Cheekwood Estate and Gardens welcomed nine new Board Trustees and Advisors at the beginning of 2023, with their initial three-year term beginning on Jan. 1, 2023.
The Metro Nashville Police Department charged a Bellevue man with criminal homicide after police said that his ex-girlfriend's body was found in his apartment.
The City of Belle Meade has announced the hiring of a new city manager, Jennifer Moody, who will replace current City Manager Beth Reardon at the end of February.
Metro Water Services will begin bi-weekly curbside recycling pickup services for Nashville residents starting Monday, Jan. 30.
Gov. Bill Lee took the oath of office on Saturday, marking the beginning of his second term as governor of Tennessee following his reelection in Nov. 2022.
The City of Belle Meade has released a new mobile app, Belle Meade Connect, which allows citizens to get important communications from the city, such as road closures or emergency notifications, right to their phones.
The Metro Nashville Police Department is seeking the public's help in identifying a man they said carjacked a woman in Green Hills in October.
The City of Forest Hills is suing the Tennessee Historical Commission in an effort to be able to rename several residential roads which were named after historic figures from the American Civil War and the defeated Confederate States of America.
A man was shot and killed in what police said was a “drug-related robbery” on Monday afternoon at Bellevue’s Aventura apartment complex, and now police are seeking the public’s help in identifying the suspects.
The Tennessee Valley Authority has pledged to “take full responsibility” following widespread power outages and rolling blackouts due to the winter storm that impacted all of Tennessee and much of the United States in the days before the Christmas holiday.
A Green Hills church property has sold for $2.5 million, with the new owner seemingly a Texas apartment development company making its initial foray into the Nashville market.
Lee: 'I have made the decision to grant parole eligibility to certain low-level drug offenders who merit consideration for an expedited review of their sentence'
The Tennessee Department of Transportation will suspend all lane closures on state highways and interstates during the Christmas and New Year’s holidays in anticipation of higher traffic volumes across the state.