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FOOTBALL ROUNDUP: Page, Nolensville, Franklin, Summit, BGA all earn wins

PHOTO: Franklin running back Matt Gaca fights for yardage in a game against Centennial earlier this season. / STEVE WHEELER BY RUSSELL VANNOZZI The high school football regular season came to an end Friday. Some are on to the playoffs, while others will clean out their lockers and head home. Each of the Williamson County

By | 2018-10-27T06:49:26+00:00 October 27th, 2018|Categories: Featured, Featured - SHHP, Sports, WillCo Football|Tags: , , , , , , |Comments Off on FOOTBALL ROUNDUP: Page, Nolensville, Franklin, Summit, BGA all earn wins

Columbia State’s Hospitality and Tourism program helps fill Williamson County’s labor needs

Photo courtesy of Columbia State Community College By RUSSELL VANNOZZI A nationwide labor shortage has put a strain on all types of business, but hospitality and tourism have been among the hardest-hit industries. Staffing needs are especially noticeable in the ever-growing Nashville area, where many businesses are struggling to keep up with consumer demand. In

By | 2018-09-09T21:25:39+00:00 September 10th, 2018|Categories: Business, BW-Money, BW-News, Columbia State, Featured, Featured - SHHP, More News|Tags: , , , , |Comments Off on Columbia State’s Hospitality and Tourism program helps fill Williamson County’s labor needs

Demand for caregivers powers quick growth in senior services company

PHOTO: Owner Steve Logan is pictured with his support staff at the Always Best Care office in Nashville on August 8, 2018. // RUSSELL VANNOZZI By RUSSELL VANNOZZI The American population is quite literally getting older every year. According to a study conducted by the Population Reference Bureau, 13 percent of the U.S. population was

By | 2018-08-17T16:17:10+00:00 August 16th, 2018|Categories: BW-Healthcare|Tags: , , , , , , |Comments Off on Demand for caregivers powers quick growth in senior services company

Amano brothers traded football for Hawaiian BBQ, and found success

PHOTO: Eugene Amano, left, and Fred Amano, right, are former professional football players that now own several L&L Hawaiian Barbecue franchises. / RUSSELL VANNOZZI By RUSSELL VANNOZZI When Eugene and Fred Amano wrapped up their football careers around the same time, they decided their next move would be in the restaurant business. The two brothers

Lipscomb’s CEO Connect program helps business leaders take the next step

PHOTO: CEO Connect students work on a case study at the Spark Idea Center in Cool Springs. // KRISTI JONES, Lipscomb University By RUSSELL VANNOZZI The path to becoming a CEO is almost never any easy one. Years of schooling and advancing through the corporate ranks can make for a successful career, but how can

By | 2018-08-03T20:26:23+00:00 August 6th, 2018|Categories: Business, BW-News, Featured|Tags: , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Lipscomb’s CEO Connect program helps business leaders take the next step

Is there a retirement crisis? Acuff and Associates CEO and NIPA President-Elect Trina Gross weighs in

By RUSSELL VANNOZZI Trina Gross knows a thing or two about planning for retirement. A 27-year veteran of Acuff & Associates, the Brentwood resident is well-versed in pensions, 401(k) plans and stock-ownership plans. If it involves retirement, Gross is on the case. So does she think America is hitting a retirement crisis, as has been claimed

By | 2018-08-02T15:16:39+00:00 August 2nd, 2018|Categories: BW-Money|Tags: , , , , , |Comments Off on Is there a retirement crisis? Acuff and Associates CEO and NIPA President-Elect Trina Gross weighs in

Liberty Financial expands Middle Tennessee presence with first of two full-service branches

By RUSSELL VANNOZZI Evansville Teachers Federal Credit Union’s Liberty Financial division has opened a new, full-service retail branch in Franklin to better serve its Nashville-area members. ETFCU purchased the Liberty Financial brand in late 2016 with plans to do more for its current members by expanding its geographic footprint. “We have members in all 50

By | 2018-07-19T18:27:24+00:00 July 23rd, 2018|Categories: Business, BW-News, Featured|Tags: , , , , , , |Comments Off on Liberty Financial expands Middle Tennessee presence with first of two full-service branches

Swanky’s Taco Shop permanently closes Franklin location

PHOTO: Swanky's Taco Shop in Franklin is closed and the building is for lease.// RUSSELL VANNOZZI By RUSSELL VANNOZZI Franklin residents have one less place to get their taco fix. A peek inside Swanky's front window revealed that the space has been cleaned out. / RUSSELL VANNOZZI According to Swanky’s Taco Shop co-owner

By | 2018-07-10T18:22:36+00:00 July 10th, 2018|Categories: Business, BW-News, Featured, Franklin|Tags: , , , |Comments Off on Swanky’s Taco Shop permanently closes Franklin location

20-percent drop in new business licenses isn’t a concern, Chamber says

PHOTO: Office developments like Franklin Park have brought many new businesses and jobs to Williamson County, although the area saw a drop in new business licenses during the first quarter of 2018. // RUSSELL VANNOZZI By RUSSELL VANNOZZI New businesses can be found just about everywhere you look in Williamson County. Whether it’s the possibility

By | 2018-07-06T19:58:30+00:00 July 9th, 2018|Categories: BW-News, Featured|Tags: , , , |Comments Off on 20-percent drop in new business licenses isn’t a concern, Chamber says

Chamber CEO says Nashville transit plan’s defeat makes Williamson’s discussion more urgent

By RUSSELL VANNOZZI Just seven weeks after the Nashville transit plan was overwhelming rejected by voters, Williamson County business leaders and residents are set to gather at Williamson, Inc.’s 4th Annual Transportation Summit on Tuesday, June 19. The failed transit plan, along with ideas for future traffic solutions, will be among several topics discussed at the

By | 2018-06-18T00:04:47+00:00 June 18th, 2018|Categories: Business, BW-News|Tags: , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Chamber CEO says Nashville transit plan’s defeat makes Williamson’s discussion more urgent