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  1. Women's Right to Vote: Nashville commemorates 19th Amendment with yearlong celebration

    On Aug. 18, 1920 the Tennessee General Assembly voted to approve women's suffrage thus becoming the 36th and final state needed to ratify the amendment to the U.S. Constitution. On Aug. 26, 1920, all women across the country were given the right to vote. Additional Info...
  2. Report finds increase in people spending 90 minutes or more commuting to work

    A report from ApartmentList states that workers commuting 90 minutes or more each way to work grew by 32% from 2005-2017. Dubbed "super commuters, those traveling 90 minutes or more were three times the 9% of those with commutes under 90 minutes. Additional Info...
  3. Year-long Centennial Park redesign to start this week

    A year-long project to redesign parts of Centennial Park will begin this week, according to Metro Parks officials. This will be Phase Two of the Centennial Park redesign. Pedestrians will see a lot of the improvements. Additional Info...
  4. Visitors to Sumner County spent more than $157 million in 2018

    Visitor spending has significantly increased in Sumner County, a report from the Tennessee Department of Tourism Development states. Sumner County saw a 6.3% increase in visitor spending last year, jumping from $148.63M in 2017 to $157.99M in 2018. Additional Info...
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