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Mayor Anderson Delivers State of the County Address

Another year of successes and new challenges for Williamson County. County Mayor Rogers Anderson hit the highlights of the last year and challenges ahead in...
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County Sheriff and Mayor Talk Police Violence and Prevention

Amidst news overnight of yet another police officer being shot, the guests of July's Williamson Inc's public affairs roundtable seemed duly appropriate. The monthly event,...
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County Mayor and Sheriff to Dig into the Issues at Public...

Williamson County mayor Rogers Anderson is everywhere lately. The four-term mayor gave his annual State of the County address on Tuesday morning to general applause...
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County Mayor to Deliver State of the County Address

Noon today is your last chance to register for tomorrow's state of the county address. After another successful year of job growth, housing highs, and...

Nolensville Entrepreneurs To Speak at Luncheon

Hear from a panel of successful Nolensville business owners at the next Nolensville Area Business Council luncheon on Thursday, July 16 at 11:30 a.m....

County Mayor to Deliver State of the County Address

Williamson County Mayor Rogers Anderson is set to deliver his annual state of the county address during Williamson, Inc.’s July 21 membership meeting. Currently serving his fourth...

Franklin Public Affairs Forum Coming Up

The Williamson Chamber will be gathering Franklin County officials next week to discuss Franklin public affairs at the Public Affairs Roundtable. City of Franklin officials, Mayor...

Would You Like to Join the Williamson Chamber of Commerce?

Are you a local business person or business owner? Have you ever thought about joining the Williamson Chamber? Do you know all the benefits...

County Parks Director to Speak at Nolensville Luncheon

The director of the Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department, Gordon Hampton, is set to speak at the Nolensville Area Business Council luncheon on...

Survey Says: Find out March 31

A Williamson Chamber survey shows that a majority of respondents would support raising taxes to pay for transportation improvements that might include mass transit. Almost...