INTERIM SUPERINTENDENT SECURE UNTIL 2021

 

INTERIM SUPERINTENDENT SECURE UNTIL 2021

The Nashville public schools board secured its interim superintendent, Adrienne Battle for at least the next two years on Tuesday night, ending several months of uncertainty about the director’s contract. The agreement lasts until April 15, 2021, and will allow for  Battle to remain in place until after next year’s school board election. Battle will be paid $285,000 a year for her service as interim. She will be allowed to return to her job or an equivalent position if she isn’t selected as a permanent director in 2021.

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Metro Action Commission

Metro Action Commission

  Metro Action Commission Address: 800 2nd Ave N, Nashville, TN 37201 Phone: (615) 862-8860 https://www.nashville.gov/Metro-Action-Commission.aspx  

First Tennessee Park, ballpark of Nashville Sounds, to be renamed First Horizon Park

First Tennessee Park, ballpark of Nashville Sounds, to be renamed First Horizon Park

  First Tennessee Park, ballpark of Nashville Sounds, to be renamed First Horizon Park The Nashville Sounds has announced  that First Tennessee Parkwill be renamed First Horizon Park. The ballpark’s new name is pivotal in First Horizon’s new rebranding and structuring. They merged with First Tennessee Bank and it’s subsidiearies in June. Sign changes at the park…

Two Arrested At South Nashville Motel For Trafficking Teen

Two Arrested At South Nashville Motel For Trafficking Teen

  Two arrested at South Nashville motel for trafficking teen 22 year old Ashley Henderson and 22 year old Tyreese Manuel were arrested for trafficking at a south Nashville motel after an investigation by the  Specialized Investigations Division and South Precinct detectives. They were trafficking a 17 year old girl from Memphis for prostitution. Two people from…

Top 5 Things You Should Know Today (08-23-19)

Top 5 Things You Should Know Today (08-23-19)

      MLS STADIUM COSTING MORE THAN ANTICIPATED The Major League Soccer stadium that is being constructed at the fairgrounds is going to  cost between $50 million and $70 million more than initial estimates, but taxpayers will not be responsible for the cost. Nashville SC ownership will foot the bill for the expenses over the $250 million. With a…