Green Apple Strategy launches The Orchard House, a creative meeting space in Historic Downtown Franklin

Marketing Agency Expands with 1,000-square-foot rental space Samantha Owens Pyle, Owner and Chief Strategist of Franklin-based marketing agency Green Apple Strategy, announced this week that the company will open The Orchard House, a creative meeting space in Franklin. Located at 225 4th Avenue North, just one block off of Historic Main Street in Downtown Franklin,…

The JARS of CLAY Family Christmas 2018 with very special guests

  Jars of Clay bring their “one night only,” Winter World Tour to Franklin! A night filled with incredible musical performances, amazing stories and warm Holiday cheer. Jars will be joined by the ever-talented Alt-Americana group, SHEL along with other very special guests. Ticket upgrades include a special post concert reception with Jars of Clay and…

Register now to host a table during Franklin’s Community Visioning Project

Deadline to register to be a table host for “On the Table” is September 27   Thursday, September 27 is the deadline to register to host a table during Franklin Tomorrow’s new community initiative, On the Table. The link to register: https://signup.e2ma.net/signup/1878979/4756/  On the Table is a one-day opportunity for the people of Franklin to gather in small…

Williamson Medical Center EMS aids Hurricane Florence relief efforts

  Williamson Medical Center is once again supporting hurricane relief efforts, thanks to volunteers from its Emergency Medical Services team. James Bourland, EMS Supervisor at the medical center, was among the 11-person strike team deployed to the east coast September 12 in anticipation of Hurricane Florence. The team includes five ambulances and 11 emergency personnel…

Dr. Mike Looney and Dr. David Snowden to give State of the Schools Address at Chamber Luncheon

FRANKLIN, Tenn.— Dr. Mike Looney, Superintendent of Williamson County Schools and Dr. David Snowden, Director of Schools of the Franklin Special School District will give a comprehensive update on Williamson County Schools and Franklin Special School District at a Chamber Luncheon September 25. This event will host over 300 business professionals and take place on Tuesday, September…

Livability Williamson County, TN 2018-19 now available

Williamson County, Tennessee – Williamson, Inc. unveiled Livability: Williamson County, Tennessee, the latest edition of a web and magazine marketing program designed to promote the area and draw new business, visitors, talent and investment. Stories promoted online at www.livability.com/williamson-county highlight the community’s excellent quality of life, attractions, live entertainment, restaurants and must-do activities. The latest content features how…

Livability Williamson County, TN 2018-19 New Magazine & Web Content Now Available

Franklin, TENN – Williamson, Inc. recently unveiled Livability Williamson County, TN 2018-19, its primary marketing program for talent retention and attraction. The program includes a digital magazine, print magazine and significant exposure on Livability.com, a national website with information about more than 15,000 of America’s best places to live and visit. All of the high-quality, easy-to-share content promotes…

Blankenship joins First Citizens National Bank as Mortgage Loan Originator

  Sonya Burks, Vice President and Real Estate Production Manager for First Citizens National Bank, recently announced the addition of Kevin Blankenship to the bank’s Mortgage Loan/Real Estate division as Mortgage Loan Originator for Middle Tennessee. “With 25 years of mortgage lending experience, FirstCNB is thrilled for Kevin to join our team in Middle TN,”…

Williamson Medical Center announces winners of thirty-third annual Student Art Competition

Twelve local students will have their winning art prominently displayed inside the medical center for a year   Williamson Medical Center, in partnership with the Realtor® Good Works Foundation, unveiled the artwork of the 2018 Student Art Competition finalists. For the thirty-third year, hundreds of Williamson County students submitted their pieces to be displayed at…