Commercial Development Swells Following Population Growth in Nolensville

After years of population growth, Nolensville is finally seeing an influx of commercial development. Nolensville Mayor Jimmy Alexander outlined some of the major projects that are in the pipeline at an event for the business community in Nolensville hosted by Williamson Inc. on Thursday. “We see new subdivisions and people coming to our town on…

Alive’s New Franklin Office to Include Nonprofit’s ‘Closer to Home’ Strategy

Despite a morning of heavy rains, approximately 80 people turned out Wednesday for the grand opening ceremony for Alive’s new office in Franklin. As the only nonprofit provider of hospice care and end-of-life services for Middle Tennessee, Alive can now better serve Williamson County, where it has been caring for families in their homes for…

Williamson, Inc. Welcomes New Businesses Revolving Around Selfies and Sweets

Whether looking for a memorable selfie experience or a sweet treat, Williamson County residents can be treated to two businesses that were welcomed by Williamson, Inc. on Friday during separate ribbon-cutting ceremonies. The two companies, Nashville Selfies and Eastleigh Desserts, showcased their products at Williamson, Inc.’s headquarters. Nashville Selfies Current Williamson, Inc. chamber members Tony…

Williamson County Legislators tell Chamber they want to Change School Funding and Improve Infrastructure

State legislators from Williamson County told a group at a Williamson Inc. event on Tuesday morning they want to change the way Tennessee funds public schools. State Sen. Jack Johnson also said he expects the 2020 census will require the state to redraw Williamson County’s political districts due to rapid growth. Representative Sam Whitson, who…

CapStar Bank Opens New Location, Offering Warm Atmosphere, Enhanced Services

CapStar Bank increased its visibility and enhanced its “warm atmosphere” and services by opening a new, expanded location on Maryland Way in Brentwood Thursday. Chief Executive Officer Claire Tucker said the bank’s new location will draw more customers at the prime spot in Brentwood’s business district. “We are really thrilled about the location,” Tucker said.…

Touching Hearts at Home Offers ‘a helping hand’ in Brentwood

Touching Hearts at Home in Brentwood hosted a ribbon cutting on Wednesday in partnership with Williamson, Inc. Touching Hearts provides non-medical caregiving services to “provide a helping hand” to those in the Middle Tennessee area. They currently have 45 caregivers on staff. Some of the services Touching Hearts provides include meal preparation, personal care and…

Williamson County Businesses say Hiring People with Disabilities Improves Workplace Culture, Employment Rate

Representatives from several Williamson County companies say that hiring people with disabilities makes the world a better place, but also helps their bottom line. Williamson Inc. hosted an event on Tuesday afternoon to help businesses in Williamson County find ways to integrate people with disabilities into the workforce. The workshop was part of series of…

Delegation Talks Legislative Power, Changes and Bills in 111th General Assembly

The Williamson County delegation delivered a broad overview of legislative bills constituents can expect in the 111th General Assembly at the Williamson, Inc. Town Hall at Columbia State Community College Friday. Legislators also addressed Williamson County rising to the seat of power in the legislature. “Freshman” Rep. Brandon Ogles, R-Franklin, talked about his first couple…

TPAC President Tells Chamber Group to Recognize When a Project’s Life Cycle is Over

The president of the Tennessee Performing Arts Center told a Williamson Inc. group on Wednesday afternoon to pay attention to a project’s natural life cycle and recognize when it’s over. That was one of laws of leadership that Kathleen O’Brien follows as the President and CEO of TPAC. She spoke Wednesday at luncheon for women…