30th anniversary edition of ‘Livability: Williamson County, TN’ magazine is now available!

  Williamson, Inc. Releases 30th Anniversary Edition of Livability: Williamson County, TN Magazine promotes county to newcomers, visitors and businesses   Williamson, Inc., the chamber of commerce and office of economic development for Williamson County, recently unveiled Livability: Williamson County, TN 2016­17, the 30th anniversary edition of its print and digital magazine that promotes the…

New regional transit plan pitches bus-rapid transit for Williamson

August 17, 2016 Franklin Home Page by Emily West   Williamson County and Franklin have scarce references in a newly released transit study for the Nashville region, but Franklin’s mayor has a positive outlook on the plan. The Nashville Metro Transit Authority and Regional Transit Authority worked closely with local municipalities and the Tennessee Department of…

Local towns at top of safest in Tennessee list

August 15, 2016 Franklin Home Page by Corey Little Brentwood, Spring Hill, Nolensville, Fairview and Franklin all were at the top of a new list of Tennesee’s safest cities. A financial services web site called CreditDonkey used the FBI’s Uniform Crime Report data for 2014 to help formulate the rankings. The study is based violent and…

Almost 50 from Williamson complete summer robotics camps

August 14, 2016 Franklin Home Page by Corey Little Nearly 50 Williamson County students were among a group of budding engineers working with today’s robot technology at Lipscomb University’s BisonBot Robotic Camps, sponsored by Nissan North America. This summer, Lipscomb and Nissan offered six weeks of the popular summer BisonBot Robotics Camps including its WeeBots Robotics camp…

UT Leadership & Supervision Program offering fall courses

The University of Tennessee Center for Industrial Services’ Leadership & Supervision Program is perfect for those about to move into a leadership role or current managers wishing to hone their skills. This program allows participants to learn to be effective leaders and to be able to explore leadership and management on-the-job. Courses will be taught…

Williamson County Schools celebrates completion of new $73 million Nolensville schools

July 24, 2016 Brentwood Home Page by Quint Qualls Hundreds of parents and students got their first look at Nolensville’s new elementary, middle and high schools on Sunday, joining with county staff and officials to mark the occasion with back-to-back ribbon cuttings. The ceremony in the auditorium of Nolensville High School represented the single largest…