The number of new businesses opening up in Williamson County plummeted last month.
Vaco, a Brentwood-based personnel solutions firm, will partner with Fisk University in an effort to help better prepare students as they enter the workforce.
Olivia Arokiasamy expected to spend the morning of her wedding day in a bridal suite in Brentwood, drinking champagne and preparing for the day with her closest friends.
The leaders of Tractor Supply have approved a bonus of $2 per hour for its hourly employees, retroactive to March 16 and to last through April 25.
The top executives of Nissan have named a new leader of its U.S. and Mexico manufacturing operations to succeed a veteran executive who has been recruited by Target.
As of Monday, there have been a total of 615 confirmed cases of the COVID-19 virus in Tennessee, with Gov. Bill Lee signing an executive order Sunday ordering all dine-in restaurants, bars and gyms to close until April 6.
The Nashville Metro Public Health Department reported the first known death of a Nashville resident from COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus.
Dollar General has announced the dedication of the first hour of each shopping day to senior shoppers and has amended store operating hours in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Williamson County’s chamber of commerce is collecting information about how the new coronavirus in affecting businesses, and offering a library of resources to adapt.
For the last three days, students at the Franklin private school Battle Ground Academy have taken all of their classes online after a parent tested positive for the coronavirus.
The novel coronavirus has slowed travel all over the world, and Williamson County’s tourism economy will likely take a big hit as well.
Schools have been closed since Friday, when health officials reported the first case of COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, in Williamson County. Last weekend, the district conducted a deep cleaning of schools.
Tuesday evening update: Williamson County Schools will remain closed Wednesday, March 11, due to the concerns surrounding the coronavirus.
Many local businesses developed plans to deal with the new coronavirus well before state health officials reported the first case of the disease caused by the virus in Williamson County.
State and county level emergency management officials and medical professionals are taking steps to avoid the spread of the coronavirus in Williamson County.
The devastating tornadoes that swept through Tennessee early Tuesday morning didn’t touch down in Williamson County, but a number of local businesses are finding ways to help following the disaster.
A New York City tech company is planning to move its headquarters to Williamson County, creating 50 jobs over the next three years.
The multi-family arm of a Canadian real estate investment fund paid $82.9 million for a recently completed apartment complex in Cool Springs.
EDIT: This story was updated on February 21 to include information from Tractor Supply Company's 2019 annual report, which was released on February 20, and a press release from Kirkland's released February 21.
The Franklin-based renewable energy company Enexor has released a small power plant that will run on plastic waste.