Trader Joe's opens in Cool Springs; Chuy's now serving Brentwood and more area business news from August
Trader Joe's is now open in Cool Springs. (Wendy Sturges/Community Impact Newspaper)
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Read about businesses now open or coming soon from Community Impact Newspaper’s August coverage in Franklin and Brentwood.
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The shop offers skin care; scents; gifts; and its signature bath products, such as bath bombs, bubble bars and body scrubs.
The mixed-use center marked the completion of Phase 2 with the opening of the new AC Hotel Brentwood.
Both Williamson County Schools and Franklin Special School District have extended their mask mandates for students and staff.
Early voting in the city of Franklin begins in less than 3 weeks, are you registered to vote?
The Franklin Urban Growth Boundary, more commonly known as the UGB, determines areas around the city that may be annexed in the future as the population grows.
Franklin business updates, Brownland Farms development updates and more top news from the Nashville area
Read the most popular business and community news from the past week from the Nashville area.
According to Superintendent Jason Golden, staff is likely to recommend approving a mask mandate extension, citing a decline in cases since the mandates were approved.
Read the latest business and community news thus far in September from the Franklin area.
Owners Eric and Felour Shanklin drew inspiration from their family for the menu when naming dishes—diners will find dishes like the Ivan ala Vodka and the Priscilla, each named for the couple’s children.
In addition to being able to choose from more than 6,000 different painting options, the studio also offers classes for themed paintings like fall landscapes or even Paint Your Pet classes.
The project is up for final approval Oct. 12.