Category : News

by Staff - 3 days ago

City, Community Leaders Break Ground on Curb Victory Hall

NASHVILLE, TN — The Metropolitan Development and Housing Agency (MDHA) broke ground on a new affordable housing development focused on helping Veterans experiencing homelessness in Nashville. Located in the Edgehill neighborhood next to Operation Sta...

by Staff - 3 days ago

We Have to Create a Nashville That is Livable for Everybody

By John Cooper Though Mayor Briley disagrees, Nashville is in the midst of an affordable housing crisis. Between 2011 and 2017, rents in Nashville rose by 64 percent. During the same period, wages rose by only 14 percent. Not surprisingly, half of al...

by Staff - 3 days ago

Poor People Don’t Matter in Nashville

By Rosetta Miller Perry Through all my years of being an advocate for the less fortunate community, there’s one constant I’ve noticed in every Nashville city administration. Simply put, they don’t care much about poor people. They care even less if t...

by Staff - 3 days ago

Toombs Running for District 2 Council Seat

By Clint Confehr NASHVILLE, TN — Equity, affordability and safety are Kyonzte Toombs’ platform for her campaign to be Metro’s next District 2 council member. Toombs discussed her platform June 15 for a “Meet & Greet” at the Haynes Heights subdivi...

by Staff - 3 days ago

Project GRAD Summer Institute Program Offers Choices

By Vivian Shipe KNOXVILLE, TN — UniversityofTennessee Knoxville Campus, Tennessee College of Applied Technology (TCAT), andPellissippi State Community College;  all prestigious institutes of higher learning, all offering Summer Institutes for 300 sch...

by Staff - 3 days ago

High Court Set to Rule on Citizenship Question

By Peter White NASHVILLE, TN — Immigration reform and civil rights groups are still hoping to block a citizenship question on the 2020 Census but time is running out. The 5-4 conservative majority on the Supreme Court could decide to allow the questi...

by Staff - 3 days ago

What’s Lurking Around in Your Toothbrush?

Your toothbrush looks innocent sitting on your bathroom sink waiting to be used by you.  But before you put it in your mouth, consider this:  the average toothbrush contains over a million germs because your mouth is also home to millions of germs.  ...

by Staff - 3 days ago

FBI Investigator LIED: What the Left Planned for Trump

The following article, FBI Investigator LIED: What the Left Planned for Trump, was first published on The Black Sphere. Talk about a story playing out almost exactly as the Left planned it. The Left plotted the same demise for Trump as they did in th...

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Nashville General Recognized as Innovative Healthcare Provider

NASHVILLE, TN — Nashville General Hospital is poised to become a national leader in integrated care delivery systems. Nashville General Hospital Chief Executive Officer Joseph Webb, D.Sc., FACHE along with Eric Stephens, Chief Analytics Officer and D...

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2019 Toyota 86 GT

If you decide to hit the open highways for vacay 2019, consider seeing America in a Toyota 86 GT. It’s a bonafide sports car in every sense of the term. There’s a long hood. Short rear deck. Both are standard in sports car design. With this dream car...

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It’s a Wrap for MTSU Students at Bonnaroo Campus

MANCHESTER, TN — Although Sunday was the last day on the job for MTSU College of Media and Entertainment students at the Bonnaroo campus, for some their work is far from over. “With 16 band performances in the can, we’ve got hundreds of audio tracks...

by Staff - 3 days ago

NBA is Truly a Global League

It was back in the early ‘90s that then NBA Commissioner David Stern was finally able to persuade NBA owners to allow their players into international and Olympic basketball. He wanted to prove first and foremost that NBA players were the best in the...