This article originally appeared on Chalkbeat.org.
Gov. Bill Haslam wants Tennessee to become the nation’s fastest-improving state when it comes to teacher pay.
Mayor Megan Barry, Councilwoman Karen Y. Johnson, District 29 and Lonnell Matthews, Executive Director of Community joined Marcus Meneese, Founder and Executive Director of Stronger Than My Father Inc. to celebrate the ribbon cutting and opening of the Stronger Than My Father mentoring program.
The program is housed at Smith Spring Church of Christ 2783 Smith Springs Rd, Nashville, TN 37217.
Stronger than my Father is a mentoring program that provides fatherless youth the opportunity to live out their Gods given purpose. The nonprofit offers ACT Preparation, the Hope Leadership and Family Life Programs.
Jeremiah Walker has won a scholarship and all he had to do was sing.
The Southeast Regional Recreation Center in Antioch announces two great new programs, “Tot Time” and the “After School Enrichment Program.”
Linda Sarmiento, 30, of Antioch, surrendered to police Sunday afternoon after one died in a hit-and-run accident allegedly caused by Sarmiento.
As the tail end of the month, we have a bit of a “down” week this week in Antioch. Still there are a few things going on.
Still, like we said, it is a light week, so it is a short post.
WMOT-FM, Middle Tennessee State University’s public radio station, is dramatically expanding its reach and range of music to launch a new format dedicated to Americana music and a new home on the dial for its current jazz format.
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Metro Nashville Public Schools is currently considering constructing a new elementary school to help address the rapid growth in the Cane Ridge cluster.
Antioch resident Jena Dunton of Columbia State Community College was named to the dean’s list for earning academic honors during the spring 2016 semester.
Hermitage Precinct detectives tonight traveled to Lavergne to arrest Latasha Starks on a 1st degree murder indictment for the February 12th fatal shooting of Nashvillian Algernon Cross in the parking lot of 449 Bell Road.
Last week, high school students at Lighthouse Christian School were the recipients of iPads thanks to generous donation from the Predators Foundation and the Nashville Predators.
The school, which heavily integrates technology in the classroom at all ages, utilizes the iPads in a variety of ways, including using them to give students access to textbooks, most of which are in digital format.
The Center for Accelerated Language Acquisition at MTSU is offering classical Indian yoga on campus this fall.
The final in a series of meetings for residents of Metro Council District 33 will be held Tuesday evening.
South Precinct detectives are working to identify two gunmen who early Sunday morning robbed the Burger King at 5300 Hickory Hollow Parkway.