The study is expected to be finished in early 2020, according to Mayor John Cooper.
An ordinance approved at the Nov. 5 Metro Nashville Council allows the city to raise parking meter fines by the end of 2019.
Freda Player-Peters is serving in the District 7 seat vacated in September by former board member Will Pinkston.
The restaurant's first location in East Nashville opened in 2016.
Mill Creek Brewing quietly closed its doors over the weekend.
The maternity clothing store is closing its location inside The Mall at Green Hills.
Elements Massage operates more than 250 locations in the U.S. and Canada.
The cosmetics shop is now open on the lower level of The Mall at Green Hills.
The city of Nashville will activate overflow shelters when temperatures are below freezing.
Recycling, art sales, safe driving classes: 5 things to do this weekend in Southwest Nashville, Nov. 7-10
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Santa's Flight Academy, the mall's annual holiday display, is now open.
The home goods store will close it location in Green Hills.
The Tennessee Department of Transportation announced two upcoming ramp closures on I-440 this weekend, Nov. 8-10.
The Metro Nashville Council approved the District 7 school board seat previously held by Will Pinkston.
The Metro Nashville Council is considering an ordinance Nov. 5 that would raise parking meter fines for the first time in nearly a decade.
Mayor John Cooper announced that nearly $18 million previously dedicated to a pedestrian bridge connection The Gulch and South Broadway will instead fund neighborhood infrastructure projects.
Entertainment venues 16-Bit Bar + Arcade and Pins Mechanical Co. opened Oct. 25 in The Gulch.
Abercrombie and Fitch and Abercrombie Kids are now open at The Mall at Green Hills in Nashville.
Daylight saving time ends early Sunday morning, Nov. 3, meaning clocks fall back an hour, giving residents an extra hour of sleep.
There will be several road closures in place Oct. 31 throughout South Nashville for trick-or-treating and neighborhood events.
In an effort to reduce crash rates and improve walkability in the city, Nashville Mayor John Cooper has called for the city to reduce driving speeds throughout neighborhoods.
Husband and wife Randy and Susan Coffman purchased Lonnie Young’s Children’s Shoes in Green Hills from its original owner in 1984. Since then, the couple said they have watched the customers they knew as children grow up and return with their own families to buy new shoes.
Residents in neighborhoods throughout Davidson County were asked in July to submit applications for areas in the city that would benefit from traffic-calming projects and techniques, including lowering speed limits and adding accommodations for pedestrians and other nondrivers, according to Metro Nashville Public Works.