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Magnolia Dental Group opens in Murfreesboro

Magnolia Dental Group opened May 9 at 4005 Cedar Glades Drive, Unit C, Murfreesboro, according to Sarah Fortner, an employee. Magnolia Dental Group is a locally owned and -operated dental practice that offers preventive and emergency dentistry care. Preventative services include oral exams, teeth cleanings and oral cancer screenings, and emergency services include dental extractions, root canals, and fractured or broken tooth repair.
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Whataburger coming to Murfreesboro

Whataburger is set to open its first Murfreesboro location at 1835 Old Fort Parkway, Murfreesboro, according to the Rutherford Chamber of Commerce’s social media. The popular, Texas-based fast food restaurant specializes in burgers, sandwiches and milkshakes. Patrons will be able to dine-in, make carryout orders or use the drive-thru at the new location.
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Check out 5 Murfreesboro ongoing, upcoming transportation projects

Numbers in the below list correspond to those on the map. Work began in April on a new bridge on Brinkley Road near Blaze Road and Timber Creek Drive as the first part of a widening project on Brinkley Road. The project is near the entrance to the Berkshire subdivision, according to Murfreesboro officials. The contractor on the project is Bell Construction. The project will create a new three-lane bridge and add a pedestrian path under the bridge as part of an overall $

Gov. Bill Lee, Tennessee Department of Health share resources to aid families affected by formula shortage

Gov. Bill Lee and the Tennessee Department of Health included a list of resources for families affected by the nationwide formula shortage in a news release shared May 19. “As parents across the country face empty shelves at the grocery store, we’re reminded just how important a stable supply chain is for Tennessee families,” Lee said in the news release. “We thank grocers and retailers for doing their part as we pull every lever to give Tennesseans in crisis the resources they need—but ultimately, it’s time for the federal government to do all they can to deregulate, ease restrictions and get formula back on the shelves.”

Remodeled Aldi store now open in Franklin

Aldi, a supermarket at 209 S. Royal Oaks Blvd., Franklin, reopened May 12 after a remodeling, according to the company’s website. The updates provided a revised layout for customers and more refrigerated space to accommodate expanded selections of fresh food, according to the company’s website. The Batavia, Illinois-based...

City Cafe in Murfreesboro serves up Southern classics; joint initiative plans for Rutherford County's future and more top Nashville-area news

Read the most popular business and community news from the past week from the Nashville area. Teresa and Rollin Kellogg said they are proud to own City Cafe, a longstanding piece of Murfreesboro’s dining history, which celebrated its 122nd anniversary in February. Already a regional corporate hub, a roster...

Studio Bank to open 'HQ2' in Cool Springs this summer

Studio Bank, a bank founded in Nashville in 2018, plans to open a new corporate office and retail branch in Cool Springs in June or July, according to an announcement. The new office, which the announcement called “HQ2,” will be led by Studio Bank Chair Aaron Dorn and will include more than 10,000 square feet with an initial staff of 35 commercial, mortgage and retail bankers; operations team members; and executives, according to the announcement.

Kousouli Chiropractic Health & Wellness Inc. celebrates first anniversary in Franklin

Kousouli Chiropractic Health & Wellness Inc., a holistic health care business, celebrated its first anniversary in Franklin on May 1, according to co-owner and chiropractor Theodore Kousouli. The office is located at 198 E. Main St., Ste. 204, Franklin. Services include chiropractic alignment, hypnotherapy, homeopathy and wellness coaching, according to...

Rutherford County Schools to search for new director of schools; Franklin administrators release proposed $207M FY 2022-23 budget and more top news

Read the most popular business and community news from the past week from the Nashville area. Following the announcement earlier this year that Rutherford County Schools Director Bill Spurlock would leave the district at the end of the school year, the district announced April 6 it will begin the search for a new director.

3 ongoing construction, renovation projects in Franklin, Brentwood

Williamson County Schools is working to complete an addition to Ravenwood High School, located at 1724 Wilson Pike in Brentwood. The two-story addition will add 22 new classrooms to the campus, using plans similar to the addition previously completed at Independence High School at 1776 Declaration Way, Thompson’s Station, according to the district. As of early spring, the project was on track to be complete by July.