They’ve been holding their fire until after the August primary. Both sides will be canvassing, sending out mailers and launching advertisements. Overall, their campaigns have already raised nearly $1 million.
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A spokeswoman says the state is “confident we will have the necessary chemicals.” Meanwhile, advocacy groups are renewing criticism over death penalty methods after it reportedly took nearly two hours to execute a convicted murderer in Arizona.
The out-of-state advocacy comes months after state lawmakers failed to pass a voucher bill.
Governor Bill Haslam’s current budget included a nearly $11 million tourism budget, $6 million of which is being dedicated to the VML contract. It’s a 5-year agreement, and the firm’s total maximum payout is $60 million.
The new owners plan to renovate the old building but displace the tenants, which include Lonnie’s Western Room, Fiddle and Steel Guitar Bar and others.
He’s often been cited in Nashville stories casting doubt on the success prospects of the Music City Center.
A group of well-heeled investors has an acre of property in the heart of Printer’s Alley in downtown Nashville under contract. The developers are thinking about a boutique hotel there, just as several other similar hotels are being considered.
The Green Hills Neighborhood Association sued the developers in the project, claiming that the tall building violated the area’s height restrictions.
Statewide, Tennessee has more than a 1,000 bridges that need work.
Gates said the fact that not all students are college-ready by graduation is the country’s “great injustice.”
The announcement closes months of speculation about whether the automaker will add the new line in Tennessee or Mexico.
Thousands of Tennesseans are not getting access to subsidized health care because state officials are failing to following rules set forth in the Affordable Care Act.
Bill Sanders devised a way to assess teacher performance that many educators say is unfair, though it’s been embraced by many states.
In response, the American Civil Liberties Union is threatening to sue state officials. Last year, more than 900 newborns were dependent on drugs in Tennessee.
Even though state officials were expecting a new wave of applicants with the federal health-care law, Tennessee no longer offers counselors to help enrollees sign-up for TennCare in person.
The new president of the National Education Association, the country’s largest teachers’ union, says part of her strategy will be attacking an assessment that has deep roots in Tennessee.
Even though Common Core isn’t an official topic this week, some say it’ll be unavoidable.
Searching for an apartment in Middle Tennessee is not getting any easier. A new study says the Nashville area is the seventh hardest place to find an apartment, and rents are rising faster than in Austin.
What started as a rallying cry from musician Ben Folds to preserve RCA Studio A has now essentially morphed into a landlord-tenant dispute.
Tim Reynolds, the Brentwood buyer, says it “is, and always was” his aim to preserve Studio A, suggesting that Folds’ ostensible victory didn’t really change the buyer’s plans.