Transportation summit calls for traffic solutions – and not just roads and rail

Williamson Herald | By Kerri Bartlett • Managing Editor The annual Williamson Inc. Transportation Summit picked up the baton in the race to find transportation solutions after the transit referendum failed in Nashville this spring, and as Williamson County grows with more people … and more cars. The summit featured two sessions in which speakers…

AT&T Tennessee Pioneers donate 200 Hug-A-Bears to Williamson County Sheriff’s Office

  On Monday, June 11th at 10 a.m. Gary Buchanan, an AT&T retiree, along with the AT&T Tennessee Pioneers, who are a network of volunteers who effect immediate, positive change in the Nashville Community will present 200 Hug-A-Bears to Sheriff Jeff Long from the Williamson County Sheriff’s Department. The original Pioneers Hug-A-Bear rolled off the…

Williamson, Inc. to host Transportation Summit June 19 in Response to Nashville Transit Referendum

FRANKLIN, Tenn.— Williamson, Inc., the chamber of commerce and economic development office, is hosting a Transportation Summit Tuesday, June 19 in Cool Springs. The annual transportation luncheon holds extra significance this year considering Nashville transit plan’s recent referendum. Matt Largen, President and CEO of Williamson, Inc. believed the defeat does not have to be a negative. He said that…

Vulcan Materials Company secures $10,000 donation to BrightStone

  Vulcan Materials Company announced the donation of $10,000 to BrightStone. Located in Franklin, BrightStone serves adults ages 21 and up who have developmental disabilities and provides full curriculum in job training and life-long learning. This week, Vulcan Materials Company hosted the 2018 Southeast Region Mine Rescue Competition in Franklin. Net proceeds from team competition…