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1. TN reaction to abortion ruling varied, intense -

Reaction to the Supreme Court’s 6-3 vote overturning Roe v. Wade last week ranged from rage to celebration, with abortion rights advocates decrying the decision while anti-abortion forces moving to restrict access as quickly as possible.

2. July 4 celebrations across Middle Tennessee -

A sampling of Independence Day events around Middle Tennessee, each featuring fireworks and other fun for families.

Brentwood

Where: Eddy Arnold Amphitheater in Crockett Park, 1500 Volunteer Parkway, Brentwood, 37027

3. So, you think you’re an expert on all things related to July 4? -

Happy (almost) Fourth of July! In honor of the 246th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence, here’s a quiz about it and other historical bits from the early days of the country.

No cheating!

4. Bin there, done with recycling confusion -

On any given day, a small but fiercely dedicated army arrives to do battle. They come in SUVs, small sedans and pickup trucks. Their battle attire is tank tops, Bermuda shorts and flip-flops.

Their common enemy? Waste. Their ammunition is cardboard, aluminum cans and plastic bottles they faithfully march to recycling centers.

5. Court lets Tennessee 6-week abortion ban take effect -

NASHVILLE (AP) — A federal court on Tuesday allowed Tennessee's ban on abortion as early as six weeks into pregnancy to take effect, citing the Supreme Court's decision last week to overturn the landmark Roe v. Wade abortion rights case.

6. Bonnaroo, a leader in green fests, faces climate change risk -

MANCHESTER (AP) — Since its debut on a rural Tennessee farm two decades ago, the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival strived to be one of the country's greenest music festivals, investing in recycling, composting, solar energy and other improvements.

7. Instagram, Facebook remove posts offering abortion pills -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Facebook and Instagram have begun promptly removing posts that offer abortion pills to women who may not be able to access them following a Supreme Court decision that stripped away constitutional protections for the procedure.

8. More than 1 million voters switch to GOP in warning for Dems -

WASHINGTON (AP) — A political shift is beginning to take hold across the U.S. as tens of thousands of suburban swing voters who helped fuel the Democratic Party's gains in recent years are becoming Republicans.

9. Manufacturers struggle to keep pace with vinyl record demand -

The arrival of the compact disc nearly killed off record albums, with vinyl pressing machines sold, scrapped and dismantled by major record labels.

Four decades later, with resuscitated record album sales producing double-digit annual growth, manufacturers are rapidly rebuilding an industry to keep pace with sales that reached $1 billion last year.

10. How Tennessee, other U.S. states have banned, limited, protected abortion -

The U.S. Supreme Court has overturned Roe v. Wade, the 1973 decision that had provided a constitutional right to abortion. Friday's ruling is expected to lead to abortion bans in roughly half the states. In anticipation of the decision, several states led by Democrats have taken steps to protect abortion access. The decision also sets up the potential for legal fights between the states over whether providers and those who help women obtain abortions can be sued or prosecuted.

11. Legal battles likely as divided states grapple with abortion -

The Supreme Court's decision Friday to overturn the constitutional right to abortion has only further fractured an already deep division between the states, where contentious legal battles are almost certain to erupt as legislatures and attorneys general grapple with the new landscape of abortion access.

12. Amazon providing $23M for affordable housing in Seattle -

SEATTLE (AP) — Amazon said Thursday it is providing $23 million to help minority-led organizations build or preserve more than 500 new affordable housing units in Seattle — the latest spending by a tech company to ease a severe housing crunch the industry has helped create.

13. Developer holds open houses on proposed Tennessee gas line -

HARTSVILLE (AP) — Energy developer Enbridge is hosting a series of open houses this month to discuss its plan to build a 125-mile methane gas pipeline in Tennessee between Trousdale and Roane counties.

14. Questions answered, unanswered as Titans wrap offseason -

The offseason work is in the books for the Tennessee Titans.

Installations have been made for both the offensive and defensive systems. Quarterback Ryan Tannehill has been working to develop chemistry with his new receivers, and rookies and other newcomers are working to get more comfortable, so they can be ready to go once training camp opens July 26.

15. Snitker named Waller chief diversity officer -

Ron Snitker has been named the first chief diversity officer at the Nashville-based Waller Lansden Dortch & Davis.

Snitker will be responsible for overseeing and executing the firm’s diversity, equity and inclusion strategy in concert with Waller’s Diversity Committee. This includes internal and external initiatives such as collaborating on recruiting, retention, firm culture, programming, leadership development and community engagement.

16. Angry Fans might pass on ’22 Ally 400 -

A year ago, when NASCAR returned top-tier Cup Series racing to the Nashville area for the first time since 1984 with the Ally 400 at Nashville Superspeedway, the race-day experience looked like an easy victory for the track and fans.

17. Nuclear industry hopes to expand output with new reactors -

The U.S. nuclear industry is generating less electricity as reactors retire, but now plant operators are hoping to nearly double their output over the next three decades, according to the industry's trade association.

18. Justice Bus to bring legal aid to Tennessee residents -

NASHVILLE (AP) — A Tennessee court initiative to help residents in need of legal aid has found a new way to reach out. On Monday, officials launched the Tennessee Justice Bus — a mobile legal clinic that will travel the state providing free pop-up legal services.

19. Wallowing in Watergate 50 years later: A political quiz -

WASHINGTON (AP) — For half a century, every major Washington scandal started with some form of this question: Is this another Watergate?

Watergate spawned an all-purpose suffix. If "gate" were appended to misdeeds it was controversy of first rank.

20. Watergate 50th meets Jan. 6. Common thread: Thirst for power -

WASHINGTON (AP) — The wreckage of Watergate and Jan. 6 are a half-century apart yet rooted in the same ancient thirst for power at any cost.

Two presidents, wily and profane, tried an end run around democracy.

21. FIFA picks 2026 World Cup cities, predicts US `No 1 sport' -

NEW YORK (AP) — The 16 cities of the first World Cup spread across three nations have been revealed — with Nashville left out — and FIFA President Gianni Infantino made a bold statement summing up the goal of the 2026 tournament, to be played largely in the United States.

22. Jeffery Simmons dodges contract talk at Titans' minicamp -

NASHVILLE (AP) — Jeffery Simmons showed off some of the slippery moves he uses to dodge offensive linemen when chasing opposing quarterbacks.

23. Despite push, states slow to make Juneteenth a paid holiday -

NASHVILLE (AP) — Recognition of Juneteenth, the effective end of slavery in the U.S., gained traction after the police killing of George Floyd in 2020. But after an initial burst of action, the movement to have it recognized as an official holiday in the states has largely stalled.

24. Henry insists foot is healthy, open to extension from Titans -

NASHVILLE (AP) — Tennessee running back Derrick Henry has let his hair down this offseason, prompting lots of questions about the new 'do.

25. Editor sues Tennessee courts director over meeting access -

NASHVILLE (AP) — The editor of a national news website on Monday sued Tennessee's state court administrator over her February decision to close Judicial Conference meetings to the public.

In a complaint filed in federal court in Nashville, The Center Square Executive Editor Dan McCaleb asks the judge for an order declaring a Tennessee Judicial Conference meeting that begins on Wednesday to be open to the public. An emergency hearing was scheduled for Tuesday afternoon.

26. VU Children’s Hospital No. 1 in state, Southeast -

Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt has once again been named the No. 1 children’s hospital in Tennessee and continues to be recognized among the top pediatric hospitals in the nation, the latest U.S. News & World Report’s Best Children’s Hospital rankings finds.

27. Legal Aid Society picks Nashville managing attorney -

Legal Aid Society, Tennessee’s largest legal nonprofit, has hired Jordan Stringer as managing attorney and director of its Volunteer Lawyers Program.

As managing attorney, Stringer will supervise staff members, oversee administrative functions for the Nashville office, work closely with other management team members to coordinate client services and assist in oversight and quality assurance systems. Stringer will also serve as director of the Volunteer Lawyers Program, developing strategic initiatives and managing staff to support pro bono lawyers helping clients across 48 counties in Middle Tennessee.

