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For those looking forward to Beerfest happening in the next couple of weeks, they will have to hold off their excitement until May.
The 2016 Antiques and Garden Show of Nashville kicked off Thursday night with a preview party at the Music City Center and continues through Sunday.
On Thursday, the center hosted an open house to reach out to the community and let them know what the needs of the center are as it grows and changes.
With the recent approval and handover of the Carter Hill Battlefield Park property, signage and walking trails within the new acreage will become implemented in 2016.
Franklin Police Department officers are continuing to look for the identity of a man wanted in a series of spare tire and license plate thefts.
Battle Ground Academy sixth grader Graci Semptimphelter is one of only two students in Tennessee to receive The Prudential Spirit of Community Award.
Citizens for Brentwood Green Space made a payment of $21,000 to the City of Brentwood on Monday night for amenities at Marcella Vivrette Smith Park.
Rick Wimberly introduced a resolution at Thursday night's work session to address discomfort among teachers who are afraid to speak out.
Williamson County School Board members heard a resolution Thursday night urging lawmakers to prevent TNReady data to be used for teacher ratings.
Third place in District 11-AAA was on the line Friday as the Ravenwood Raptors traveled to Summit.
The second seed in District 11-AAA tournament was on the line Friday when the Ravenwood Lady Raptors traveled to Summit to take on the Lady Spartans.
Franklin native Britain Miethe said he was going all in, eventually moving from East Tennessee to Nashville to go at music full time.
A 17-year-old Brentwood High School graduate is currently in Kathmandu, Nepal volunteering for six weeks at an orphanage, and is asking for help funding the construction of a new building.