- Several organizations including Metro Action Commission are trying to get window units into the hands of as many air conditioner-less people as possible. So if you’ve got an extra one to spare, find out where you can take it. Similarly, keep an eye out for elderly friends and neighbors or anyone else without A/C who might be in need. [WSMV]
- The Antioch Islamic Center is finally good to go, having finally purchased the old theater building they were looking at, much to the chagrin of many of the town’s residents. [WSMV]
- Sales tax collections showed the biggest increase in three years between June and July, which is a good sign for our state’s economy since we depend on sales tax. [WTVF]
- The Preds gave their executive leadership team a bit of a makeover with a new CEO and COO, both of whom are expected to give the business side of things a boost. [Tennessean]
- Here is that thing which happens every year around this time and which causes us to stay inside under several layers of netting: West Nile mosquitoes! Metro Health Department is already on it, however, and they’ve got traps set up in hopes of catching them before they infect anyone. [WSMV]
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