Brentwood senior Coleman Bryant missed the state bowling tournament by a single pin last season. This year, he was just one game away from bowling for Williamson County’s first state title since 2015 in the TSSAA Division I State Bowling Championships.
Recently, the Brentwood Fire and Rescue Department has seen a dramatic increase in the number of people surviving cardiac arrests due to three primary factors: new hypothermia protocols, increased public access to Automatic Electronic Defibrillators (AEDs) and initiation of bystander cardiop…
Seniors Madi Majors of Brentwood and Jacob Gifford of Page have been selected as the latest John Maher Builders Scholar-Athletes of the 2019-20 school year.
Two of Middle Tennessee’s real estate giants, Parks Realty and Village Real Estate, have combined into one, creating the largest residential real estate agency in the state.
Brentwood senior Delaney Trushel and Franklin junior Reed Kemp were both named Gateway Tire Athletes of the Week for their performances the week of Jan. 13-19.
The Page boys basketball team had a huge break through Tuesday at Centennial, finally winning a tight District 11-AAA contest by edging the Cougars 52-50.
With the postseason looming, the Fairview wrestling team picked up three wins Tuesday at Nolensville, including taking down Class A-AA rival and host Knights as well as Class AAA Brentwood.
For the fourth year in a row, the visiting team spoiled the home team’s senior night on Thursday when the Brentwood wrestling team battled past Centennial in Franklin.
At the regular Brentwood City Commission meeting on Tuesday, the Brentwood City Commission voted to approve park guidelines to make it easier for Brentwood residents to reserve park shelters.
Franklin junior Annalise Dodson and Brentwood junior John Windley were both recognized as the Gateway Tire Athletes of the Week for their performances the week of Jan. 6-12.
After years of planning and months of site work preparation, the Brentwood Police Department’s new headquarters will soon start to take shape.
The Independence basketball teams claimed a District 11-AAA sweep at Spring Hill Tuesday night.
Several District 12-AAA standouts and a pair of Nolensville players highlighted Williamson County’s representation in the Tennessee Sports Writers Association All-State teams, released Tuesday.
The Friends of the Brentwood Library will hold their first quarterly book sale of the year at the John P. Holt Brentwood Library from Friday, Jan. 17-Sunday, Jan. 19.
The revived Franklin Rebel Invitational wrestling tournament made its return to Franklin High School over the weekend and featured more than two dozen schools in a boys and girls showcase.
Five Williamson County runners were named to the All-State Cross Country teams released by the Tennessee Sports Writers Association this week.