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Data show Nashville is a top market for real estate agents

Data show Nashville is a top market for real estate agents
Nashville is the ninth-best city in the United States to be a real estate agent, with the third healthiest real estate market, according to a new study by wallethub.com, a personal finance Web site. The study compared the 150 most populated U.S. cities, plus at least two of the most populated cities in each state. ...
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A-Game to be acquired by Franklin Fieldhouse owner; Alliance Volleyball turns down offer to merge

A-Game to be acquired by Franklin Fieldhouse owner; Alliance Volleyball turns down offer to merge
By BROOKE WANSER Management for Alliance Volleyball emailed families Friday to discuss their venue’s acquisition by Franklin Fieldhouse owner Trigg Wilkes, who is part of a group that has signed a letter of intent to purchase A-Game Sportsplex. The volleyball club board president, John Briggs, also said Alliance had decided not to merge with Tennessee ...
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Maury Regional makes top 15 in outcomes, costs, and patient satisfaction

Maury Regional makes top 15 in outcomes, costs, and patient satisfaction
MAURY REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER Maury Regional Health (MRH) is the only system in Tennessee to be named one of the nation’s 15 Top Health Systems by IBM Watson Health in 2018. Formerly known as the Truven Health Analytics® 15 Top Health Systems, this study spotlights best-performing health systems in the U.S., based on a balanced scorecard ...
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Local doctors join board of Tennessee Veterinary Medical Association

Local doctors join board of Tennessee Veterinary Medical Association
The Tennessee Veterinary Medical Association (TVMA) recently named its 2018 Executive Board, including two veterinarians from practices in Williamson County. The newly elected officers are: President – Russell Reel, DVM, Morristown Animal Hospital, Morristown; President-Elect – Danny Walker, DVM, University of Tennessee at Martin; Vice-President –  Matt Povlovich, DVM, Ten...
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Jack Daniel’s podcast features Thompson’s Station’s H. Clark Distillery founder

Jack Daniel’s podcast features Thompson’s Station’s H. Clark Distillery founder
Last year, distillers across Tennessee came together to launch the Tennessee Whiskey Trail, a 30-stop tour of boutique-sized to well-known distilleries across the state. Jack Daniel’s gives an exciting inside look into the trail in a new episode of Around the Barrel, the official podcast of Jack Daniel’s, just in time for summer. Host Lucas Hendrickson joins ...
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Thompson’s Station Farmers Market launches season May 2

Thompson’s Station Farmers Market launches season May 2
The Thompson’s Station Farmers Market will kick off its 2018 season at 4 p.m. on Wednesday, May 2 in the barn at Homestead Manor. Now in its eighth year, the market will be held weekly on Wednesdays from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. through July 25, featuring more than 20 local vendors who have grown, made, baked, raised ...
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TDOT planner: Commuting alone is biggest transit challenge

TDOT planner: Commuting alone is biggest transit challenge
People typically don’t find what they don’t look for. While finding options to commute to work may be a challenge, it’s certainly not impossible.  Eighty-two percent of Nashville drivers commuted alone to work in 2016. “If that continue[s] to be the case, we’re in for a tough, tough time for traffic looking forward,” says Toks ...
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Chef, manager named as Elliston Place in Cool Springs starts hiring

Chef, manager named as Elliston Place in Cool Springs starts hiring
Hiring is under way as progress continues on the new Elliston Place Soda Shop in Cool Springs, the longtime Nashville restaurant known for its classic burgers, meat-and-three plates and homemade milkshakes. Among the first to join the staff are Becky Watkins as general manager and Jeff Brown as executive chef of the second location of ...
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Bone and Joint Institute breaks ground on blustery spring day

Bone and Joint Institute breaks ground on blustery spring day
PHOTO: Bone and Joint Institute surgeons break ground on their new practice’s building, located next to Williamson Medical Center, on Monday, April 16, 2018 / Photo by Brooke Wanser By BROOKE WANSER Gusting winds and unseasonably chilly temperatures couldn’t stop the new Bone and Joint Institute’s groundbreaking on Monday afternoon. The $40 million projec...
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Write about Spring Hill/Thompson’s Station for the Home Pages

Write about Spring Hill/Thompson’s Station for the Home Pages
Home Page Media Group has an immediate opening for a beat reporter who is interested in local news, public affairs, education, and the growth and development that is transforming this place we call home. If you’re the Home Page’s new Associate Editor/Reporter, you will know the Spring Hill/Thompson’s Station beat so well that you can report on the most ...
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Tennessee Manufacturers Association kicks off statewide manufacturing tour in Franklin

Tennessee Manufacturers Association kicks off statewide manufacturing tour in Franklin
PHOTO: Children from Fairview High School toured the HORN USA plant in Franklin on October 6, 2017.//Brooke Wanser By BROOKE WANSER At Columbia State Community College in Franklin, Friday the 13th marked the kickoff for a 13-city tour to highlight the economic impact of the state’s manufacturing industry and inform community leaders about the field’s ...
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Walmart will add technology, remodel Tennessee stores

Walmart will add technology, remodel Tennessee stores
Walmart announced this week that it expects to spend an estimated $31 million over the next year in Tennessee through the remodeling of nine stores as well as the rollout of several in-store and online innovations designed to help busy customers save time and money. The Franklin store at 3600 Mallory Lane is among nine ...
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First Business of Healthcare conference tackles issues facing top regional employers

First Business of Healthcare conference tackles issues facing top regional employers
By BROOKE WANSER Industry growth and challenges were discussed during the Business of Healthcare conference Wednesday afternoon, completing a double-header after the Outlook Williamson business conference concluded inside Liberty Hall at the Factory. The event, sponsored by Williamson, Inc. the county chamber of commerce, included a luncheon and a diverse panel of health i...
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Outlook Williamson stresses workforce preferences and mobility

Outlook Williamson stresses workforce preferences and mobility
ABOVE: The blue color on this map from CBRE Research that was displayed at Outlook Williamson indicates suburban areas with a high “live, work, play index.” Franklin and Brentwood fit the criteria.   By MARK COOK As early voting began on Wednesday in Nashville on a referendum to raise taxes and improve transit, a group ...
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