Businesses in Williamson County received hundreds of millions of dollars through the Paycheck Protection Program.
The visitors bureau for Williamson County is encouraging residents and visitors to wear a mask, arguing that it’s the best way to support the county’s struggling hospitality industry.
The assisted living center Morning Pointe in Spring Hill will be launching its new memory care building, dubbed The Lantern, Tuesday at 4:30 p.m., by way of a virtual ribbon cutting ceremony.
With more than 70 correctional and residential reentry facilities across the country, and an average inmate population of about 56,000 during the height of the pandemic, the Brentwood-based private prison operator CoreCivic finds itself at the center of the problem.
The Waffle House on Port Royal Road will reopen for business Friday morning at 7 a.m., and will remain open thereafter seven days a week from 6 a.m. - 2 p.m.
The coronavirus pandemic took an enormous financial toll on health care providers, especially those mainly provide elective care.
The Kroger on Port Royal Road in Spring Hill may see an “entire remodel” in the near future, with a request being submitted to the Planning Commission for an additional 31,750 square foot building expansion.
A group of J. Alexander’s Holdings insiders that includes the company's former and current CEOs have in the past 10 days spent more than $550,000 to build up their stakes in the restaurant operator.The buying spree by four executives and three board members came shortly after the Nashville-b…
Financial education and planning firm Ramsey Solutions on Monday said it is targeting a May 2021 opening for the second building at its Franklin headquarters campus.
A survey from the National Association of Colleges and Employers estimated that 83% of employers plan to make changes to their summer internship programs.
A company in Franklin that normally builds miniature power plants recently changed gears to design a simple ventilator to help hospitals during the coronavirus pandemic.
The drink menu for the Spring Hill Cracker Barrel just got a little bit bigger after city leaders unanimously approved the southern restaurant chain’s request for a beer permit Monday night.
The Spring Hill Cracker Barrel has moved to add beer, wine, hard ciders and mimosas to its Southern food offerings, applying for a beer permit from the city which will be reviewed and voted upon Monday night.
The number of home sales in Williamson County was still much lower last month than than the previous year, but new listings are starting to tick back up.
After first being teased during a Spring Hill city meeting back in January of 2019, the Utah-based Mexican restaurant chain Costa Vida has finally opened for business in Spring Hill.
Many companies in Williamson County released statements last week expressing support for racial equality after thousands of protestors across the U.S. demanded an end to systemic racism and police brutality.
The dean of Belmont’s Massey College of Business says businesses will need creativity and innovation as they adapt to the coronavirus pandemic, making diversity more important than ever.
Over the last several months, Williamson Inc. has worked hard to help local businesses find ways to keep operating during the coronavirus pandemic, but the chamber has taken a financial hit as well.
Shares of Cracker Barrel Old Country Store were up more than 5 percent Thursday, adding to their gains from the day before when several analysts lifted their price targets for the restaurant and retail chain on the heels of its quarterly results.
If Cracker Barrel Old Country Store’s experience coming back from the depths of the COVID-19 pandemic represents casual dining as a whole, the message would appear to be: We’re halfway back but who knows how long before we make up the rest of the lost ground.
Someone once said that “numbers cannot tell stories.” But I beg to differ. Sometimes the number is the story. Other times a number gives accent to the story. On occasion a number can even paint a picture.
Tennessee plans to use federal funds for coronavirus relief to issue payments to small businesses affected by the pandemic.
Reliant Bancorp’s CFO has resigned — becoming the third finance chief of a local publicly traded community bank to step aside this spring — and been succeeded by a former executive of First Advantage, the company Reliant bought two months ago.