The proposed $18 million bridge would connect two busy downtown Nashville neighborhoods.
The study shows Nashville drivers spend more than 33 hours sitting in traffic. That’s good enough, or bad enough, for the 23rd most in the c…
Schools Director Mike Looney announced the district has purchased land for an elementary school and a middle school on Split Load Road.
Nashville-based developer Lance Bloom is asking Metro for rezoning approval so he can build eight townhomes and 16 micro units, or tiny apar…
Residents were vocal and presented the city with a petition with well over 500 signatures.
Murfreesboro Road from downtown to where it crosses under Interstate 24 is changing daily.
If the borrower does not refinance, sell or move out of the home for 10 years, the entire $15,000 loan is forgiven.
The Regional Transit Authority has now put the land surrounding the Music City Star train up for lease.
The bills, each proposed by different councilmembers would affect the future of popular websites like Airbnb and HomeAway.
Eva Angelina-Romero, chapter president of the non-profit organization, told News 2 why the group saw a need for its services in Music City.
Since 2000, the Hispanic population of Nashville has grown by more than 176 percent. That number is expected to be even larger when census d…
Mayor Barry, lead investor John Ingram, and committee co-founders Bill Hagerty and Will Alexander met with MLS President Mark Abbott in hope…
Nashville’s mayor discussed her vision on the future of Nashville while speaking at a meeting for the Rotary Club.
Mayor Megan Barry also feels the best place for a stadium is at the fairgrounds off Wedgewood Avenue.
Governor Bill Haslam announced new legislation Thursday called the Tennessee Broadband Accessibility Act that would increase broadband acces…
Construction is anticipated to last about 20 months and the water park is tentatively expected to open in the fall of 2018.
People across Music City are buying homes just to rent them out on sites like Airbnb or Home Away.
Applications for Major League Soccer expansion are due at the end of this month on January 31.
Everyone has somewhere to be, but not being courteous is a big part of why we see significant backups every morning.
If Nashville decides to make the leap, it will likely cost around $1 billion, or almost twice as much as the new convention center.