Attendees came from all over the country, as well as nearby, for the event. And despite clear signs throughout the hotel saying that unvaccinated people should wear masks inside the resort, none were.
School kids gather around a roped off ring in Long Hunter State Park. They watch as dancers in traditional Native American clothing move to the sound of the drum. Rose McKeithen watches from the shelter of a nearby tent. “I’m Lakota Sioux, which are the proud people, and I’m Northern Cheyenne, which are the beautiful […]
Associates of former President Trump, including his son Eric and his aide Roger Stone, and an Ohio doctor who went viral for spreading the falsehood that COVID vaccines magnetize people are among those who will appear.
Parler announced Tuesday in an email that it would relocate its headquarters from Henderson, Nevada to Nashville. CEO George Farmer wrote that the move coincides with the company’s return to in-person work. He says he appreciates Tennessee’s weather, “southern hospitality”, music and barbecue. “Even more than that, though, Tennessee shares Parler’s vision of individual liberty […]
About 200 residents, business owners and city leaders met in North Nashville this weekend to discuss the proposed Jefferson Street Cap project, a land bridge that would extend across Interstate 40.
The case of the man accused of shooting and killing four people in a Nashville Waffle House in 2018 is back in court Thursday.
The leader of the U.S. Small Business Administration visited Nashville on Monday to speak with businesses that are still feeling the impact of the pandemic. The visit is part of a national tour by SBA Administrator Isabella Casillas Guzman.
Art teachers in the town of Waverly are trying to pick up the pieces after the deadly flooding in August, and they are helping their students process the devastation. But that’s a challenge without access to their usual tools.
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.