Download the 2016 Williamson County Trends Report

  The newly-published, award-winning Williamson County Trends Report is now out!  Williamson County continues to be the most dynamic and fastest-growing county in Tennessee. From the changing demographics, the business climate, top performing public school systems, transportation, health, housing, charitable giving, diversity and the workforce, see how Williamson County is growing. Click the image to…

Students honored at Youth Leadership Brentwood graduation

  Parents, mentors, educators and community leaders gathered at the Brentwood Library Feb. 23 to honor 20 stellar students graduate from the Youth Leadership Brentwood program. The graduates consisted of students at Battle Ground Academy, Brentwood High School, Brentwood Academy, Franklin Road Academy, and Ravenwood High School. Each were honored with a certificate of completion…

Columbia State to open Williamson campus May 31

February 11, 2016 The Daily Herald By James Bennett Columbia State Community College’s $46 million Williamson County campus will open to students May 31, with a grand opening celebration planned June 22. More than 20 years after visionary CSCC leaders started asking for funds to build a new Williamson County campus, the first three buildings…

At a glimpse: Williamson County growth means more diverse population and quick home sales

February 15, 2016 Brentwood Home Page by Emily West Data gathered from Williamson County shows residents are generous, more likely to purchase a premium car, mostly healthy, educated, will likely sell their homes quickly if placed on the market and, if they are not from the U.S., are statistically mostly likely to be from India.…

Brentwood Academy to host robotics state tournament

BRENTWOOD ACADEMY TO HOST ROBOTICS STATE QUALIFYING TOURNAMENT   BRENTWOOD, TN—February 10, 2016 – Brentwood Academy will host a regional VEX Robotics qualifying tournament Saturday, February 13. The event, sponsored by TVA, will include more than 30 teams from across the state that will be competing to qualify for the state competition on February 27.…

Williamson Business PAC forms to protect ‘greatest asset’ – public schools

  Source: Williamson Herald By Kerri Bartlett The newly formed Williamson Business Political Action Committee (PAC) launched Wednesday to “protect the county’s greatest economic asset” – its public schools. Williamson, Inc. announced the formation of the business PAC that will focus on supporting Williamson County Schools and school board candidates who meet the PAC’s objectives…

Newly formed Williamson Business PAC will focus on school board

  Source: Franklin Home Page By Emily West Williamson, Inc. announced the formation of the Williamson Business Political Action Committee on Wednesday morning, with initial plans to give to candidates running for the Williamson County School Board in the August election. While Williamson, Inc. has previously taken positions on various state and local issues that…