Wildlife rehabilitation center in desperate need of more recourses, fewer walk-in cases

Walden’s Puddle in Joelton helps neglected and sick animals; however, efforts are hindered by limited space and lack of manpower. The organization wants a new, more direct link to potential…

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Metro Police evaluation team invites public to phone-in comments

A team of assessors from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA), will arrive on July 25 to examine all aspects of the Metro Nashville Police Department’s Training…

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Murfreesboro Antique Show set for July 14 – July 16

The 50th installment of the Murfreesboro Antique Show and Sale will be July 14 – July 16 at the Middle Tennessee Convention Center at 1660 Middle Tennessee Blvd in Murfreesboro….

State Rep. Brenda Gilmore, D-Nashville

Brenda Gilmore begins city-wide tour in Berry Hill on July 18

State Representative Brenda Gilmore will begin a city wide tour series at 6 p.m. on July 18    at the Berry Hill Community Center in South Nashville to discuss her recent…

The official NashvilleNext documents cover development and preservation issues, at 2,700 total pages.

Metro Planning refines the zoning process with updates to 25-year strategic plan

Nashville’s population is still booming and between new residents and new moms having babies, the metro area continues to gain almost 100 people every day — putting Nashville as a…

A ballet student excited to try on her recital costumes.

Non-profit ballet school in Nashville tops most youth programs in the country

A non-profit ballet school in Nashville, where over eighty-five percent of the students are a member of a low income family, was recently named a 2017 National Arts and Humanities…

The Metro Charter lets the mayor recommend using reserve funds for repairs and updates.                  -photo by David Smith

A new metro-wide equipment upgrade is a $26 million dip into one of the city’s reserve funds

Mayor Megan Barry is asking for a $26 million chunk of the city’s reserve fund to be approved by the Metro Council for her to use where necessary, mostly for…

John and Haydee Hlad who reside at 4844 Concord Drive received the July 2017 "Lawn of the Month" award.

Tulip Grove’s July “Lawn of the Month”

The July 2017 “Lawn of the Month” award was presented by Hal Perry to John and Haydee Hlad who reside at 4844 Concord Drive. The Hlads have lived at their…

Monroe Harding property that fronts on Glendale.

Historic children’s home is up for sale

The historic home for kids in foster care last week put on the market the remaining 22 acres of its Nashville campus. It’s unknown how much the land will go…

Map of the Mill Creek Watershed.

TDEC presents grant to Cumberland River Compact for Mill Creek protection

The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC) will present Cumberland River Compact (CRC) with a grant check for $123,750 to support the protection of the headwaters of Mill Creek…