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Downtown Franklin’s 231 Public Square continues adding tenants

By JOHN McBRYDE Two more tenants are scheduled to open for business in the 231 Public Square building in downtown Franklin, one as soon as next week. Mizzouri, a full-service global research firm, will move in to its new space on Monday, according to Brian Schiedemeyer, president of Heartland Partners, the group redeveloping the building.

By | 2019-02-15T20:13:55+00:00 February 15th, 2019|Categories: Business, BW-News, Featured|Tags: , , , |Comments Off on Downtown Franklin’s 231 Public Square continues adding tenants

Soon to be third-largest performance venue in Middle Tennessee, Graystone Quarry Amphitheater, partners with Live Nation for future shows

PHOTO: A rendition of the completed Amphitheater / Photo courtesy of Nancy McEachern BY ALEXANDER WILLIS Graystone Quarry in Thompson’s Station has partnered with the events promoter and venue operator Live Nation for future musical performances and events, as revealed in a press release made public on Thursday. PHOTO: Rendition of the Graystone Quarry, along

By | 2019-02-08T17:54:01+00:00 February 8th, 2019|Categories: Business, BW-News, Featured, Featured - SHHP|Comments Off on Soon to be third-largest performance venue in Middle Tennessee, Graystone Quarry Amphitheater, partners with Live Nation for future shows

Williamson County legislators tell chamber they want to change school funding and improve infrastructure

By MATT BLOIS State legislators from Williamson County told a group at a Williamson Inc. event on Tuesday morning they want to change the way Tennessee funds public schools. State Sen. Jack Johnson also said he expects the 2020 census will require the state to redraw Williamson County’s political districts due to rapid growth. Representative

By | 2019-02-05T21:57:50+00:00 February 6th, 2019|Categories: BW-News, Featured, Featured - SHHP, More News|Tags: |Comments Off on Williamson County legislators tell chamber they want to change school funding and improve infrastructure

Brentwood company is building a high-tech home to be featured in ‘House Beautiful’

A rendering of the home Castle Homes will build for House Beautiful Magazine. // Image courtesy of Castle Homes By MATT BLOIS A Brentwood company is building a high-tech home that will be featured in in a home decor and design magazine later this year. Castle Homes, a custom home builder based in Brentwood, is

By | 2019-02-04T22:58:25+00:00 February 5th, 2019|Categories: BW-News, BW-Real-Estate, Featured|Tags: |Comments Off on Brentwood company is building a high-tech home to be featured in ‘House Beautiful’

GAP certification for farms ensures food safety for hospitals, grocery stores

TENNESSEE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Tennessee farmers looking to expand their markets and increase food safety by becoming Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) certified now have the opportunity to receive financial assistance from the Tennessee Department of Agriculture. GAP certification allows producers to sell directly to more businesses and institutions with stringent food safety requirements, such as grocery

By | 2019-02-04T23:21:38+00:00 February 5th, 2019|Categories: Business, Featured|Comments Off on GAP certification for farms ensures food safety for hospitals, grocery stores

Grilled Cheeserie expected to open this spring on Main Street in downtown Franklin

ABOVE: The long line at the Grilled Cheeserie food truck at the Eat the Street festival in Franklin last spring attests to the cuisine's popularity. / File photo By JOHN McBRYDE Work has been under way for some time on the new downtown Franklin location of the Grilled Cheeserie restaurant, with an opening expected later

By | 2019-02-02T03:08:04+00:00 February 2nd, 2019|Categories: Business, BW-News, Community, Featured, Food + Drink, More News|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Grilled Cheeserie expected to open this spring on Main Street in downtown Franklin

County line runs through Hoss’ Loaded Burgers dining room in Nolensville

By RACHAEL LONG // Photos courtesy of Ben Matthews Nolensville residents will have another dining option Monday when Hoss’ Loaded Burgers opens in the new Burkitt Commons development in Nolensville. Dallas Shaw opened Hoss’ Loaded Burgers as a food truck serving Nashville in 2011. The Nolensville restaurant will be the owner and chef’s first brick and

By | 2019-02-01T17:10:23+00:00 February 1st, 2019|Categories: Business, BW-News, Featured, Nolensville, WillCo Arts|Tags: , , , , |Comments Off on County line runs through Hoss’ Loaded Burgers dining room in Nolensville

Nashville Predators marketing team shares secrets to dramatic turnaround

PHOTO: Vice President of corporate partnerships for the Nashville Predators, Delmar Smith, shares the methods that led to the team's huge success in recent years Friday morning in Franklin./ / Photo by Alexander Willis BY ALEXANDER WILLIS After a decade of uncertainty, leadership changes and poor ticket sales, the Nashville Predators have made a complete

By | 2019-02-01T20:33:39+00:00 February 1st, 2019|Categories: Business, BW-News, Featured, Featured - SHHP|Comments Off on Nashville Predators marketing team shares secrets to dramatic turnaround

Former Brentwood CEO returned to Nashville, faces charges in multi-million dollar investment scheme

By RACHAEL LONG A former Brentwood CEO appeared before a U.S. Magistrate in Nashville Monday after his capture in Jacksonville, Florida earlier this month, according to U.S. Attorney Don Cochran. Cochran, for the Middle District of Tennessee, said in a press release that George David George of Franklin faces several charges, many dating back to

By | 2019-01-30T19:53:12+00:00 January 30th, 2019|Categories: Brentwood, BW-News, Featured, More News|Tags: , , , , , |Comments Off on Former Brentwood CEO returned to Nashville, faces charges in multi-million dollar investment scheme

Williamson County businesses say hiring people with disabilities improves workplace culture, employment rate

PHOTO: Seth Jackson and Maddie Wolfe, who attended Williamson County Schools, work at a Tazikis restaurant in Williamson County in 2017. / WCS InFocus By MATT BLOIS Representatives from several Williamson County companies say that hiring people with disabilities makes the world a better place, but also helps their bottom line. Williamson Inc. hosted an event

By | 2019-01-30T00:48:15+00:00 January 30th, 2019|Categories: Business, BW-News, Featured, Featured - SHHP, More News|Tags: , , , , |Comments Off on Williamson County businesses say hiring people with disabilities improves workplace culture, employment rate