New Black Coaches Enjoying Different Results

Considering how few top college football teams have Black head coaches, it’s never too soon to review their situations, especially at places that expect immediate and consistent progress. After only three games, it couldn’t...

Legendary Oak Ridge Boys Receive Artwork

NASHVILLE, TN — The Oak Ridge Boys had the official unveiling of the caricature artwork for legendary Country music manager and impresario, Jim Halsey, at The Palm restaurant downtown. The Country Music Hall of Famers and Grand...

Nashville Drummer Raises Funds for African Relief

By Ron Wynn NASHVILLE, TN — Nashville percussionist Tom Larson has been actively involved in a very special cause the past four years: helping find ways to protect schools and churches in Uganda from prevalent...

School Board Faces Court Order

By Clint Confehr COLUMBIA, TN — Maury County’s school board will follow a court judgement — one that found “inappropriate” acts — on how to follow state law “moving forward” with teachers toward employee work...

Dr. Matthew Walker Built 50-Year Legacy at MWCHC

By Cillea Houghton  NASHVILLE, TN — When Dr. Matthew Walker Sr. established the Matthew Walker Comprehensive Health Center, he set into motion a revered 50-year legacy that’s reflected in its mission today. Walker opened the center...

Callaway Offers Real World Results

By Ms. June NASHVILLE, TN — With so many elections bombarding the citizens of Nashville in the year 2018, Christina “Chris” Callaway shows up as a breath of fresh air, balance and consistency in the...

Nashville Launches Large-Scale Health Assessment

NASHVILLE, TN — Metro Public Health Department (MPHD) and NashvilleHealth are launching the Nashville Community Health + Well-being Survey, a foundational, county-wide survey of the health of Nashville residents. The large-scale assessment, to be sent...

David Williams Stepping Down as Vice Chancellor, Athletics Director

 NASHVILLE, TN — David Williams II, vice chancellor for athletics and university affairs and athletics director at Vanderbilt University, announced earlier this week that he plans to step down from his leadership role at...

Liar, Liar Pants on Fire!

By Peter White NASHVILLE, TN — Brett Kavanaugh isn’t on the Supreme Court yet, but Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA) says he will be by October 1. The full senate may vote as early as September...

Unveiling of Historical Marker for the Riverside Sanitarium

NASHVILLE, TN — On September 29, 2018 at 3 pm the Riverside Historical Society will formally unveil placement of a historical marker for the Riverside Sanitarium, the first black Seventh-day Adventist medical facility, founded in...