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The Friends of the Brentwood Library book sale returns Wednesday, July 8 through Sunday, July 12 for a special summer sale at the John P. Holt Brentwood Library.
Sunset Road in Brentwood will be closed from the Ragsdale Road intersection north to Colonel Winstead Drive on Monday, July 6 beginning around 5:30 a.m. until as late as 8 p.m. as part of the road’s widening project.
Tennessee’s rural county health departments continue providing traditional services and are taking every precaution to keep patients, clients and staff members safe from COVID-19. In addition to routine services, Tennessee Department of Health county health departments offer COVID-19 testing…
Luke Olson of Franklin was recently awarded a $1,000 Publix Super Markets Scholarship Award from the Tennessee Grocers Education Foundation. Olson is employed by Publix Supermarkets, a TGCSA member company.
Camp Invention, a nationally-recognized, nonprofit summer enrichment camp program, is coming to Battle Creek Middle School in Spring Hill the week of July 13.
The Williamson Medical Center (WMC) continues to monitor the COVID-19 pandemic and deploy strategies in response to the changing situation. We are currently tracking closely with the state in the reported increase of COVID-19 positive tests and hospitalizations. This increase follows a six w…
At its regular Monday, June 22 meeting, the Brentwood City Commission adopted a balanced budget for fiscal year 2021 with net expenditures for all funds totaling $92,183,930.
The TSSAA Board of control met Wednesday morning in an online meeting to discuss the status of high school athletics after Gov. Bill Lee’s latest COVID-19 emergency order extension to Aug. 29.
Renowned Williamson County Historian Rick Warwick will present the second lecture in a year-long Warwick Lecture Series hosted by the Heritage Foundation of Williamson County on Tuesday, July 7 from 5:30-7 p.m.
The long-awaited Vui’s Kitchen opened the doors Thursday to its fourth Middle Tennessee location, on Liberty Pike in Franklin, allowing the Williamson County community to enjoy its fresh, healthy Vietnamese dishes without having to trek up to Nashville.
Kim Helper, 21st District attorney general and a Franklin resident, has been elected by fellow members of the Tennessee District Attorneys General Conference (TNDAGC) to serve on the organization’s executive committee.
The TSSAA announced on Tuesday in a memo to member schools that in accordance with Gov. Bill Lee’s latest COVID-19 emergency order, high school athletics will also be directly affected.
Delvin Farms is a well-known, family-owned farm in Arrington that sells their produce at the Franklin Farmers Market, but they’ve also expanded their storefront across from Arrington Vineyards where you can shop during the week for fresh veggies, produce and more.
After one season, Centennial boys’ basketball coach Tyler Hickman is trading one set of Cougars for another this coming season. He accepted the boys’ coaching position at Clarksville Academy last week and will also serve as the school’s new chief financial officer.
Nashville-based commercial real estate brokerage, development and design firm Southeast Venture has announced Don Alexander has joined the development division as a project manager.