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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…

Metro Council backs 
transparency, input into 
how the city gives incentives. - photo by David Smith

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…

At the announcement, Mayor Barry was joined by three   former Nashville Mayors – Phil Bredesen, Bill Purcell, and Karl Dean.     - photo by the Mayor’s office

Metro’s transportation solution expected to go to the ballot

David Smith | GCA News Let’s Move Nashville is a $5.2 billion infrastructure investment that will be funded by a range of fees, including business, sales and tourism taxes. The…

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Friends of Two Rivers Mansion Funds Signage, Fencing, and Part-Time Help

Friends of Two Rivers Mansion has given funds to Metro Government in the form of grants for new signage, a fence, two part-time employees to conduct tours during the summer…

On Saturday, April 9th, residents of Green Hills, along with Metro Council members Russ Pulley and Angie Henderson, rode the MTA  from Hillsboro High School to the Cherry Blossom Festival.

During ‘bus riding 101’ event, Green Hills residents take a chance on public transit

An effort to get residents of Green Hills to ride public transit is on track with the help of a Metro Council member, after a ‘bus riding 101’ event that…