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When Our Thrift Store closed in Franklin three months ago, owner Dave Krikac said despite the end of the 15-year chapter of his life, he felt like it was Christmas Eve — he was waiting for a gift, his next venture.
The beauty industry has changed dramatically this year for many due to the COVID-19 pandemic as hair, nail and esthetician salons have had to manage a new normal while keeping staff and clients safe.
The Franklin and Williamson County community is invited to join the Black Business Expo next weekend at First Missionary Baptist Church.
Franklin residents will be able to enjoy a healthy meal from a new restaurant next week while also supporting a local cause that provides millions of pounds of food to those in need in Middle Tennessee and beyond.
When Stephanie Graham was house hunting in Williamson County, the trained chef quickly realized there weren’t many places that made great-tasting, healthy salads, even joking to her husband, “If I ever want to start a business when we move here, I am going to start a salad business.”
First Horizon Bank, member of the First Horizon National Corp. (NYSE:FHN) family of companies, announced it has named Cara Rhodes as vice president with its private client services team.
Mitsubishi Motors North America, Inc. (MMNA) announced it has partnered with the Nashville Entrepreneur Center (EC) to create a first-of-its-kind Small Batch - Big Ideas Entrepreneur Network.
Each year, on the first Sunday after Labor Day, we observe National Grandparents Day. Although it’s not as widely recognized as Mother’s Day or Father’s Day, if you’re a grandparent, you probably want to do whatever you can to help your grandchildren on their journeys through life.
While many things have changed in Franklin since 1920, one business that has remained a constant in downtown Franklin is John M. Green Insurance.
Those who have been working from home throughout the COVID-19 pandemic may have experienced difficulties separating their work lives from their home lives. Franklin resident Anna Palumbo is hoping to provide an extra degree of separation for at-home workers with just a few-footsteps-long commute.
Crye-Leike Real Estate Services announced Laura Meshell is now affiliated with its Franklin-Cool Springs branch office as a licensed Realtor.
Fridrich & Clark Realty announced the addition of Realtors Gina Grimm and Debbie Caplenor to the firm, according to Steve Fridrich, broker and managing partner.
Tennessee Governor Bill Lee and the state Department of Revenue announced a new digital eligibility tool at https://businessrelief.tn.gov/ for small business owners to determine if their business may be eligible for a Tennessee Business Relief Program payment.
Living615, a locally owned furniture, decor and design shop in Spring Hill, is having a Labor Day tent sale on Saturday, Sept. 5 and Sunday, Sept. 6 to make way for fall inventory.
Cloverland Park Senior Living, an Integral Senior Living community specializing in assisted living and memory care located in Brentwood, has named Brent Brewer executive director.
Over the years, I have been asked to speak to many groups and individuals about the basics of investing and getting started. Many clients also have asked me to offer their children or grandchildren some insights.
Lenders Title Company held a ribbon cutting at its new location in Franklin’s Harpeth Square development Tuesday in partnership with Williamson, Inc.
Companies wanting to promote diversity and equity in the workplace may want to focus on culture and intentionality, according to Williamson, Inc.’s virtual inclusion workshop guest on Tuesday.