Nolensville’s potential for modern development is a topic I’ve discussed previously on this site, and the balancing act which the town must achieve to maintain its historic identity while welcoming new residents and businesses is its biggest challenge in the coming years. Growth can be tremendously positive for the community, offering services and employment to […]
The next wave of growth for Nolensville’s business community is on the way, and folks here should be pretty excited about what’s coming up in the next few months. The Brentwood Home Page details some of the developments:
The big local story here in Nolensville on Election Night 2012 saw the Packaged Retail Liquor Store initiative pass by a 2-to-1 margin. The Tennessean shows, with 3 of 3 precincts reporting, a vote of 2,143 to 1,038 in favor of allowing the introduction of wine & liquor stores in our town.
For a small town, Nolensville sure packs a lot of history. One of the first things that struck Amy & I when we moved here in 2005 was Nolensville’s strong sense of community. Even though change is coming rapidly to this town which dates back to 1797 (just in 7 years we’ve seen the loss […]
Man, you’ve got to love the Early Voting system! Rather than fight the lines on Election Day, I was able to swing in during my lunch hour last week and registered my ballot within 5 minutes. I thought it worth sharing some of my choices here, as Twitter & Facebook aren’t really great platforms for […]