Nolensville High students hope to launch a business off the ground — literally

Amelia Ferrell Knisely, Nashville Tennessean Two Nolensville High students have become their school’s first certified drone pilots, and the pair hope the federal recognition will help them get their business off the ground. Andrew Dunn and Mitchell Waller, both rising seniors, recently passed the aeronautical test required to become a certified remote pilot with the…

BrightStone celebrates its 10th Anniversary Bowlability

  BrightStone will be hosting its 10th annual Bowlability event August 6th and 7th of 2018. This time-honored tradition is the perfect way for families, churches, businesses, and communities to gather and support this important local organization. Your support and partnership with BrightStone strengthens our community and profoundly enriches the lives of adults with special…

Williamson, Inc. Launches New Leadership Program

Congratulations to the Inaugural Class Members FRANKLIN, Tenn.— Williamson, Inc. launches a new Leadership Young Professional initiative this Fall. Leadership YP provides Young Professionals the opportunity to participate in a series of leadership development days that are focused on improving the quality of life in Williamson County. Abby Bass Director of Events at Williamson, Inc. said the initiative…

Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee to open after-hours injury clinic

  The Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee recently announced plans for an after-hours injury clinic to treat walk-in patients during evening and weekend hours. The Franklin medical practice, which is an affiliate of Williamson Medical Center, opened its doors earlier this year and includes 13 nationally recognized orthopaedic surgeons. The walk-in clinic will open…

Inaugural inclusive Kindergarten classroom brings hope to all students

Nonprofit High Hopes Development Center announces inaugural state approved inclusive kindergarten classroom for the 2018-2019 school year   The Kindergarten at High Hopes will utilize the same inclusive model as their 34-year old nonprofit preschool. Approximately 40% of the students at High Hopes have a developmental delay or diagnosed special need and are educated alongside their…