California-based Freebirds World Burrito will occupy property once owned by Best One Tire.

Pesky Green Hills intersection may soon be realigned

A new intersection realignment project is slated to fix the congestion problem caused by two consecutive intersections along Hillsboro Pike – Glen Echo and Crestmoor Road. District 25 Councilman Russ…

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Everyone is responsible for preventing the spread of Zika virus

Incidents of the Zika virus affecting Americans has been reported across the nation and internationally. Health officials are continuing to advise everyone about the virus, its symptoms and places of…

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The Hermitage Hosts “Pinot With the President” Summer series

The Hermitage will host an exclusive after-hours architecture tour and happy hour on Tuesday, May 31, to kick off its “Pinot With the President” summer series. This date-night opportunity will…

L - R: Tim Gonzales, Teodoro Rodas, Abel Rodas, Hal Perry, Charles Ray, Jon “Tex” Norris, Katherine Arrington.

After a “hit and run” on the Tulip Grove Neighborhood entrance sign, neighbors rally and make repairs

Back on the evening of April 2nd, around 8:30pm, a reckless motorist performed a “hit and run” on the Tulip Grove neighborhood entrance sign. The Police reported that the driver…

Councilwoman Mina Johnson presenting early project blueprints at a community meeting in April.

Brook Hollow development plan is dropped

XMi Holdings Inc. will not develop a controversial property on the corner of Brook Hollow Road and Harding Pike. Michael Shmerling of XMi Holdings, Inc. sent a letter to District…

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Harold Bradley honored for helping make Nashville the “Music City”

In 1946, two brothers converted a small house on 16th Avenue South into a film and recording studio that launched Music Row and helped put Nashville on the music map….

One of the traveling walls will be at the National Cemetery in Madison during the Memorial Day weekend and will be open to the public.

Vietnam Memorial Wall travels to the Mid-State for Memorial Day

Wars! Soldiers! Freedom! Beginning with the Civil War and throughout our country’s history, men and women have put on the uniform of a soldier to fight for continual freedom. Wars…

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Palliative care provides more healthcare service, not less

Let’s face it. Conversations about incapacitation and health care decisions are two topics most families don’t want to discuss. Although it may be trendy to talk about our bucket lists,…

The teenagers were discovered by a Hermitage Police officer camping out in nearby woods.

After a string of escapes, G4S Academy for Young Men beefs up security

The number of young men who escape from a Donelson area residential treatment program is causing concern for police officers. Hermitage Precinct Commander Preston Brandimore recently met with representatives of…

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Airport completes history making efficiency project

Engineers with the Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority (MNAA) have figured out how to cool the entire airport terminal cheaper and with less electricity. It’s part of the airport’s ongoing effort…