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Like something out of a horror movie, cicadas are just plain creepy with their dead, bulbous red eyes and constant, squeaky chirp. And they are soon to be here, back from their 17-year hibernation of sorts. In a swarm...
Giving Always Matters. There has been one day each May for the past seven years that the community has come together and showered our nonprofits with its generosity. It is 24 hours to celebrate the spirit of giving and collaboration,...
As 40% of Davidson County’s total population has received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, Nashville Mayor John Cooper announces that all COVID-19 capacity limitations in Nashville/Davidson County will be lifted on Friday, May 14th. Nashville began its...
Target’s annual car seat trade-in event is happening now until April 17. Target first introduced the program in April 2016. Since the program launched, Target has recycled more than 1,100,000 car seats, or more than 17 million pounds of plastic...
Beginning Friday, March 26th, the city of Nashville eased some COVID-19 restrictions for bars/restaurants, gatherings, sporting events, and more. Effective March 26: Bars and restaurants can now have 175 patrons per floor (increased from 125) and 100 patrons outside Bars...

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