A weekly summary of the most recent property transfers in Williamson County.
Shares of hospital companies fell on Friday as investors digested the proposed support for the sector in the federal stimulus bill moving through Congress versus the apparent loss of business they are experiencing.
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.
A long-time Nashville business, California Closets Tennessee (CCT), announced virtual appointments, emergency financing for those impacted by COVID-19 while offering home office organizing tips and a chance to win a Martha Stewart Everyday System desk system according to Kurt Schusterman, fr…
Cracker Barrel Old Country Store executives have drawn down the $487 million available to them under their revolving credit line and suspended their dividend and stock buyback programs as they process the COVID-19 shockwave.
One Spring Hill business that has met the challenge of adapting during the pandemic is Luis Classic Barbershop, who despite seeing a significant drop in customers, has managed to stay afloat.
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.
This list of restaurants offering to-go, curbside or limited dine-in offerings will be updated to reflect the most current options.
For the past week, public health experts and government officials have been urging citizens, in increasingly serious tones, to stay home as much as possible to slow the spread of COVID-19, the illness caused by the novel coronavirus that has sparked a global pandemic. Those calls have been e…
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.
Stones River Dermatology has opened a new practice in Thompson’s Station, its third location since it began providing dermatology services over a decade ago.
There was no hiding Monday for Nashville-area stocks as investors continued to assess the economic damage being done by the spread of the novel coronavirus and its associated COVID-19 illness.
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.
Starbucks coffee are moving to a “to-go” model amid growing numbers of coronavirus cases, with some local Starbucks locations in Brentwood and Franklin having already kicked off the new model Monday.
This month’s rundown of the top residential sales in Williamson County features some interesting names in the buyer and seller blocks.
The novel coronavirus has slowed travel all over the world, and Williamson County’s tourism economy will likely take a big hit as well.
In just a week, we can officially say winter is over based on the calendar. Of course, there are those unofficial "winters" here in the South (ever heard of blackberry or dogwood?) that will continue for a while and seem to vary in name and number depending on who you ask. But, for the mos…
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.
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.
A Franklin business offering ride-sharing services in Williamson County is at the center of a lawsuit by the Metro Nashville Airport Authority.