Budget committee approves sales tax referendum for schools, but road funding shortfall looms

Source: Williamson Herald Author: Kerri Bartlett • Managing Editor After months of community debate, the possibility of a countywide referendum for a sales tax increase took another step forward to becoming a reality on the ballot box during a special election in February. However, as the proposed sales tax increase referendum builds momentum, the Williamson…

FIRST COMMUNITY MORTGAGE EARNS NATIONAL MORTGAGE BANKERS ASSOCIATION 2017 RESIDENTIAL DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION LEADERSHIP AWARD

Murfreesboro, Tenn. (10/27/17) – First Community Mortgage (FCM) has earned the 2017 Residential Diversity and Inclusion Leadership Award for Market Outreach Strategies from the national Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA).  The award for companies with less than 1,000 employees was presented to FCM’s EVP, Andy Voyles, at the annual MBA convention on Sunday.  The award recognizes…

Communications Strategist Ken Schmidt to Speak at Belmont’s Fall Leadership Breakfast Dec. 8

Schmidt will share knowledge on ‘Building Tattoo-Worthy Customer Relationships’ Ken Schmidt, the former director of communications strategy for Harley-Davidson Motor Company, will be coming to Belmont University’s campus on Fri., Dec. 8 to share his knowledge on “Building Tattoo-Worthy Customer Relationships.” Schmidt is credited with helping rebuild Harley-Davidson’s brand, resulting in the motorcycle company’s turnaround…

The Gateway Chamber Orchestra presents the Masterworks Series: Brilliant Colors

The Gateway Chamber Orchestra (GCO) and Clarksville Now are pleased to present, The Masterworks Series, Brilliant Colors. This concert features three beautiful and rarely heard works in which the composers employ color, in the form of orchestral sound. The GCO will be performing Franz Schreker’s Chamber Symphony, Ottorino Respighi’s Trittico Botticelliano and Aaron Copland’s Three Latin American Sketches. The first…