Jan 22: Local School, Business & Community Closings

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Inclement weather has caused area schools to close for Friday, January 22nd.

Here is an updated list of local school and business closures (or late openings) and cancelled community events. We will update as more closings or cancellations are announced.


Williamson County School District-no extended care!
Franklin Special School District–MAC Care, closing at noon
Benton Hall Academy
Currey Ingram Academy
Battle Ground Academy
Brentwood Academy
Franklin Classical School
Franklin Christian Academy
The Classical Academy
Father Ryan
Grace Christian Academy
Lipscomb Academy
Columbia Academy
Our Savior Lutheran Academy
St Matthew
New Hope Academy
Montessori School of Franklin
Grow Academy
Primrose School of Brentwood
Primrose School of Spring Hill
The Goddard School Franklin


Belmont University
Lipscomb University
Columbia State-Williamson, Columbia, Lawrenceburg & Lewisburg campuses
O’More College of Design

Businesses & Other

Fairview Municipal Court
GraceWorks Ministries
The Learning Lab-Brentwood
St Thomas Medical Group
All Franklin Transit services cancelled
All State offices closed
Williamson County offices
Red Pony in downtown Franklin
Savory Spice in downtown Franklin
McCreary’s in downtown Franklin
Westhaven Golf Club
Brentwood Library
Brentwood Parks–closing at noon
Mellow Mushroom
Wild Wing Cafe–Rubik’s Groove, who was scheduled to play Friday night, will perform Sat, Jan 30th.

Info on School Closings, Delays & Cancellations
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Andrea has always loved the written word. She holds a B.A. in Journalism and a Masters in Creative Writing, both from Belmont University. Both sides of her family have lived in Williamson County for generations, so writing for Williamson Source is the perfect fit. She loves to hear stories of what Williamson County was like when her parents and grandparents were young and to write about this ever evolving county is truly special for her.