Planning Commission gives OK to food truck ordinance

February 6, 2017 Franklin Home Page by Landon Woodroof An ordinance that would change Brentwood’s zoning laws to allow food trucks to operate more freely in the city received a recommendation of approval from the Planning Commission Monday night. The ordinance, and another that deals with the related subject of food truck regulation, had been…

Brentwood Academy students devote day for serving the community

As part of the twice-yearly Joe Campbell Service Day, the entire Brentwood Academy student body (788 students), along with the faculty, spread out across the community to serve various ways. Under the direction of Spiritual Life Director Rian Berger, students did volunteer work at numerous nonprofits including Graceworks, Mercy Ministries, Second Harvest Food Bank, The…

Habitat Williamson-Maury to hold second annual Hab-a-Splash! & Winter Festival

Westhaven to host FREE, family event – all are invited   On Saturday, February 25, Habitat for Humanity Williamson-Maury (HFHWM) will hold its second annual Hab-a-Splash! & Winter Festival at the Westhaven Resort Pool at 401 Cheltenham Ave in Franklin, TN. The festival is free and open to the public. In addition, Habitat is seeking…

Gateway Chamber Orchestra offers 2-concert “Mini-Series”

Celebrating the music of Haydn and Beethoven   The Gateway Chamber Orchestra presents popular classical masterpieces and stunning original works by contemporary composers to the residents of Middle Tennessee with its 2-concert “Mini-Series” Subscription. Known for its authentic, nuanced musical interpretations, the GCO will be performing Haydn’s triumphant “Military” Symphony and The Wound Dresser by John Adams,…

Governor Haslam, Commissioner Boyd announce Call 2 Answer, LLC to establish operations in Spring Hill

Medical and urgent contact center to create 250 new jobs   Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam, Economic and Community Development Commissioner Randy Boyd and Call 2 Answer, LLC officials announced today that the company will invest $800,000 for a new medical and urgent contact center that will create 250 jobs in Maury County. Call 2 Answer…

The Food Biz: Raley restaurant readied for Factory

January 27, 2017 Nashville Post Nashville-based restaurateur Terry Raley is planning a summer opening for his next concept: Liberty Green at The Factory at Franklin The restaurant will focus on creating a social green space at The Factory at Franklin, Post sister publication Nashville Scene reports. Raley — the owner/operator behind Germantown’s Butchertown Hall and…