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Logan’s Roadhouse Reopening in Manchester

Nashville-based SPB Hospitality group has taken over operations and management of former Craftworks Holdings brands Logan’s Roadhouse, Old Chicago Pizza and other concepts after a bankruptcy court cleared the sale last month, according to a news release. The group acquired the brands for $93 million in waived debt and assumed liabilities. After being closed for …

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Nashville Symphony Closes until July 2021

The Nashville Symphony board of directors has suspended programs through July 2021. The board voted to furlough 79 musicians and 49 full-time staff members due to the coronavirus pandemic. The symphony said in a news release it has had to cancel or reschedule more than 65 concerts and events since March and projects losses from …

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United Way of Highway 55 Announces its 2020-2021 Local Nonprofit Partners

United Way of Highway 55 on Wednesday announced the funding of sixteen local nonprofits. On May 26th, United Way of Highway 55 allocations team, made up of local community and Board members, reviewed applications and conducted interviews with each agency. The sixteen nonprofit partners are located and/or serve in Coffee, Moore, and Warren Counties. The …

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Manchester/Tullahoma Top 10 Micropolitan Entrepreneurial Ecosystems

An analysis from Heartland Forward, a new think tank, identified 20 top entrepreneurial ecosystems across America based on the share of employment by small firms, and the number of college-educated employees in those firms. One of those micropolitan areas is in Middle Tennessee, Tullahoma and Manchester in Coffee County. The Heartland Forward analysis also found …

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Tennessee Offers New Relief Program for Small Businesses

Gov. Bill Lee announced a new relief program Tuesday for small businesses affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The Tennessee Business Relief Program will direct approximately $200 million in federal coronavirus relief funding through the Department of Revenue to small businesses that qualify. The program awards will be based on the annual gross sales of the …

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AEDC Return to Full Capacity Phased Approach begins June 1

AEDC leadership has developed a plan to return to full capacity based on a 4-phased approach that:• Is based on up-to-date data and readiness• Mitigates risk of resurgence• Protects the most vulnerable• Is implementable installation-wide or GSU basis at the AEDC Commander’s discretion If COVID-19 trend data in Bedford, Coffee, Franklin and Grundy counties continue …

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Numbers Continue to Go Up for those Seeking Unemployment Benefits

More than 532,000 new unemployment claims have been filed in Tennessee since mid-March, according to data released Thursday morning by the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce. The department reported the number of new claims for the week ending May 16 was 28,692. The number of continued unemployment claims in Tennessee was 314,487 for the …

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Updated Guidelines for Restaurants and Non-Contact Attractions and Venues

The updated guidelines from Gov. Lee enables restaurants and retail to increase capacity as long as social distancing protocols remain in place. Restaurants should continue to space tables 6 feet apart or install physical barriers where adequate separation isn’t possible. Bars remain closed unless used for seated, in-restaurant dining where there are 6 feet of …

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