28. Vols losing key players from best team they’ve ever fielded -

From being in the conversation as potentially the greatest college baseball team of all time to not even making it to the College World Series.

Tennessee’s season came to an abrupt and somewhat stunning end Sunday when Notre Dame upset the top-seeded Vols in a winner-take-all Game 3 of the Knoxville Super Regional at Lindsey Nelson Stadium.

29. ‘They don’t know my Madison’ -

Sometimes all it takes is a few people to see things not just as they were, but what they could be. To have reverence for the past while guiding growth in the future.

Nancy VanReece is one of those people. She moved to Nashville in 1986 to start her own radio promotion and marketing agency out of college in Texas. Soon she was in publishing, started a small label and sold it to her partners after two years. She then joined the performing rights organization BMI, where she ended up working for 10 years in business and health care licensing.

30. No bartender required: Premixed Jack and Coke going on sale -

It's a Jack and Coke with no bartender required. Coca-Cola Co. said Monday it's partnering with Brown-Forman Corp., the maker of Jack Daniel's Tennessee Whiskey, to sell premixed cocktails. The canned Jack and Coke will be sold globally after a launch in Mexico late this year. A zero-sugar version will also be available.

31. Tennessee tourism agency launches civil rights trail podcast -

NASHVILLE (AP) — Tennessee tourism officials are launching a podcast about prominent 1950s and 1960s civil rights events in the state.

Tennessee's Department of Tourist Development is partnering with Travel South on the Tennessee Civil Rights Trail Podcast. All streaming platforms will carry the three episodes, which feature lesser-known stories.

32. Irish oust Vols, join Ole Miss, OU, Hogs, Longhorns in CWS -

No. 1 national seed Tennessee got knocked out of the NCAA baseball tournament on the same day Mississippi, the last team selected, punched its ticket to the College World Series.

Sunday produced the biggest surprises of a tournament that went mostly according to form in the regional round. Super regionals have made up for that lack of drama.

33. Small businesses are facing 'summer of uncertainty' -

NEW YORK (AP) — Small businesses that depend on outdoor crowds and free-spending tourists aren't sure what to expect this summer.

Consumers likely have a lot of pent-up demand after more than two years of the pandemic. But they're also facing some significant financial headwinds because of the highest inflation in decades. And COVID-19 remains a looming presence.

34. Batter up! Things to know about NCAA super regionals -

Super regionals are the next stop on the NCAA baseball tournament's Road to Omaha.

Four of the best-of-three series are Friday through Sunday: Notre Dame (38-14) at No. 1 national seed Tennessee (56-7), No. 9 Texas (45-19) at No. 8 East Carolina (45-19), No. 12 Louisville (42-19-1) at No. 5 Texas A&M (40-18), Oklahoma (40-21) at No. 4 Virginia Tech (44-12).

35. Tennessee judge: Death row inmate can pursue disability claims -

MEMPHIS (AP) — A Tennessee death row inmate convicted of a 1994 slaying can pursue arguments that he is intellectually disabled and should not be executed under state law, a federal judge has ruled.

36. 7 fired Starbucks workers celebrate union vote in Memphis -

MEMPHIS (AP) — Seven employees of a Tennessee Starbucks who were fired after starting unionization efforts claimed victory Tuesday when their Memphis store voted to join a wave of U.S. locations of the coffee chain that have decided to organize.

37. ServisFirst Bank Nashville hires 2, promotes a third -

ServisFirst Bank Nashville, a subsidiary of ServisFirst Bancshares, has hired Stephanie Sallman as vice president, commercial credit officer, and Ryan Muskar as vice president, commercial portfolio manager. Dan Harrington has been promoted to executive vice president and managing director of corporate real estate.

38. Focus flips to Super Regional with hot Vols hosting Irish -

Controversy, comebacks, middle fingers and a lot of runs. Tennessee baseball’s opening weekend of the NCAA tournament featured a little bit of everything.

The top-seeded Vols went 3-0 to win their regional at Lindsey Nelson Stadium, staging comebacks and getting strong relief pitching in their final two games to advance to the Super Regional for the second straight season.

39. $1,730 per month for 1-bedroom apartment -

The online listing for a two-bedroom, two-bath condo in Green Hills went up on a Thursday, complete with plenty of color photos, even though it won’t be available until September.

Two days later, Tamara Graham was sorting through more than 50 responses, including some from out-of-towners willing to rent sight unseen.

40. Super regional matchups are set in NCAA baseball tournament -

Matchups for the NCAA baseball super regionals were set Monday night after No. 2 national seed Stanford, No. 3 Oregon State, No. 8 East Carolina and eight other teams won regionals.

The best-of-three super regionals begin Friday and Saturday and will determine the field for the College World Series in Omaha, Nebraska, beginning June 17.

41. Nissan exec: turnaround plan working, US factories to grow -

FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich. (AP) — Two years ago, struggling Nissan Motor Co. announced a restructuring plan to cut costs and revamp its aging model lineup in an effort to rebuild sales as the coronavirus pandemic eased.

42. Gov. Lee: No restricting firearms after mass shootings -

NASHVILLE (AP) — Gov. Bill Lee announced Monday that he does not support restricting firearms or strengthening gun control laws in response to recent mass shootings in Tennessee and around the country, including the gunning down of 19 elementary school students and two teachers in Texas.

43. No. 1 Tennessee, 4 other teams lock up NCAA regional titles -

Tennessee was right where it was expected to be Sunday night, celebrating an NCAA regional title on its home field and eager to continue one of the most dominant runs in college baseball history.

The No. 1 national seed Volunteers, No. 4 Virginia Tech, No. 5 Texas A&M, Texas and Notre Dame closed out their regionals and advanced to super regionals beginning Friday.

44. Former Trump aide Navarro indicted for defying Jan. 6 panel -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Former Trump White House official Peter Navarro was indicted Friday on contempt charges after defying a subpoena from the House panel investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol.

45. CMA Fest bans Confederate flag imagery -

NASHVILLE (AP) — The CMA Fest is prohibiting any Confederate flag imagery at its four-day festival, following similar bans at other country music festivals.

In a statement provided to The Tennessean, the Country Music Association said the decision to enact the policy this year was based on the personal safety of fans and to prevent discrimination.

46. Ford plans to add 6,200 jobs in Ohio, Michigan and Missouri -

AVON LAKE, Ohio (AP) — Ford will add 6,200 factory jobs in Michigan, Missouri and Ohio as it prepares to build more electric vehicles and roll out two redesigned combustion-engine models.

The company says it will invest $3.7 billion in the three states between now and 2026. It also will convert about 3,000 temporary workers to full-time status with pay raises and benefits.

47. Coal ash workers' case heard by Tennessee Supreme Court -

NASHVILLE (AP) — Tennessee Supreme Court justices fired numerous questions Wednesday at a company that is challenging lawsuits alleging its workers were sickened or died after cleaning up the nation's worst coal ash spill, which happened more than a decade ago.

48. With 8 returning starters, Titans hope for stingier defense -

NASHVILLE (AP) — All-Pro safety Kevin Byard made clear at the start of Tennessee's offseason program that the Titans wanted to be the NFL's top defense.

Busy in the final stage of the offseason program, the veteran going into his seventh season isn't thinking big picture.

49. Ford CEO sees electric vehicle price war as EV costs decline -

DETROIT (AP) — Ford's chief executive says he expects the cost of building electric vehicles to fall to the point that in coming years automakers will be battling each other for sales of EVs priced around $25,000.

50. Rock Hall names Ryman rock music landmark -

The Ryman Auditorium has been designated as an official Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Landmark by the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.

In a dedication ceremony, Mark Fioravanti, president of Ryman Hospitality Properties, and Greg Harris, president and CEO of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, made the announcement at the Ryman, which is celebrating its 130th anniversary.

