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In May 2022 the restaurant plans on expanding its menu, according to owner Brooks West.
The chain originated in Bozeman, Montana, in 2008 and has nine locally owned locations across the country.
The event's theme is "Better Together," in reference to efforts by the city government to rebound after the COVID-19 pandemic, an announcement said.
The annual spring event features artisans, vendors, street food and live music and will be April 23-24.
Here is a brief guide to the Republican and Democrat slates for the May 3 primary.
Scissors & Scotch, a barber shop with a full bar, was first announced as a tenant for McEwen Northside in November.
The store's closure at The Factory at Franklin was described as "permanent" by the company's local public relations coordinator.
These are some short updates of current and future projects of note in the Franklin, Brentwood area and their progress.
Franklin, Brentwood and Williamson County will allocate a collective total of nearly $70 million by 2026.
Williamson County August primary federal and state races set even as redistricting legal challenge advances
On April 6, a three-judge panel ruled the General Assembly must rework State Senate race redistricting maps.
The firm focuses on the day-to-day needs of small and mid-sized businesses, according to the firm.
The two top chosen properties will receive in-kind contributions of between $25,000 and $50,000 from the foundation.
The quarterly forum is hosted by nonprofit Franklin Tomorrow.
The expansion will take the hospital's capacity from 203 to 269 beds, according to the center and is driven by the region's unprecedented growth.
The store will celebrate opening its doors with a ribbon cutting April 7.