Mapco, the convenience store chain with more than 340 stores throughout the Southeastern region of the United States, announced a mask sale donation campaign to benefit St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, an organization that is leading the way childhood cancers and other life-threatening…
The Tennessee Department of Education last Wednesday said it released a dashboard reporting additional COVID-19 information, including numbers of new positive cases in districts and schools.
All governing bodies in Tennessee must provide real-time audio or video access of their meetings held electronically, beginning Oct. 1.
Nashville attorney Phillip Miller will be a guest faculty member in the American Association for Justice advanced witness preparation series Sept. 17, Sept. 24 and Oct. 1.
WeGo Public Transit increased the number of trips on certain routes during peak times to help alleviate crowding onboard, promoted social distancing and resumed collecting fares.
Horse owners, business operators and equine enthusiasts of all ages are invited to participate in the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture’s Horse Management Field Day.
The Hermitage recently sent out a call for all book lovers and especially those who want to compare notes, pick brains and figure out plots, theses and interpretations.
Tennessee will hold school districts harmless when it comes to enrollment numbers for purposes of BEP funding, and people receiving unemployment benefits soon will have to show they are searching for jobs, Gov. Bill Lee said Tuesday.
A man was killed Sept. 12 in Donelson when a car hit him while he rode a motorcycle, and Metro Nashville police charged the car’s driver in the incident.
Metro Nashville Public Schools parents will have three more days to decide whether to keep their children at home or send them to in-person learning in the classroom.
On a sultry day last week, Gov. Bill Lee and First Lady Maria Lee were in the heart of Hermitage to honor a little boy with cancer and his sibling as a local group added a fun playset to their backyard to ease the trials of battling cancer for the young family.
The Nashville Advertising Cooperative of Sonic Drive-Ins awarded 50 worth $1,000 each to employees June 10. Among the recipients, Kai Fant received a $1,000 scholarship. Fant currently works at the Sonic Drive-In in Mt. Juliet. She’s currently a freshman business major at Cumberland Universi…
There’s a hidden flower gem in the heart of Donelson that not only is a respite for do-it-yourself brides, but also provides a rare opportunity to give friends and family a virtual hug during these unprecedented times.
The Tennessee Department of Education released plans last week to report additional COVID-19 information at school and district levels, including numbers of new positive COVID-19 cases in districts and schools.
Harold E. Brewer, president and chief executive officer of American Constructors, died Aug. 30 in Brentwood due to severe complications from a recent illness.
A refuge for food lovers, Nadeen’s Hermitage Haven recently delighted locals when they reopened after a short shutdown related to COVID-19 mandates.
The storage trailer that belonged to Cub Scouts Pack 43 was stolen from the parking lot of Hermitage Presbyterian Church sometime late Aug. 28 or early Aug. 29.
Fridrich and Clark Realty announced realtor Lucy Smith was selected to be the Division 2 vice president for Tennessee Realtors, according to Steve Fridrich, broker and managing partner.
The star-studded fourth-annual Dottie West Birthday Bash with host Grand Ole Opry member Jeannie Seely and slated for Oct. 14 at Third & Lindsley in Nashville was rescheduled to Oct. 13, 2021 due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.