Donelson Community Tree Planting

This Friday, 54 trees will be planted in the Mill Creek watershed which flooded in the 2010 flood and is the only habitat in the world of the Nashville crayfish….

Party Fowl will open in the spring of 2018 at 2620 Lebanon Pike.

Party Fowl restaurant is coming to Donelson at the old Johnson’s Furniture building

Another hot chicken restaurant is expanding. Party Fowl has announced plans to open a second location just east of Nashville in the Donelson neighborhood in the spring of 2018. Owner…

Obit Henry

Services held for educator and community leader Helen Brown

Services were held Tuesday for Grace Helen Brown, who died Wednesday, March 29. Mrs. Brown was born in Spencer, Indiana in 1942. She was the daughter of Frank and Dorothy…


Grant to protect air quality increases to $1 million

The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County has secured the addition of $150,000 added to an air quality grant for a $1 million proposal to protect air quality. Provided…

Belmont Dept. of Physical Therapy. (Ramp Builders)

Housing program celebrates building 2,500th wheelchair ramp

United Cerebral Palsy of Middle Tennessee (UCP) and Tennessee Housing Development Agency (THDA) celebrated construction of the 2500th Wheelchair Ramp build in their state-wide collaborative Wheelchair Ramp Program on March…

Warfield Drive is one area in Nashville that has seen plenty of single and two family developments go up but zero sidewalks.         - photo submitted

Planning commission unanimously approves new sidewalk policy

Members of the planning commission – the department that oversees Nashville’s construction and development – approved a new proposal from the Metro Council that further promotes the livability of neighborhoods….

Fannie Mae Dees Park “dragon” sculpture. 
- photo by David Smith

Neighborhood group pays in labor to fix mosaic “dragon”

In 1980, hundreds of volunteers assisted artist Pedro Silva with the installation of the mosaic dragon in Fannie Mae Dees Park. Known as Dragon Park, the community has enjoyed the…


Social 3-30-2017

YWCA’s Wine, Women & Shoes YWCA’s Wine Women & Shoes event was held at the Renaissance Nashville Hotel, where a crowd of 700 enjoyed fine wines and shopping from an…

Taxing Matters Jim Wilson CPA

While Looking for the Forest, the Trees Obstruct our View

Why do we strain out the knat and swallow the camel?  When the law is plain and the consequences of failure to follow the law are great, there may remain…


Ticked Off 3-30-2017

Must be a Treat Visiting your House with Landmines Everywhere It’s usually the small ones that get us.  Poop, that is.  I suspect the “mountain” left by your 88 pound…