Airport adds nonstop service to Raleigh via Delta

February 13, 2017 Nashville Post Nashville International Airport officials announced Monday Delta Air Lines will begin twice daily nonstop service to Raleigh, with service to begin June 12. Tickets are on sale now, according to a release. BNA also offers three daily flights to Raleigh via Southwest Airlines. Today’s announcement follows Delta’s announcement in mid-January…

Brentwood Academy students devote day for serving the community

As part of the twice-yearly Joe Campbell Service Day, the entire Brentwood Academy student body (788 students), along with the faculty, spread out across the community to serve various ways. Under the direction of Spiritual Life Director Rian Berger, students did volunteer work at numerous nonprofits including Graceworks, Mercy Ministries, Second Harvest Food Bank, The…

CALL FOR ARTISTS! Kids Art Festival of Tennessee

Juried Art Exhibit, Hand-Crafted Art Sale, Stage Performances, & Art Stops The third annual Kids Art Festival of Tennessee is brought to you by the City of Franklin Parks and the Williamson County Cultural Arts Commission. The Kids Art Festival of Tennessee is calling all elementary, middle, and high school artists, dancers, musicians, vocalists, thespians,…

NAWBO Business University series to GROW and FUND enterprises

Nashville Entrepreneurs Share Strategies for Business Success in 2017   The National Association of Women Business Owners, Nashville Chapter, the premiere organization for women business owners to connect, announces its two-part education series, NAWBO Business University (NBU), with the themes GROW and FUND. NBU is a half-day session designed to help women entrepreneurs learn best practices to scale…

Schools ‘drive everything,’ Chamber CEO insists

January 23, 2017 Franklin Home Page by Zach Harmuth Put plainly, without its school systems’ success, Williamson County would lose its primary economic asset. At a breakfast hosted Monday by the Education Foundation for Williamson County at Puckett’s in downtown Franklin, CEO of Williamson, Inc. Matt Largen spoke about the importance of education in the…

Strings & Stories: An intimate night of songwriters’ tales

Green’s Grocery in Leipers Fork will hold the 7th Annual Strings & Stories: An Intimate Night of Songwriters’ Tales on Saturday, February 25th with acclaimed songwriter and Nashvillian Barry Dean as the host and headliner. Singer-songwriters belong on the stage sharing their craft, and that is exactly where you will find Dean and Friends as they share…

Tennessee Foreign Language Institute is coming to Cool Springs!

French and Spanish language courses to be offered at Williamson, Inc. starting this month   Tennessee Foreign Language Institute (TFLI) is bringing their popular, researched-backed Spanish and French classes to the Williamson, Inc. premises this spring! Join us for Beginner French (Thursdays, 4-6 pm) or Beginner Spanish (Thursdays, 6:30 to 8:30 pm)! Classes are open…

Jobs, homes, infrastructure: Spring Hill notes 2016 milestones

January 1, 2017 Brentwood Home Page by Zach Harmuth The city of Spring Hill released a list of some of its biggest projects completed in 2016 last week. “Hundreds of new jobs were added; a significantly higher population was officially counted; city awards were won; a towering 1.5-million-gallon water tank was completed; and one of…