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Dr. Joel Sharow schedules Open House for new Next Generation Dentist office

Dr. Joel Sharow will host a Ribbon Cutting, July 9th at 10:30 a.m. for his new location at 2120 Murfreesboro Pike, which opened on May 28, and the new practice name, Next Generation Dentists. An Open House will follow at 12 p...
by News Staff


O’Charley’s hosts ‘Date Night’ for Ft. Campbell families

O'Charley's Restaurant and Grill on Wilma Rudolph Blvd. gave several military families an early holiday treat Saturday night. As their way of showing appreciation to the task force deploying to assist in the Ebola crisis in Lib...
by News Staff



AFC celebrates newest clinic in Metro Nashveille area

“We’re excited to offer the folks in the Nashville area the opportunity to get further access to quality health care with our new clinic in Spring Hill,” said Dr. Bruce Irwin, founder and CEO of American Family Care. “W...
by News Staff


Throw off winter ‘s blahs ‘Quick as a Wink’

Speed dating is a process where men and women meet each other face to face for five minutes, exchanging a few facts and pleasantries before moving on to the next person. If that quick first look is positive, simply check the na...
by News Staff


HSC donates 833 acres of industrial property to IBD

Hemlock Semiconductor will donate 833 acres from their property that extends the community's industrial park inventory north and open the door to recruiting other major employers to the area.
by News Staff



Walmart’s reports $33 million in donations to Tennessee charities

Walmart and the Walmart Foundation announced that over the last fiscal year they gave more than $33 million in cash and in-kind contributions to charitable organizations throughout Tennessee. Globally, the company and its Found...
by News Staff


Speed Dating rolls into Clarksville

Quick as a Wink Speed Dating is coming to Clarksville! The first speed dating event – a mixer – will be held at Harbor Cafe on Wilma Rudolph Boulevard on February 5 from 7-8:30 p.m.
by News Staff