors.
Two Men and a Truck Brentwood-Franklin will partner with Kroger to hold their Fill-A-Truck community food drives across three Middle Tennessee locations from Thanksgiving Nov. 20-22.
The Brentwood Environmental Advisory Board met on Monday where they finalized the choice for a logo for the city’s “Refill Reduce Brentwood” campaign to encourage the use of refillable water bottles and promote the city’s two new water bottle filling stations in City Hall.
Gil Hutchison, president of the Citizens for Brentwood Green Space, along with other members of the group, presented the city with an $80,000 check during the city’s October commission meeting.
The Friends of the Brentwood Library were joined by community and government leaders on Thursday evening for the dedication of a bench in the honor of longtime FOBL member Mary Lou Montague who died in 2017.
One by one, the writers from Harpeth River Writers took to the stage at the Legendary Kimbro’s Pickin’ Parlor in Franklin to read from their contributions to the group’s new anthology.
The 2019 Komen Greater Nashville More Than Pink Walk will take place in Brentwood on Oct. 26 to raise awareness of and money for breast cancer research.
International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day (Survivor Day or ISOSLD) is the one day a year when people affected by suicide loss gather in their local communities to find comfort and gain understanding as they share stories of healing and hope.
Talented local seniors from across Middle Tennessee took center stage for the Morning Pointe Foundation’s second annual “Seniors Got Talent” showcase last night at the historic Franklin Theatre in downtown Franklin.
Gateway Chamber Orchestra will host their second concert of the 2019-20 season Masterworks Series, Transfigured Night, on Monday, Nov. 4, at 7:30 p.m.
The Brentwood Police Department will partner with the Drug Enforcement Administration in its National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day on Oct. 26 offering residents the opportunity to dispose of expired, unused or unwanted prescription drugs.
The Friends of the Brentwood Library will gather on Oct. 24 to recognize longtime FOBL member Mary Lou Montague who died in 2017 with the dedication of a bench in her honor.
Noted as the largest fall festival in Middle Tennessee, the Heritage Foundation of Williamson County’s annual Pumpkinfest will be held Saturday in downtown Franklin.
The National Weather Service Nashville has issued a Hazardous Weather Outlook for Williamson County and much of Middle Tennessee for Monday.
Brentwood United Methodist Church at 309 Franklin Road in Brentwood is having a “Blessing of the Animals” on Sunday Oct. 20 from 2-4 p.m. and the Service of Blessing 2:30-2:45 p.m.
The John P. Holt Brentwood Library has a variety of programs for the week of Oct. 21-27 including final 2019 Friends of the Brentwood Library Used Book Sale. Check out the details below.
October is recognized as National Dyslexia Awareness Month and on Saturday, Oct. 19, the John P. Holt Brentwood Library will host the program “What is Dyslexia?” to help people better understand the disorder.
The Rendezvous at Ravenswood, Brentwood’s final 50 year anniversary celebration, will take place on Thursday at Ravenswood Mansion capping off a year of celebratory community events.
STAFF REPORTS The Heritage at Brentwood marked the completion of the final phase of development with a grand opening celebration on Thursday. According to a news release, around 300 people gathered to celebrate and toast the completion of The Heritage at Brentwood’s original master plan. Heritage residents, members of its leadership team, local business and …
STAFF REPORTS The Historic Franklin Masonic Hall Foundation is launching its lecture series “Our America” Thursday, Oct. 17, at 7 p.m. at the Franklin Masonic Hall, focusing on the legacies of Reconstruction. Following the Civil War, Americans faced the challenge of rebuilding a society that was divided by slavery and the upheaval of war. “Our …
By MATT MASTERS First responders from across the county gathered in Brentwood on Saturday for the city’s 9th annual Public Safety Day Festival at the Brentwood Place Shopping Center Visitors met firefighters with the Brentwood Fire and Rescue Department, officers with the Brentwood Police Department, deputies with the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office and paramedics from …
STAFF REPORTS The John P. Holt Brentwood Library has a variety of programs for the week of Sept. 30 – Oct. 6. Check out the details below: Monday A Core Flex & Resistance class will be held on Monday where participants will train for improvements in everyday real-life activities. This specialty class will use hand …
By MATT MASTERS Beth Lothers and Vicky Travis, authors of “Images of America: Nolensville,” spoke about their new book at the LeHew Magid Big House in Franklin on Thursday evening. Lothers, a current Williamson County Commissioner and former mayor of Nolensville, and Travis, a long-time journalist and writer, began the photo-centered history book in 2017, …
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Photo by Terry Wyatt, courtesy of Essential Broadcast Media By ALEXANDER WILLIS Everyone experiences grief – and on the same token, everyone responds to grief differently. For Nashvillian singer-songwriter Morgan Myles, the recent loss of a loved one led to her crafting one of her most emotionally-charged songs yet: “Sanctuary,” which the public got a …