Category Archives: Local Reports

nashville public library

Hermitage library closes for renovations

The Hermitage branch of Nashville Public Library, located at 3700 James Kay Lane in Hermitage, Tenn., closed on Friday, June 13, for minor renovations. The branch library should reopen Monday,…

Donelson Hermitage Chamber of Commerce

DH Chamber of Commerce thanks Wal-Mart for donation

  The Donelson Hermitage Chamber of Commerce would like to thank Wal-Mart General Manager Shane Tidwell for donating $500.00 in clothing for students of McGavock Elementary. This generous donation will…

Nashville Humane Association

Nashville Humane Association | Feline Frenzy in June

June is Adopt-a-Shelter-Cat Month and Nashville Humane Association is holding its Feline Frenzy for the entire month, with the goal to find homes for 100 cats and kittens in 30…

BisonBot-Robotics

Lipscomb/Nissan Fundamentals BisonBot Robotics Camp holds its grand finale on the college campus

Nissan engineer Butch Jacoway awarded campers with bags and goodies from Nissan, the sponsor of the Lipscomb/Nissan Fundamentals BisonBot Robotics Camp, which held its grand finale on the Lipscomb University…

metroPublicSchools

Metro Schools names nine new lead principals

Metro Schools is expanding its leadership team, adding nine more lead principals to an already impressive roster of school-based leaders. With these additions, there are now 16 lead principals supervising…

Keeton Theatre

Larry Keeton Theatre wraps 2013-2014 season with musical classics

The Larry Keeton Theatre and the Senior Center for the Arts are celebrating the end of a successful season with the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical revue, “Some Enchanted Evening.” The…

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Public Works to collect pavement distress data

Nashville and Davidson County residents may see a vehicle like the one pictured below traveling on our roadways starting this week. The high-tech pavement evaluation vehicle will begin winding its…

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Donelson World War II veteran celebrates birthday

A long time resident of Donelson, Joe B. Davis, recently celebrated his 95th birthday at Glencliff United Methodist Church. Davis is a World War II veteran. He served in Algeria…

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Curcio Dermatology brings unparalleled expertise to Nashville

Curcio Dermatology, the practice of Natalie Curcio, M.D., M.P.H., has recently opened its doors in Grace’s Plaza in Green Hills. The facility was designed from the ground up in a…

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Mr. Holland’s Opus Foundation and StubHub gift $100,000 in instruments to three Metro Schools

Metro Schools continues to bolster music education in Nashville, this time thanks to 102 musical instruments donated by the Mr. Holland’s Opus Foundation and StubHub. Hunters Lane High School, I.T….