Of the more than 600-thousand votes cast in Tennessee’s primary elections last week, 277 were from provisional ballots because voters didn’t have a valid photo I.D.
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A nearly three-decade tenure on the school board came to an end yesterday. Ed Kindall lost his seat to fellow board member Sharon Gentry. The two were pitted against each other in District 1 after its boundaries were redrawn.
Helicopters circled above a mile-stretch of the Harpeth River Wednesday as excavators ripped out a 6-foot-high sheet-metal dam that was constructed more than 50 years ago.
According to a recent survey, companies admit military-related skills are good for their bottom line, yet the unemployment rate of veterans is above the national rate of 8-percent.
Saturday marked the thirteenth air quality alert for the Nashville area due to higher temperatures and dry weather conditions.
Tennessee motorcyclists have a new law to look out for. It’s geared toward protecting small children, requiring their feet be able to reach the foot pegs in order to be a passenger.
There’s a new hotline for Nashvillians to report waterway debris that still remains from the 2010 flood. At least a dozen such sites have already been identified in Davidson County.
More than sixty-thousand country music fans are expected to jam downtown Nashville each of the next four days for the CMA Music Festival. Hundreds of volunteers will be helping with crowd control and manning information booths.
Metro Nashville Police officials have filed a civil lawsuit to prevent gang meetings in the South Nashville area.