51. Vols carry ‘swagger’ of No. 1 seed into NCAA Tournament -

Given his status as a former All-American at Tennessee, Chris Burke expects to be asked questions about the Vols baseball team. But the level of interest this season has gone to another level.

In airports, at stadiums, in restaurants. Fans, coaches, players. Nearly everyone almost everywhere wants to talk about the Vols.

52. 'Completely out of the game' -

Buying a home in Middle Tennessee these days is, shall we say, challenging.

Boatloads of buyers with cold, hard cash are making multiple offers on the relatively few homes for sale. Behind them are relatively affluent two-income families that still have to go through the mortgage loan process.

53. Volunteers' dominance earns them No. 1 seed in NCAA baseball -

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — After finishing one of the most dominant runs in Southeastern Conference history, Tennessee was selected the No. 1 overall seed in the NCAA baseball tournament Monday.

The Volunteers (53-7) won 31 of their first 32 games, swept the SEC regular-season and tournament titles and have the best pitching and batting statistics in the nation.

54. SEC, ACC each land 4 regionals for NCAA baseball tournament -

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — The Southeastern Conference and Atlantic Coast Conference each had four teams selected as regional sites Sunday for the NCAA baseball tournament.

The hosts have locked up spots in the national tournament, and the rest of the 64-team field will be unveiled Monday.

55. Coal ash workers dying as lawsuit over illnesses drags on -

NASHVILLE (AP) — In 2013, the first of more than 200 workers who labored to clean up the nation's worst coal ash spill filed a suit against the contractor, blaming Jacobs Engineering for illnesses they believe were caused by exposure to heavy metals and radioactive particles in the ash. Nearly a decade later, not a single case has made it through the court system.

56. Gilbert, Tennessee beat Vanderbilt 10-1 in SEC Tournament -

HOOVER, Ala. (AP) — Drew Gilbert went 2-for-4 with two RBIs and scored twice, five Tennessee pitchers combined to give up just five hits and the top-seeded Volunteers beat No. 8 seed Vanderbilt 10-1 on Thursday night in the SEC Tournament.

57. Former Watkins campus to be developed -

EJF Capital LLC and Chartwell Residential has announced the close of an approximately $67.35 million construction loan to develop the first phase of a multifamily development in Nashville’s Metrocenter neighborhood.

58. Bradley adds health care attorney Setterlund -

Eric Setterlund has joined Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP in the firm’s health care and cybersecurity and privacy practice groups.

Setterlund previously served as the privacy and data counsel and the interim chief privacy officer for BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee. During his time at BCBST, he provided strategic leadership on privacy, security and technology matters, as well as enterprise data sharing initiatives, digitization efforts and member outreach campaigns.

59. 40 years after the Knoxville World’s Fair -

In 1982, the “scruffy little city” did it. Despite some near-death experiences, what is billed by some as the last successful world’s fair to date was held in Knoxville from May to October that year.

60. Tannehill building chemistry with his new Titans' playmakers -

NASHVILLE (AP) — Ryan Tannehill's favorite receiver since becoming the Tennessee Titans' starting quarterback now plays in Philadelphia.

Luckily, the Titans got Tannehill a lot of new teammates to work with, and he's busy working this offseason to create chemistry and timing with all the new wide receivers and tight ends.

61. Holton leads Vanderbilt past Mississippi 3-1 in SEC tourney -

HOOVER, Ala. (AP) — Carter Holton threw six shutout innings to lead No. 8 seed Vanderbilt to a 3-1 victory over No. 9 seed Mississippi in the single-elimination first round of the SEC Tournament on Wednesday night.

62. Booted from GOP ballot, Trump House pick to advise ex-rival -

NASHVILLE (AP) — A one-time U.S. House hopeful in Tennessee who landed former President Donald Trump's endorsement before state Republican Party officials booted her off the ballot is now providing national security advice to another candidate in that race.

63. Titans agree to deal with tight end Okonkwo -

NASHVILLE (AP) — The Tennessee Titans agreed to terms on a multi-year contract with tight end Chig Okonkwo on Monday.

Okonkwo, a fourth-round selection in the draft, had 77 receptions for 717 yards and eight touchdowns in three seasons at the University of Maryland. In his final year for the Terps, he had 52 receptions for 447 yards and five touchdowns. The 52 receptions were the second most in school history by a Maryland tight end. Frank Wycheck had 58.

64. Southern Baptists face push for public list of sex abusers -

A blistering report on the Southern Baptist Convention's mishandling of sex abuse allegations is raising the prospect that the denomination, for the first time, will create a publicly accessible database of pastors and other church personnel known to be abusers.

65. Retired Army warrant officers can now join Tennessee Guard -

NASHVILLE (AP) — Beginning this month, warrant officers retired from active duty in the U.S. Army will be able to join the Tennessee National Guard.

The program has been talked about for years, but Tennessee is the first to implement it, Brig. Gen. Warner Ross, Tennessee's assistant adjutant general-Army, said in a news release. Previously it was allowed only for soldiers deemed indispensable by the secretary of the Army. Now, nearly all retired active duty Army warrant officers are eligible.

66. With public camping a felony, Tennessee homeless seek refuge -

COOKEVILLE (AP) — Miranda Atnip lost her home during the coronavirus pandemic after her boyfriend moved out and she fell behind on bills. Living in a car, the 34-year-old worries every day about getting money for food, finding somewhere to shower, and saving up enough money for an apartment where her three children can live with her again.

67. FIFA plans to announce 2026 World Cup sites on June 16 -

CHICAGO (AP) — FIFA intends to announce the 2026 World Cup sites during a news conference in New York on June 16.

Seventeen U.S. stadiums in 16 areas remain in the bidding for the first 48-team World Cup, with the Los Angeles area submitting both SoFi Stadium in Inglewood and the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, site of the 1994 World Cup final. Three stadiums each in Canada and Mexico are expected to be used.

68. Titans agree to deal with third-round pick Petit-Frere -

NASHVILLE (AP) — The Tennessee Titans agreed to terms with third-round pick Nicholas Petit-Frere on Thursday.

Petit-Frere, an offensive tackle, played 35 games, including 20 starts for Ohio State.

69. Illinois seen as best option for Tennesseans seeking abortions -

JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — Leaders of a Tennessee abortion clinic calculated driving distances and studied passenger rail routes as they scanned the map for another place to offer services if the U.S. Supreme Court lets states restrict or eliminate abortion rights.

70. Court clears path for long-blocked Tennessee school vouchers -

NASHVILLE (AP) — Tennessee's highest court ruled Wednesday that Republican Gov. Bill Lee's school voucher program does not violate the state's constitution, clearing the path for families to soon use taxpayer dollars on private schools.

71. Baker Donelson names Nebel for new position -

Baker Donelson has named Meagan Nebel to serve as the firm’s first director of lateral recruiting and integration, a newly created role responsible for managing the recruitment, acquisition, integration and retention of shareholders and of counsel.

72. Federal judge strikes down Tennessee bathroom signage law -

NASHVILLE (AP) — A federal judge on Tuesday struck down Tennessee's first-of-its-kind law requiring businesses to post special signs if they allow transgender people to use the bathroom of their choice.

73. With echoes of Trump, GOP splinters over $40B for Ukraine -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Signs of Republican resistance are mounting over a $40 billion aid package to Ukraine, a reemergence of the Trump-led isolationist wing of the GOP that's coming at a crucial moment as the war against the Russian invasion deepens.

74. Theme park to open 1st US attraction at gateway to Smokies -

KNOXVILLE (AP) — In its quest to redefine tourism at the gateway to the Great Smoky Mountains, The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians has inked a deal to bring an international entertainment company to the United States for the first time.

75. Ex-nurse sentenced to probation in patient medication death -

NASHVILLE (AP) — A former Tennessee nurse whose medication error killed a patient was sentenced to three years of probation Friday as hundreds of health care workers rallied outside the courthouse, warning that criminalizing such mistakes will lead to more deaths in hospitals.

