Tailgate Brewery in west Nashville is a successful business with an interesting history.
Oliver, a poodle, was rescued by Rebecca Garrett just six months before her daughter was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes.
On any given day, a bus full of children, picked up from their homes, could roll up to the Children’s Dental Health Center on Murfreesboro R…
Executive Chef Mark Rubin told us he loves people, loves to cook, and has a mission.
The sweet success all started at the Nashville Farmers Market 2 years ago.
Joel Anderson runs Anderson Design Group out of north Nashville. Anderson designs various items with depictions of all things Nashville.
Gourmet Donuts makes delicious donuts from scratch.
During Camp Brick summer and after school enrichment programs, children have access to hundreds of different Lego sets.
Friends of friends started asking for pieces of their own, and Bird on a Wire and Co. was born.
Twenty-five percent of the proceeds from the jewelry they sell goes to the non-profit organization End Slavery Tennessee, which helps surviv…
The veteran-owned business in Murfreesboro stands for health, healing and hope outreach.
With the help of aquatic running, a Murfreesboro woman diagnosed with lupus after years of health problems, is able to participate in a 5K.
Beija-Flor, which is Portuguese for hummingbird, was started 10 years ago by Emilie Whittaker and her mom Kathy.
Like so many small businesses, Nashville’s Walker Feed Co. started with friends socializing in the kitchen.
In the last three years, the business has had more than 100 percent growth.
Nashville Chocolate and Nut is “music for your mouth,” according to owner Tracy Page.
A restaurant that has won rave reviews all over the south opens in Middle Tennessee Monday.
Paul Neighbors had extra tickets to a Vols game and went to the Vol for Life Facebook page. He connected with a man whose daughter wanted to…
Inspired by her own two boys, Genie Lockwood and her husband Alex have melded modern and retro into a new toy store.
Littleton’s small town values have helped guide his company, also called Colonel Littleton, to success far beyond its small home town.