MILES, the Williamson County car wash enterprise that opened its first of three locations here nearly 14 years ago, has now expanded for the first time into Nashville.
Overall, 2020 was the slowest year for business starts in a decade, largely because of the huge dip in new licenses during the spring.
The vacancy rate for office space in Cool Springs reached nearly 19% in the final quarter of 2020, but the long term prospects for Williamson County’s business district remain promising.
At the end of 2019, there were more than 1,300 single family homes and condos for sale in the county. At the end of 2020, the number had dropped to 525, more than a 60 percent decline in the span of a year.
Franklin-based behavioral health network Summit BHC acquires addiction treatment provider in New Jersey
Tennessee Economic Development Commissioner Bob Rolfe will be the keynote speaker at the first Breakfast with the Mayors event of 2021 Tuesday, Jan. 26.
New data released by the Bureau of Economic Analysis shows that Williamson County’s gross domestic product jumped by about 4.6% in 2019.
The coronavirus pandemic pushed companies throughout the health care industry to dramatically increase their use of telehealth.
In November, the median home price in Brentwood cracked $1 million. The city also had a median home price over $1 million in June.
Williamson County is home to several large health care companies with facilities all across the U.S. and one of the largest senior living companies in the country.
Middle Tennessee’s technology job base grew by more than a third in the past five years, picking up the pace from the middle of the decade. And while expansion will slow in the near future, the sector is still expected to handily outpace overall job growth.
The CFO of Cracker Barrel Old Country Store will retire at the end of the year and be succeeded for now by a 19-year Cracker Barrel veteran who has been overseeing the company’s sourcing and supply chain work since late 2016.Jill Golder joined Lebanon-based Cracker Barrel in the spring of 20…
The Greater Nashville Technology Council on Thursday announced the finalists for the 12th annual NTC Awards, which will see 15 winners announced in mid-April. (Click here for more info on the hybrid event.)
For Ryan Thomas, bourbon is an art form. From the days of collecting bourbon all the way to opening his own distillery, he has found a way to not only intensify his love of bourbon, but also fulfill his dream of creating an inclusive, driven, close knit work environment that is often so hard…
Even before the pandemic, the Middle Tennessee’s tech industry had a high rate of remote work, but the Franklin-based company Rustici Software is different.
Tractor Supply has recruited the general counsel of an Atlanta dental technology equipment company to take over that role from the retiring Ben Parrish.
Nashville Tech Council Foundation names Williamson leader a visionary
Earlier this year, one of the best-selling items in the Tin Cottage’s online store was a notepad bearing the image of the rapper Snoop Dogg. The phrase Fo’ Scribbles, a riff on the rapper’s famous catchphrase, is printed at the bottom in a gothic font.
The Williamson County based restaurant group A. Marshall Hospitality will provide meals to families in need during the holiday season.