Mayor John Cooper announced Tuesday he will not seek re-election and will instead step down at the end of his first term.
"We've gotten more accomplished in the [last] 40 months than any 40 months in Metro history, and we will finish strong," Cooper said during a brief speech announcing his decision.
Pullman Standard, a new cocktail lounge that opened last week in Cummins Station, is seeking to elevate happy hour options available in the downtown core.
Nashville Mayor John Cooper unveiled his plan for new city projects Thursday.
- Cooper's total capital spending plan, which must be approved by the Metro Council, comes in at $478 million — including $139 million for schools.
Franklin's housing market remains red hot.
- A mansion that was destroyed by a fire and listed for nearly $1.5 million is under contract after only a few days.
Chris Stapleton, one of the most celebrated vocalists in country music, will sing the national anthem before the Super Bowl on Feb. 12.
U.S. Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) and her colleagues on the Senate Judiciary Committee grilled Ticketmaster Tuesday in a hearing called in the wake of the Taylor Swift ticket sales debacle.
- U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) says Ticketmaster had managed to unify a bitterly divided Congress.
Mayor John Cooper wants to put $92 million toward a new juvenile justice campus, the Tennessean reports.
- The long-sought project is the biggest item on Cooper's upcoming capital spending plan, according to the newspaper.
America is coping with a shortage of home care workers, and high turnover among those who do take the job is making it even harder to line up care for loved ones, the Wall Street Journal reports.
- The median caregiver turnover rate was about 65% in 2021, the WSJ reported, citing data from Home Care Pulse, a company that provides training to home care agencies.
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