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Initialing way to Winchester Square business opportunities

Posted on March 26, 2015 at 9:30 am

STAFF WRITER courtney stachel   The Winchester Square has a diversified business climate with one shop signing its way toward five full years in operation. Initial it, owned by Jen McCarty at 111 1st Ave. N.E., is a monogramming shop, specializing in monogramming, embroidery and personalizing gifts. McCarty recently renovated her space on the Square to accommodate more items like bags and monogrammed onesies. McCarty opened up Initial It in

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  • Long extended sweet tooth satisfaction

    Posted on March 19, 2015 at 12:14 pm

    Winchester’s business climate is paramount to the city’s economy, and Designer Cakes & Cookies has been a mainstay, satisfying sweet cravings more than a dozen years on the historic Winchester Square. Shae Frame, owner of Designer Cakes & Cookies, purchased the store in January 2013 at its 7A South College Street location. Frame says she purchased the bakery to embrace new opportunities. Designer Cakes & Cookies offers cakes for any

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  • Opening at New Location

    Posted on February 25, 2015 at 9:19 am

              Ribbon Cutting held for The Body Shop Health and Wellness Studio The Franklin County Chamber of Commerce recently held a ribbon cutting for the opening of the new location of The Body Shop Health and Wellness Studio located at 1840 Sharp Springs Road in Winchester. Call 931-361-4316 to hear about the services provided. Pictured, from left are, Chamber Executive Director Judy Taylor, Morgan Keen, Arianna Boyle, Alexis

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  • FC Chamber of Commerce to host 23rd Annual BIZ Expo, Round-up & Marketplace in March

    Posted on February 24, 2015 at 9:40 am

    STAFF WRITER philip j. lorenz III To say that Judy Taylor, Franklin County Chamber of Commerce executive director, and Sam Henley, owner of Henley Supply Millwork, are excited about the upcoming annual BIZ Expo, Round-up and Marketplace event is an understatement. Taylor said that the Franklin County Chamber of Commerce strives to assist members in taking their business to a higher level by providing resources and programs such as the

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  • Duck River Electric Membership Corporation warns area users of secondary wintery blast

    Posted on February 20, 2015 at 3:03 pm

      According to a press release from Duck River Electric Membership Corporation, the threat today of a winter storm appears greatest for the middle Tennessee areas that are just recovering from ice damage and power outages earlier this week. DREMC just finished yesterday restoring power to the last of 13,700 members affected by outages from Monday’s snow storm. Mutual aid crews were sent home and the co-op stood down from

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  • San Miguel’s provides respite from winter weather

    Posted on February 19, 2015 at 8:47 am

    San Miguel’s provides respite from winter weather STAFF WRITER courtney stachel   Striving to encourage business opportunities on the city’s Square to strengthen the economy in Franklin County, San Miquel Coffee Co.  is keeping people warm through the wintery weather. Owned by Zach and Lucia Rowe, San Miquel offers a great selection of flavored syrup, such as caramel, vanilla, French vanilla, Irish cream, butterscotch and many more, to give their

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  • Conducting business in historic setting

    Posted on February 11, 2015 at 3:06 pm

    With few music studios in Winchester, DeAnn Weller, owner of Winchester Music Arts on the Square offers many different arrays of vocal and instrumental education. Originally from California, Weller has become a shining star in Winchester since her opening in August 2014. Winchester Music Arts offers lessons in piano, singing, stage, percussion, drums, bass, woodwinds and brass. Weller said the studio offers private and group lessons in a variety of

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