City of Franklin announces second public involvement meeting for Columbia Avenue Widening & Improvement Project

  The City of Franklin invites all users, corridor tenants and interested citizens to attend its second public involvement meeting for the Columbia Avenue (State Route 6 and U.S. Route 31) Widening & Improvements Project on Tuesday, January 31, 2017. The meeting is scheduled for 6  to 8 p.m. at City Hall, located at 109 3rd…

Franklin-based Event Producer to speak at World’s Largest Special Events Conference

Industry Executive Tresa Halbrooks is Slated to Present at The Special Event Annual Conference in Long Beach, CA   Sports and entertainment executive Tresa Halbrooks, is slated to present during The Special Event conference on Tuesday, January 10th. The annual special events conference and trade-show, the largest in the world, is held at different locations…

Southwest adds nonstop Minneapolis flight via BNA

January 5, 2017 Nashville Post Nashville International Airport (BNA) announced Thursday that Southwest Airlines will begin daily nonstop service to Minneapolis and will add an additional flight to Dallas (now five times daily), San Antonio (three times daily) and St. Louis (three times daily). The airline will also add a Saturday flight to Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood…

Funk Seoul Brother opens in The Factory

January 4, 2017 Brentwood Home Page by Donna Vissman Food truck-turned-restaurant, Funk Seoul Brother, has opened their second brick and mortar location in The Factory at Franklin. Funk Seoul Brother has become a popular eatery in the Nashville and Franklin area; Thrillist even named them one of the best new Nashville restaurants of 2016. Chef/Owner…

Young Leaders Council announces Williamson County class 2016 graduates of Nonprofit Board Training Program

Front row: Abby Rorex, left, Abby Bass, Michelle Holland and Sara Moreland; middle row: Senton Pojani, left, Rebecca Ozols, Sydney Ball, Lyndi Berrones, Lauren Painter, Rob DeLucas and Anne McGraw; back row: Philip Shepard, left, Hunter Clark, Barry Deans, Brian Brate, Gaines Kergosien, Joey Croom, Jason Price and Kathryn Bailey. Not pictured: Macon Borne and…

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…