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It wasn’t long after Chris Spencer moved into his newly built home overlooking Old Hickory Lake before he heard a distinct rumble and felt his house shake as if hit by a mild earthquake.

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For more than 15 years, local book and music lovers scouting out a bargain – or just a cozy place to escape for a time – have sought refuge at Mrs. B’s Used Books & CD’s. 

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            A new restaurant opened its doors in Greenbrier this month that specializes in jumbo cheese-stuffed burgers, as well as hot wings and an array of sandwiches.

Music City Diner is celebrating their 1-year anniversary. They are located at 102 Glen Oak Blvd Ste 210 and offer excellent food, along with desserts. The owner is Dimitrios Adamopoulos and can be reached at (615) 265-8686. Pictured are Dom Ames, Kathleen Hawkins, Tommy Staggs, employee, emp…

The narrow failure last week of a $125 million mixed-use project proposed for the Glenbrook shopping area - as well as the defeat of the 650-home Forest Park proposal in September - haven’t cooled interest in building projects in Hendersonville, according to Planning Director Keith Free.

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LEBANON - Beech senior McCall Decker knocked down a three-pointer with 0.4 seconds remaining in overtime to lift Beech to a 34-31 win over Lebanon in the first round of the District 9-AAA girls basketball tournament Thursday night.

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I have a client, let's call him Bob, who had a nightmare of a customer. Bob's customer was always late on payment, was high maintenance, and was never wrong. I suggested Bob fire this bad customer. The problem? This customer was 25% of Bob's revenue. Ouch!

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I have a client, let's call him Bob, who had a nightmare of a customer. Bob's customer was always late on payment, was high maintenance, and was never wrong. I suggested Bob fire this bad customer. The problem? This customer was 25% of Bob's revenue. Ouch!

F&M officials, along with city and chamber officials, recently broke ground to the bank's newest Hendersonville location at 221 Indian Lake Blvd. The new 10,000 square foot facility will house both F&M's banking and mortgage divisions and will replace its current location at Blue Gra…

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One-of-a-kind Nothing Bundt Cakes - a bakery specializing in nostalgic, yet refreshingly modern bundt cakes - opened in Hendersonville and will celebrate with grand opening festivities. The bakery, located at 299B Indian Lake Blvd., is owned by sisters, Pam Teller and Kim Appel.