Category Archives: Local Reports

The intersection at Lebanon Pike and Donelson was temporarily closed for crews to connect a 60-inch pipe to a 36-inch pipe for the ongoing Cumberland City Low Transmission Main Project.  -photos courtesy of Metro Water Services

Utility crews reopen Donelson Pike-Lebanon Pike intersection

A busy intersection in Donelson is now open after a replacement water line was installed. Metro Water Services said the intersection of Lebanon Pike and Donelson Pike was closed from…

Donelson Christian Academy students participate in a Constitution Week event sponsored by Senator Corker’s office.

Corker’s Office honors Constitution Week at Donelson Christian Academy

This past Sunday, September 17 was the 230th anniversary of the signing of the Constitution of the United States, and to mark the occasion, fourth-grade students at Donelson Christian Academy….

Monroe Harding property that fronts on Glendale.

Southeast Venture selected to sell Monroe Harding property

Monroe Harding announced this month it has selected Southeast Venture to sell the 22.6-acre property at the corner of Glendale Lane and Scenic Drive in Green Hills. The foster care…

L-R: Stephen Montgomery, Member of Neal & Harwell Attorneys at Law, Jennifer Neenan, and Cary Street, Executive Director of the Donelson-Hermitage Chamber of Commerce.

Donelson-Hermitage Chamber Golf Tournament named for former president

The annual Donelson-Herm- itage Chamber of Commerce Golf Tournament has been named for former chamber president Gerry Neenan.  Cary Street (right), Executive Director of the Donelson-Hermitage Chamber of Commerce, presents…

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Fridrich and Clark Realty welcomes FBI guest speaker

Scott Augenbaum, special agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), was the guest speaker at Fridrich & Clark Realty’s September 5th sales meeting.  Over his twenty- nine year career…


Tips to avoid charity scams

As people all over the world try to help survivors of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma with donations of food and water, clothes, shelter and money, we want to remind you…


Funds will support projects to improve nearby water ways

The Tennessee Department of Agriculture (TDA) in Nashville is now accepting grant proposals for projects that will help improve water quality and reduce or eliminate nonpoint source pollution. “Creating and…


Metro Nashville launches short-term rental property hotline

In an effort to address the negative impact some short-term rental properties (STRPs) have on residential neighborhoods, Mayor Megan Barry announced the launch of a hotline to catalog and respond…

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City launches grant program to preserve open and green space in Davidson County

The Mayor’s office this week announced the launch of Metro’s Conservation Assistance Fund, a new grant program to help accelerate the preservation of open and green space in Davidson County….

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Tennesseans can now register to vote online

Tennessee Secretary of State Tre Hargett recently launch the state’s new online voter registration system for voters to easily register or change their address if they have moved. Hargett says…