Highwoods to develop $96M Mars Petcare HQ

February 28, 2017 Nashville Post Highwoods Properties announced Tuesday a third-quarter groundbreaking at Ovation in Cool Springs on a $96 million headquarters for Mars Petcare. Highwoods, which is based in Raleigh and has a Nashville office, will develop two connected LEED-Gold certified office buildings (with a collective 224,000 square feet) and structured parking, according to…

March 13 FrankTalks to take deep data dive into citizens’ survey results in ‘City Hall on Wheels’

  Franklin Tomorrow’s 2017 FrankTalks lecture series will continue Monday, March 13, at the new Williamson County Enrichment Center on Columbia Avenue, next to the Williamson County Public Library, in Franklin. Franklin City Administrator Eric Stuckey will bring the “City Hall on Wheels” to the monthly event, which will begin at 9 a.m. with a…

Mars Petcare announces U.S. headquarters move to Ovation in 2019

Highwoods to Develop U.S. Headquarters for Mars Petcare  in Nashville Area $96 Million Total Highwoods Investment at Ovation in Franklin _________________________________________ Raleigh, NC – February 28, 2017 – Mars Petcare, one of the world’s leading pet care providers, has selected Highwoods to develop its U.S. headquarters at Ovation in the Cool Springs district of Franklin,…

Friends of Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt announces Sunday with Friends

  Families are invited to join Friends of Monroe Carell Jr. Hospital at Vanderbilt and Belk at Cool Springs Galleria for an afternoon of fun to support Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt.  Themed “Passport to Spring Break” the afternoon will include various activities for the whole family sponsored by Belk. Participants will have…

Ad space now on sale for 2017-2018 Livability: Williamson County, Tennessee

  Livability: Williamson County, Tennessee is an annual lifestyle magazine featuring the best of what Williamson County has to offer, with information on shopping and retail businesses, real estate, restaurants, education, arts and culture, music, sports and recreation, and family fun. The publication is a great way to promote your business to newcomers, relocation prospects, residents…

Habitat Williamson-Maury kicks off its 2017 Women Build at the Drury Plaza Hotel

Habitat seeks volunteers for its 2017 Women Build   This spring more than 10,000 women will volunteer at Habitat for Humanity construction sites across the country in recognition of National Women Build Week. Now in its ninth year, Habitat’s National Women Build empowers women to take the hammer and the lead to help local families…

30,000-square-foot indoor soccer complex approved for Nolensville

February 14, 2017 Brentwood Home Page by Landon Woodroof A site plan for a 30,000-square-foot indoor soccer complex in Nolensville was approved Tuesday night at the city’s Planning Commission meeting. The complex would be built at the end of Haley Industrial Drive on the north side of town, and would be the first privately owned…

Franklin leaders back Gov. Haslam plan for transportation funding

February 14, 2017 Franklin Home Page by Emily West Franklin leaders took a stand of solidarity with Gov. Bill Haslam on Tuesday night, voting unanimously to stand behind his multi-million package to improve transportation. Sitting in a board room he once did as mayor, Tennessee Department of Transportation Commission John Schroer went over the mechanisms…

Williamson acquires land for new Brentwood schools

February 14, 2017 Brentwood Home Page by David Walsh Williamson County Schools announced Monday night that it purchased land for its next newest school. At the Williamson County Commission meeting, Superintendent Dr. Mike Looney told the board about the purchase at 9714 Split Log Road in Brentwood. The 85-acre property will be the home to…