Songwriters Night Benefiting Combat Injured Heroes Across Middle Tennessee

  Join us May 4th starting at 6:30 p.m. for our JCS Nashville Songwriters Night at Arrington Vineyards featuring Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame performer, Richard Leigh. Dinner will be provided by Taziki’s Mediterranean Cafe and complimentary wine throughout the evening. Tickets are $75 with proceeds going to combat injured heroes of Middle Tennessee. Donations…

Economic Report Findings Highlight Upcoming Breakfast with the Mayors

Though the next Breakfast with the Mayors will feature only one mayor on site and another by video, Franklin Tomorrow’s quarterly gathering on April 30 promises to be packed with pertinent information, including a study on population growth and its effect on the economy. Coffee and breakfast, courtesy of Community Coffee and Puckett’s Grocery &…

Williamson, Inc. to Relocate to McEwen Northside this Fall

Wiliamson Inc., the Williamson County area chamber of commerce, will relocate from its existing location at 5005 Meridian Boulevard, Ste. 150, Franklin to a new office in McEwen Northside, a 45-acre mixed use property located near Mallory Lane and McEwen Drive in Cool Springs. McEwen Northside will also feature retail, office space, a hotel and multi-family…

Outlook Williamson Event Highlights Real Estate Opportunities

Williamson County has cemented itself as a leading example in Tennessee of what relocating companies look for. The county has mastered that trifecta: a high quality of life, strong education system and thriving economic development. With more than a dozen corporate headquarters including Nissan North America, Schneider Electric, Mars Petcare and Tractor Supply, the top…

Williamson County Businesses Report Confidence about the Economy, but seek Solutions to Transportation and Housing

Williamson County businesses are feeling confident about the county’s economy, but are still looking for solutions to affordable housing and transportation. Williamson Inc. presented results from a survey of chamber members on Wednesday morning at its annual economic summit Outlook Williamson. The chamber of commerce collected more than 800 responses to the survey between February…

Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee Names New Rehabilitation Director

  The Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee has named a new director to lead physical and occupational rehabilitation services located in its new, state-of-the-art orthopaedic facility slated for opening on Monday, April 29. According to Dr. John Klekamp, orthopaedic surgeon and president of Bone and Joint Institute, Dave Kempfert, MSPT brings more than 16…

Franklin Considers Housing Options as Area Prices Rise

A new idea for housing incentives in the city of Franklin could bring a more diverse mix of housing prices to the area, which could relieve workforce and transportation woes for residents and employees in Williamson County. Officials with the Franklin Housing Commission brought a proposal to incentivize workforce housing—single-family units costing no more than…

Market Research Presented at Outlook Williamson is Available Online

Market research about the county’s economic prospects will now be available online through the Williamson County chamber of commerce. Williamson Inc. will present the research on Wednesday morning at Outlook Williamson, the chamber’s annual economic summit. More than 400 people have already registered for Outlook Williamson, but participants still can register on the day of the event. Outlook…