Category Archives: Local Reports

Bill Freeman ran for Mayor of Nashville in 2015.

Bill Freeman not running for U.S. Senate; Bredesen would make the best candidate

Even though Bill Freeman was listed as a possible candidate for U.S. Senate, the successful businessman and democratic fundraiser says he will not run for the seat currently held by…

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Metro’s Comprehensive Customer Service System launches this week

Mayor Megan Barry announced this week that Metro Government has launched hubNashville, a comprehensive customer service system that makes it easier for Nashville and Davidson County residents to connect with…

The October 2017 "Lawn of the Month" award was presented by Hal Perry to the Xu's family, who reside at 652 Des Moines Drive.

Tulip Grove’s October “Lawn of the Month”

The October 2017 “Lawn of the Month” award was presented by Hal Perry to the Xu’s family, who reside at 652 Des Moines Drive. They were very honored that their…

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The Nashville Rose Society to Hold Fall Rose Show October 7 and 8 at Belmont University

The Nashville Rose Society will hold its annual Fall Rose Show on October 7 and 8 at Belmont University in Nash- ville. Admission is free to the public from 1…

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Nashville’s Holocaust Memorial celebrates its 10th Anniversary on October 7

For over ten years, Nashville has had a site dedicated to honor the memories of those with local connections who lost their lives in the genocide. On October 8, Mayor…

I-24 Bridge Rehabilitation Detours

Next I-24 closures scheduled to start Friday, October 6

Tennessee Department of Transportation contract crews completed during last weekend the first of four I-24 weekend closures needed to replace the I-24 Oldham Street and Spring Street bridges, as well…

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U.S. Senator Bob Corker says he will retire in 2018

U.S. Senator Bob Corker (R-TN) this week released the following statement. “After much thought, consideration and family discussion over the past year, Elizabeth and I have decided that I will…

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Historical Commission receives grant for landscaping work at Fort Negley

The Tennessee Historical Commission State Historic Preservation Office has awarded 32 matching grants totaling almost $750,000 from the Federal Historic Preservation Fund allocated to non-profits, municipalities, universities and civic organizations…

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Work milling and removing asphalt begins on streets in Belle Meade

The following listed streets are scheduled to be milled and paved this fall by Four Star Paving, LLC. •Lynwood Blvd. from Harding Road to Westhampton •Lynwood Blvd/Lynwood Terrace/Lynwood Lane intersection…

The Learning Lab’s assessment team includes professionals trained in the fields of clinical psychology, school psychology, and education.

Learning center opens on 21st Avenue

The Learning Lab has announced the opening of its permanent learning center at 2416 21st Avenue South, located between Blair Blvd. and Woodmont Blvd, to provide tutoring and educational services…