Starting next week, Nashville will change the hours of the COVID-19 community testing centers to 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. during the winter months.
The COVID-19 pandemic has slashed Nashville’s bus ridership in half — down 53% decline compared to pre-COVID times.
Nashville Mayor John Cooper moved into quarantine today after learning of a positive COVID-19 test for his wife, Laura.
Commissioners on the Metro Board of Parks and Recreation voted unanimously Tuesday to start the process of removing a Confederate monument from Centennial Park.
A census of the blast zone finds that seven buildings are too unsafe to be occupied, and two are in danger of collapsing.
Nashville Police Chief John Drake is defending the investigative work by his department, and he says he thinks they essentially did all they were legally allowed to do in August 2019 when warned about downtown bomber Anthony Warner.
Every year when Nashville property owners pay their tax bills, some residents turn to the city for financial assistance.
A 34% property tax increase is coming as many Nashvillians are already reeling from the pandemic, causing many to rethink their finances.
In Metro Nashville’s new 348-page transportation plan, Mayor John Cooper and his top advisors detail a vision for a system overhaul that puts improvements within reach of over 90% of the population.
The pandemic cut Nashville’s bus ridership by half compared to last year. But Mayor John Cooper’s transportation plan is gaining momentum after the Metro Council voted to support his proposal.