NASHVILLE – The Nashville Rescue Mission seeks to provide the hungry and homeless in Middle Tennessee a traditional Easter meal, including ham, green beans, potatoes, rolls and pie during the holiday weekend.
Lebanon native John Ray Clemmons, an attorney, recently kicked off his campaign to represent District 55 in the Tennessee House of Representatives by filing his qualifying petition with the Davidson County Election Commission. Clemmons will appear on the Aug. 7 Democratic primary ballot.
NASHVILLE – Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam and Tennessee Department of Transportation Commissioner John Schroer released the three-year transportation program, featuring about $1.5 billion in infrastructure investments for 59 individual project phases in 41 counties, as well as 14 statewide programs.
The cocaine-related shooting death of a man more than five years ago in the parking lot of Tusculum Hills Baptist Church off Nolensville Pike in Nashville led to charges for 28-year-old Raul Palomo on a first-degree murder indictment.
Tennesseans will begin receiving account credits or checks this week in a partial agreement resolving an E-book price-fixing lawsuit brought by Attorney General Bob Cooper and attorneys general from 32 other states.
(MCT) -- Federal regulators and Tennessee Attorney General Bob Cooper will meet with the public, payday lending officials and consumer advocates in Nashville today as part of a push to further regulate the payday lending industry and cut back on so-called “debt traps” that mire consumers in a cycle of poverty.