This year, for the first time, the top prize at a biennial exhibit of Tennessee Craft has gone to an artist from the state’s Kurdish community.
PSC Metals is being sold, and although the new owners will continue to lease the site, the deal raised a new slew of questions about the future of that key piece of riverfront property.
After the firing of Dr. Michelle Fiscus, the now-former medical director at the Tennessee Department of Health, Nashville Democratic Rep. John Ray Clemmons is calling for an explanation from the governor and the health commissioner.
A former president of Tennessee State University is being laid to rest Monday. Dr. Fred Humphries is credited as a key figure in the effort to prevent the state’s only historically black public university from being dissolved.
A stop on the Trail of Tears and a church important to both the Black and white community in Wilson County are among the recipients of this year’s Historic Preservation Fund grants.
Metro Nashville Police Officer Andrew Delke was back in court in mid-June for the third in a series of hearings leading up to his murder trial in July.