Puckett’s Boat House Welcomes Patio Season with Low Country Boil

Event offers all-you-can-eat seafood, drink specials to benefit Williamson County Animal Center   School’s out for the summer, and Puckett’s Boat House is celebrating with its second-annual Low Country Boil on Monday, June 24 from 5 to 9 p.m. The dog-friendly event, hosted in partnership with the Williamson County Animal Center, will feature all-you-can-eat food, drink…

Former TDOT commissioner: ‘Technology is the answer’ to traffic in Middle Tennessee

Williamson, Inc.’s First Friday event for this month focused on change, featuring former mayor of Franklin and Tennessee Department of Transportation Commissioner John Schroer. While the conversation started as one about changes in career, leadership and family matters, it quickly shifted into a discussion about changes to come in Middle Tennessee transportation. Schroer was brought…

Regional ‘Collaboration’ in Planning, Funding Emerges as Key to Success at Transportation Summit

A theme of regional collaboration and “money speaks” emerged at the annual Williamson Inc. transportation summit as the top ways to find regional traffic solutions and fund those solutions, eventually. According to Spring Hill Mayor Rick Graham, summit keynote speaker Jackie Millet, mayor of Lone Tree, Colorado, delivered a presentation, that mirrors what is occurring…

Williamson County Residents, Leaders Weigh in on Public Transportation Issue

As Middle Tennessee roads experience more and more congestion, the proposed solutions are seemingly endless, but implementing an appropriate fix is no easy task. In acknowledgement of this problem, Williamson, Inc. hosted its Transportation Summit to discuss the South Corridor Study’s quest to engage the community and find a solution to this complex issue. The…

Leadership Franklin Awards College Scholarship to Local Student

  Leadership Franklin presented a $1,500 college scholarship to Williamson County student Amanda Haylett on June 5th. This scholarship is awarded annually to high school seniors or current college students who display their commitment to Williamson County through service and demonstrated community leadership. Applicants are selected based on grade point average, quality of essay, and…

Williamson County Transportation Summit: Cash and Collaboration are Keys to Developing Transit

When it comes to solving regional transportation problems, money does most of the talking. That, in essence, was the primary message put forth by Lone Tree, Colorado Mayor Jackie Millet during the fifth annual Transportation Summit hosted by Williamson Inc. Thursday at the Franklin Marriot Cool Springs. Speaking before a luncheon audience of business leaders,…

The Partnership: Future Leaders of Williamson County can be found at Williamson Inc’s Young Professionals Program

When Chase Harper, 30, first moved to Franklin he had a handful of business connections after previously working in Nashville, but the Mississippi native was still learning the his way around the community. Harper currently works at the TMA Group in Franklin, where he is the business and rideshare services administrator. He has called Franklin…

Nashville Sounds to host “Williamson County Night” at First Tennessee Park

Throughout the 2019 season, the Nashville Sounds will be hosting various Neighborhood and County nights at First Tennessee Park as we recognize everyone who plays a role in Nashville’s growth & label as a destination location. On Tuesday, July 23rd, it will be time to recognize and acknowledge the role Williamson County plays in all…