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Franklin, Brentwood to host tree lighting events, plus more holiday events to attend in December, January
Franklin and Brentwood will hold their tree lighting ceremonies on Dec. 3 and Dec. 6, respectively.
Espaces, Franklin’s flexible meeting and office space, will take over the second level of a building at 99 E. Main St. next spring.
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.
Brentwood updated its zoning district for Old Smyrna Road to preserve open space in developments.
A locally owned Franklin boutique is looking for new downtown location.
The roadway had been under construction since 2019.
Gutterglove Inc. announced Nov. 29 it will move its corporate headquarters to Franklin from Roseville, California.
Here is a recap of November’s business openings in the Franklin and Brentwood area.
Barrels & Brews now open in Franklin; Columbia Sportswear to open Nov. 24 in Brentwood and more top Nashville-area news
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Franklin leaders voted Nov. 23 to add a sprawl of nearly 300 acres into Franklin’s city limits and rezone it
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.
Columbia Sportswear will open this week in Brentwood.
Barrels & Brews now has a Franklin location offering single barrel spirits and a curated selection of wines.
Williamson County Schools votes to end mask requirement, OKs 2022-23 calendar and more top area news
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Booster shots could be available to all adults ahead of the holiday season.
Those interested in donating can choose a gift request card from one of several locations throughout Franklin.
The board voted in favor of the calendar during its Nov. 15 meeting.
In a 7-5 vote, the district voted on a measure that would end a mask mandate that had been in effect for the past several weeks.
The home is intended to become the Center for Historic Preservation and Study of African American History that will be open to the public, according to the AAHS.
Williamson County begins offering COVID-19 vaccine to children ages 5-11; will move operations Nov. 15
The Pfizer vaccine will be given in a lower dose, three weeks apart, according to the FDA.
Mask requirements at Williamson County Schools and Franklin Special School District will remain in place following actions from the U.S. District Court of Middle Tennessee on Nov. 14.
12 holiday events to check out in Franklin, Brentwood; Burlington now open in Cool Springs and more top area news
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As part of the new Franklin Grove Estate & Gardens, the site will include walkable gardens, two historic mansions, a rotating art exhibit, an innovation center run in partnership with Williamson Inc. and a hall for gatherings and events.