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Meigs Middle named National Blue Ribbon School

U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona on Tuesday recognized six Tennessee schools as National Blue Ribbon Schools for 2021. The recogn… Read more

Whitsitt Elementary selected for TVA's School Uplift program

Whitsett Elementary STEAM Magnet School will participate in the Tennessee Valley Authority's School Uplift program this year, joining 160 s… Read more

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More Black male teachers needed, says education conference speaker

This story was originally published by Chalkbeat, a nonprofit news organization covering public education. Sign up for its newsletters here… Read more

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Harpeth Hall soccer stays undefeated with 4-0 win at Pope Prep

HENDERSONVILLE — “This could be our year,” said Harpeth Hall head coach Meggie Lucas. Read more

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The Week 5 Stat Stuffers

This week’s Stat Stuffers column is highlighted by two quarterbacks who passed for over 400 yards and three running backs rushed for over 300 yards. Read more

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Titans will wait and see on Lewan, Saffold injuries

The Tennessee Titans won't know for a few days whether they will have the starting left side of their offensive line for this week's game against the Indianapolis Colts. Read more

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Community

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The Shelby Golf Tournament

How one family's passion for their beautiful special needs daughter has helped raise over a million dollars for middle Tennessee charities … Read more

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Lakewood Theatre Presents "And Then There Were None"

There's a big reason that middle Tennessee has such a vibrant theatre scene and starting Friday, September 17th to October 3rd, the Lakewoo… Read more

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It's said, "One person can change the world".. A surviving spouse in Springfield, is doing just that

They say one person can change the world, and this story is proof. Our Big Joe chats with Joyce to see How the Gold Star wife is keeping he… Read more

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Business

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Hermitage driving range to stay; RaceTrac out

The efforts of a gas service station to move into the location of a long-time Hermitage golf driving range have been quashed. Read more

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Nationwide child care worker shortage is also impacting Middle Tennessee

Many industries are struggling to find employees to fill open roles, but few, if any, have been hit harder than the child care industry. Read more

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Businesses push back against vaccine mandate

Reaction from businesses in Tennessee has been less than receptive to the vaccine mandate recently announced by the Biden administration. Read more

Announcements

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Davidson County records 13 new probable cases of COVID-19 and no new deaths

Metro Public Health Department officials announced today there have been 83,412 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Nashville/Davidson County. Read more

Winter storm shuts down Tennessee legislature for week

NASHVILLE — A layer of ice and snow covered West and Middle Tennessee on Feb. 15 and 16, causing the state legislature to cancel business f… Read more

Opinion

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City shelter hides records based on animal 'privacy' rights

In late April, the city of Memphis abruptly changed course and shut down access to records that show how the city-owned animal shelter trea… Read more

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Tragedy breeds unity in the Volunteer State

Overnight on Aug. 21, an entire community was washed away in the deadliest flooding event in Middle Tennessee history. We lost 22 neighbors… Read more

Opinion: Legislative process toward broadband a mixed bag

The Tennessee legislature has made positive strides cutting red tape to aid broadband expansion, but the state unfortunately continues to b… Read more

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Obituaries

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Larry Wayne Deatley

Mr. Larry Wayne Deatley, age 74, husband of Ruth Humphries Deatley, and resident of Culleoka, Tennessee, passed away Sunday, September 19, 2021, at his residence. Read more

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Betty Rhea Lyle Pruitt

Betty Rhea Lyle Pruitt, age 85, passed peacefully into God’s loving arms on September 20, 2021, in her home with her husband and family ble… Read more

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Stanley Eugene Webb Sr.

Mr. Stanley Eugene Webb Sr., age 69, of Ashland City, TN passed away on September 11, 2021 at Alive Hospice in Nashville. Read more

Public Notices

How families can give back to their communities together

Strong communities are built by strong people who recognize the importance of giving back. Children recognize when their parents give back … Read more

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Showers. Highs in the low 80s and lows in the low 60s.

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Wind:SSW at 5 mph
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