Some of the biggest stars in country music turned out for a red carpet event April 23 to commemorate the grand opening of the George Jones Museum, celebrating the life and work of one of the icons of country music.
Austin Jackson, a retired U.S. Air Force officer, combined his leadership experience as a supervisor of special air operations, as well as his firsthand experience as a Veteran’s Affairs patient to open a BrightStar Care in-home health care franchise in Nashville.
Tennessee Attorney General Herbert H. Slatery III and Bill Giannini, acting director of the Tennessee Division of Consumer Affairs announced settlements with Sprint Corp. and Verizon Wireless that include $158 million in payments.
A Middle District of Tennessee judge has ruled in favor of 200 former employees of Vanderbilt University Medical Center in a class action suit that alleged the medical center violated the federal Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act.
For many, springtime brings more than April showers and May flowers. Each year, the season brings fear and anxiety to many tornado- and storm-fearing residents of the Southeast, including Middle Tennessee.