Good morning, Nashville. A quick tour of the headlines this morning:
- A group of protesters hung out around the Davidson County Clerk’s Office yesterday demanding John Arriola’s resignation. [WTVF]
- Tennessee’s unemployment rate keeps creeping back up toward 10%, but we’re not quite there yet. [WRKN]
- Home break-ins are up by 29% in Davidson County’s south precinct. [WTVF]
- Once upon a time, a bear got a plastic jug stuck on its head in Tennessee for a few weeks and it kept making the national news. We’re happy to report that this story does have a happy ending! [Tennessean]
- Good news about these pop-up afternoon storms: They are making things a little less stupid-hot around here. [Nashville WX]
- Congratulations, Tennessee! You’re one of the 20 states with the most toxic air in the country thanks to coal and oil-fired power plants. [WTVF]
- Not even a week after announcing their impending closure, the Elliston Place Soda Shop reached a deal on their rent and signed a new 5-year lease. Milkshakes all around! [WTVF]
- Things got a little rowdy at a community meeting in LaVergne last night, putting our recent string of Metro Council shouting matches to shame. [Tennessean]
Photo by Kerry Woo.
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