The March 23 Edition

SEC Tips Off March Madness in Nashville With High Hopes for Vandy and Businesses By TOM WOOD / March 5, 2023 To their credit, the city of Nashville and all the downtown merchants have fully embraced the Southeastern Conference men’s basketball tournament, which returns to Bridgestone Arena for a March 8-12 run. Here’s hoping local basketball fans show the same love for our hometown team, the Vanderbilt Commodores, Continue reading The March 23 Edition

The February 2023 Edition

Eggstra, Eggstra! Read All About How Latest Shortage Affects Consumers, Restaurants By TOM WOOD / February 1, 2023 That’s my punny headline for my latest Ledger story about the egg shortage crisis is affecting Tennesseans, both consumers and those in the restaurant industry. Punny headline but not a laughing matter. Avian flu has killed millions and millions of shortages and the prices have gone up at grocery stores Continue reading The February 2023 Edition

The January 2023 Edition

Developers Focus on Belle Meade Plaza As Next Nashville Major High-Rise Project By TOM WOOD / JANUARY 23, 2023 If you’ve been in downtown Nashville the last couple of years, you’ve certainly noticed Music City’s vertical growth. High-rises, towers and cranes are everywhere, changing the city’s skyline. Suburban neighborhoods have seen similar growth and changes, though perhaps not as towering. That could soon change on the outskirts of Continue reading The January 2023 Edition