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…

Sold: Heritage Foundation Closes on O’More Campus in Franklin

FRANKLIN –– The Heritage Foundation of Williamson County announced Monday the closing on the O’More campus property. The group raised $6 million to purchase the land from Belmont University after it bought out the local design college. “The purchase of this campus is a tremendous accomplishment, being that it is the largest preservation project in the 52-year…

Heritage Foundation Closes on Former O’More Campus

On Monday, it marks a big milestone for the city of Franklin and the Heritage Foundation of Williamson County, TN.  The Heritage Foundation officially took ownership of the former campus of O’More College of Design at 423 S. Margin Street in historic downtown Franklin. In a press conference at the property, the Foundation’s board of directors, advisory…

Hoss’ Loaded Burgers Brings its Cheesy Creations to Spiffy, New Nolensville Location

Dallas Shaw, owner of Hoss’ Loaded Burgers, the popular food truck turned brick-and-mortar restaurant, strategically peeled off a forgotten strip of tape left on the wall after a fresh paint job at the burger joint’s new location in Nolensville. He then polished a scuff mark from the shiny, marble-swirl-patterned concrete floor, a scuff unbeknownst to…

Commercial Development Swells Following Population Growth in Nolensville

After years of population growth, Nolensville is finally seeing an influx of commercial development. Nolensville Mayor Jimmy Alexander outlined some of the major projects that are in the pipeline at an event for the business community in Nolensville hosted by Williamson Inc. on Thursday. “We see new subdivisions and people coming to our town on…

Alive’s New Franklin Office to Include Nonprofit’s ‘Closer to Home’ Strategy

Despite a morning of heavy rains, approximately 80 people turned out Wednesday for the grand opening ceremony for Alive’s new office in Franklin. As the only nonprofit provider of hospice care and end-of-life services for Middle Tennessee, Alive can now better serve Williamson County, where it has been caring for families in their homes for…