McLean, Virginia-based Mars Inc. will acquire pet-food brand NomNomNow Inc., which offers a Nashville plant.
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The Arena Group on Tuesday announced it has signed an agreement to acquire Nashville-based AMG/Parade, the parent company of Sunday national publication insert Parade magazine.
The assisted living home Traditions of Spring Hill was acquired by the Birmingham-based company Atlas Senior Living on Thursday, who announced the facility will be rebranded and renamed to The Goldton at Spring Hill.
The Books-A-Million in the Spring Hill shopping district The Crossings will permanently close next week on Jan. 16, a local representative confirmed on Monday.
Mapco, the Franklin-based convenience store chain with nearly 340 stores throughout the Southeastern region of the U.S., will be hosting a National Hiring Day event across all locations Saturday.
The development plan for a mixed-use complex of residential and live-work spaces is coming to a site of over 7.5 acres with the intent to develop much of the land with plenty of amenities for the community.
Nashville home prices will keep rising in 2022 as buyers continue to compete for a limited number of homes for sale, Greater Nashville Realtors president Steve Jolly predicted.
GBT Realty’s plans for Southcrest, a mixed-use development located along Nolensville Pike near Old Burkitt Road were big — but now they are bigger.
After launching in mid-December, Mojo's Tacos in Thompson's Station has seen a successful first few weeks of operation, and last week was granted a liquor license from the town of Thompson's Station.
After the O’More College of Design — a small, private interior design and architecture school — was acquired by Belmont University in 2018, Franklin preservationists feared the fate of the historic estate.
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Activist investor Sardar Biglari is once again requesting that Cracker Barrel Old Country Store Inc. alter its management and expansion strategies — the latest in what is now an effort of 10-plus years.
Spring Hill resident Cherryl Carden recently brought her pet care franchise from Georgia to serve Williamson and Rutherford Counties.
Downtown’s The George Jones — a museum, restaurant and bar that honored the talents of the late musician variously known as “The Possum” and “No Show” — has permanently closed.
The nonprofit's annual list of endangered properties includes bomb-damaged Second Avenue buildings, a legendary nightclub and a civil rights landmark
Nashville homebuyers are still having to move quickly to clinch a deal, forcing many of them to make snap decisions about what house to purchase and sometimes pay over asking price. Some potential buyers are reluctant to overpay and say they are waiting for the market to “soften” in 2022.
A 17,500-square-foot Ace Hardware store - named Butters' Ace Hardware - will be coming to Thompson's Station next year according to a news release, with a groundbreaking ceremony scheduled for next week on Saturday, Dec. 11, at 11 a.m.
Nashville-based HCA Healthcare continues to expand its facility network in Florida with the announcement of three new acute care hospitals in Gainesville, Forth Myers and The Villages.
Meharry Medical College President James Hildreth announced the historically Black medical college will be using federal funding made available through the CARES Act to give each of its 965 students $10,000 — no strings attached.
If the pandemic had never happened, Nashville’s tech scene likely would have grown over the past year. But the economic effects of COVID have catapulted Nashville’s technology scene to heights few would have predicted a year ago.
In an announcement made on the business' Facebook page, Great White Express Car Wash has confirmed it will be moving forward on constructing a second location in Spring Hill after a brief legal battle with the city last year.
General Motors is currently seeking 120 temporary production workers to join its team at the Spring Hill Plant, and will be holding a hiring event on Tuesday, Nov. 16.
In honor of their 87th Anniversary in business, Jimmy Kelly’s Steakhouse is holding a one day sale on Thursday, Nov. 11, granting customers a special $100 gift card for only $50.
Four veteran-owned companies in Williamson County are generating at least around a million dollars based on 2020 revenue reporting.
Spring Hill is one more step closer to getting its own Texas Roadhouse after the city's planning commission approved Monday a request to remove a public access easement on the proposed site.
Like many companies, Enexor BioEnergy, a renewable energy company based in Williamson County, pivoted during the pandemic.
Nashville technology job postings jumped 44 percent year-over-year in the third quarter, according to CompTIA, a trade association focused on IT.
Residents of Spring Hill welcomed the latest business to the city Friday afternoon with the grand opening of BatteriesPlus+; an American retail chain that specializes electronics, phones, automobiles and unsurprisingly, batteries of all kinds.