The live discussion Friday morning with Bob Woodson was titled “Hopeful America: A More Perfect Union.” Woodson, an activist since the ’60s, has been a frequent critic of those who claim slavery has an impact on why blacks struggle today.
Gov. Bill Lee is granting them clemency — and creating a process for many more to be released early from prison.
A review of Nashville’s pandemic response gives the city high marks for how it handled COVID-19, but it finds room to improve coordination with the rest of the state.
A special committee created to study Nashville’s services for veterans says the city is “veteran-friendly” but not necessarily “veteran-ready,” meaning Nashville has some resources in place but not enough. And those it has focus mainly on people in crisis.
The mission of Neon Moon is to make supporting the I in BIPOC as easy as buying a cup of coffee.
Claudia Wright moved to the Clay Mill Station subdivision eight years ago.
There are art pieces dedicated to Waverly flood victims including Mary Luten, Linda Bryant, 15-year-old Lilly Bryant, 7-year-old Lucy Lane Conner and 7-month-old twins Rileigh and Ryan Rigney.
A new ordinance banning open containers of alcohol on unenclosed party vehicles is forcing party vehicle operators to shake up the way they’ve been running their businesses.
Several dozen Tennessee companies and institutions that were requiring employee vaccinations will no longer be allowed to enforce such rules. The change was announced Wednesday by the state comptroller and comes in response to a pair of federal court rulings the day before.
In town halls across the state, one point was made again and again: It’s not just a new formula that’s needed, but more money.