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6 hrs ago | Memphis Commercial Appeal
Two local legal teams will seek permission from a Davidson County chancellor to continue their pursuit of class action lawsuits in connection with Galilee Memorial Gardens.
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12 hrs ago | The Tennessean
Gorgeous downtown building, where they used to have the "Grand Ole Opry." Roy Acuff, Bill Monroe, Ernest Tubb and many other country music giants played there.
Franklin Police arrested a sixth person they believe was involved in the home invasion last week that led to a police pursuit into Davidson County.
Saint Thomas Midtown Hospital has paid $1.1 million for two parcels in Midtown, according to Davidson County property records.
As they insist on doing every couple of weeks, the Metro Council convened last night at the courthouse.
Vanderbilt University assistant football coach Vavae Tata, who was suspended last month after he was charged with DUI, pleaded guilty to the DUI charge this morning.
Officials with the Metro Nashville Public Schools said Tuesday evening that all schools would be closed on March 5. They said areas in Joelton, Goodlettsville, Bellevue and Hermitage are still experiencing icing problems.
Hours after the news that President Barack Obama's fiscal year 2015 budget proposal recommends $27 million in federal funding for The Amp, Mayor Karl Dean held a press conference hailing what he called a "vote of confidence" from the president and federal transportation agencies "in Nashville and in this vital project."
First Farmers and Merchants Bank is expanding into Davidson County with a new branch in Green Hills, the bank announced Tuesday.
A lot of attention goes to economic development in the community, but attention usually goes to businesses involved in manufacturing, provision of services and assembly.
At the height of the storm overnight, 6,000 NES customers were without power. That number was much lower than many people thought it would be.
A Metro Public Works salt truck went off the roadway on Dickerson Pike near Skyline Medical Center around 8 a.m. NASHVILLE, Tenn.
A Nashville, Tennessee, judge on Friday placed suspended 3 Doors Down bassist Robert Todd Harrell under house arrest, pending his trial in a vehicular homicide case.
As expected, overnight weather dumped freezing rain and sleet in the Nashville area and to the north and west of the city, making roads slick and leaving thousands of NES customers without power.