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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 …

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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.

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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.

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By MATT MASTERS Williamson Inc. welcomed new Nolensville business Cryo and Contour with a ribbon cutting on Wednesday. Cryo and Contour is a clinic that offers specialized weight loss services, personal training, cryotherapy, body contouring and DNA and metabolism testing among other services. Dr. Lorina Poe, owner and medical director at Cryo and Contour, said …

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By MATT MASTERS The Nolensville Police Department was given 15 trauma kits by local business leaders on Wednesday. The trauma kits include items like tourniquets, scissors and bandages to stop bleeding — tools that can mean the difference between life and death. The department’s need for the supplies was brought to the attention of Nolensville …

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STAFF REPORTS Williamson, Inc., which incorporates both the Chamber of Commerce and Economic Development, will host a Nolensville business luncheon on Thursday at Providence Baptist Church. The luncheon will take place from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. with guest speakers Kate Cortner, with Parmenter and Company, and DJ Jensen, the operator of the Nolensville 411 …

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TENNESSEE WILDLIFE RESOURCES AGENCY Turkey season opens up this weekend, but if your interest is more in fishing, you are invited to check out the Normandy Fish Hatchery, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, March 30. The Hatchery will hold an open house for the public to come out and the inner workings of …

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Pharmacy Care of Tennessee earlier this year welcomed Cindy Taliaferro Smith, PharmD, BCPS, a Bio-identical Hormone Replacement Specialist. Smith attended pharmacy school at The University of Tennessee in Memphis and has worked in the Bio-identical Hormone Replacement Therapy arena for more than 15 years partnering with hundreds of patients in their journey toward healthy balance. …

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Williamson, Inc.’s Nolensville Business Luncheon for February is set for 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.  on Thursday, February 21. According to an announcement of the event from the chamber, attendees will hear from Nolensville officials about the future growth and planning in Nolensville, including trends and developments opening and how this growth is strategic for …

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Staci L. Irwin, Nolensville, Tennessee, a Modern Woodmen of America representative, recently earned the designation, Fraternal Insurance Counselor, Fellow (FICF). The FICF title is an educational designation that can be earned by career life insurance representatives associated with fraternal insurance societies. Representatives devote more than one year to meet the examination and career development criteria …

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By MATT BLOIS A new local sports bar is scheduled to open in the Nippers Corner area of Nashville near Brentwood in December. Restaurant owners Sam Sanchez and Al Thomas are planning to open Sam’s Place, a sports themed restaurant, near the intersection of Edmondson Pike and Old Hickory Boulevard. Sanchez and Thomas already own …

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By MELISSA HAMBRICK About the time you were drinking your first cup of coffee this morning, 100 people were being served breakfast in bed — freshly made Chick-fil-A delivered to their parking lot campsites. These are the die-hard fans who braved sleeping overnight in tents, sleeping bags, and folding chairs at Chick-fil-A’s newest restaurant at 5805 Nolensville Pike, …

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By MATT BLOIS Nolensville recently granted a certificate of compliance to the new owner of an existing liquor store and a group that is opening a new liquor store. The Board of Mayor and Aldermen gave a certificate to the new owner of R & B Liquors, Jagdish Dadlani. He recently purchased the store from …

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By MATT BLOIS Nolensville moved closer to a ban on car dealerships in a category of zoning located on the north end of town at a Board of Mayor and Alderman meeting on Thursday night. The board gave initial approval to an ordinance that would prohibit car dealerships from the commercial regional zoning category, but …

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By MATT BLOIS The Town of Nolensville got a slight boost in its credit rating last week. The financial research company Moody’s upgraded the town’s credit rating from Aa3 to Aa2 on July 23. The rating is the company’s opinion of the town’s ability to pay back its debts. The Aa rating signifies that the …

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By MATT BLOIS Part of the sales from the Thursday farmers markets in Brentwood will go toward Big Brothers Big Sisters of Middle Tennessee. Vendors at the market in City Park plan to donate 10 percent of sales on Thursday to the charity organization. Big Brothers Big Sisters connects children facing adversity with mentors.    …

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NEW COMMERCIAL Japanese Grill; 7340 Nolensville Road, Suite 107, Nolensville, TN 37135; Build out; Applicant: Craftlogic; Contractor/ owner: S. Yaldian; Square feet: 3,060; Approved: May 3, 2018 Barrels & Brews; 200 Burkitt Commons, Nolensville, TN 37135; Build out; Applicant: DAV Construction; Contractor/owner: Vik Surati; Square feet: 4,600; Approved: May 4, 2018 Greenbrook North/ Physical Therapy; …

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Greg Smith of Nolensville recently was named Atmos Energy’s Vice-President of Technical Service for their Mid-States Division. Smith, whose career with Atmos Energy began in 1996; will responsible for overseeing all of the divisional tech services areas of engineering, compliance, safety, procurement, environmental affairs, measurement, information technology and mapping. Smith served in various capacities since being with Atmos …

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Photo courtesy of Flickr user Dawn McIlvain Stahl By MATT BLOIS Brentwood has determined that doctors’ offices can have mail order pharmacies. In January, the mail order pharmacy Inception Rx asked the Planning Commission to consider allowing that type of business in commercial office properties. Inception Rx is currently located in the TD Ameritrade Building on Franklin …

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The Brentwood Farmer’s Market will kick off its inaugural seasonal farmers market on Thursday, June 7, in CityPark Brentwood, according to Boyle Investment Company, owner and operator of CityPark. Kasi Haire, who runs the Berry Farms and Nolensville Farmer’s Markets, will manage the Brentwood Farmer’s Market. The Brentwood Farmer’s Market will operate every Thursday from 4 p.m. until …

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VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER Vanderbilt Health and Williamson Medical Center are opening a fifth walk-in clinic in Williamson County, providing Nolensville residents and those in the surrounding area with care closer to home. Opening Monday, April 30, the new facility joins existing Williamson County walk-in clinics located in Brentwood, Cool Springs, Franklin and Spring Hill. Clinicians …