Good morning, Nashville. With the kickoff of the Country Radio Seminar (CRS) today, it’s expected to be a busy and crowded rest of the week in downtown Nashville. There’s also plenty of March Madness to be had as the SEC women’s basketball tournament rolls into the Bridgestone Arena tomorrow and and Ohio Valley Conference brings men’s and women’s basketball to the Municipal Auditorium through Saturday. And this is all very good news for our economy! But if you’re planning to head downtown this week, consider a carpool or maybe taking that free Circulator bus that everyone forgets about.
- Storm damages school. Stratford High School has taken quite a beating in the last couple of severe storms, and crews are working around the clock to patch holes in the roof and replace the waterlogged gym floor.
- Bambi, is that you? A stray deer was spotted roaming through downtown last weekend, spotted by numerous residents of the Encore Condos on Saturday morning. Metro Animal Control officials say it was likely sick or disoriented, but fortunately it wandered away before it or anyone else was hurt!
- Bits & pieces. Tennessee lottery sales set a new record last month … Governor Haslam will be touring all the tornado damage today … Spring Hill may be getting its own theme park, but nobody seems to know what’s up … Muslim, Christian and Jewish faith leaders are banding together to fight Sen. Ketron’s anti-Sharia Law bill … The IRS says they’ve got unclaimed tax returns for Tennesseans dating back to 2007.
Photo by Victor Guy.
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