Entertainment business snags hot spot for rising industry in Williamson County

By Jodi Rall for the Williamson Herald The Business of Entertainment, the topic at the monthly Williamson, Inc. meeting at the Cool Springs Marriot, highlighted the impact that the entertainment industry is making on Williamson County. More than 2,200 people in Williamson County work in entertainment, an industry that has grown significantly since 2002. The…

Belmont Acquires O’More College of Design

University to elevate fashion, interior design programs with addition of Franklin-based school AUTHORS Staff Reports Source: Nashville Post Belmont University is slated to assume control of Franklin-based O’More School of Design later this year. The looming move, which was first reported by The Tennessean and will involve no money changing hands, will result in the ceasing of operations…

Williamson County to raise sales tax after unprecedented single-issue election

Posted by Brooke Wanser Date: February 06, 2018 On Tuesday evening, ballots were counted as citizens in Williamson County voted overwhelmingly in favor of a measure that will increase the county sales tax to fund the construction of new schools. With early voting and 43 polling locations, 8,155 voted for the sales tax increase, while 4,183 voted…

Fast-growing Williamson County gets another option for primary care

January 30, 2018 source: By Joel Stinnett  –  Reporter, Nashville Business Journal Saint Thomas Health wants to meet patients where they are. Increasingly, that’s in Williamson County. Saint Thomas, No. 9 on the Nashville Business Journal’s list of top employers with more than 6,000 area employees, and Saint Thomas Medical Partners held a grand opening for their new care center at…