Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival just dropped its 2020 lineup, and one name in particular is getting almost all of the attention, as always.
United Methodist churches in Tennessee are sorting out the impact of a proposal to break up the denomination over LGBT rights.
More than 1,500 United Methodist churches are located in Tennessee, with more than 300,000 members. Nashville is also home to several administrative agencies and the United Methodist Publishing House.
Vanderbilt University has named its ninth chancellor.
Daniel Diermeier is the current provost at the University of Chicago and a renowned political scientist and management scholar.
Now that Thanksgiving has come and gone, there’s no more debate about whether it’s too early to blare Christmas music and go see all the lights.
Tennessee has let about $1 billion for needy families go unspent.
That’s according to The Tennessean and the Beacon Center, an organization that tracks government spending in the state. They estimate that more than 40,000 people could be helped by the money.
Natalie Allison, a state politics reporter for The Tennessean, has been covering how the state runs its Temporary Assistance for Needy Families program, or TANF. She sat down with WPLN’s Rachel Iacovone to discuss why lawmakers disagree on the next steps forward.