Governor Bill Haslam doesn’t appear to be spending much time working on the “what if’s” of a fiscal cliff. He’s counting on a compromise.
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The deadline for flood victims to get help with property damage passed last week, but there is still help available for businesses that lost income.
Literacy advocates in Nashville want city leaders to reinstate a position they say is key to teaching adults to read.
A one-hundred thousand dollar donation came at a critical time for the Tennessee Repertory Theatre.
Developers are looking to build marinas on Old Hickory Lake, if they can get the Army Corps of Engineer’s approval. That depends on how they could affect the environment.
The Nashville chapter of the NAACP wants to add 5-thousand members to its rolls as part of celebrating the organization’s 100th birthday this year.
The Tennessee Valley Authority now faces legal action on two fronts after last week’s spill of over a billion gallons of ash waste, near Knoxville.
The Country Music Hall of Fame filed a settlement today with the bankruptcy estate of Bob McLean. The museum will pay 750-thousand dollars, but it will hold on to instruments purchased with money from the fraudulent investor.
Charities that operate thrift stores across Middle Tennessee are expecting a last minute rush of donations this week.
Homeowners facing foreclosure and looking for help to keep their houses have no guarantee they’ll find the right people for the job. WPLN has one Middle Tennessee woman’s story.
The Metro Planning Commission could vote tonight to hand the fate of a new Habitat for Humanity development to the Metro Council.
CEOs from seven Middle Tennessee credit unions are looking to set themselves apart from other financial institutions that have been hard hit by the economic downturn.
The Chairman of Nashville’s Homeless Commission says the city is unwise in the way it spends money to fight the problem, and might turn to business or private providers who are most affected by the homeless.
The Center for Non-Profit Management sent out a warning to local charities today, suggesting they batten down the hatches. And if they’re not feeling the current economic crisis, they will.
Service providers say childcare increasingly stands between Nashville parents living in poverty and getting a good job.
A Rutherford County couple today launched a pilot program to give laptop computers to students throughout the county.
A judge has approved a new slate of 14 trustees for the Dan and Margaret Maddox Foundation. Directors will guide the 55-million dollar trust, which has been stalled in litigation for four years.