Nolensville’s Mill Creek Brewing looks beyond area for distribution

August 31, 2016 Franklin Home Page by Zach Harmuth The first-ever brewery in Nolensville released its first beer, Lil Darlin, last July. In May, it started full operations and its great-tasting craft beers have been flowing throughout the mid-state ever since. Mill Creek Brewing Company, founded by Chris Going and Michael Krewson, features four brews: Landmark,…

Chamber’s Mobility Week to address congestion with creative events

August 30, 2016 Brentwood Home Page by Samantha Hearn In just a few weeks the Williamson County Chamber will host a Mobility Week, where it will ask businesses in the area to participate in getting as many cars as possible off the roads during peak hours. From Sept. 12 to 16, the Chamber is partnering…

Fifty-three area companies land on Inc. 5000 list

August 17, 2016 Nashville Post by Bill Lewis The 2016 Inc. 5000 has been released, with Franklin-based natural health company Axe Wellness the top Middle Tennessee company in the ranking. Issued annually, the Inc. 5000 ranks the fastest growing private companies in the United States. Altogether, there are 53 Nashville-area private companies on the 2016…

How companies choose a site for new headquarters

August 23, 2016 Franklin Home Page by Corey Little Over the years, numerous national- and international- corporations have decided to make Williamson County home, opening regional or even national headquarters here. Schneider Electric USA and CKE Restaurant Holdings are two of the latest on this list, which includes Nissan North America, Mars Petcare, Tractor Supply…

30th anniversary edition of ‘Livability: Williamson County, TN’ magazine is now available!

  Williamson, Inc. Releases 30th Anniversary Edition of Livability: Williamson County, TN Magazine promotes county to newcomers, visitors and businesses   Williamson, Inc., the chamber of commerce and office of economic development for Williamson County, recently unveiled Livability: Williamson County, TN 2016­17, the 30th anniversary edition of its print and digital magazine that promotes the…

Franklin coworking space inspires creativity, collaboration

August 20, 2016 The Tennessean by Angela Folds Coworking spaces — membership-based workspaces where diverse groups of freelancers, remote workers and other independent professionals work together in a shared, communal setting — are on the rise in Middle Tennessee. In the past, when local professionals with home-based careers sought public or social settings in which…

Jeni’s Ice Creams among confirmed tenants for upcoming Brentwood mixed-use project

August 18, 2016 Nashville Business Journal by Will Racke Jeni’s Ice Creams will join a bevy of local and national retailers and restaurants in a $211 million Brentwood mixed-use development slated to open this fall. H.G. Hill Realty Co. announced Thursday a list of confirmed retail tenants for its Hill Center Brentwood project, a long-awaited…

Hill Center Brentwood lands multiple tenants

August 18, 2016 Nashville Post H.G. Hill Realty Co. announced Thursday multiple retail and restaurant tenants — including Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams, Core Power Yoga and SunTrust Bank — for its soon-to-open Hill Center Brentwood. Additional newly announced retailers and restaurants for the multi-building approximately $211 million mixed-use development include Hemline, Paper Source, Francesca’s, Fab’rik,…

New regional transit plan pitches bus-rapid transit for Williamson

August 17, 2016 Franklin Home Page by Emily West   Williamson County and Franklin have scarce references in a newly released transit study for the Nashville region, but Franklin’s mayor has a positive outlook on the plan. The Nashville Metro Transit Authority and Regional Transit Authority worked closely with local municipalities and the Tennessee Department of…