Downtown Franklin Association Announces New Committee Slate

Franklin Juice Bar Franchise Owner Jason Collins Fills Open Spot The Downtown Franklin Association (DFA), an organization of more than 170 local business owners committed to historic preservation and economic vitality, has added new Board members. As the organization for Franklin’s accredited Main Street Program — and a subsidiary of the Heritage Foundation of Franklin…

Christine Karbowiak of Bridgestone Americas speaks at Young Leaders Council Fall Leadership Luncheon on Oct. 21

Christine Karbowiak   Young Leaders Council presents guest speaker Christine Karbowiak, cheif administrative officer, cheif risk officer and executive vice president of Bridgestone Americas, at the Fall Leadership Luncheon on Friday, October 21, from 11:00a.m.-1:00p.m., at the Omni Nashville Hotel, located at 250 5th Avenue South. There is a $50 charge per person for the…

Walkability Audit Checklist deadline extended until Oct. 5 for return of neighborhood surveys

  As part of the recent Mobility Week in partnership with Williamson Inc., Franklin Tomorrow announced an effort to conduct walkability audits of neighborhoods in the City of Franklin and assemble that information in a report to the City of Franklin. Franklin City Administrator Eric Stuckey said of the effort, “The Capital Invest Priorities include…

Mobility Week Is Over. What’s Next?

By Matt Largen, Williamson, Inc. President & CEO Williamson, Inc. is an initiative-driven organization charged with developing Williamson County’s economy in a strategic way.  Williamson County, you might have heard, is rapidly growing.  In fact, our job growth leads the nation, with a nearly 8 percent growth year over year and headquarter jobs growing nearly 12…

Cyclebar Franklin celebrates Chamber Day

Cyclebar Franklin is excited to be a part of the Franklin Fitness Community and a part of the Williamson County Chamber of Commerce. Cyclebar is a premium indoor cycling experience offering concierge-level service, premium amenities and a low-impact/high-intensity cycling experience for all ages, body types, and fitness abilities. We would like to invite all Chamber…

Mobility Week kicks off with new ride-sharing pilot program

September 12, 2016 Brentwood Home Page by Emily West In efforts to keep cars in the driveway, both the Franklin Special School District and the Franklin Transit Authority will work together on a new carpooling program this fall. Right now, nearly 24,000 kids between Williamson County and the Franklin Special School District ride the bus each…