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After a third Williamson County school was affected this week due to COVID-19, fifth-ranked Brentwood High School was left without an opponent on the football field for the second week in a row.
As Thai Esane’s Music Row location celebrates its first anniversary, owner and chef Nina Singto has announced plans to expand to Williamson County.
Franklin High School’s Brenna Swiger and Page’s Jake McNamara were chosen as the latest Gateway Tire Athletes of the Week for the week ending Sept. 27.
A crucial Region 6-6A high school football game is among the athletic contests forced to be rescheduled after Independence High School has closed due to COVID-19 protocols.
DICKSON – Both Ravenwood High School golf teams overcame the rugged weather conditions Monday to capture the Large Schools Region 6 team titles and earn state tournament berths during a long day at GreyStone Golf Club.
NASHVILLE – It took five sets for just the second time this season, but the Battle Ground Academy volleyball closed the regular season unbeaten in Division II-A District 3 Middle Region play with a win Friday at Christ Presbyterian Academy.
The Nolensville High School volleyball team stretched their District 9-AA win streak over the past two seasons to 26 consecutive matches after a sweep of Murfreesboro Central Magnet Thursday.
The top high school football team in the nation will make a stop in Williamson County to highlight a busy Week 6 slate for the county’s Region 6-6A teams.
The local football showdown scheduled for Friday at Christ Presbyterian Academy against Brentwood High School was canceled Thursday night due to positive COVID-19 cases at CPA.
Destiny Cherry recorded a match-best 19 kills and four Lady Spartans reached double-figures in digs as the Summit High School volleyball team captured a five-set District 12-AAA win at Ravenwood Tuesday.
Stringing together a consistent match the full 80 minutes has been the focus this month for the Ravenwood High School girls soccer team. Unfortunately, just getting to play has been a struggle for the defending Class AAA state champions due to weather woes and COVID-19 issues with opponents.
The Brentwood Police Department has released additional information on the fire that occurred Sept. 12 at a home on Brunswick Drive in the Bonbrook neighborhood.
Friends and family came out Saturday to surprise and show their love for Brentwood resident and beloved community member Marilyn Nevens, who turned 96 on Sept. 19.
A four-week series of informational webinars hosted by The Heritage at Brentwood and targeted to those interested in retirement planning and aging issues will begin Thursday, Sept. 24, with senior living expert Brad Breeding.
Brentwood High School Principal Kevin Keidel and Williamson County Schools leaders addressed a "disturbing" and "heartbreaking" photo of a Brentwood High student circulating social media Thursday.
The Brentwood Police Department will move into a newly constructed facility in the spring of 2021, and an entire room on the first floor will house a state-of-the-art firearm training simulator system.
For the past several years the state’s top volleyball teams and those from surrounding states have descended upon Franklin for a massive tournament at the TOA Sports Performance Center, formerly known as the A-Game Sportsplex.
Maybe it’s the recent history or the current rankings. It could be the current climate and potential implications further down the road. And maybe it’s just one of those big-time bragging rights kind of games.
Kennedy Price recorded four goals and the Battle Ground Academy girls soccer team raced past Providence Christian Academy 7-0 in a Division II-A Middle Region District 3 win on the road Tuesday in Murfreesboro.
Brentwood city commissioners recognized several members of the Brentwood Fire and Rescue Department for professional accomplishments at their Sept. 14 commission meeting.
A handful of former Williamson County football standouts kicked off the NFL season this week, including a couple big debuts from Ravenwood High School graduate Van Jefferson and Centennial High School grad Tyrel Dodson.