76. Titans agree to terms on deals with 4 of their 9 draft picks -

NASHVILLE (AP) — The Tennessee Titans have agreed to terms on multi-year contracts with four of their nine draft picks.

The Titans announced Thursday they have deals with running back Hassan Haskins, wide receiver Kyle Philips, safety Theo Jackson and linebacker Chance Campbell.

77. Tennessee Attorney General Slatery won't seek another term -

NASHVILLE (AP) — Tennessee Attorney General Herbert Slatery, the first Republican to hold the office since Reconstruction, says he will not seek another eight-year term as the state's top legal counsel.

78. University of Tennessee Southern chancellor to leave role -

KNOXVILLE (AP) — The chancellor of the University of Tennessee Southern plans to retire from his role at the new campus.

The university system says in a news release that Chancellor Mark La Branche plans to retire effective June 30, and will serve as a special assistant to university system president Randy Boyd before full retirement.

79. Martin to receive TBA’s Drowota Award -

Judge James G. Martin III will be honored next month with the Tennessee Bar Association’s Justice Frank F. Drowota III Award.

The Drowota Award is awarded to a judge or judicial branch official of a federal, state or local court in Tennessee who has demonstrated extraordinary devotion and dedication to the improvement of the law, the legal system and the administration of justice as exemplified by the career of former Supreme Court Justice Frank F. Drowota III – the award’s first recipient. The Drowota Award is the TBA’s highest award for service to the judiciary and has been given annually for more than a decade.

80. Events -

Franklin Rodeo. Bulls and broncs, cowboys and cowgirls are the focus at the 71st annual rodeo. Events begin Wednesday with the “Down in the Dirt” free rodeo experience gives fans an intimate look at the sport. Fans can see the horses and bulls up close, try their hand at roping, do a little stick horse racing and more, Through Saturday. Rodeo competition begins Thursday. Tickets can be purchased online and at the gate. All seats are reserved. Adult tickets are $25; children 12 and younger $12. Information

81. Well, at least legislators helped protect dogs -

The best spin that can be put on the recently completed legislative session is that it could have been worse. Especially for those who indulge in plant-based mind-altering products. More on that later, but first, a big thumbs-up:

82. Gov. Lee signs collegiate transgender athlete ban -

NASHVILLE (AP) — Republican Gov. Bill Lee on Friday signed off on legislation banning transgender athletes from participating in female college sports.

Last year, no other state enacted more laws targeting transgender people than Tennessee, as GOP lawmakers consistently dismissed concerns that they discriminate against an already at-risk population. Those measures included banning transgender athletes from playing girls public high or middle school sports.

83. Gov. Lee signs bill regulating medication abortions -

NASHVILLE (AP) — Tennessee will soon strictly regulate the dispensing of abortion pills, including imposing harsh penalties on doctors who violate them, under legislation recently signed into law by Republican Gov. Bill Lee.

84. HBCU medical schools to tackle organ transplant disparities -

A new initiative aimed at increasing the number of Black Americans registered as organ donors and combating disparities among transplant recipients was announced Thursday by a coalition that includes the four medical schools at the nation's historically Black colleges and universities.

85. Tennessee to make homeless camps on public land a felony -

NASHVILLE (AP) — Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee declined to sign off on a bill criminalizing camping by homeless people and in parks and other local public property, but let it become law without his signature.

86. Next battle over access to abortion will focus on pills -

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — It took two trips over state lines, navigating icy roads and a patchwork of state laws, for a 32-year-old South Dakota woman to get abortion pills last year.

For abortion-seekers like her, such journeys, along with pills sent through the mail, will grow in importance if the Supreme Court follows through with its leaked draft opinion that would overturn the landmark Roe v. Wade decision and allow individual states to ban the procedure. The woman, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because she was concerned for her family's safety, said the abortion pills allowed her to end an unexpected and high-risk pregnancy and remain devoted to her two children.

87. Gov. Lee refuses to release records of execution error -

NASHVILLE (AP) — Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee has refused to release records that could illuminate his decision to abruptly halt the execution of Oscar Smith last month, citing attorney-client privilege and the disputed "deliberative process privilege."

88. Weatherly & Dixon merges with Lewis Thomason -

The law firm of Weatherly & Dixon PLLC and its partners, James L. Weatherly and Jacqueline B. Dixon, have merged their practices with Lewis Thomason, P.C., says Lisa Ramsay Cole, president and managing shareholder for the statewide firm.

89. Automakers drive south, powered by electricity -

It began with Nissan’s decision to bring a manufacturing plant to Tennessee in 1983.

Four decades later, Tennessee serves as the home of three major auto manufacturers – Nissan, GM and Volkswagen – with Ford on the way, and is the North American headquarters for Japan-based automotive giants Nissan, Mitsubishi and Bridgestone, all located in the Nashville area.

90. Gov. Lee signs new K-12 funding formula into law -

FRANKLIN (AP) — Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee signed into law Monday an overhaul he proposed for the formula for funding the state's multibillion-dollar K-12 education system.

The Republican signed the law at Franklin High School, where he attended school. Lawmakers in the Republican-supermajority General Assembly passed the bill last week. There were some crossover votes, with Democrats supporting it and Republicans opposing it.

91. Tennessee pauses executions, will review lethal injections -

NASHVILLE (AP) — Gov. Bill Lee paused executions in Tennessee for the rest of the year on Monday after revealing that the state had failed to ensure its lethal injection drugs were properly tested. The oversight forced Lee to abruptly halt the execution of Oscar Smith an hour before he was to die last month.

92. Titans use 6 of 9 draft picks on offense to help Tannehill -

NASHVILLE (AP) — The Tennessee Titans say they need to be excellent around Ryan Tannehill to help their quarterback take them on the deep postseason run they've missed since the 2019 season.

How big a step they've taken this offseason remains to be seen. They certainly did their best, using six of nine selections in this NFL draft on offense to give Tannehill more protection and passing targets for a team that went 12-5 last season and earned the AFC's No. 1 seed.

93. Titans trade Brown to Eagles to move up to 18, draft Burks -

NASHVILLE (AP) — The Tennessee Titans began the NFL draft trying to make the best of a tough situation.

The Titans wound up trading receiver A.J. Brown Thursday night, a move they insist they didn't want to make but when they felt his asking price for an extension was too high, they traded Brown away.

94. Jones Company sold to Richmond -

Richmond American Homes of Tennessee has entered into an asset purchase agreement to acquire substantially all of the homebuilding assets of The Jones Company of Tennessee, LLC.

Jones closed over 370 homes in fiscal year 2021 in the Nashville area with an average sales price of $564,000, generating revenues of $209 million.

95. Top Davidson County commercial sales for Q1 2022 -

Top commercial real estate sales, first quarter 2022, for Davidson County, as compiled by the Nashville Ledger.

