Gov. Bill Lee’s administration is asking the state Supreme Court to take over a suit over school vouchers before the clock runs out on the program for next year.
Day camp is on in Davidson County, after Metro officials announced plans to begin Phase 2 in Nashville’s reopening next week. But there will be rules to limit the spread of the coronavirus.
Metro Arts and the Davidson County Election Commission are teaming up to mark 100 years of women’s suffrage with a special “I Voted” sticker to be handed out to voters this fall.
With the Tennessee economy reopening, the state says it’s ready to restart road tests for new drivers. The state Department of Safety says driver services centers will start taking appointments Saturday for skills tests in mid-June. Between now and then, the department plans to provide tests to people whose appointments were canceled under the state’s […]
Metro Nashville police say they’ve figured out who left a practice target in the yard of a civil rights leader. The man, Roy E. Brown, told officers he placed it outside the home of Nashville NAACP President Keith Caldwell because he thought it looked like a flower.
Little Richard, the flamboyant rocker whose rise to fame passed through Nashville and later retired here, has died at age 87.
A Nashville judge is telling the state Department of Education to put its voucher program on pause while its legal status is being sorted out.
The 2010 flood is often remembered as a time of unity in Middle Tennessee. Neighbors warning neighbors of the danger. Passers-by plucking strangers from the waters. Volunteers distributing food and donations.
Lonnie Haynes knew that the weather was bad. But he felt a responsibility to get to work. On the weekend of May 1, 2010 — as the rain poured down — the Nashville surgical assistant was scheduled to be in the Labor and Delivery department. A little water on the road wasn’t going to deter […]
Ten years ago this week, Middle Tennessee was faced with a different crisis. Nearly a foot and a half of rain fell on the region in the course of a single weekend. The Cumberland River, along with the streams that feed it, was overwhelmed. In the resulting floods, 21 Tennesseans died and billions of dollars […]