Happy Hour: True Colors

  • Metro is trying to go after the folks who put up signs on the side of the road or on utility poles by proposing a $50 fine for the offense. [WTVF]
  • The University of the South is doing the unfathomable: Cutting tuition by 10%. [WSMV]
  • Congratulations, Nashville! You’re the fourth brainiest city in the country according to Forbes, behind New Orleans, Raleigh and Austin. [WSMV]
  • The road closures around the Music City Center construction are just going on and on and on… [WKRN]
  • City officials are holding a public meeting to discuss the very bleak Sidewalk Situation in Green Hills. [WSMV]
  • The Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce is concerned about the fact that Metro Schools’ ACT numbers are “essentially unacceptably low.” [WPLN]
  • We’re about two weeks away from a potential football lockout and both the players’ union and the NFL have agreed to try some mediation as a last-ditch effort to prevent that from happening. [WKRN]

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