AddressCityZipFiling DateBuyersSellersSale Price
306 12th Nashville 37203 3/29 XHR Nashville Gulch LLC Nashville Gulch Hotel LLC $203,360,000
2004 West End Nashville 37203 1/5 2010 West End LLC DRI/CA Nashville LLC $158,720,000
4717 Centennial Nashville 37209 3/2 Centennial Tn Part LLC Pr III Broadstone Nations LLC $128,625,000
8075 Sawyer Brown Nashville 37221 1/18 8075 Sawyer TN LLC Sawyer Brown Rd Owner LLC $118,256,000
330 Pennington Centre Nashville 37214 2/16 Pennington Centre Blvd Owner LLC CRP/LPC Pennington Bend Owner LLC $95,700,000
184 Hicks, 111 Old Hickory Nashville 37221 2/2 CP5 Vue at Warner LLC Iroquois Part LLC $85,800,000
1000 Cartwright, 101 Old Stone Bridge Goodlttsvlle 37072 2/10 Sl6 Nashville Ind LP Milburn SPN LLC $76,500,000
3562 Pin Hook Antioch 37013 2/16 3562 Pin Hook Road LLC SBDT Nashville LLC $70,500,000
100 Brentwood Oaks Nashville 37211 1/21 Sunroad Brentwood Oaks Apts LLC Brentwood Gp $57,350,000
101 Brixworth Nashville 37205 3/31 Brixworth Part LLC Nashville Metropolitan LLC $52,200,000
401 Church Nashville 37219 3/14 Trimac 401 Church Property Owner LLC 401 Church Street Property Owner LLC $50,500,000
1700 State Nashville 37203 1/4 1700 State Street TN Owner LLC Ww Olympus Midtown LP $48,000,000
411 Broadway Nashville 37203 1/4 411 LLC Broadway Prop LLC $47,975,000
2200, 2300 Charlotte Nashville 37203 3/14 Cpreif Sheds On Charlotte LLC Sheds Nashville LP $47,500,000
860 Murfreesboro Nashville 37217 1/4 Qpg East Nashville Apts LLC Lion Summit LLC $47,000,000
810 Lea, 300, 308 10th Nashville 37203 3/30 Mqmf Nashville Lea Avenue LLC Amg 810 Lea LLC $45,000,000
506 Nelson, 580 Royal Nashville 37214 1/3 LRF2 Nash 565 Royal Pkwy LLC Boron - TN LLC $36,000,000
203 Peabody, 507, 509, 511, 515, 517, 519, 521 2nd, 518 3rd Nashville 37210 1/4 Second Ave Nashville Prop LLC Second Ave Prop Gp $35,000,000
121 Airpark Center Nashville 37217 3/17 Exeter Airpark Center Building 3 LLC Airpark East Owner LLC $31,218,750
765 McMurray Nashville 37211 1/5 Lion Brentwood LLC Brentwood Station Sponsor Group LLC $30,250,000
50 Teledyne Lavergne 37086 1/12 Exeter 50 Teledyne LLC Teledyne Place TN LLC $28,700,000
505 Old Hickory Nashville 37209 1/10 Crescenta Valley Mini Storage LP A+ Sorage Old Hickory Bellevue LP $26,500,000
571 Margaret Robertson Hermitage 37076 3/15 Margaret Robertson Housing I LLC Margaret Robertson Apts II LP $22,250,000
700 Inverness Nashville 37204 3/18 Inverness Owner LLC Melrose Storage LLC $21,850,000
128 2nd Nashville 37201 1/4 128 Second Prop Owner LLC Possum Real Estate Holdings LLC $21,000,000
1101, 1111 63rd Nashville 37209 1/28 1101 Sixty Third LLC Genesco Inc $20,000,000
209 Broadway Nashville 37201 2/18 BB Broadway LLC Broadway Realty Strategic Inv LLC $20,000,000
500 Ocala Nashville 37211 3/15 Hickory Forest Housing I LLC Hickory Forest II LP $19,250,000
1321 Murfreesboro Nashville 37217 1/21 DA Invs Subsidiary II LLC OP AEP Prop LLC $18,500,000
1222 Demonbreun Nashville 37203 2/16 Nashville Gulch PII Jv Holdings 12D Nashville Land Part LP $18,300,000
97 White Bridge Nashville 37205 1/10 White Bridge Multifamily Part LLC Fountains LLC $17,325,000
0 Hobson Antioch 37013 3/15 Kagr2 Antioch 3754 LLC Antioch 3754 Medical Prop LLC $17,300,000
5320, 5324, 5330 Charlotte Nashville 37209 1/10 Egg Richland Creek LP Melrose Co $17,000,000
5646 Amalie Nashville 37211 1/13 Amalie Prop LLC Nashville M3-08 LLC $17,000,000
1106 Davidson Nashville 37206 2/4 1000 Davidson LP GPT Murfreesboro Davidson Owner LLC $16,243,500
30 Peabody Nashville 37201 3/10 Pr II/Sh Peabody Union Apts Owner LLC Metropolitan Dev And Housing Agency $16,000,000
601 5th, 500 Lafayette, 509 Lea Nashville 37203 1/5 Hamate-Lafayette Dev LLC Randal Nashville Prop LLC $15,900,000
1944, 1973 Southerland Nashville 37207 2/3 Martin Realty Of Montgomery County LLC Southerland Prop Owner LLC $15,750,000
28 Parcels Nashville 37209 3/18 Bgc Dev LLC Hill 33 LLC $15,500,000
203, 228 Sealey Madison 37115 1/12 Orchard Park FS LLC Orchard Park Part LLC $15,300,000
203, 228 Sealey Madison 37115 3/8 Dominion Orchard LLC Orchard Park Part LLC $15,300,000
1035 Eastland Nashville 37206 3/30 Cherner Eastland LLC Lion Lockwood Eastland LLC $14,875,000
2706 Glenrose Nashville 37210 1/14 Maple Creek TN LLC Glenrose LLC $13,833,000
2148 Gallatin Madison 37115 1/27 Brookwood Capital Part LLC Monarch Rivergate LLC $13,770,000
695 Grassmere Nashville 37211 1/28 Clf Grassmere Nashville LLC Orion Nashville TN LLC Vereit Real Estate LP $12,895,400
446 Chestnut Nashville 37203 1/21 Nashville Phase III Prop Holder 2 LLC Potter Lincoln R $12,250,000
1 Music Nashville 37203 3/23 Spirit Master Funding X LLC Nashville Music Row Garage Owner LLC $12,173,913
3000 Franklin Nashville 37204 1/25 Greenbriar Prop LLC Greenbriar Apartment Part $12,000,000
1400 Adams Nashville 37208 1/10 HC Hammermill LLC Germantown Hammer LLC $12,000,000
300 Kate Madison 37115 3/15 Madison 2 Pack LLC 300 Kate Street Part LLC $11,750,000
1505, 1507, 1511, 1513, 1601, 1603 Dickerson, 1600 Luton Nashville 37207 1/26 Key Dickerson LLC Clouse Tony R $11,600,000
708 Fogg, 618, 620 8th Nashville 37203 2/11 620 8th Avenue S Ground Owner LLC MTP Dev - 620 8th Ave South LLC $11,100,000
548 Hamilton, 1312 Martin Nashville 37203 1/4 MTP-Martin Ave Propco LLC Brooks William M Jr $10,500,000
916 4th, 300 McCann Nashville 37210 1/10 Mainland 4Thllc TN Golf & Travel LLC $10,066,950
1218, 1224, 1236 Dickerson, 5 Ligon Nashville 37207 1/4 1218 Dickerson LLC Swafford Martha Carol Estate $10,000,000
700 Myatt Madison 37115 3/23 700 Myatt Dr Owner LLC Bip III Madison LLC $9,874,612
616 Ewing Nashville 37203 3/28 W H Storage Part LLC Flavor Catering LLC $9,200,000
2868 Elm Hill Nashville 37214 1/13 MRK Fed LLC Preh Fed LLC $8,680,000
481 McNally Nashville 37211 1/11 114 RE Inv LLC Faisue McNally Prop Part $8,500,000
525 Basswood Nashville 37209 1/18 Psf II Rock Harbor Propco LLC AFC South Inc $8,150,000
