Prose to open boutique nail salon in McEwen Northside in Franklin
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By Wendy Sturges |
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The county has not seen case numbers at that level since October, before a surge in new cases around the holiday season, according to Tennessee Department of Health data.
This is the first Tennessee location for the company.
An official with Trader Joe's said the company is in the very early process of opening a store in Cool Springs.
Franklin is one step closer to having its first Trader Joe's location following approval from the city to sell wine in the area.
Plans are moving forward for a new fire station on Split Log Road.
The specialty grocery store has filed paperwork to sell wine at a location on Cool Springs Boulevard.
While 2020 may not have been an ideal time to start a business, The Merrystem owner Lauren Bourgeois said there has never been a greater need for a shop that helps add comfort in times of hardship.
In seeking to aid young men who do not walk the traditional path of college or work after K-12 schooling, Bill and Stacy Spencer, founders and executive directors of Narrow Gate, created an organization that aims to instill a sense of purpose while providing job skills and training.
Summer will be here before you know it, and several local camps have already announced 2021 dates.