Feb 28

Williamson County summer camp guide: Yep, it's that time already

2227 Hillsboro Road, Franklin

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1113 Murfreesboro Road, Suite 119, Franklin

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3088 Smith Springs Road

    Williamson County summer camp guide: Yep, it's that time already
    Winter lingers and spring is a couple of weeks away, yet it is already time to register for summer camp. Options abound in Williamson County, but in many cases competition can be stiff for coveted summer camp spots. Registration at several of the larger camps is already underway.

Feb 22

Titans chime in as Steven Mast, 15-year-old aspiring Special Olympics athlete, blows up Twitter

But it didn't go viral until Anderson's friend, 2010 Hillsboro graduate Balin Ali, 25, posted the video on Twitter and asked people to encourage Mast.

    Titans chime in as Steven Mast, 15-year-old aspiring Special Olympics athlete, blows up Twitter
    CLOSE More than 500,000 tweet encouragement to Hillsboro freshman Steven Mast after his workout video goes viral A Hillsboro High School freshman with autism has captured the attention of millions - including Titans coach Mike Vrabel - as the student trains for Special Olympics competition.

Feb 12

Mayor Megan Barry will participate in a publi...

Mayor Megan Barry will participate in a public signing event for Executive Order No. 40 on Urban Forestry Tuesday, February 13 at 1 PM at The Belmont University BookStore located at 1700 Portland Ave. This executive action recognizes trees as a public utility, establishes new guidelines to govern Metro’s planting and maintenance of trees, and appoints a new Urban Forestry Program Manager to lead and coordinate all Metro tree-related activities. Mayor Barry will be joined by District 18 Councilmember Burkley Allen; Belmont University President Bob Fisher; Metro’s new Urban Forestry Program Manager Naomi Rotramel; and appointed members of both Mayor Barry’s Livable Nashville Committee and the Metro Tree Advisory Committee. During recent heavy renovations, The Belmont Store went to great lengths to both protect and enhance the survival of a 60-70’ historic elm (ulmus Americana) tree on its property. It is Belmont University’s policy to try to preserve existing trees during any construction-related activities on its campus. Nashville’s recent development boom has placed significant pressure on the urban tree canopy, so Mayor Barry’s Livable Nashville sustainability plan has set an umbrella goal of 50 percent countywide tree-canopy coverage by the year 2050—an approximate addition of 300,000 net new trees planted by 2030, or 500,000 net new trees by 2050. Executive Order No. 40 seeks to help Nashville achieve its long-term sustainability goals: protecting air and water quality, improving public health, and saving public dollars on heavy infrastructure to mitigate stormwater impacts.



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