91 Van Buren Nashville 37208 1/3 Hc Van Buren LLC Vanburen LLC $8,000,000
135 2nd Nashville 37201 1/21 522 4Th Ave S LLC Second Ave North Part LLC $7,770,500
900, 914 Trinity Nashville 37207 1/3 Pr III/Wood East Nashville LLC Sauve Joseph William $7,600,000
405 40th Nashville 37209 3/4 405 40th Ave N Propco LP 405 Charlotte Dev Part $7,255,000
522 4th Nashville 37210 1/14 Jemals Honky Tonk II LLC 522 4th Ave S LLC $7,170,000
616 Due West Madison 37115 3/3 Madison Memorial Part LLC Due West Towers LLC $7,000,000
621 Rivergate Goodlttsvll 37072 3/8 Om Sai 9 LLC Laxmi Hospitality Group LLC $6,900,001
2421 Lebanon Nashville 37214 1/26 Dwight Wagner Family Limited Parthip II Triangle Regency Vi LLC $6,900,000
3715 Hillsboro Nashville 37215 3/7 Schreiner Dev Knoxville LLC Tennessee Cvs Pharmacy LLC $6,831,958
478 Allied Nashville 37211 1/11 114 RE Inv LLC Faisue Prop Parthip $6,500,000
0 Trinity Nashville 37207 2/7 Rsd West Trinity Lane LLC Cove Residential Holdings II LLC $6,100,000
4105 Clifton, 701 41st, 4018, 4020 Indiana Nashville 37209 2/24 Toll Southeast LP Co Inc Hoosier Capital LP $5,753,600
125 Fernco Nashville 37207 1/18 Exeter 125 Fernco LLC Budig Realty LLC $5,600,000
621 9th Nashville 37203 1/5 M Cubed Division Street LLC S&W Part $5,500,000
816 Old Hickory Madison 37115 3/15 Madison 2 Pack LLC 816 Hickory Part LLC $5,500,000
2413 Elliston, 2410 West End Nashville 37203 1/19 Gtom West End LLC Tidman J Haskell Jr $5,150,000
246 5th Nashville 37219 3/11 Newco Arc LLC Patel Sanket $5,150,000
115 Duluth Nashville 37209 2/18 Duluth Prop LLC TSB Properties $5,125,000
801 Visco Nashville 37210 3/9 Visco Propco LLC Renaissance Stone Cutting LLC $4,900,000
447, 451 Murfreesboro Nashville 37210 3/9 Alto Part LLC Dental Specialty Holdings LLC $4,835,450
2001 Warfield Nashville 37215 3/25 2001 Warfield Part LLC Warner Dudley II $4,801,500
464 Chestnut Nashville 37203 1/21 Nashville Phase III Prop Holder 2 LLC McAlco Const Inc $4,800,000
690 Davidson Nashville 37213 2/4 800 Davidson LP GPT M'boro Davidson Owner LLC $4,581,500
2400 10th Nashville 37204 2/14 Saa LLC Greter Christ Temple Church Inc $4,522,500
13880 Old Hickory Antioch 37013 3/31 Egh Land Dev LLC Evergreen Hills Gp $4,465,000
610 Magazine Nashville 37203 2/11 Barista 610 LLC Golden Sounds LLC $4,425,000
5750 Nolensville Nashville 37211 1/14 6416 Woodman Ave LLC Nolensville Old Hickory LLC $4,285,700
The Chelsea at Oceola Units 1-30 Nashville 37209 1/31 223 Oceola LLC S&J Oceola LLC $4,280,000
206 1st Nashville 37213 1/18 PBS EB Nashville LLC Fish Tammy R Todd Trustee $4,200,000
1500 JP Hennessy, 1508 Firestone La Vergne 37086 1/24 SNL IOV JP Hennessy Owner LLC Dfa LLC $4,100,000
926 Main Nashville 37206 1/31 RSV QOF Prop LLC Woodsmoor GP $4,000,000
721 Myatt Madison 37115 2/14 Madison Suburban Utility Dist American Multi-Cinema Inc $4,000,000
503 Trinity Nashville 37207 3/25 Crossing Holding LLC W Trinity Land Dev Gp $4,000,000
0 Central Hermitage 37076 1/27 Beazer Homes LLC Gleaves Family Part LP $3,995,000
949 Main Nashville 37206 2/17 949 Main Part LLC Oak Tree Part LLC $3,900,000
2100 Clifton Nashville 37203 2/11 Nash Bami LLC Nextdoor Inc $3,750,000
5055 Old Hickory Hermitage 37076 3/14 Harlan Txrh 2019 LLC Cot J Prop LLC $3,665,000
991 Thompson Nashville 37217 1/12 Nyx TN LLC Thompson Series Unico TN LLC $3,600,000
14965 Old Hickory Nashville 37211 1/11 Tutera TN Car Wash Old Hickory LLC Smith David R Trustee $3,527,860
335 Harding Nashville 37211 1/13 Cot J Prop LLC Appalachian Land & Leasing Company LLC $3,500,000
1620, 1626 State Nashville 37203 3/16 Frazmand Reza Petrucelli James D $3,500,000
914 3rd Nashville 37210 1/10 Mainland 4Th LLC TN Parking Inc $3,433,050
919, 921 Main Nashville 37206 1/14 921 Main LLC Norfleet Stanton E $3,400,000
0 Haynie Nashville 37207 1/20 Mab-Tully LLC Bell Group LLC $3,400,000
1025, 1029, 1033, 1037 Jefferson Nashville 37208 1/19 GRE RE II LLC BHCX Real Estate LLC $3,400,000
105 Rains Nashville 37203 2/17 Structural Bolt & Manufacturing Inc Britt Dennis R; Britt Sharon J $3,400,000
1001, 1003 18th Nashville 37212 1/13 Scarritt-Bennett Center Upper Room $3,390,000
436 Murfreesboro Nashville 37210 1/11 Tutera TN Car Wash Murfreesboro Pike LLC Smith David R Trustee $3,301,340
615 Old Hickory Nashville 37209 1/14 Beazer Homes LLC Seaside Fla LLC $3,294,400
615 Old Hickory Nashville 37209 3/29 Beazer Homes LLC Seaside Fla LLC $3,294,400
1016 Woodland Nashville 37206 3/2 Grass Hill Prop LLC Krbc Prop LLC $3,200,000
2422 Brick Church Nashville 37207 2/7 Southern Heritage Real Estate Holdings Co LLC Brick Church Realty LLC $3,090,000
0 Earhart Mt Juliet 37122 3/3 Hooper Property LLC Kds Inv General Parthip $3,046,667
2211 8th Nashville 37204 1/5 Mainland 8th LLC Lutz Michael $3,000,000
4539 Cato, 4608 Ashland City Nashville 37218 3/2 Cato Road Dev Part LLC Overby Jeff Executor $3,000,000
2301 12th Nashville 37204 1/18 501 Gallatin Part LLC 1221 Part LLC $2,950,000
557 Stewarts Ferry Nashville 37214 3/25 Stewarts Ferry Shopping Center Cameron Debbie $2,950,000
4801 Centennial Nashville 37209 2/3 4801 Centennial LLC Pr III Broadstone Nations LLC $2,850,000
5820 Nolensville Nashville 37211 2/1 Davishire Capital Mgmt LLC Tseng Lung Y $2,825,000
0 Curtis Nashville 37218 1/5 Curtis Street Dev LLC Curtis Part LLC $2,750,000
600 4th Nashville 37219 3/9 West Iris Realty LLC 4Th Avenue Part LLC $2,725,000
904 Buchanan Nashville 37208 1/3 Onthebuc LLC Bna Buchanan Inv LLC $2,675,535
1241 Robinson Old Hickory 37138 2/7 Papa Romeo Holdings LLC Oates Creek LLC $2,650,000
1510 Hayes Nashville 37203 1/3 Reed District Landco Part LLC Crawford George V III; Lindseth Florence R; True Ellen D Crawford $2,600,000
1908 Lebanon Nashville 37210 2/3 Rsd Lebanon Pike LLC Pride Richard Giles $2,600,000
3100 Brandau Hermitage 37076 2/3 Tweden Wallace D Trustee 3100 Brandau LLC $2,594,000
