The remains of Nathan Bedford Forrest and his wife were reinterred in Columbia, Tennessee on Saturday. The Sons of Confederate Veterans hosted a private, military-style funeral for the Civil War general and early Ku Klux Klan leader.
Community members in North Nashville gathered Friday from 5 to 7 p.m. to celebrate a new mural on Jefferson Street.
Middle Tennessee State University announced it will once again petition the state to change the name of Forrest Hall, named after Confederate general and Ku Klux Klan leader Nathan Bedford Forrest.
Advocates for altering the seal worry the delay could be a sign of even more obstacles ahead.
This year marked the organization’s fifth inclusive fashion show, featuring models of different sizes, gender identities, races and abilities.
The group Moving Nashville Forward has raised money for the city’s first guaranteed income pilot study. They plan to give 25 North Nashville families a $1,000 monthly payment for 10 months, and researchers will study the impact.
Nashville’s music venues are still suffering monetary losses because of the pandemic. But now some of them are eligible to get an extra boost from the U.S. Small Business Administration.
One of Tennessee’s largest music festivals, Bonnaroo, is canceled because of flooded grounds.
Downed tree and power lines have been reported across Nashville as the remnants of Hurricane Ida sweep through the region Tuesday.
Williamson County will have to wait until February 2022 at the earliest to get approval to remove the Confederate flag from its seal.