I’m going back to school at 40. I’ve decided to pursue an Associate Degree at a community college. My tuition will be FREE through the Tennessee Reconnect Program. Here’s everything you need to know about tuition-free college in Tennessee!
Williamson County is known for having really good schools. Before you choose a neighborhood or district to live in, you'll want to read these tips -- including info about school closings and the ungodly amount of snow days we get each year, Tennessee tax free weekend for school supplies, fun class trips for local school kids, and much more.
Two of the suburbs south of Nashville (Franklin & Brentwood) are getting crowded. That’s why we moved to nearby Spring Hill just 12 miles south of Franklin.
Honeysuckle Hill Farm in Springfield, Tennessee isn’t your average everyday farm. And it’s not a dairy farm. It’s an agricultural farm that specializes in educating children about all areas of farm life. A trip to Honeysuckle Hill Farm is filled with LOTS of good, clean fun for kids of all ages!
Tucked behind the Williamson County Agricultural Expo Center off of Peytonsville Road and surrounded by farm land and hillside, The Highlands at Ladd Park is a new Franklin neighborhood that has the makings of a wonderful combination of spacious homes, beautiful views and opportunities to enjoy nature at its best. There is a lot to look forward to with this new subdivision going in on the south side of Franklin.
Franklin TN schools are closed so often at the last minute that it’s hard to guess whether school is going to be open or closed these days. And it’s clear that Williamson County Tennessee parents are searching for ‘a better way’ to find out about school closings — especially at times when schools become closed at the last minute due to bad weather or some other emergency. Okay parents, here’s what you need to know…
Here’s a great way to save some money when shopping the first weekend in August each year. So long as you live in Tennessee! It’s the annual Sales Tax Holiday which features three tax-free days of shopping statewide.
Ever since we moved to Tennessee, one thing that strikes us as funny is the number of ‘snow days’ that school-age kids get each year… and even the number of days that school is canceled due to RAIN — in preparation for subsequent flooding. They tend to cancel school the night before, based on the premise that it’s going to snow, rain, or sleet, rather than on actual precipitation.
A photograph capturing the mood of the last day of school… this one captures the PARENTS’ enthusiasm for this special occasion!
Some photographs depicting the beauty of the Belmont University campus in Nashville, Tennessee…
It appears that we live in the HOTTEST zip code in middle Tennessee!… Here’s more about living in Franklin, Tennessee — specifically, in zip code 37064.