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Case Study: Unveiling A Construction Company as The Trendiest Firm in Town


Challenge: Nashville’s total restaurant count has steadily increased during the last 5 years peaking at 5,671 restaurants in 2016, according to American market research firm The NPD Group. One local construction firm was behind many

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Date Change! Franklin Hot Air Balloon Festival Returns Sunday, May 6


The Franklin Hot Air Balloon Festival returns to the Westhaven community on Sunday, May 6, from 4:00 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. Please note, this is a date change due to forecasted rain on the previously

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Impact Nashville Awards Grants to 2 Non-Profit Organizations


In 2017, 50 members of Impact Nashville awarded $50,000 in grants, which was split between 2 deserving non-profits: Tennessee Alliance for Kids and Renewal House.     Tennessee Alliance for Kids, which won the Impact

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Madison residents invited to discuss Station Blvd.


On Tuesday, June 27, members of the Madison community are invited to a meeting at Fifty Forward Madison Station, 301 Madison Street, to learn about the forthcoming design of the extension of Neely’s Bend Road,

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Plans for Starwood Commons Highlight Walkable Community


Nashville, TN – During a community meeting on May 11, developers shared plans for the Starwood Commons mixed-use development on Murfreesboro Road. The 65 acres of land will be a mix of office, retail, residential

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Leadership Franklin accepting applications for 2017-18 Class


Applications are now being accepted for the twenty-second class of Leadership Franklin, 2017-2018. Applications may be downloaded at Completed applications are due on or before May 1, 2017. Questions regarding the application process may

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2017 Nashville Lawn & Garden Show Opens March 2


The Nashville Lawn & Garden Show will return to The Fairgrounds Nashville on Thursday, March 2, through Sunday, March 5, 2017. The four-day, indoor Show will celebrate Gardens of the Future with garden displays, lectures,

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TDOT I-65 Study Needs Your Input


Do you regularly travel I-65? If you’re like me, you do. I travel it almost daily whether for work, running errands, visiting family or just because it is supposed to be the fastest route to

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Neighborhood Health Celebrates 40 Years, Honors Founders


Neighborhood Health hosted its first Recognition Breakfast fundraising event in celebration of 40 years of service to the community. Mayor Megan Barry was the guest speaker at the breakfast, which was hosted at Belmont University’s

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Celebrating the ‘new view’ of Nashville


Nashville companies hosted a celebration of construction for 615 Third, a state-of-the-art, 8-story, Class A office development currently under construction at the corner of Third Avenue South and Lea Avenue in the exploding SoBro district

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