In Hermitage, renters found themselves well cared for during the 9-month rebuild for the complex destroyed by the tornado.
After the tornado, fears rose that North Nashville survivors would be pressured to sell — and some were swarmed with offers. But a year later, some homeowners are well on their way to rebuilding.
Pockets of Middle Tennessee residents are still without power — some heading into eight straight days on Monday — as a result of the winter storm.
Some students in Middle Tennessee are getting yet another day off from classes Monday as the region recovers from the winter storm.
Nashville educators began receiving their first doses of the long-awaited COVID vaccine over the weekend. They were administered by health care workers at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. About 1,000 Metro Nashville Public Schools employees had appointments.
Nashville students who are transitioning to in-person learning will spend a few extra days outside of the classroom due to “continued hazardous road conditions.” Metro Nashville Public Schools will be closed for another snow day on Thursday, then temporarily shift to all-virtual learning on Friday.
Metro Schools is one of two Tennessee districts that have been mostly virtual since last March, and Nashville teachers have been caught in the middle of the tense debate over whether to reopen.
Tennessee education officials are taking new strides to bring more teachers of color to school classrooms. The State Board of Education has adopted an educator diversity policy that’s been in the making since 2019.
It’s been almost a year since Nashville middle and high schoolers have picked up pens and pencils inside of a Metro Nashville Public Schools classroom. The district announced it’ll finally be transitioning those kids back to face-to-face learning on Thursday at a press conference Monday afternoon.
Nashville students could soon be returning to in-person classes after promising signs that the pandemic is starting to slow.