Good morning, Nashville. Things got a little rowdy in the Mother Church last night when someone got stabbed at a Gregg Allman concert. Yes, seriously! We’re making a mental note to never bump into anyone at a Ryman concert again.
- Goodbye, Macy’s. Macy’s is closing five stores nationwide and our Hickory Hollow Macy’s drew one of the short straws. Head into the store beginning Sunday for clearance sales.
- We didn’t buy a zoo, but… The Nashville Zoo saw record attendance in 2011, drawing 648,034 visitors and growing attendance for the third year in a row.
- Water woes. 6,700 people in Maury County got letters saying that their tap water could cause cancer, and not to bother boiling or purifying it because it just won’t help. Good news, we think – The Water System superintendent, Larry Chunn, says not to worry – the drinking water is not dangerous to drink and only 1 out of 10,000 people who drink 2 liters a day for 70 years will get cancer from it.
- Bits & pieces. We’ll get two extra days to file taxes this year … Franklin police nabbed an employee of the Franklin Parks Dept who is suspected of flashing several women over the past few weeks … Some TSU December graduates would like their diplomas, please and thank you … Tennessee voter ID count is up to 9,500 … Mike Munchak axed his secondary coach and assistant secondary coach this week … The Stache has another interview, this time with the St. Louis Rams … Former Belmont soccer coach Lisa Howe is starting her own diversity consulting and strategic management business … Back to warmer temperatures for a few days …
Photo by THE DUDE.
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