It’s certainly worth a double take, and our very own Anne Holt is here with the story in Anne Holt’s Tennessee.
This year, 20 elementary and middle schools are part of our Food 2 Families school food drive.
The YWCA has supported the advancement of women for more than a century, and it’s something that the new CEO vows to continue like never bef…
Rick Schwartz has been bringing a lot of buzz to the zoo as it enjoys more growth than ever.
Terry Key started the Edgehill Bike Club as a way to teach kids life skills that enhance their chance to leave the neighborhood for a better…
Donald Marshall knows more than machines. He also knows music.
News 2 donated its retired StormTracker set to the Yellow Jackets.
The program brings people like 82-year old Neal Buchanan and 8-year old Noah Dejesus together in an effort to help children learn to read.
Mary Bell moved to Dickson in 1985, raised a family, worked as a critical care nurse for 40 years and now finds joy in bringing nutrition to…
McDowell Elementary School rang in the 2017-18 school year with a 130-year-old restored bell.
Nashvillians responded in an unprecedented manner to a need that had never been seen before.
Dr. Foster said his work is not done yet, but when it is, he hopes to be remembered as someone who tried to make the world a better place an…
Robin Moore and her team go out only when requested by law enforcement. Eighty percent of their assignments are water recovery.
Grant Ballard and Taylor Allen were just 9 and 10-years-old when they starred in their first commercial for the credit union.
More than 30 years after starting the garden, its continuing to grow in Germantown.
The items sewn with care and love are custom made for breast cancer patients, all specially-designed to support women who are in the fight o…
Andy Garmezy and his two-and-a-half-year-old Golden Retriever are among the volunteers at Vanderbilt University Medical Center.
“It’s a place that time forgot,” said Mayor Jenny Hunt, and the folks in the small Bedford County town aim to keep it that way.
Jaynee Day is the woman behind Middle Tennessee’s largest hunger relief program.
Forty-five years ago, Ellen Gilbert left her Ohio home and came to Nashville to study teaching at Peabody College.