Summer of Wishes Benches to be Placed at Sites around Franklin for the Summer

Benches painted by local artists, Franklin businesses to be sites for community benches  FRANKLIN, Tenn., (June 21, 2019) – Make-A-Wish Middle Tennessee will release four painted community benches as a part of their Summer of Wishes program in Franklin on Friday, June 21. These benches celebrate four of the wishes that have been granted to…

Become a Mentor at the WCS Entrepreneurship and Innovation Center (EIC)

As you may have heard, Williamson County Schools is launching a new program for high school students called the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Center, or EIC.  This creative endeavor allows 9th-12th graders from across Williamson County to launch a business, create an innovative product, offer a service, or try their hand at social entrepreneurship, all while…

Marketing and Communications Coordinator

Job Purpose: Responsible for managing the company’s marketing and communications initiatives including graphic and website design. Ensures a unified message reaches investors, members, and the community through approved upon channels. Uses market research and analysis to direct marketing strategy and planning.   Job duties: Establishes marketing goals based on past performance and market forecasts. Works…

Heritage Foundation Hosts 2nd Annual Preservation Symposium

Presented by Renasant Bank, the program will feature nationally renowned speakers and local preservation leaders   The Heritage Foundation of Williamson County, TN is hosting its 2nd Annual Preservation Symposium: Practical Preservation, presented by Renasant Bank, at the Williamson County Enrichment Center on Saturday, June 29, 2019 from 8:30 a.m. – 2 p.m. The symposium…

Gilda’s Club Middle Tennessee Announces Appointment of Interim President and CEO Denise Alper

Search underway for permanent leader   Gilda’s Club Middle Tennessee today announced the appointment of Denise Alper as its Interim President and CEO. Alper takes the reins for the non-profit cancer support organization from Sandy Obodzinski, whose last day is June 14. “We are pleased to announce that longtime Gilda’s Club friend and advocate Denise…

Colorado Mayor to Williamson County: Private Sector Needs to Help Pay for Transit, too

Meaningful transit solutions in Middle Tennessee are going to require more than just talk from major business leaders. That’s been Jackie Millet’s experience, at least. The mayor of Lone Tree, Colorado, spoke at length about her city’s efforts to invest in transit, specifically light rail, at Williamson County’s annual transportation summit on Thursday. The summit focused…

Buttermilk Sky Pie Shop Opens New Cool Springs Location, Focuses on Community

Buttermilk Sky Pie Shop celebrated the opening of its newest location with a ribbon cutting Friday in partnership with Williamson, Inc. The Knoxville-based pie shop has grown to 27 locations across the Southeast in six years. They specialize in made-from-scratch pies in a variety of flavors and sizes. With a fondness for baking pies and…