Metro Arts Commission has approved a ribbon of of highly polished steel as Nashville’s next public art project. One percent of every construction bond issued by the city is set aside to pay for art in public places.
September 2, 2014
September 2, 2014
September 2, 2014
A few minutes before 11 p.m., which was shortly after a shift change, security guards at the Woodland Hills facility in Bordeaux started to sense “the rumblings of trouble.”
A press briefing has been planned for 2 pm at the Woodland Hills Youth Development Center after 32 young men escaped overnight.
Brian Parker recreates the Great Masters each week at a local cafe with nothing but the standard items other customers use to wipe their hands and sweeten their coffee.
In a letter to Family Dollar’s board of directors, Goodlettsville-based Dollar General has increased its $10 billion bid by roughly two percent after being rejected in favor of a smaller offer from Dollar Tree.
When Marketstreet Enterprises started snapping up property in what would become known as the Gulch fifteen years ago, the idea was to establish an urban neighborhood.
One of the reasons why universities around the country, especially public ones, want more international students? Out-of-state tuition, says the author of a new study from the Brookings Institution. But MTSU says it’s globalization, not money, that is motivating the university to recruit students from other countries.
Low numbers of veterans asked questions at today’s town hall meeting hosted by the Veterans Affairs Regional Office in downtown Nashville today.
For the first time in Tennessee, more people are heading to rehab for prescription pain killers than for alcohol abuse.
The Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration hopes to quiet its critics with a new testing regimen. So far, the debate over soring hasn’t quieted.
This comes a year and a half after Haslam first started talking about the so-called “Tennessee Plan.”
The topics in history left out of guidelines for Advanced Placement U.S. History have left two Republican senators questioning teachers should cover in Tennessee classrooms.
While Beretta is making the move from Maryland to manufacture all its U.S. products in Tennessee, it is bringing quite a few employees along.
General Motors is investing $185 million into Spring’s Hill’s auto plan, bringing production of a Cadillac crossover vehicle from Mexico to Tennessee.
Fans and players enjoy one of the last games at the old stadium. Here’s a look.
The Davidson County Tax Assessor’s office has sent MDHA an annual tax bill of nearly $400,000 for Ryman Lofts, subsidized artist housing,and Nance Place, a workforce apartment complex.
Nashville civil rights attorney George Barrett has died. He was affectionately known as “Citizen Barrett” as he would take up civil justice causes. In recent years, he unsuccessfully challenged Tennessee’s law requiring voters to show a photo ID at the polls.
Workers who fought off the United Auto Workers earlier this year are now trying to form an their own union at Volkswagen’s Chattanooga plant.
Don’t call it “middle school” in Nashville any more. The public school system is re-branding grades five through eight as “middle preps” and adding foreign languages and extracurriculars in an effort to compete with private schools and other county systems.
ISIS controls parts of Iraq and Syria, and Corker supports beginning military support in Syria. But fighting in Syria is a complicated situation, with three major factions battling for control.