A combination of local fundraising and a state grant will bring some attention and care to historic concrete structures in Nashville’s Centennial Park.
With an estimated 350,000 people waiting, Nashville’s massive Fourth of July fireworks show was delayed Sunday night by a drama that was unfolding within the blast zone.
A plea agreement that will allow a Nashville police officer to avoid a trial on a first-degree murder charge is drawing sharp criticisms. “A slap on the hand,” reads a statement from the Tennessee State Conference of the NAACP.
Amazon says it is upping its commitment to funding affordable housing in Nashville.
The pilot in the deadly Percy Priest Lake plane crash last month did not promptly respond to two separate air traffic control instructions before the plane went down, according to a preliminary report from the National Transportation Safety Board.
Nashville’s ranking continues to fall in a national assessment of city parks systems, now ranking 86 out of the 100 most populous cities. Just a few years ago, the city was in the middle of the pack.
A green-tailed towhee — not seen in Tennessee since 1957 — has been drawing birdwatchers to a backyard in East Nashville all week.
Tennessee’s General Assembly passed several last-minute measures on Wednesday night before adjourning for the year. The measures touch high-interest subjects, including unemployment, constitutional challenges to state laws and the lessons taught in public schools
Severe storms felled tens of thousands of trees across the Nashville region last year, but some progress is being made toward restoring the canopy.
Storms and tornadoes on Tuesday caused structural damage, knocked down trees and led to power outages in nearly a dozen Tennessee counties. One person is believed to have been killed, and meteorologists will continue reviewing evidence of multiple tornadoes on Wednesday.