Williamson County Fair 15th Anniversary to Feature New Entertainment

“The Spoon Man,” XPogo Stunt Team, BMX Trickstars Team confirmed, more to come   2019 promises to be an exciting year for the Williamson County Fair. The event has confirmed several entertainers and new attractions for its 15th Anniversary celebration, including a strolling “Spoon Man” act, a multi-Guinness World Record-holding Pogo stunt team, a new…

Franklin Police Chief to Keynote Women in Business Luncheon in Brentwood

Being a woman in a male-dominated field has its own set of challenges. Franklin Police Chief Deborah Faulkner next week will address those challenges as the keynote speaker for Williamson Inc.’s Women in Business luncheon at Brentwood United Methodist Church. Sponsored by Williamson Medical Center, the luncheon is a place for networking with more than…

Summit Focused on Empolyee Benefits and HR Innovation; Lindsey Pollak to Deliver Keynote

  OneDigital Health and Benefits, the nation’s largest company focused exclusively on employee benefits and HR, is proud to announce its new conference, Virtual FutureCast, a premier digital experience designed to help employers take charge of their business by delivering a holistic approach to managing benefits, HR and technology. The half-day, virtual summit will take place…

Olive Garden Opens in Cool Springs

There was a line of hungry guests at Olive Garden’s door yesterday for its official grand opening in Cool Springs, previously Romano’s Macaroni Grill. Beforehand, Olive Garden team members, Williamson Inc. staff and chamber ambassadors cut the ribbon on one of Williamson County’s newest Italian restaurants. “We’re just excited to open our doors to Williamson…

Annual St. Patrick’s Music City Half Marathon Helped Raise Much Needed Funds for Dogs in Need

Mars Petcare sponsored the 13th Annual Event to benefit PEDIGREE Foundation that helps find loving homes for dogs in need   Mars Petcare hosted the 13th Annual St. Patrick’s Music City Half Marathon, 10K, 5K, and Lucky Dog 1-Mile “Wag ‘n’ Walk” on Saturday, March 16th at Nissan Stadium. More than 1,200 registered for the…

Heritage Foundation Closes on $6 million Purchase of O’More Campus

After raising $6 million in six months, representatives of the Heritage Foundation of Williamson County officially signed the documents Monday to close on the purchase of the 7-acre former O’More College of Design campus. The property is the largest preservation project in the organization’s 52-year history, according to Bari Beasley, executive director of the Heritage…