100+ Women Who Care of Williamson County Celebrates Gilda’s Club Middle Tennessee with $10,000 in Donations

NASHVILLE, TENN. – May 20, 2019 – 100+ Women Who Care of Williamson County, one of Middle Tennessee’s newest philanthropic organizations, boasts a unique giving model: 100+ women come together quarterly for one hour. They spend this time learning about three local nonprofits. At the end of the hour, they vote for their favorite. The…

South Corridor Study Drop-In Centers

Williamson, Inc. is serving as a drop-in center, open to the public during regular business hours, for visitors to ask questions, obtain study materials, and provide comments pertaining to the South Corridor Study, led by the Greater Nashville Regional Council (GNRC). This study will help turn recent transportation plans into shovel ready projects that can…

Heritage Foundation Unveils Logo for Franklin Grove Project

During the Heritage Foundation Preservation Awards at the Franklin Theatre on Tuesday evening, the foundation released more information regarding their newest project with the former O’More College of Design which is now called Franklin Grove Estates and Gardens. Franklin Grove logo and initial property concepts on the property were unveiled. Many local firms were involved in the…

Preservation Hits a High Note at Heritage Foundation Annual Awards

In making his acceptance speech after being honored with the Mary Pearce Legacy Award during the Heritage Foundation’s annual meeting and preservation awards ceremony at the Franklin Theatre Tuesday night, longtime preservationist Ed Silva may have best summed up what the 52-year-old nonprofit is all about. The honorary award recognizes individuals who have demonstrated years…

Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee to Hold Open House

  The Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee’s 121,252 square foot facility was designed as a destination for orthopaedic excellence. The new facility will include physician offices, physical and occupational therapy, outpatient imaging services and an outpatient surgery center all under one roof to better serve patients. What: The Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee in…

County’s Homeless Alliance takes more steps toward Building a Permanent Shelter in Franklin

Pastor Kevin Riggs of Franklin Community Church said Friday that the effort to build a permanent homeless shelter in Franklin took critical steps forward after he had met with three different groups of people who are interested in being major sponsors and donors for the project. In a newsletter sent to those who have signed…

Franklin Church to Host City’s First Year-Round Emergency Homeless Shelter

A Franklin church will open its doors to people experiencing homelessness when it launches the city’s first year-round emergency shelter later this year. The Williamson County Homeless Alliance, a group of pastors and city leaders that formed earlier this year, announced Friday that Franklin First United Methodist Church will provide emergency shelter any time the…