Category Archives: Local Reports

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TBR votes to increase student fees

The Tennessee Board of Regents has approved a recommendation to increase tuition and fees at its institutions this year. Among other actions, the Board approved the Finance and Business Operations…

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Buffered bicycle lanes constructed on Korean Veterans Boulevard

Metro Public Works crews are putting the finishing touches on a new buffered bike lane on Korean Veteran’s Boulevard from Hermitage Avenue to South 4th Street. The approximately 4/10 mile…

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Maplecrest Neighborhood Assoc. holds inaugural Block Party

On Wednesday, June 18, the newly formed, Maplecrest Neighborhood Association held its first community event. The Block Party was attended by approximately 200 Neighbors and Community Leaders. “We were absolutely…

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Urban Green Lab to host ‘Green Garden Party’ in Belle Meade

Urban Green Lab, Nashville’s first nonprofit dedicated to improving the health and the well-being of our city through sustainability, is unveiling drawings for its mobile learning lab at a “Green…

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Women’s Club reflects on 2010 flood with local author

The Woman’s Club of Nashville recently reviewed a novel, “Bowling Avenue,” by Ann Shayne during its monthly contemporary book club. Shayne, a local writer, was the guest speaker. After enjoying…

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Historic Nashville accepting nominations for the 2014 Nashville Nine

Historic Nashville Inc. (HNI) is accepting nominations for a historic property for the 2014 Nashville Nine, Historic Nashville’s annual list of the most endangered historic properties, including landmarks, bridges, signs…

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Mayor announces community meetings this summer for input on ‘Nashville Encyclopedia’ project

Mayor Karl Dean has announced a series of community meetings to solicit ideas from the public for an online encyclopedia of Nashville history and culture, which is scheduled to launch…

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Robot welcomed at Donelson Heights United Methodist Church

Vacation Bible School at Donelson Heights United Methodist Church will feature a Robot Building contest, hosted by Rivet the Ant, from 6 until 8 p.m. on Friday, June 27 ,…

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Rebel Hill Florist to host 5th Annual Blood Drive, donors will receive ‘thank you’ of one dozen roses

For the 5th consecutive year, Rebel Hill Florist will host its annual blood drive for the American Red Cross. The blood drive will be held from 1:00 p.m. to 6:00…

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Rare copy of the Declaration of Independence to be displayed

Richards and Richards, a local records management company, will display an anastatic copy of the Declaration of Independence at the Nashville Public Library on Saturday, June 21, in partnership with…