1. Nashville will give $10 million in rent and mortgage payments to residents in need

    Posted on August 4, 2020

    A Metro Nashville committee charged with distributing $121 million in federal funds made rent and mortgage assistance one of its first orders of business. Additional Info...
  2. Metro Public Works to take over more trash routes as complaints with contractor continue

    Posted on July 31, 2020

    Nashville Public Works employees will take over more trash routes starting this week as complaints of inconsistent pickup by the city's contractor intensify. Additional Info...
  3. Kedron Square downtown project in Spring Hill readies first phase

    Posted on July 29, 2020

    The city’s vision to create its own bustling downtown square is prepping to enter its first phase of development, now known as Kedron Square. The sprawling multi-use development has an estimated 10-year construction timeline. Additional Info...
  4. Metro Schools to start academic year remotely for all students as coronavirus cases mount

    Posted on July 9, 2020

    Metro Nashville Public Schools Director Adrienne Battle is expected to announce today that all students will start the academic year remotely as coronavirus cases continue to mount. Additional Info...
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  2. Thu Aug. 13

    Power of 10 Summit [Online Event] On August 13, 2020, we'll kick-off a virtual serie...
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  3. Mon Aug. 17

    Aging and Disability Advisory Committee August Meeting Meeting Call-in Information: Phone Number: (629) ...
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  4. Wed Aug. 19

    Tennessee Bankers Association
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  5. Wed Aug. 19

    Tennessee Bankers Association
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  6. Wed Sep. 2

    The Bridge Building
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