Brentwood-based Andrews Transportation Group will break ground Thursday at its new Cadillac dealership located in The Paddocks in Mt. Juliet.
House of Bread, a bakery based out of San Luis Obispo, California, offering fresh bread baked daily by in-house bakers, sandwiches and pastries, announced its first location east of the Mississippi River will be in Nolensville.
The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee (CFMT) has opened the registration for community organizations interested in participating in this year’s The Big Payback.
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Julie Davis has been promoted to building manager for Five Points Properties in downtown Franklin, announced Karen Cochran, owner of Five Points Properties.
Half Way Market & Diner, a haven for Williamson County residents from all walks of life, finally reopened Monday at a new location on Franklin’s West Main Street.
Williamson, Inc. will host Disney Institute: Disney’s Approach to Business Excellence, a professional development opportunity for local business leaders, on Feb. 3.
Osso VR, a leading virtual reality-based surgical training company based in San Francisco, announced Dr. Cory Calendine, M.D., an orthopedic surgeon at the Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee in Franklin, has officially joined the company’s clinical advisory board.
Summit BHC, a leading national provider of behavioral health and addiction treatment services based in Franklin, expanded its national footprint recently with the acquisition of seven psychiatric hospitals in six states from Strategic Behavioral Health.
Meridian Cool Springs, a Boyle Investment Company property located in Franklin in Cool Springs, announced Tuesday it has fully leased all available retail space in its 60-acre, mixed-use development with the addition of three final tenants.
Friends, family, customers, employees and others gathered recently at Virsys12’s corporate offices in Brentwood to celebrate the health care technology company’s 10-year anniversary.
As you know, inflation heated up in 2021, following years of pretty stable – and low – numbers. And now, early in 2022, we’re still seeing elevated prices. As a consumer, you may need to adjust your activities somewhat, but as an investor, how should you respond to inflation?
American Health Partners, a Franklin-based company that provides a wide range of health care services, recently honored 50 employees for their dedication to providing high-quality health care and outstanding service over the past year.