4:54 AM Apr 18, 2018 CDT


What you need to know about early voting for transit referendum, county primaries

Davidson County residents can vote on the proposed transit plan and county primaries between now and April 26.


I-440 pot holes

Your question answered: Why were potholes on Interstate 440 so bad this winter?

You weren’t imagining it; potholes were in fact horrible this winter along I-440. But the state said the problem should be short lived.


Loretta Lynn’s Ranch and …

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The Farm Community, located just outside Summertown is a sustainable farming …

Bowling Green

The National Corvette Museum, a 115,000-square-foot building home to more than 80 classic …


3 events you can attend in May being held at local businesses

Here are three ways in May you can support local businesses by attending events at their stores.

4 day trip destinations within driving distance of Nashville

Whether you’re an established local or a newly-minted resident, there’s no denying Nashville is a great place to spend a Saturday. While the nearby discoveries seem to be endless, sometimes it just feels nice to skip town, even if for only a few hours. With these four day-trip destinations, all located within an hour of the city limits, you won’t have to worry about reserving a hotel or finding a sitter for Fido — just fill up the gas tank and fire up the GPS.


Approved Nashville school board budget includes cuts to reading program, employee pay hike

The Metro Nashville Public School Board approved an operating budget Monday for the 2018-19 school year.

Mayor David Briley

Mayor David Briley being sworn in as the eighth mayor of the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and …

Tennessee Supreme Court rules on Nashville mayoral special election

The Tennessee Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that Nashville must hold a special election for mayor in May, reversing the Davidson County Election Commission and a lower court’s decision to add the election to the existing August ballot.

School lunches

Nashville Public Schools to cut jobs, roll back free lunch program

Nashville public school jobs and district-wide free lunches will be cut amid a $7.5 million budget deficit.


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