Williamson Medical Center CEO Phil Mazzuca (second from left), Luke Bryan, Caroline Bryan and Williamson County Mayor Rogers Anderson hold ceremonial shovels at the grand opening of a $200 million expansion from the center on April 4. (Martin Cassidy/Community Impact Newspaper)
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Williamson Medical Center marks the start of a $200 million expansion
Williamson Medical Center opened on the morning of April 4 in a celebration of the start of Franklin Hospital’s largest expansion in its nearly 65-year history, which is scheduled to end in 2026.
Nominations are being accepted for the Williamson County Heritage Foundation’s Safeguard List
Nominations are being accepted for the Williamson County Heritage Foundation’s second annual Save Places List, which seeks to identify properties to preserve in the face of development or neglect, according to an announcement from the group.
Williamson County health care to be topic of breakfast with mayors on April 26
The second 2022 Franklin Tomorrow Mayors Breakfast, April 26, will be a discussion on “Building the Future of Williamson County Health Care,” with current mayors and other panelists, according to a statement. Press.
Opening of Neighbors Franklin bar and restaurant in McEwen Northside in April
Neighbors Franklin, a bar and restaurant, will open a new location in April at the McEwen Northside development in Franklin, according to the owner.
Sparks Law Firm PLC opens in Brentwood
The Sparks Law Firm PLC office opened January 10 at 104 E. Park Drive, Ste. 314, Brentwood, according to Jerry Sparks, the company’s founder.
Martin Cassidy contributed to this report.