Brentwood YMCA to expand and more Nashville-area news

The YMCA is in the process of listing the 17-acre Maryland Farms property for sale. Proceeds from the sale will be used to complete a multimillion-dollar renovation to the Brentwood YMCA. (Courtesy YMCA of Middle Tennessee)
The YMCA is in the process of listing the 17-acre Maryland Farms property for sale. Proceeds from the sale will be used to complete a multimillion-dollar renovation to the Brentwood YMCA. (Courtesy YMCA of Middle Tennessee)

The YMCA is in the process of listing the 17-acre Maryland Farms property for sale. Proceeds from the sale will be used to complete a multimillion-dollar renovation to the Brentwood YMCA. (Courtesy YMCA of Middle Tennessee)

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Maryland Farms YMCA to close; Brentwood YMCA to expand

The YMCA of Middle Tennessee has announced plans to close the Maryland Farms YMCA on Maryland Way and merge its operations with the Brentwood YMCA on Concord Road, thus creating one regional location.

Pies by Gigi to open Aug. 31 in Brentwood

Owner Gigi Butler will open Pies by Gigi on Aug. 31 at 330 Franklin Road, Ste. 906D, Brentwood, according to an announcement from the company.



The Boilery Seafood & Grill now open in Cool Springs

The Boilery Seafood & Grill opened in July at 545 Cool Springs Blvd., Ste. 195, Franklin.

The eatery offers fresh seafood dishes, including crab, shrimp, crawfish lobster and crab as well as burgers, steak, fish and sandwiches.

2021 dates announced for Pumpkinfest, Main Street Festival, Dickens of a Christmas and more

After announcing that all events in 2020 would be canceled, the Heritage Foundation of Williamson County announced Aug. 30 it is already working to plan events for 2021.

Active coronavirus cases decline 17% in Williamson County in August; city officials continue to urge mask-wearing

With the latest totals now available from the Tennessee Department of Health for the full month of August, data from Aug. 1-31 shows the number of active coronavirus cases in Williamson County has declined by 17.7% in one month.

Wendy Sturges contributed to this report.