4514 Ashland City Nashville 37218 3/11 Eskimo Ashland Mobley Jeffrey Administrator CTA $2,500,000
1020 Old Hickory Madison 37115 3/25 Larkin Springs Tn Owner Iv LLC Monarch Dev Cre LLC $2,500,000
2330 Murfreesboro Nashville 37217 1/4 Patel Sanjay D Gillcrest LLC $2,350,000
4001 Lebanon Hermitage 37076 3/9 Sim Jea Wook Marblehill Hermitage LLC $2,290,000
405 Trinity Nashville 37207 1/14 JMJ Enterprises Inc Sim Hyun Bo $2,250,000
5421, 5425, 5429 Franklin Nashville 37220 3/11 Douglas Franklin Road LLC Kf Legacy LLC $2,250,000
2105 Sunset Nashville 37212 3/2 Miles Inv LLC 2105 Sunset LLC $2,238,000
483 Craighead Nashville 37204 1/3 483 Craighead Holdings LLC McGhee Phillip M; McGhee Shirley $2,200,000
21 Cleveland Nashville 37210 3/10 Boyd Joshua Fesmire Candace $2,200,000
1100, 1112 Lishey, 1105, 1109 Stainback Nashville 37207 3/7 Bubis Jayne; Bubis Martin Grace Apostolic Church; Grace Apostolic Church Inc $2,150,000
5055 Old Hickory Hermitage 37076 1/31 Cot J Prop LLC Appalachian Land & Leasing Co LLC $2,132,090
2515, 2517 White Nashville 37204 1/19 Farmuse LLC Bob Lewis Blue House LLC $2,100,000
6365 Nolensville Nashville 37211 1/26 Holt Apts LLC First Freedom Bank $2,100,000
43 Hermitage Nashville 37210 1/20 Rutledge Hill LLC Wall 2 Wall Ventures LLC $2,100,000
2111 Antioch Antioch 37013 1/10 Nazemi Shawyon Trustee Whitson Mitchell $2,050,000
4107 Hillsboro Nashville 37215 2/9 Seven Seventeen LLC Tri-City Inv LP $2,050,000
0 Pennington Bend Nashville 37214 1/19 Pennington Bend LLC Hames Shirley Smith $2,040,000
206 Cole Nashville 37210 3/9 Jps Prop 201 Blanton Avenue LLC $1,994,505
4400 Charlotte Nashville 37209 3/14 Carney Estates LLC Spiva George N $1,975,000
1020 Old Hickory Madison 37115 3/4 Monarch Dev Cre LLC Equity Trust Co Custodian $1,970,000
3603 Central Hermitage 37076 1/5 CP Real Estate LLC Oftadeh Mohammed Taghi $1,950,000
916 Acklen Nashville 37203 1/5 Correa Sara Hughes Dinoff Paragon Group LLC $1,950,000
1402 Dickerson, 142, 144 Elmhurst Nashville 37207 1/4 NG Dickerson LLC McHenry Harriet D $1,905,000
501 Gallatin Nashville 37206 1/12 Condit Prop LLC 501 Gallatin Part LLC $1,900,000
1004 Old Tree Nashville 37210 3/4 Heavenland LLC 1004 Old Tree LLC $1,800,000
1605 17th Nashville 37212 3/2 One Hundred Percent LLC Martin Allbee Miller Bryan & Assoc LLC $1,775,000
19 Music Nashville 37203 1/25 Chera Jane Trustee Jeffiers Karen Fisher Trustee $1,750,000
0 Murfreesboro Antioch 37013 2/3 Hmn Inv Inc Belz/Becker-Lewis-Shlenker Prop $1,750,000
425 Westboro, 408 American Nashville 37209 3/11 Two Dogs Dev LLC Porter Eddie L $1,725,000
12761 Old Hickory Antioch 37013 2/7 Auto Central LLC Ferdowski Farzin $1,704,000
613 Douglas, 1303 Jones Nashville 37207 3/11 Walton_Douglas & Jones LLC Williamson Michael P $1,700,000
839 Trinity Nashville 37207 2/9 W Trinity Land Dev GP Chatman Jerry E $1,500,000
0 Whitsett Nashville 37210 3/30 Emery Steven Douglas B&E Irrigation & Landscaping LLC $1,500,000
1020 Old Hickory Madison 37115 1/18 Equity Trust Company Hon Old Hickory LLC $1,475,000
0 DICKERSON Nashville 37205 2/22 WH Storage Part LLC 1404 Dickerson LLC $1,450,000
0 Dickerson Nashville 37207 3/23 429B Houston St LLC Sallie R Hicks Family LLC $1,422,960
2804 Gallatin Nashville 37216 2/3 W&S Inc Dortch John Lynn $1,335,000
1100 Hadley Old Hickory 37138 1/14 Second Missionary Baptist Church First Baptist Church of Old Hickory $1,321,000
2850, 2940 Morgan, 7500 Wilkinson Joelton 37080 1/14 Morgan Road Ventures LLC Winters E Wayne $1,320,000
106 Harding Nashville 37205 3/7 106 Harding Part LLC Harding Pike Prop $1,309,000
2305 Eastland Nashville 37206 1/25 Mack Props LLC Haitian Ministry Theophile Church In Christ Inc $1,300,000
7273 Centennial Nashville 37209 3/28 Nla Gch Nashville LLC Centennial Place Realty LLC $1,295,000
120, 134 Main, 3108 Brandau Goodlttsvlle 37072 2/23 Rummel Jonathan A A Mechta LLC $1,280,500
3108 Brandau Hermitage 37076 2/3 Tweden Wallace D Trustee 3108 Brandau LLC $1,278,000
2400 Antioch Antioch 37013 1/31 Saad Prop LLC Kingdom Homes LLC $1,250,000
2218A 11th Nashville 37204 1/31 Morris E Ray Terry Michael Scott; Terry Sarah C $1,250,000
1715 Murfreesboro Nashville 37217 2/25 Cougar Murfreesboro Pike Real Prop LLC Eatherly Barbara L $1,250,000
1902 Sweetbriar Nashville 37212 3/11 McFadden Edmund W Prahl Michael $1,242,250
101, 109, 115, 201 Woodruff Madison 37115 3/3 Dedicated Inv LLC Big South Ventures LLC $1,230,000
701, 705, 707 40th Nashville 37209 3/1 Woodbine Comm Org Inc Oz615 LLC $1,225,000
406 Woodbine Nashville 37211 1/26 Middle TN Land Holding Project LLC Ford Steven Mark $1,210,000
0 8TH AVE SOUTH Nashville   2/11 620 8Th Avenue S Ground Owner LLC Csx Transportation Inc $1,200,000
1104 Baptist World Center Nashville 37207 3/3 Blue Sky Const Inc Ttf Inv LLC $1,200,000
2605 Winford Nashville 37211 3/14 Holdings 10.2 LLC Heard Gregory $1,200,000
2813 Bransford Nashville 37204 3/4 Bransford Ave Part LLC Nieman William J Trustee $1,200,000
2935 Berry Hill Nashville 37204 2/3 Tkm Properties LLC Patton Logistics Inc $1,175,000
5748 Pettus Antioch 37013 3/9 Sdh Nashville LLC Green Trails LLC $1,170,000
1005 Dickerson Nashville 37207 1/19 Dickerson Oz Part LLC TN Turn Key Invs LLC $1,150,000
1668 Antioch Antioch 37013 3/18 Alsadi Mohammed Gannon Stephen R $1,150,000
325 Menees Madison 37115 3/4 Krell Brandon Douglass Lamarr Cynthia Marie $1,128,000
3831 Gallatin Nashville 37216 3/28 R E Comfortspaces LLC Ideal Solutions LLC $1,100,500
6289 Eatons Creek Joelton 37080 1/12 Joelton TC Ventures LLC Smith Joe N $1,100,000
107, 109 23rd, 2300 West End Nashville 37203 2/9 Harwell Samuel Knox Jr Harwell Fred Russell $1,100,000
216 19th Nashville 37203 2/8 Sher LLC Bucktayl Part $1,100,000
4119 Murfreesboro Antioch 37013 3/11 Ps Southeast One Inc Lanning Jonathan $1,100,000
2814 Dogwood Nashville 37204 3/15 Epiq Engineering LLC Limor Susan R $1,090,000
