Since September, 2019, Kierra has been busy writing a story she hopes inspires other children. Nashville, TN — Thirteen-year-old Kierra Perkins is no stranger to entrepreneurship– She’s the CEO of her own company, Kandles by […]
WASHINGTON CO., TN– Sharee and DeVonn Burress of St. Louis had no idea where the search for their family history would take them. With the help of genealogy research company Ancestry.com and NBC’s weekly show […]
By Clint Confehr NASHVILLE, TN — Lee Chapel’s pastor appropriated $5,000 from a Community Foundation grant to pay dumping fees for volunteers’ removal of tornado debris from a North Nashville neighborhood. At about that time, […]
Nashville, TN — The hit stage play “Je’Caryous Johnson presents SET IT OFF” based on the critically acclaimed film by the same name is back by popular demand, arriving in Nashville Sun., March 15 at […]
NASHVILLE,TN—SAG Funeral Home owner Steve Ganaway is a man dedicated to giving back to his community. He grew up on Arthur St. in North Nashville in a little enclave of houses and small businesses. As […]
By McKinley Young Jr. NASHVILLE- Bowl games have started and the NFL regular season will be over in two weeks. While most sports fans are beginning to set their sights on the basketball season, developmental […]
Sandra Lee Weaver talks with historian professor Dr. Lea Williams on the history and importance of Fort Negley.
Kaliss Stephens sits down to talk with Howard Jones, candidate for Davidson County Senate District 19.
The Nashville Branch NAACP will hold its annual meeting on Thursday, December 14, 2017, 6 PM at Spruce Street Baptist Church Merry Townsend Center, 504 Spruce Street (Rev. Raymond Bowman, Pastor). Members are invited and […]