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Captain Tom built it as a church

Captain Thomas Green Ryman, who owned thirty-five steamboats on the Cumberland River, dropped in on a tent meeting held by the evangelist, Sam P. Jones, in the late 1800’s. This…

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A Guide to the Newest Nashville Neighborhoods

You’ve heard the numbers – dozens and dozens of people are moving to Nashville each day. We have been coined as the “it” city, appealing to all ages, career paths,…

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Nashville man shows a passion for volunteering

Keith McLean has his hand in many nonprofits, but they all have one common thread: development of Nashville communities. Currently, he’s at work with Jefferson Street United Merchants’ Partnership (JUMP),…

Energy program helps with cost of utility payments

This week staff at the main office of the Metropolitan Action Commission began receiving customers for the new application period for energy assistance. The Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program…

Cigarette butts, leaves, and construction runoff are the most common matter found in storm drains.

Davidson County residents adopt, clean storm drains to help watershed

Nashville’s explosive growth brings additional challenges to water resources as development can increase the variety and amount of pollutants carried into waterways. For this reason, Carrie Russell spends her time…

Tax on a gallon of gasoline has gone up by four cents, from $.20 to $.24. - photo by David Smith

New taxes will impact your wallet

Tennesseans will be paying more at the pump and to register their vehicle, especially when a credit card is used for payment, while taxes on food have gone down one…

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Social 6-28-2017

Boys & Girls Clubs Steak & Burger Dinner Inquoris “Inky” Johnson, former University of Tennessee football defensive back, spoke at the 28th annual Steak & Burger Dinner at the Factory,…

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Home of the free because of the brave

After the shooting of our Congressman and policemen we need to tone down our hate for each other. It is causing some people to commit crimes that hurt innocent people….

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Mike Keith, “Voice of the Titans”, to speak at Donelson-Hermitage Chamber July Meeting

Mike Keith, the “Voice of the Titans,” will speak at the Donelson-Hermitage Chamber of Commerce July membership meeting on Thursday, July 13. The event will be hosted by the Inn…

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The Most Precious Possession

If someone should ask you, “What is the most precious asset you own?” What would your answer be?  No doubt you might say one of the following:  My home, my…