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High Anxiety

We live in an era of high anxiety.  We are anxious about our health, our jobs, our kids, our money, our friends, our churches, our relationships, our climate, our environment, and so many other things.  We are bombarded by...

Go Pack

When I leave for work in the morning, I make sure I have the essentials and over the years, the list has gotten longer.  Keys, wallet, cellphone, glasses, medicine, work id and I am out the door.  I am...
NASHVILLE, TN — Award-winning local financial services company Advance Financial was included on the Nashville Business Journal’s Fast 50 list of the fastest-growing private companies in Middle Tennessee. The company was also included on the Inc. 5000 list of...
By Genma Stringer Holmes NORTH NASHVILLE, TN — Childhood friends and proud Tennessee State University alums; Clinton Gray, III, Derrick “Mo” Moore and Emmanuel “EJ” Reed, are no strangers to entrepreneurship. The trailblazing trio are owners of GT Services, which...
NASHVILLE, TN — Nashville-based financial services company Advance Financial was named a 2017 winner for Company of the Year in the 15th Annual American Business Awards. The company received the bronze award for large companies (more than 250 employees...
New Veterinarian clinic brings happy customers with their advanced technologies and personalized services.
The back-to-school tax-free shopping weekend has nearly arrived in Madison County and Tennessee. Tennesseans can save nearly 10 percent on clothing, school supplies and computers during the annual tax-free weekend beginning 12:01 a.m. Friday through 11:59 p.m. Sunday. Shoppers will not...
By Clint Confehr NASHVILLE, TN — Groundbreaking for a bigger Dismas House — most residents are formerly incarcerated — is leading to construction subcontractor jobs that could start next fall. “We’re working though codes, finalizing architectural designs and will send out...
MADISON, TN — After decades of service to the Madison-Rivergate Area Chamber of Commerce, most recently serving as Ex-Officiating Officer of Economic and Community Development Chair, Nathan Massey submitted his resignation of the Chair’s position. “I am grateful to have...
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (TSU News Service) -Tennessee State University graduates look to have an advantage entering the workforce due to a $2 million career development grant from the United Negro College Fund. Staff with the university’s career development center believe the...