Imagine A Place Where Creativity is Sparked

Franklin Grove will soon be wiring and firing with innovative ideas at the future Williamson County Entrepreneur Center (a working name) in partnership with its lessor, the Heritage Foundation of Williamson County. The entrepreneur center, quite literally the brainchild of Williamson Inc., to be located in the historic 1887 Fleming-Farrah building on the former O’More…

Cool Offices Help Business in Williamson County Attract Employees, but it’s Not Everything

The offices at Rustici Software in Franklin have pretty much everything an employee could want. The company built a bocce ball court in front of a spacious outdoor deck. A ping pong table — frequently used by employees — occupies the lion’s share of the main common area. The company provides a kitchen, showers, workout equipment and…

Brentwood City Commission Candidates Stand Firm on One Acre Lots, Admit Housing for Seniors Limited

Candidates stand firm on 1-acre lots, believe downsizing options limited for seniors Eight of the nine candidates running for Brentwood City Commission in the May 7 election discussed during a debate Thursday topics such as housing, growth, infrastructure and crime, showing strong conviction in their stance on the issues. Dale Pacetti was out of town…

Smart Women Financial Series to Empower Women through Education

Smart Women Middle Tennessee, a community educational series with a focus on helping women make difficult financial decisions, is gaining traction in Williamson County. The group met this week at the Williamson County Public Library to kick off the Smart Women series, which will meet quarterly at the library. An advisory board was recently formed.…

Heritage Foundation Recruits Fundraiser from Vanderbilt University Medical Center

New director of  special projects will lead O’More campus overhaul NashvillePost.com The Heritage Foundation of Williamson County has recruited a Vanderbilt University Medical Center fundraiser to lead the restoration and rehabilitation work on the former O’More College of Design campus in downtown Franklin. Shannon Lapsley has joined the Heritage Foundation as director of special projects and…

Interactive Scavenger Hunt Debuts, Highlighting Franklin’s History

One of the most famed Tennessee Walking Horse Grand Champions, Midnight Sun, was honored in a special way on Monday inside a barn at The Park at Harlinsdale Farm. Visit Franklin, part the Williamson County Convention and Visitor’s Bureau, and the Franklin Public Arts Commission unveiled in partnership the Midnight Sun Scavenger Hunt that will…