At the chamber of commerce’s first large event in months, a group of business leaders argued that Williamson County is still a great place to business, even amid a viral pandemic.
The median price for a single family home in Williamson County hit $600,000 last month as the number of real estate sales remained higher than last year.
After being officially open for eight months and in the midst of a global pandemic, local holistic clinic The Fork Functional Medicine Clinic will hold its grand opening Friday from 4-7 p.m. at its location in Leiper’s Fork.
Brentwood-based LifePoint Health has named a former Citigroup banking executive its senior vice president and chief development officer, effective immediately.
During the spring of 2020, hospitals across the U.S. were gearing up for a surge of COVID-19 patients. They paused elective procedures, and many patients appeared to be forgoing care for serious problems like strokes or heart attacks.
The auto financing division of Nissan North America has agreed to pay a $4 million fine and make available up to $1 million to customers whose cars the company wrongfully repossessed.
Franklin-based Community Health Systems has agreed to pay $5 million in a multistate settlement related to its 2014 data breach that impacted 6.1 million patients, including nearly 450,000 in Tennessee.
Brent Turner, the former president of Acadia Healthcare, has been named CEO of Summit BHC, a fellow Franklin-based provider of mental health and addiction treatments.
Brentwood-based management consulting and staffing company Vaco and ClearlyAgile, a Tampa-based software development company, have partnered to fuel a software pipeline to better equip leadership with technology.
AccuReg, a Mobile, Ala.-based health care technology solutions company that recently moved its Nashville office to Cool Springs in Franklin, announced it has hired a new chief growth officer.
Looking to build on recent investments in non-consumable items, Dollar General executives are launching a new store concept aimed at suburban shoppers.
A Canadian electric car manufacturer has selected the Nashville area as a finalist for the location of its new manufacturing plant.
The Bellevue-area site home to Chaffin's Barn Dinner Theatre, the closed iconic entertainment venue that billed itself as Nashville’s first space for off-Broadway plays, has been listed for sale four years after it last sold for $2.09 million.
IMAC Holdings is returning to the capital markets for funding, this time filing papers that will let it raise up to $5 million through the sale of stock at market prices.
Staffing and consulting firm Vaco has acquired a Toronto company that specializes in technology talent, a move that builds on two previous growth pushes in Canada to give the local company a workforce of more than 150 people there.
Activist investor Sardar Biglari has picked a former CEO of Clarcor as the Cracker Barrel Old Country Store director he wants to replace at next month’s annual shareholders’ meeting.
The family wealth management firm Arlington Family Offices, which has offices in Franklin and Birmingham, recently purchased the Handy Hardware building and another property on Columbia Avenue in downtown Franklin for $4.8 million.
Enrollment at Columbia State Community College in Franklin dropped this semester as the coronavirus pandemic continues.
Brentwood-based GBT Realty has landed a major permit related to the base and parking component of it ONE22ONE mixed-use high-rise under construction in The Gulch.
Vanderbilt University Medical Center has announced an agreement with Franklin-based Community Health Systems that will have it purchase two hospitals and acquire a minority stake in another.
An insurance company based in Alabama plans on closing offices in Williamson County and several other states over the next few years. Those workers will continue to work remotely.
The YMCA of Middle Tennessee President and CEO Dan Dummermuth announced his retirement set for early 2021 after a 34-year YMCA career spanning across the country.