Professional services and health care helped the Williamson County economy grow faster than the U.S. economy last year.
Party Fowl, known for its hot chicken dishes, has announced it will be opening a new dining location in the Cool Springs area in February.
The Brentwood private prison company CoreCivic may have found a new source of financing as U.S. banks are backing away from the industry.
The New York Stock Exchange has again put Quorum Health on its naughty list, pointing out that the hospital company’s stock price — which averaged 90 cents in the 30 trading days before Dec. 3 — has been below $1 for too long.
The directors of Tractor Supply built an extensive pay package to lure to town Macy’s President Hal Lawton, who next month will take over as CEO of the farm and ranch products retailer from Greg Sandfort.
The National Association of Realtors is expecting fewer homes sales in the Nashville area next year and only modest increases in sale prices.
The directors of Tractor Supply have chosen a veteran of some of retail’s biggest brands to be the farm and ranch brand’s new president and CEO.Hal Lawton will take over at Brentwood-based Tractor Supply Jan. 13 from Greg Sandfort, who this summer extended his contract on the heels of the un…
Elements Massage Brentwood and Elements Massage Franklin are teaming up to provide free massages for active and retired first responders and military personnel on Monday, Dec. 2.
In addition to helping a steady stream of customers at Savory Spice Shop in downtown Franklin, store manager Kelly Garteiz and her associates were spending a pre-Thanksgiving day getting the place ready for the post-Thanksgiving floodgates.
The Heritage at Brentwood, managed by Life Care Services®, An LCS® Company, announced that its management company ranked highest in customer satisfaction in the J.D. Power 2019 U.S. Senior Living Study.
Santa’s Trees — a new business in Brentwood where a portion of sales of the natural Christmas trees will benefit the Brentwood High School booster club — is now open.
Looking for the perfect, last minute gift that shows your loved ones how much you care? With a massage, everyone from your grandmother to your daughter will be able to feel the love. It will also provide the much-needed relief from the stress that the holiday season brings. Right now, Elements Massage is having a …
Mitsubishi’s North America CEO said Franklin beat out other cities under consideration as a new location headquarters in part because economic development officials rolled out the red carpet.
Thanksgiving is quickly approaching and it is one of the few times a busy family can still sit together and enjoy a meal. However, trying to plan decorations, centerpieces or hostess gifts can often take away from time with loved ones.
The Franklin-based fast food chain CKE Restaurants, which runs Hardee’s and Carl’s Jr. restaurants, has hired a fast food marketing veteran and plans to work with an ad agency that previously made its sexually suggestive ads.
Brentwood community and business leaders joined Williamson Inc. in welcoming Bluefin Sushi & Thai Restaurant during a ribbon cutting ceremony on Thursday, Nov. 14. The event was attended by about 50 people who dined on multiple menu offerings including several different kinds of sushi, A…
Executives at the Brentwood-based private prison operator CoreCivic say they’re prepared for a ban on private prisons, but the company also joined a new trade group they hope will prevent that from happening.
In honor of their 85th Anniversary in business, Jimmy Kelly’s Steakhouse is holding a one day sale on Thursday, Nov. 14, granting customers a special $100 gift card for only $50.
Can’t decide what to buy your loved ones on your gift list this year? Gift cards for services have become the gift of choice for many holiday shoppers.
CORRECTION: This story was updated on Nov. 13 to show that Mill Creek was three months behind on rent. Context about the brewery’s closing was also added. The Home Page apologizes for the error.
Local craft brewer Mill Creek Brewing Co. is shutting down and filing for bankruptcy protection after four years in business — the first Nashville-area such business to cease operations since the post 2013 explosion of the local craft beer scene.
There are more than 9,000 veterans living in Williamson County, but many struggle to integrate into the private sector after service.
The leaders of Quorum Health said Thursday they need to negotiate some concessions from their lenders after the struggling hospital operator’s third-quarter results were hurt by “a short-term deterioration” in bill collections.
The Brentwood-based hospital chain LifePoint Health plans to sell the real estate of 10 hospitals to a real estate trust, and lease back the space.
Addiction services provider AAC Holdings on Tuesday said it has recruited three executives to fill some of the board seats vacated last month by the group resignation of four directors.
The Brentwood-based senior living company Brookdale reported a loss and rising operating costs during the third quarter, and investors questions how the company would hit its financial goals for 2019.
The City of Brentwood and Williamson Inc. welcomed Brentwood’s newest independent senior living facility, Harmony at Brentwood, with a ribbon cutting on Wednesday.
Shares of Community Health Systems fell more than 16 percent Wednesday after the hospital operator reported a net loss of $17 million on $3.2 billion worth of revenue in the third quarter and announced plans to issue debt maturing in eight and nine years to pay off $2.6 billion worth of debt…
Brentwood’s Maryland Way Greenway Trail phase one is complete bringing new opportunities for travel and leisure to residents just in time for the cooler weather and Fall colors.
Two Men and a Truck Brentwood-Franklin will partner with Kroger to hold their Fill-A-Truck community food drives across three Middle Tennessee locations from Thanksgiving Nov. 20-22.
Last week, more than one hundred women gathered at Brentwood United Methodist Church to hear a panel of speakers talk about what it’s like to be a female business leader in Middle Tennessee.
The Brentwood Environmental Advisory Board met on Monday where they finalized the choice for a logo for the city’s “Refill Reduce Brentwood” campaign to encourage the use of refillable water bottles and promote the city’s two new water bottle filling stations in City Hall.