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Nashville, TN (TN Tribune)—Families who lost loved ones to Covid-19 can now get help with funeral expenses from the Federal Emergency Management Agency, though the program got off to a bumpy start. The agency launched […]
Jill Biden is bringing a new focus to the cause of supporting America’s military families. The first lady on Wednesday announced the next chapter for a decade-old military family support program she and then-first lady […]
Nashville, TN (TN Tribune)— WPLN News has hired Juliana Kim as the newsroom’s first Education Reporter, starting May 3, 2021. For the past year, Kim has been a reporting fellow at The New York Times, […]
Nashville, TN (TN Tribune)–Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., is the oldest historically African-American Greek-lettered sorority, founded January 15, 1908 on the historical campus of Howard University “Alpha Chapter” in Washington, DC. It is the first […]
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) _ Nashville’s top health officials on Friday tweaked the city’s mask mandate to exclude requiring face coverings in outdoor spaces. According to the city’s latest public health order, masks will be still […]
Memphis, TN (TN Tribune)–A Tennessee legislative committee changed course abruptly on Wednesday and approved a proposal that could force Shelby County Schools to negotiate the sale of three school buildings in an affluent Memphis suburb. […]
Nashville, TN (TN Tribune)–The Office of the Metropolitan Trustee, Metropolitan Minority Caucus, and the Department of Social Services are working diligently alongside community partners to ensure Nashvillians have access to essential resources during this unprecedented […]