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The Hendersonville Parks Department and HolidayFest are teaming up for a holiday-style one-two punch this year as both the city’s annual Christmas parade and tree lighting ceremony will be held this Sunday, Dec. 5.
A new vision for Nashville’s East Bank area is beginning to take shape, as the Metro Department of Planning released vision sketches for commu…
The Sunflower Development Concept Plan for a subdivision on West Longview Drive was approved by the Portland Planning Commission on Nov. 9, but the approval did not come without controversy.
KNOXVILLE, Tenn., Nov. 10, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Once a nice-to-have proposition for companies, sustainability is quickly becoming a must-have for those seeking to stay ahead of the competition. Consumer demand, regulatory directives, investor pressure and workforce attitudes about sustainable products and practices are among the forces driving this seismic shift. Additionally, businesses increasingly realize that unsustainable practices may lead to an unsustainable planet.
(The Center Square) – The Tennessee Department of Correction requested a nearly $60 million budget increase Thursday in its budget hearing with Gov. Bill Lee and his advisers.
(The Center Square) – The Tennessee Department of Finance and Administration asked for an $88.9 million increase in funding Wednesday during a budget hearing with Gov. Bill Lee and advisers, including department Commissioner Butch Eley.
NASHVILLE, Tenn., Nov. 1, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Algorithms rule the world … or, at least, the world is headed that way. How can you prepare your company and its financial underpinnings not only to survive but also thrive under this new big data paradigm? In his new book, Deep Finance: Corporate Finance in the Information Age, author Glenn Hopper provides a clear guide for finance professionals and non-technologists who aspire to digitally transform their companies into modern, data-driven organizations streamlined for success and profitability.
Alec Baldwin has given his first on-camera response to Halyna Hutchins' death.
Gallatin city leaders are taking another step to help improve employee recruitment and retention efforts by temporarily increasing the pay for dozens of “critical infrastructure" jobs in the city.