Articles by: Leah Terry

Some Recycling Required: Nashville Bans Cardboard From Trash Carts

Some Recycling Required: Nashville Bans Cardboard From Trash Carts

by / on July 1, 2013

Starting this week, Nashvillians will no longer be allowed to put cardboard in their garbage.

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To Reduce Homelessness In Nashville, Campaign Launches To House 200 Most Vulnerable

To Reduce Homelessness In Nashville, Campaign Launches To House 200 Most Vulnerable

by / on June 5, 2013

Nearly 500 people are living in shelters and on the streets of Nashville, according to the results of a new survey the Metro Homeless Commission released Tuesday.

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After Cleanup Of Spill At Radnor Lake, Piedmont Avoids Hay To Mend Site

After Cleanup Of Spill At Radnor Lake, Piedmont Avoids Hay To Mend Site

by / on May 24, 2013

Piedmont Natural Gas is having to go to great lengths restoring plant life in Radnor Lake State Park after a slurry of water and clay spilled from a horizontal drilling operation. The company is laying down a new, larger pipeline that happens to cut through one of the most protected sites in the state.

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DesJarlais Says IRS Officials Have Feigned Ignorance

DesJarlais Says IRS Officials Have Feigned Ignorance

by / on May 22, 2013

Tennessee Congressman Scott DesJarlais got in a few words as Internal Revenue Services officials testified to a House Oversight committee Wednesday. He asked the former IRS commissioner if he failed to report on conservative groups getting extra scrutiny because he thought it might hurt President Obama.

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