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In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, Tennessee Bureau of Investigation officials explained the reasons for delays customers and firearms dealers may have experienced recently while securing a firearms background check or appeal in the state, and the steps taken to alleviate the situation.

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It seems some bad recycling people have played a part in a trash disposal company’s decision to pull the plug on its recycle services in Mt. Juliet.

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Due to the novel coronavirus COVID-19 and the extraordinary circumstances it caused across the state and nation, Tennessee Extension offices are temporarily closed to public access to help protect the health and safety of the employees and the communities they serve.

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While a one-two gut punch in the Donelson, Hermitage and Old Hickory areas have some on the mat, officials try to remain positive and informed.

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OLD HICKORY—A handful of Wilson Central High School wrestlers donated their time and strong backs March 19 to help out some hungry folks.

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Nashville Mayor John Cooper on Sunday announced the safer at home order, issued by the medical director pursuant to the Metro Public Health Department’s declaration of a health emergency.

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With Nashville schools closed through at least April 3 at Gov. Bill Lee’s statewide request, Metro Nashville Schools took steps to share digital tools with their students and family. 

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The Tennessee General Assembly voted March 19 to waive the required 180 days of instruction, as well as assessment testing, for the current school year. 

The Tennessee Wildlife Federation, one of the largest and oldest nonprofits dedicated to conserving the state’s wildlife and natural resources, saw a record number of Tennesseans create wildlife habitats in 2019.

Twenty years of news in the Donelson community was recorded in the pages of the Donelson News-Diary. The paper is microfilmed for future generations to read by personnel in the department of reproduction and restoration at the Tennessee State Library and Archives. Leslie Pritikin is pictured…

Nashville attorney Phillip Miller will join Michael J. Swanson, CEO and chairman of Advocate Capital, Inc. and author of "How David Beats Goliath, Access to Capital for Contingent-Fee Law Firms" for a free webinar, “Framing Your Case for Today's Jurors” on March 25.