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Do You Know the Constitution Better Than Most Politicians?
Are you smarter than a 7th grade civics student?
Weatherproofing your home against the cold will help protect indoor plumbing against the threat of breaks.
Brentwood High School will add a 15,817-square-foot performing arts center following approval Monday night by the Brentwood Planning Commission.
Even though a recreation center will cost more than expected, the Nolensville Board of Mayor and Aldermen is still throwing their support behind the joint project with Williamson County.
Public safety partners from Williamson County communities met this morning in preparation for the inclement weather being forecasted for our region.
Jennifer Lee, M.D., a Harvard Medical School graduate and faculty member at Harvard and Vanderbilt universities, will open the doors to REN Dermatology today.
Sitting in an immigration office in Memphis earlier this year, Zoila Mojica was being interviewed about her desire to live in the United States.
Small family businesses often have to work overtime when they are competing with big corporations, including those engaged in building houses.
The concert is free, and proceeds from the silent auction held in conjunction goes toward orchestral programming.
Residents of the Girls Ranch in Williamson County gathered for a reunion after about 3 decades.
Soon, hopeful authors can send their best pitch to Williamson County Public Library for a chance to be published.
It was during the midst of a tumultuous tour in Vietnam that Ron Shuff decided he would pursue a career in music once he landed back on American soil.
For the first time in years, Franklin and Brentwood will have their own eyes and ears at the Capitol when the General Assembly convenes in January.
Now you can participate in a book group wherever you have access to your Twitter account.
As I alluded to in an earlier column, now that Thanksgiving is over, we are past the Thanks part and into the giving section.
Some Franklin High School seniors are turning their knowledge of the Cold War into a special event for the community with a retrospective symposium Thursday night at the school.
The newly upgraded wellness center at the Indoor Sports Complex, 920 Heritage Way in Brentwood, is now open.