Williamson County Schools Career Fair Nov. 9

The 16th Annual World of Possibilities Career Exploration Day will be held Thursday, November 9, 2017 at the Williamson County Ag Expo Park.  This comprehensive career day is being held to better inform eighth grade students about career opportunities available.  Williamson County and Franklin Special School Districts recognize there are specific workforce needs for Williamson…

Williamson, Inc. and Williamson County Schools join forces on October 6 to celebrate Manufacturing Day 2017

Local manufacturers aim to introudce students to modern day manufacturing careers with plant tours   Williamson, Inc. Economic Development and Williamson County Schools will celebrate National Manufacturing Day by taking 180 students from several middle and high schools in the county, where students are already studying engineering or advanced manufacturing, on facility tours at Flash…

Franklin Parks Dept. & Friends of Franklin Parks to cut ribbon on Warm-up Arena

Secondary Arena at the Park at Harlinsdale Farm adds infrastructure to accommodate events Just over one year after opening the Tractor Supply Co. Arena at the Park at Harlinsdale Farm, the City of Franklin’s Parks Department and the non-profit organization Friends of Franklin Parks will cut the ribbon on an adjacent warm-up arena designed to…

BrightStone students grow in leaps and bounds at Ensworth School’s Sports Day

  BrightStone ensures that its students are active both physically and in their community. Their adults with special needs annually attend Ensworth’s Sports Day program, a one-day event on Ensworth’s campus. During this highly anticipated annual adventure, Ensworth coaches and students provide a unique resource to the special needs communities in Middle Tennessee. BrightStone students…

Franklin, TN Earns Spot on Best Places to Live in America

MONEY, in partnership with realtor.com,  identified 100 spots that offer a healthy, economy, affordable homes, and a high quality of life. No. 4: Franklin, Tennessee Just 21 miles south of Nashville, Franklin is bursting with culture, Southern charm, and hospitality. Founded in 1799, Franklin has preserved its history through its beautiful Main Street—listed on the National…