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Elaine Anne Lewis (née Zawadzki), age 78, died peacefully surrounded by family at her home on January 13, 2021 in Franklin. She was born Dec. 24, 1942, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to Stanley C. and Anna O. Zawadzki.
The Brentwood Historic Commission held its regularly scheduled meeting Friday and discussed the possible demolition of one of the area’s most historic homes.
From children and adults virtual programming to valuable classes for college funding, gentle yoga for health and an in-person blood drive, there is something for everyone over the next week at the John P. Holt Brentwood Library.
BRENTWOOD – Thursday marked the official end of an era at Brentwood High School. Legendary volleyball coach Barbara Campbell has resigned from her position after 33 years as the Lady Bruins head coach.
The Heritage at Brentwood, managed by Life Care Services®, an LCS® company, announced that its management company ranked highest in customer satisfaction with independent senior living communities for two years in a row in the J.D. Power 2020 U.S. Senior Living Study.
The Brentwood High School and Page High wrestling teams collected dual wins in a pair of all-Williamson County battles Tuesday.
Griffin Burke scored 13 and the Brentwood High School boys basketball team collected a District 11-AAA victory in a defensive battle Tuesday in Brentwood.
The Brentwood City Commission met virtually Tuesday evening to discuss the first reading of a rezoning request of 156 acres at 9828 Split Log Road.
The Brentwood High School Lady Bruins turned to Amelia Osgood for a game-winner on Friday, Jan. 8, 2021 at Ravenwood High School. The senior scored as time expired to lift Brentwood to a 66-64 overtime District 11-AAA victory.
The Brentwood High School basketball teams edged Ravenwood in a pair of narrow District 11-AAA contests on Friday, Jan. 8, 2021 at Ravenwood. The Lady Bruins claimed a 66-64 win in overtime, while the Brentwood boys clinched a 50-47 victory.
The Ravenwood High School wrestling team hosted three teams Thursday night in Brentwood and picked up three victories, including a narrow 39-36 win over Page.
A pair of Williamson County senior basketball players were selected as the first Gateway Tire Athletes of the Week for the New Year.
The Franklin High School wrestling team picked up a pair of wins on Tuesday against visiting Ravenwood and Dickson County.
FRANKLIN – A fast start for the girls and an aggressive, more physical approach for the boys both led to victories for the Page High School basketball teams on Tuesday in Rudderville.
The Brentwood and Nolensville High School volleyball teams each had three players honored as Tennessee Sports Writers Association All-State honorees as announced this week.
NASHVILLE – As if winning their first nine games wasn’t enough proof that the Brentwood Academy boys basketball team is a contender, the Eagles made another statement Wednesday.
This past year wreaked havoc, that’s for sure. It was a painful one for so many, both globally and within Williamson County. But in addition to and sometimes because of the tragedies that occurred, area residents also saw rays of hope.
The Tennessee Sports Writers Association rolled out its high school football All-State teams for the 2020 season this week and 11 Williamson County players from Division I schools were represented, including four Brentwood seniors.
NASHVILLE – The NXT LVL Hoopfest at Christ Presbyterian Academy featured a couple tight finishes as well as a blowout win from the home-standing Lions boys basketball team on Monday.