Serrato's Steakhouse now open in Franklin; Williamson County Schools adds new board member and more top news from the Nashville area

New Williamson County Schools Board Member Josh Brown was appointed during the Oct. 11 Williamson County Commission meeting. (Screenshot via Williamson County)
New Williamson County Schools Board Member Josh Brown was appointed during the Oct. 11 Williamson County Commission meeting. (Screenshot via Williamson County)

New Williamson County Schools Board Member Josh Brown was appointed during the Oct. 11 Williamson County Commission meeting. (Screenshot via Williamson County)

Read the most popular business and community news from the past week from Franklin and Brentwood in the Nashville area.

Omnia Partners to relocate corporate HQ to McEwen Northside in Franklin

The company is slated to occupy 75,000 square feet across three floors of a yet-to-be completed building on the site, marking an expansion for the company.

Serrato's Steakhouse to open Oct. 20 in Franklin

The eatery will offer hand-cut Prime steaks, seafood and salads as well as signature cocktails and a wine list.


Williamson County Schools adds new board member

Following the resignation of Williamson County Schools board member Brad Fiscus in late September, the board has welcomed Josh Brown as its newest representative for District 4.

City of Franklin to debut U.S. Colored Troops statue Oct. 23

On Oct. 23, the city of Franklin and representatives with The Fuller Story will complete a yearslong effort to bring more historical context to Franklin's Public Square.

Aldi announces opening dates for two new Brentwood locations

The two new stores are part of a nationwide expansion for the company, according to a release from earlier this year.

Wendy Sturges contributed to this report.


MOST RECENT

The Bone and Joint and Institute of Tennessee is opening a new Brentwood clinic on Dec. 6. (Courtesy Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee)
Bone and Joint Institute clinic to open in Brentwood

The Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee is opening a clinic in Brentwood offering on-site treatment and therapy to recover from joint pain, bone fractures and other orthopedic issues.

A photo of open space behind a stone wall off Old Smyrna Road.  On Nov. 22, the Brentwood City Commission approved a new zoning district allowing single family homes to be built on two acre lots as long as an overall density of one unit per three acres was maintained.
Brentwood votes for new zoning district for Old Smyrna Road

Brentwood updated its zoning district for Old Smyrna Road to preserve open space in developments.

Locally owned women's clothing boutique Jondie will move in February to 407 Main St. in Franklin after the end of its lease. (Martin Cassidy/Community Impact Newspaper)
Jondie boutique to move into new space in Franklin as lease ends

A locally owned Franklin boutique is looking for new downtown location.

The new extension of the Mack C. Hatcher Parkway opened Nov. 29. (Lacy Klasel/Community Impact Newspaper)
New Mack C. Hatcher Parkway extension opens to traffic

The roadway had been under construction since 2019.

Gutterglove Inc. announced Nov. 29 it will be moving its headquarters to Franklin. The image above was provided by the company, which manufactures stainless steel gutter guards. Last year the company spent $5.4 million to build a factory in Rutherford County.
Gutterglove Inc. to move headquarters to Franklin in January

Gutterglove Inc. announced Nov. 29 it will move its corporate headquarters to Franklin from Roseville, California.

The Franklin and Brentwood areas have a number of local businesses to support and shop this holiday season. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
SHOP SMALL: Local businesses in Franklin, Brentwood to support this holiday season

Check out our 2021 Holiday Gift Guide to help check everyone off your shopping list.

Waldo's Chicken & Beer will open in the former location of Captain D's on New Hwy. 96 West. (Wendy Sturges/Community Impact Newspaper)
IMPACT ROUNDUP: Barrels & Brews comes to Franklin, and other business and dining news from November

Here is a recap of November’s business openings in the Franklin and Brentwood area.

Boundary map of annexation
Franklin leaders vote to expand boundary for development near Clovercroft Road

Franklin leaders voted Nov. 23 to add a sprawl of nearly 300 acres into Franklin’s city limits and rezone it

Chase opened a new bank branch in Franklin on Nov. 3.
Chase Bank now open in Cool Springs in Franklin

A new Chase Bank branch is now open in Cool Springs in Franklin.

A new Dunkin' location is expected to open by the end of the year at 500 Cool Springs Blvd. (Martin Cassidy/Community Impact Newspaper)
New Dunkin' location coming to Franklin

A new Dunkin' location is expected to open by the end of the year.

Columbia Sportswear will open at 330 Franklin Road in Brentwood on Nov. 24. From Nov. 26 to Nov. 28 the store will offer discounts and other promotions on sportswear and other products. (Martin Cassidy/Community Impact Newspaper)
Columbia Sportswear to open Nov. 24 in Brentwood

Columbia Sportswear will open this week in Brentwood.