The Exchange Club of Donelson-Hermitage, a local chapter of a nationwide civic organization, will hold its fifth-annual Field of Honor at Victory Field at the Hermitage during the week of Veterans Day.
Volunteers associated with Hands On Nashville and long-term recovery groups will be in Donelson and Hermitage neighborhoods Sept. 26 to canvass those affected by the March 3 tornado to make sure homeowners know there is still help available to recover.
On a sultry day last week, Gov. Bill Lee and First Lady Maria Lee were in the heart of Hermitage to honor a little boy with cancer and his sibling as a local group added a fun playset to their…
The Tennessee Department of Education released plans last week to report additional COVID-19 information at school and district levels, including numbers of new positive COVID-19 cases in districts and schools.
Harold E. Brewer, president and chief executive officer of American Constructors, died Aug. 30 in Brentwood due to severe complications from a recent illness.
A refuge for food lovers, Nadeen’s Hermitage Haven recently delighted locals when they reopened after a short shutdown related to COVID-19 mandates.
The storage trailer that belonged to Cub Scouts Pack 43 was stolen from the parking lot of Hermitage Presbyterian Church sometime late Aug. 28 or early Aug. 29.
Gov. Bill Lee and the financial stimulus accountability group announced last week $61 million would be awarded in Tennessee Emergency Broadband Fund grants to improve access to broadband internet across the state.
Classic country trailblazer and soon-to-be 53-year member of the Grand Ole Opry Jeannie Seely released her highly anticipated album, An American Classic, on Curb Records last week.
Tenn-Fold Brewing opened in Donelson on March 26, and despite opening just as the COVID-19 pandemic caused lockdowns in Middle Tennessee, the craft brewery and pizzeria has since thrived.
Gov. Bill Lee and the Financial Stimulus Accountability Group announced last week new and expanded financial relief programs for small businesses, agribusinesses, displaced workers and the tourism industry through the federal Coronavirus Relief Fund.
KNOXVILLE—The latest research from the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture indicated during late April and early May, about 525,000 Tennessee households were food insufficient, meaning they sometimes or often did not have enough to eat – that’s one in…
Metro Nashville east precinct detectives continue to work to identify a suspect who robbed the Dollar General at 3006 Gallatin Pike.