Ever since becoming a teacher at Metro Nashville Public Schools, Teneice Kirby had to choose between paying off her student loans or buying groceries. But, with the newly approved teacher raise, Kirby says she can now afford both.
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A Nashville landlord and tenant are finally getting some answers on when financial relief will come after waiting since March.
On Christmas Day, 2020, video footage shows a bright orange fireball flashing across Second Avenue for mere seconds before revealing an irregular path of destruction. Six months later, engineers are still trying to determine the future of some buildings near the blast.
Nashville’s government is struggling to get pandemic financial assistance into the hands of landlords and tenants.
In a partisan vote, the Davidson County Election Commission voted Friday afternoon to appeal a court’s decision to kill a July 27 special election.
Backers of a referendum to restrain the power of the Metro Council have virtually no time to appeal ahead of the July 27 vote.
Chancellor Russell T. Perkins struck down a referendum that could have dramatically altered the functioning of Metro government by restricting property tax rates, limiting how much elected officials should get in benefits and making a host of other changes.
A Nashville Latinx group is relieving the financial stress that the COVID-19 pandemic has put on some undocumented residents.
Nashville councilmembers gave lots of praise when the city’s budget passed with little debate last Tuesday. But shouts from activists broke through that enthusiasm.
Grants are opening soon for community groups that have ideas for reducing violence in Nashville, according to the mayor’s office. Ron Johnson, the city’s recently appointed community safety coordinator, is encouraging people to apply.