Williamson Medical Center Recognized Among Best in Nation, State and Region for Safety and Quality

  Williamson Medical Center has recently been recognized with a number of prestigious national and regional awards for outstanding patient safety and medical quality. The awards are a significant tribute to the organization’s more than 60-year commitment to delivering the highest quality patient care with compassion and dignity, according to Williamson Medical Center’s Chief Executive…

Puckett’s Boat House, Brain Blast Entertainment Partner for Weekly Trivia Night

Downtown restaurant invites the community to test knowledge on sitcoms, movies and more   Puckett’s Boat House in downtown Franklin has begun hosting a weekly trivia night in partnership with Brain Blast Entertainment every Wednesday from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m., with a general theme slated for this week, followed by all things “Marvel” on February…

Young Leaders Council Announces Graduates of Nonprofit Board Training Program Partnership with Williamson, Inc.

  Young Leaders Council, a Nashville-based nonprofit organization that has trained more than 2,500 men and women to effectively participate on the boards of nonprofit agencies for the past 34 years, announces the graduates of YLC/Williamson Chamber Class 2018. Partnering with Williamson, Inc. for the sixth year in a row, YLC provided 28 hours of training…

Delegation Talks Legislative Power, Changes and Bills in 111th General Assembly

The Williamson County delegation delivered a broad overview of legislative bills constituents can expect in the 111th General Assembly at the Williamson, Inc. Town Hall at Columbia State Community College Friday. Legislators also addressed Williamson County rising to the seat of power in the legislature. “Freshman” Rep. Brandon Ogles, R-Franklin, talked about his first couple…

TPAC President Tells Chamber Group to Recognize When a Project’s Life Cycle is Over

The president of the Tennessee Performing Arts Center told a Williamson Inc. group on Wednesday afternoon to pay attention to a project’s natural life cycle and recognize when it’s over. That was one of laws of leadership that Kathleen O’Brien follows as the President and CEO of TPAC. She spoke Wednesday at luncheon for women…

Students Transforming Great Ideas into Thriving Businesses

The Entrepreneurship and Innovation Center (EIC) offers a unique opportunity for students in ninth through twelfth grades to gain hands-on experience in entrepreneurship and innovation by starting a business, launching a product, or offering a service. Accepted students attend the EIC part-time each day with the opportunity to gain high school credit through two unique…