Alliance Distribution Partners will hire 50 people over the next two years.
The economic downturn has delayed work on a new hotel in Shelbyville.
The 22 centers will use “mass claims sessions” to process dozens of people at the same time. They open Thursday.
Speed Thomas gave the 100-year-old Ellsworth Woodward painting to Goodwill a few weeks ago. It sold for more than $8,000.
An Arlington, Virginia-based group funded more than 90% of Nashville English First's campaign.
Police said alcohol may have been a contributing factor in the crash that left one man dead.
Radius 10 and Agave located in The Gulch have closed.
The U.S. Senate has approved a four-month delay in digital TV conversion.
Governor Bredesen has asked UT and the Board of Regents to look at cuts for at least two scenarios.
Two teens are facing charges in at least three Mid-State cities after police said they targeted passing cars with slingshots.
Renovations to the Nashville Public Library in downtown will include plasma TVs and a Wii video game system.
Keith Caldwell says the plan will re-segregate Nashville schools and has filed a complaint with U.S. Department of Education.
A school resource officer found the gun in the 17-year-old's waistband.
The 12 jurors and two alternates will travel to Nashville Tuesday. Opening statements are slated to begin Wednesday morning.
Icy conditions north of Nashville and into Kentucky closed several school systems and left thousands in Clarksville without power.
Charges against a Bedford County woman accused of having sexual contact with a teenager have been dropped.
Fire damaged a south Nashville restaurant early Monday morning.
The heavy equipment maker has substantial presence in Nashville although the exact impact in Middle Tennessee is not yet known.
One man is dead following a police pursuit and shooting on I-24 in Coffee County.
A Hendersonville mansion onced owned by country music legend Tammy Wynette was severely damaged by fire.