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Four years ago, Triple Crown Bakery opened in a small space on Columbia Avenue in Franklin, drawing people down a couple blocks from Main Street with its sweet and savory pastries and elegantly decorated cakes. Now, owner and pastry chef Alena Vaughn has signed a lease to move to a bigger sp…
This week, while 55 South and Cork & Cow in Franklin were closed due to an air conditioning issue, a 55 South Franklin employee tested positive for COVID-19, prompting further cautionary closures from the restaurants and mass staff testing before they can return to work.
With more organizations seeking ways to help others during this difficult time, Boyle Investment Co. has begun working with one of its nonprofit partners to feed Franklin families in need.
Reliant Bank has promoted four team members and hired two new branch managers to support its continued growth in the Middle Tennessee market.
The Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development (TDLWD) has completed building the third pandemic unemployment program provided through the federal CARES Act signed into law by President Donald Trump.
Zeitlin Sotheby’s International Realty announced Lori Stucki has joined their outstanding group of agents serving Middle Tennessee.
As Tennessee continues to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, the state’s Economic Recovery Group announced Friday it will lift capacity restrictions on restaurants and retail to instead focus on social distancing best practices effective May 22 and issue guidelines to facilitate the safe reope…
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — More than 29,000 people filed new unemployment claims in Tennessee last week, bringing the number of jobless residents who have sought benefits to more than a half-million stemming from the shutdown of businesses during the response to the new coronavirus outbreak.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Middle Tennessee Executive Committee, on behalf of the organization’s corporate board of directors, unanimously named Eric D. Higgs as the next CEO of Boys & Girls Clubs of Middle Tennessee.
Salons and barber shops have seen a massive influx of clients upon their reopening last week, demonstrating the beginning of a V-shaped recovery that economists and business owners are hoping for in all industries following the economic downturn of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Williamson, Inc. has announced the results of a multiweek survey of Williamson County businesses regarding the Small Business Administration’s (SBA) Paycheck Protection Program (PPP).
Matt Largen, president and CEO of Williamson, Inc., spoke with three Brentwood businesspersons Monday about reopening during the COVID-19 pandemic, and they provided some tips to other businesses.
Amid an economic downturn for many in the COVID-19 pandemic, the Middle Tennessee community still prioritized giving to their nonprofit neighbors through The Big Payback.
Columbia State Community College announced Tractor Supply Company has been awarded the Tennessee Board of Regents’ 2020 Chancellor’s Award of Excellence in Philanthropy.
The American Institute of Real Estate Agents has recognized the exceptional performance of local Realtor Loy Hardcastle as a 2020 10 Best Real Estate Agent for Client Satisfaction.
As we go through the coronavirus crisis, we are all, first and foremost, concerned about the health of our loved ones and communities. But the economic implications of the virus have also weighed heavily on our minds. However, if you’re an investor or a business owner, you may benefit from C…
Williamson, Inc. has announced its new address in the McEwen Northside development at 4031 Aspen Grove Drive, Suite 630, in Franklin and will open its office to the public in September.
Tennessee banks are ensuring small businesses and self-employed individuals are receiving the relief they need as COVID-19 continues to impact communities.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The number of Tennessee residents who filed new unemployment claims last week topped 43,700, bringing the total number of requests for benefits to more than 435,000 since businesses began closing in response to the new coronavirus outbreak.