Almost 50 from Williamson complete summer robotics camps

August 14, 2016 Franklin Home Page by Corey Little Nearly 50 Williamson County students were among a group of budding engineers working with today’s robot technology at Lipscomb University’s BisonBot Robotic Camps, sponsored by Nissan North America. This summer, Lipscomb and Nissan offered six weeks of the popular summer BisonBot Robotics Camps including its WeeBots Robotics camp…

$4 million Nolensville Business Center first phase to break ground soon

August 12, 2016 Brentwood Home Page by Samantha Hearn A more than $4 million, two-building office complex will be developed in Nolensville as Thomas Smith Properties, LLC recently purchased 2 acres on Haley Industrial Drive. Thomas Smith Properties, a full service real estate development and brokerage company, plans to break ground in the next 60 days…

Governor Haslam, Commissioner Boyd Announce Tenneco to Locate New Facility in Spring Hill

Fortune 500 automotive supplier to create up to 200 jobs Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam, Economic and Community Development Commissioner Randy Boyd and Tenneco officials today announced the global manufacturer will open a new facility in Spring Hill and create up to 200 new jobs during the next three years. Tenneco’s new Clean Air manufacturing plant…

Developer says Nolensville has reached “critical mass”

August 10, 2016 Franklin Home Page by Zach Harmuth The Nolensville Planning Commission approved a concept plan on Tuesday night for a $90 million project called Nolensville Market Square. The plan, which is a revised version of one presented to the commission in July, creates a live, work, play mixed-use development behind town hall. Residentially,…