By RACHAEL LONG / Photos by Rachael Long After months of planning and renovation, Erin and Bethany McAtee of E&B Coffee Roasters are ready to open their doors in Nolensville. Erin and Bethany McAtee pose for a photo inside their soon-to-be coffee shop, E&B Coffee Roasters, on Friday, Jan. 18, 2019, in Nolensville, Tenn.
By MATT BLOIS After years of population growth, Nolensville is finally seeing an influx of commercial development. Nolensville Mayor Jimmy Alexander outlined some of the major projects that are in the pipeline at an event for the business community in Nolensville hosted by Williamson Inc. on Thursday. “We see new subdivisions and people coming to
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 RACHAEL LONG More development is coming to the Nolensville area, after PGM Properties recently announced its acquisition of a 17-acre tract near the corner of Burkitt Road and Nolensville Pike, just north of town. Director of property management for PGM Diane Adcock said the land will be near the company’s existing 36,500 square-foot retail
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
PHOTO: Tower Community Bank President Hunter Battle is a Nolensville native and has a wealth of insight into the city's history and future./ / PHOTOS BY RUSSELL VANNOZZI By RUSSELL VANNOZZI Nolensville was once a sleepy small town, high on dairy farms and low on other commercial business. Now, according to Realtor.com, the city is