Man Arrested For Stealing Elderly Woman’s Home And Savings
It is unclear how William Holland knows Laudine Clark but he’s accused of stealing from her while she was suffering from dementia in a nursing home. A grand jury indictment shows that 46 year old Holland, is accused of stealing more than $250,000 from 92 year old Laudine Clark. Police say he also had her transfer the deed to her home in Vanderbilt Place. He’s been indicted on four felony counts. He is currently in jail and will be arraigned in two weeks.
Tennessee Will Begin Issuing Federally-Compliant Driver Licenses
Tennessee will be issuing Real ID drivers licenses this summer. If you don’t have one by next fall, it could hamper your travel plans. The law was passed in 2005 in response to 9/11. So, what does this mean for you? You’ll need proof of citizenship when renewing your driver license. It could be a birth certificate, passport or social security card, and proof that you live in Tennessee, like a utility bill or a lease agreement. Megan Buell with Tennessee Homeland Security said the gold star makes your driver license federally compliant. If your license is not up for renewal, here’s what you need to do. Without that gold star on your driver’s license, there is this option.”If you don’t have that gold star indicator, you can use your passport to fly as well,” said Buell. Tennessee will begin issuing the Real ID drivers licenses in July.
Midstate High Schools Banned From Playoffs Due To Massive Brawl Hope To Reverse Decision
The fight that broke out between Antioch and John Overton High Schools during the handshake line at the end of the game in October has resulted in the two midstate high schools are working to reverse the TSSAA’s decision to ban both football teams from post-season play. Both teams were given a $2,000 fine from the TSSAA and a two-season playoff ban. Since the fight, John Overton has developed a new security plan, changed coaching positions, and collaborated with Antioch to spark change and growth at both schools.
1000 TEACHERS OUT TODAY
More than 1,000 Metro Nashville Public Schools teachers are going to be absent on Thursday — the same day the school board is to present its budget to Metro Council and protests over pay are planned. Some of the absences are tied to ongoing protests from teachers over a proposed $28.2 million increase in the district’s budget from Mayor David Briley, which only leaves room for a 3% raise. The district employs over 5,270 teachers.
SICK TEACHERS IN COLLABORATION WITH RED4ED PRESENTS
Woman Killed In Mt. Juliet Crash
Kimberly Shay was killed in a Mt. Juliet crash Wednesday night. The THP says Shay was driving eastbound on West Division St. when her vehicle ran off the road, hitting a mailbox and a cedar tree before stopping on the passenger side. Shay was taken to Vanderbilt University Medical Center, where she later died.