Franklin TN’s JLB (Joy-Life-Business) was founded in 2003 in downtown Franklin. Over the years they have established an amazing list of over 400 clients where they created their online presence but also manage everything from just their website and support to all of their digital marketing needs. Clients like Franklin Theatre, Franklin Special School District, Merridees, Star Physical […]
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A Franklin holiday tradition continues! Buy tickets today for the Holly Trolley event. Participants will be treated to holiday refreshments thirty minutes prior to departure from the Transit Center in historic Downtown Franklin located at 708 Columbia Avenue, Franklin, TN. During the event, the beautiful holiday light displays throughout Franklin and the surrounding areas in […]
With October as Breast Cancer Awareness Month, organizers of the annual Pink Gala on New Year’s Eve in downtown Franklin are inviting the public to help kick off the event season this Thursday from 4 to 7 p.m. at Kelly Spalding Designs. Over wine and dessert, patrons can not only sponsor a “chemo relief kit” […]
Resilient Health & Performance in Brentwood and CrossFit Cool Springs joined forces to support local children with special needs and their families. High Reps for High Hopes was a carnival-style fitness competition held on Saturday, August 27th at CrossFit Cool benefiting High Hopes Development Center, a 32-year, local non-profit offering an inclusive preschool environment for […]
The parking lot at the Longview Recreation Center in Spring Hill will become a drive-in movie on Saturday, August 27 for the first annual Family Food & Film Nite. Enjoy a night of free fun watching “Inside Out” while you feast on awesome eats from food trucks including Padrino’s Pops, Et Voila Bistro & Bakery […]
The semiannual Action Learning Summit features local business leaders with strategies for innovative business leaders on Friday, May 20, 2016, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Franklin Marriott Cool Springs, according to Doug Gray, chief executive officer (CEO) of Action Learning Associates, a leadership consulting firm. This semiannual summit features these scheduled speakers: […]
The City of Franklin is working with the Cumberland River Compact for several Harpeth River clean-up efforts beginning in April. Funding for this project was made available from a $55,000 Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) Special Litter Reduction Grant. The City is providing $11,000 towards the project. Half of the grant funding was used in […]
The Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department is pleased to team up with the Williamson County Public Library to offer four free computer classes for seniors (55+). Learn about iPhones & iPads, Ancestry.com, Facebook and Pinterest.
In 2002, Adam Chesney founded Monarch Landscape Company with a commitment to provide his clients with services which rate a cut above their expectations. “Our core philosophy is based on a deep respect and appreciation for our clients’ landscaping needs and desires,” says Chesney. “We do this by establishing a customer centered plan, then applying […]
Franklin citizens are invited to the final public meeting to discuss the revisions to the Parks Comprehensive Master Plan. The plan is a comprehensive master plan that evaluates existing recreation and park facilities, provides recommendations for improvements and creates a vision for many years down the road. The meeting is scheduled for Thursday, November 5, from […]
Festival organizers have worked extensively with the City’s Police Department, Emergency Management, and Traffic Engineers to create the best traffic flow possible, while leaving residential and business access open. During both days of the festival: Southbound traffic only will be permitted from Harpeth Industrial Court to First Avenue; The northbound lane will be reserved […]
Local Williamson county resident Tiffanie Kinder is the CEO and Founder of Nanny Connections (http://nannyconnections.com/). They have offices in Wisconsin, California, Chicago and recently entered the Nashville market. Kinder has over 19 years of experience, is on many advisory boards related to the nanny industry and is an expert in her field. Nashville is one of the […]
Bring the whole family to the Franklin Farmers Market on August 22. there will be games for the kids, the popular watermelon seed-spitting contest and the popular fastest watermelon eating contest too. Don’t miss the wild watermelon carvings and slices of ice cold watermelon to enjoy! Visit http://franklinfarmersmarket.com/events/ for a full list of fall events. […]
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) issued its list of state nonmember banks recently evaluated for compliance with the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA). The list covers evaluation ratings that the FDIC assigned to institutions in March 2015. The CRA is a 1977 law intended to encourage insured banks and thrifts to meet local credit needs, […]
Graduates are executives and senior community leaders selected to represent a cross-section of Franklin and Williamson County. As in years past, this class participated in group projects that were aimed at serving the Franklin community. In 2015, these projects benefited the Franklin community in law enforcement, history, education, and quality of life. Graduates of the […]