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As the holidays roll into town, Nashville celebrates in style

Happy Birthday: Lovely Mildred Adkisso​​n​ celebrated her 104th birthday this week with cupcakes, champagne​​ and lots of well-wishes from her friendly neighbors at the Green Hills Apartments. Manager Earl Melton…

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It’s Time to Winterize

It’s finally starting to feel like winter in Nashville. With the temperatures dropping to the low 20s in the evenings, it’s about time to start making your winterization checklist. Following…

Stephen's Valley encompasses approximately 980 acres bounded on three sides by the Natchez Trace National Park, but 550 of those acres will remain untouched.

$1 billion project will put 1200 homes on land once farmed for generations

David Smith | GCA News Rochford Realty and Construction has nearly finalized its model home and virtual reality tour of its future town square, both designed to show the community…

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AirBnb seeks new compromise with city

Airbnb Tennessee Policy Director Laura Spanjian said recently that the company is 100 percent committed to Nashville and acknowledges that working on state legislation to the detriment of the city…

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Rotary Club of Nashville food drive reaches over 1900 food box donations

GCA News Staff Over 200 members and guests from the Rotary Club of Nashville and community partner, Second Harvest, joined forces on the morning of December 2 at the Food…

Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota (center) with Chief Anderson (L)  and Christmas Basket Program volunteers.
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Donations help Santas in blue provide food for families in need

Wanda Southerland | GCA News Historically, Santa Claus is a jolly, bearded man who wears a red suit, black belt and black boots. However, since 1961, many families know Santa…

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Metro Council backs transparency, input into how the city gives incentives

David Smith | GCA News The consensus of many is that Nashville is a rapidly developing city. However, many residents don’t believe this development is equally beneficial. For years, Metro…

The number of Tennesseans who died from drug overdoses jumped 12 percent over the past two years, largely due to growing use of dangerous synthetic opioids.   - photo submitted

Law firm will seek drug makers that knowingly create and fuel addiction in Davidson County

David Smith | GCA News The Metro Council is voting this week to authorize Mayor Megan Barry to file suit against makers of prescription opioids. The council will consider the…

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Financial literacy program hopes to make finance fun for girls in Nashville

Rock The Street, Wall Street, a nonprofit financial literacy program designed to spark the interest of high school girls into careers of finance, received $5,000 in funding this week from…

The Parks Board paid $1,000 to move it from the airport to the park, where it initially served as play equipment for children.

Iconic F-86 jet leaves Centennial Park to return home

Centennial Park’s iconic F-86 L Sabre Jet, that was located across from HCA Building 2, near the locomotive and event shelter, left the park this week on Monday, November 27…