Former President Donald Trump became the first U.S. president to face federal charges on Thursday afternoon, sparking responses from both state and local Republican Party leaders.
New restaurant will operate in the former home of The Yellow Porch
Former Rep. Bill Beck to lie in state, services to follow at TPAC
Former Tech Council, Digital Reasoning leaders among group that aims to launch AI companies from Franklin
NAIOP-commissioned survey shows O'Connell in the lead, but four others within margin of error
Florida governor taking on Trump to speak in Nashville
Fisk event in support of $17 hourly rate
Residential prices now out of range for entities seeking rent-based margins
Court decries legislature’s ‘troubling trend of abdicating their responsibilities’
On the List: Four Seasons tops the list, a billionaire cheeseman comes to town and the ‘mystery millionaire’ returns
Proposed Fairgrounds Nashville overhaul aims for a last-minute pass
Also: Fairgrounds Nashville-area property located on Craighead near Santa’s Pub sells for $5.2M
Legislature made it easier to greenlight renovations at Fairgrounds Nashville ahead of potential NASCAR deal
Here are the mayoral forums currently scheduled between now and when voting begins
Tennessee’s U.S. Senator Bill Hagerty led a roundtable discussion in Nashville on May 22 with former Acting Director of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Tom Homan and various state and local law enforcement and government officials discussing border security.
Joanne Sowell has worked with local nonprofits, aims to unseat Marsha Blackburn
Final list includes 13 mayoral candidates, 20 for council at-large
AJ Capital now must buy Harding Pike property eyed for mixed-use development on Richland Creek
The City of Franklin’s Ethics Commission voted unanimously to dismiss all of the ethics complaints filed against four members of the Franklin Board of Mayor and Aldermen: Aldermen Gabrielle Hanson, Beverly Burger, and Matt Brown and Mayor Ken Moore during their May 17 meeting.
Sheree Rose Kelley replaces late husband Alton Kelley at West Davidson County nonprofit
Irish racehorse Scaramanga upset two-time winner Snap Decision in The Calvin Houghland Iroquois Race
Green Hills councilmember is seeking one of five countywide seats
Parnassus Books has acquired Hooks Book Events, a provider of nonfiction book and author programs for businesses and organizational teams.
The budget — which includes $8 million for universal free lunches — now goes to the Metro Council for consideration
One year after criminal sentencing, former VUMC nurse questions 2021 board ruling
With qualifying deadline next week, it’s starting to look like a campaign
Healthcare Resiliency Program supporting Saint Thomas West, VUMC, long-term care facilities
GNR April numbers show 27% decrease in sales after similar drops in March, February
Legislature declined to take up governor's gun restrictions in wake of Covenant shooting
Metro Nashville Police arrested a 14-year-old boy on the afternoon of May 6 after the child allegedly stole a school bus in Antioch and led a high-speed chase that ended just outside of Bellevue.
From the Scene: Tennessee General Assembly focused on Metro, roads, tax cuts, trans issues
Proposed AJ Capital mixed-use development progresses, now needs only third-reading vote
Lizzette Gonzalez Reynolds will replace Penny Schwinn in July
Home builder plans 94 townhomes on site that was once eyed for a landfill
An arrest warrant has been issued against a 22-year-old man who police say was one of three people involved in the theft of more than $40,000 of luxury bags from the Louis Vuitton store in the Green Hills Mall on April 10.
Mayor John Cooper soft-launches his legacy on the way out the door
The event will create an alternative for senior who was turned away from their school's prom.
25 formal ethics complaints had been filed against Franklin Alderman At Large Gabrielle Hanson following her inaccurate comments about The Covenant School shooting which sparked public outrage.
Multibillion-dollar deal sets record for public facility financing
Local sporting goods franchise Sport Seasons is set to close its Nashville location later this summer.
South Dakota State’s Sharrel Pinto will lead restructured college
Franklin Alderman Gabrielle Hanson faces public criticism, ethics complaint following podcast interview
Franklin Alderman-At-Large Gabrielle Hanson is facing public criticism and an ethics complaint following inaccurate comments she made on a podcast about the March 27 Covenant School shooting, comments that she later defended in a heated radio interview.
Hundreds of protestors marched to the Tennessee State Capitol on April 17 as part of the “Moral Monday” protest aimed at continuing to pressure government action on gun violence, which despite support from Gov. Bill Lee, may fall flat in the legislature.
Legislation aims at Metro's police oversight, airport, convention center
Tennessee General Assembly adjourns as Lee plans to call special session
A major permit has been issued and a new image created related to work on senior living building The Crestmoor, now under construction in Green Hills on the property once home to Tokyo Japanese Steak House.
First terminations set to begin in early May during 12-month unwinding process
State forced to relocate intern after Rep. Scotty Campbell allegedly made repeated comments
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