NASHVILLE POST By Kara Hartnett Community Health Systems shares rose about 15 percent Tuesday after the company announced second-quarter results that beat analysts' forecasts — while still posting a multimillion-dollar loss. The Franklin-based health care giant posted a $167 million net loss on revenues of $3.3 billion — a 7.3 percent decrease — in the
By GEERT DE LOMBAERDE NashvillePost.com Ron Fincher, the veteran behavioral health care executive who has been COO of Acadia Healthcare since early 2011, will leave the company in about two weeks. Franklin-based Acadia will say goodbye to Fincher, 65, on July 15. The executive has for years been one of the closest associates of Joey
By MATT BLOIS The Chief Human Resources Officer for the Brentwood health care company Surgery Partners will leave in July. Dr. Angela Justice started the human resources job at Surgery Partners in March 2018. She will leave the company on July 1, but will continue to serve in a consulting capacity through July 30. Before
Staff from Visit Franklin and the Heritage Foundation of Williamson County, along with Franklin Mayor Ken Moore and others from the community take part in the ribbon cutting for the new Midnight Sun Scavenger Hunt at the Park at Harlinsdale Farm. // Photo by John McBryde By JOHN McBRYDE In a sense, the first Visit
Franklin Financial Network, Inc. (NYSE: FSB), the parent company (the "Company") of Franklin Synergy Bank (the "Bank"), today reported that last Friday, after the market closed, S&P Dow Jones Indices announced that the Company will be added to the S&P SmallCap 600 index, effective prior to the opening of trading on Monday, June 18, 2018. The
The traffic in Nashville is bad and getting noticeably worse. “It certainly has changed in Nashville and it is changing every day, [and] not for the better,” says Nolensville mayor Jimmy Alexander. “[It’s] the same thing out here [in Nolensville]. We’ve had a spurt of growth here that is unprecedented. When I moved here [in 1999] we had
By RUSSELL VANNOZZI If early indications are accurate, Heartland Partners president Brian Schiedemeyer might be on to something with his vision for the 231 Public Square project in Franklin. The 43,000-square-foot redevelopment overlooking Franklin Square will house several office tenants and two restaurants, including a yet-to-be-named rooftop venue that already has residents clamoring for reservations.
ABOVE: Dave Kumatz, Leadership Brentwood class of '18, Lynn Tucker ’03, Sheila Cleveland, ’16, Betsy Crossley, ’05, Robbie Hayes ’17, and Tom Tunnicliffe,’18. By DEB ENRIGHT “… anyone can start serving any time because while you are looking for some way to serve, there are people and organizations out there looking for you, they just