The committee decided how it will collect information surrounding the mayor’s affair and her use of taxpayer money.
Davidson County residents go to the polls on May 1 to vote on the proposed mass transit project.
During a news conference about his retirement Wednesday, Director Gwyn chose his words carefully about the investigation timeline.
Mayor Barry signed an executive order that recognizes trees as a public utility.
As of now, there are three simultaneous investigations into the mayor.
On Friday, the mayor’s office released hundreds of pages of documents associated with Mayor Barry and Forrest’s travel.
Council members Erica Gilmore, Bob Mendes, Brenda Haywood, Robert Swope, Burkley Allen, Mina Johnson and Russ Pulley make up the committee.
In an interview with News 2, Nashville Mayor Megan Barry said she has no plans to resign after her extramarital affair with her former head …
By next summer the city plans to install sensors in the Cayce, Napier/Sudekum, and Buena Vista Heights/Elizabeth Park neighborhoods, which h…
A group of ministers say Mayor Barry should resign. Is that the right thing to do?
The complaint, which will be filed by Theeda Murphy on behalf of Community Oversight Now, comes exactly one week after Barry admitted to hav…
The mayor’s travel expenses and overtime were called into question after she admitted to an affair with her security detail.
Sgt. Rob Forrest’s retirement from his position went into effect last Wednesday, the same day Mayor Barry admitted the two had an extramarit…
It comes after the mayor admitted last week to an extramarital affair with the head of her security detail, who also retired.
The proposed 26-mile light rail will start at Gallatin Road and stretch from downtown to Briley Parkway.
News 2 asked her about her affair with the head of her security detail, asking what she has to say to the public.
The letter was written by the Community Oversight Now Coalition, comprised of members of Black Lives Matter, Gideon’s Army, and the Justice …
On Monday, the mayor’s office released a statement “outlining facts and information as best we know at this time.”
Councilman Steve Glover questions if the mayor or her administration can suggest cuts or the like when her own finances are under scrutiny.
Nashville Mayor Megan Barry apologized to the city and vowed to move forward.