4035 Nolensville Nashville 37211 2/16 Gawargi Hosam N; Hanna George Sawiers Kathy; Sawiers Melad; Sawiers Melad D $1,050,000
2816 Azalea Nashville 37204 2/15 Azalea Place Part LLC William J Neiman & Marcia M Neiman Joint Rev Living Trust Agmt $1,045,000
0 4th Nashville 37210 1/12 Mainland 932 4th LLC Land Dev.Com LLC $1,025,000
0 Nolensville Brentwood 37027 1/20 Branchwater Nolensville LLC 6640 Nolensville Road LLC $1,000,000
2823, 2825 Bransford Nashville 37204 2/2 Super 98 Holdings LLC Gilchrist Invs GP $1,000,000
624 Main Nashville 37206 3/14 Neighborhood Holdings LLC Budslick Paul $1,000,000
1200 Old Hickory Madison 37115 3/7 Gp Self-Storage 1216 LLC McKay Christina $990,000
0 Hester Beasley Nashville 37221 1/12 McFarland Mary Elizabeth Slate Natalie Marie $975,000
2254 Winford Nashville 37211 3/30 2254 Winford LLC Cav Prop LLC $975,000
800 Davidson Nashville 37205 1/12 West Meade Tennis Prop LLC West Meade Swimming Club $950,000
1005 Dickerson Nashville 37207 1/11 TN Turn Key Invs LLC Byrum Claude Allen $950,000
4715 Andrew Jackson Hermitage 37076 3/22 Fifth Third Bank Na Lineberry Prop Inc $925,000
3700 Gallatin Nashville 37216 2/28 3700 Gallatin Pike LLC Captain Ds LLC $900,000
3494 Dickerson Nashville 37207 3/9 McWhirter Mary Envirotest Corp $900,000
932 4th Nashville 37210 1/12 Mainland 932 4Th LLC Rogers Terry P $875,000
131 15th Nashville 37203 3/7 Reed District Landco Part LLC P&R Holdings Of Birmingham $875,000
4914, 4916 Charlotte Nashville 37209 3/14 Charlotte Pike Prop LLC Bradford Wendy Lara $875,000
715 Gallatin Madison 37115 3/23 Pne Inv LLC Envirotest Corp $865,000
1612, 1616 Luton Nashville 37207 1/26 Key Dickerson LLC Ringemann Amon $855,000
0 Pennington Bend Nashville 37214 3/16 Ng- Nashvlle LLC Ryman Corporate Prop LLC $850,000
1704 8th Nashville 37203 3/16 Lmk Holdings LLC Epiq Engineering LLC $849,900
6305 Charlotte Nashville 37209 3/25 Jsc Property Mgmt LLC Old Republic Exchange Co $801,400
1256 Thomas Nashville 37210 3/11 Roberts John Bm Builders LLC $799,000
0 Old Hickory Antioch 37013 3/28 Patterson Company LLC McAdams Richard $794,048
33 Music Nashville 37203 2/10 Shr Realty Group LLC PPS Dev Inc $790,000
0 Old Hickory Antioch 37013 2/14 Patterson Co LLC Lehman J Trent; McAdams Richard $784,242
Kozy Prop Antioch 37013 1/5 WMG Aquisitions LLC Warhorse Mt View I LLC $775,000
0 Battle Nolensville 37135 2/16 Singto Phoukhouane Tune Paul H $770,000
1508 Robinson Old Hickory 37138 3/7 Patel Paresh Kotlaris Charles A $750,000
0 Eatons Creek Nashville 37218 1/12 Bad Prop LLC Edmondson Robert Eugene Executor $749,000
0 Murfreesboro Antioch 37013 1/5 Pinhook Part LLC Kozy Stephen J $725,000
100 Bonnabrook Hermitage 37076 1/25 100 Bonnabrook LLC Bonna LLC $720,000
615 Douglas Nashville 37207 3/11 Walton_Douglas & Jones LLC Smith Delnita A $700,000
556 Rosedale Nashville 37211 2/10 Franke Alexander HBH LLC $682,000
5989, 5997 Kolz Joelton 37080 3/9 Revision Homes LLC Kolz Carolyn S $663,000
0 Collins Nashville 37221 1/14 Larence Ritter Prop LLC Dale David Bernard $659,700
110 Glancy Goodlttsvll 37072 3/25 Dong Christine Glancy Part $655,080
0 MT VIEW Antioch 37013 1/28 Ang Parthip Warhorse Mt View I LLC $650,000
12545 Old Hickory Antioch 37013 1/5 Farsian Alex Blakley Michael $650,000
1990 Wingo Goodlttsvll 37072 3/2 Nashville Zoo Inc Bates Barbara Jean; Calloway Connie Joyce $650,000
245 Foster Nashville 37207 3/8 Snow Jeremy Perkins Mgmt LLC $649,999
382, 388 Ewing Nashville 37207 1/21 Precision Dev LLC Melder Prop $630,000
0 Ewing Nashville 37207 2/11 Bama LLC Ewing Drive LLC $625,000
1103 Calvin Nashville 37206 3/3 Condit Prop LLC Peacock Sherry $625,000
2004 Hamilton Nashville 37218 1/13 Bella Cyrus Devs LLC Brandon Deborah F $600,000
4901 Linbar Nashville 37211 2/25 TM Inv LLC American Global LLC $600,000
0 White Bridge Nashville 37209 2/9 Hanna Kirolos Farricielli Greg $600,000
1022 Graycroft Madison 37115 3/1 D And A Holdings LLC Due West Towers LLC $600,000
410 Bell Nashville 37217 1/27 Baluch Masoud John Thompson Kenneth R $592,000
912, 914 Harpeth Valley Nashville 37221 1/12 CGJJ Prop LLC Pbnj Managment LLC $590,000
478 Allied Nashville 37211 1/11 Faisue Prop Parthip Berry Daniel McIntyre Jr Estate $580,397
0 Highway 100 Nashville 37221 1/26 Pulliam Robert P Brado David Edward $570,000
1103 Straightway Nashville 37206 3/16 Respen Builders Inc Sutherland Devon J $560,000
2502 Trevecca Nashville 37206 2/22 Peterson Joseph Trevecca Ave Holdings LLC $550,000
1703 Jo Johnston Nashville 37203 2/1 Arnold William S Arnold Invs Inc $547,460
2120 Murfreesboro Nashville 37217 1/21 Mission Realty LLC Next Generation Holdings LLC $540,000
0 CLUB CREEK Nashville 37209 1/4 Galdino Gregory Michael Snyder Hillman George Jr $540,000
408 37th Nashville 37209 2/22 37Thnash LLC Bailes Elizabeth; Bailes Shawn; Bailes Shawn Edward; Jones Frankie L $536,000
1016 Woodland Nashville 37206 3/2 Gleeson Brock D; McGinnis Amber M ONeill Michael W $530,000
1926 10th Nashville 37208 1/27 G&M Prop LLC Corder Leon M Jr Trustee $520,000
2006 Hamilton Nashville 37218 2/22 Hamilton GP Don Hardin Group LLC $510,000
3000 Vanderbilt Nashville 37212 2/3 Bruno Marc Galletti Salvatore $505,000
102, 108 Porter Nashville 37206 1/24 Puncochar Richard J Trustee Roberts Mary Corolyn $500,000
0 3RD Nashville 37208 3/25 Zeitlin Jeff Mpag LLC $500,000
4933 Jonquil Nashville 37211 1/21 Seay Daniel Ryan Kenneth D $495,000
3228 Clarksville Nashville 37218 3/21 Lockart Kurt Campbell Eugene $480,000
0 Myatt Madison 37115 1/21 Auto Vault Garage LLC Myatt Drive Prop LLC $475,000
622 Dry Creek Goodlttsvll 37072 1/4 Bernard Elizabeth Y; Bernard John K 8 Ten Farm Trust $475,000
212 Foxwood Nashville 37210 1/10 Payne Todd J Trustee Arnold Eric $475,000
3620 Anderson Nashville 37217 3/2 Toss Eyd Feldman Kevin $475,000
0 Ashland City Nashville 37218 2/10 Fortuitous LLC Music City Holdings LLC $460,000
1510 Demonbreun Nashville 37203 2/4 Kelley Patrick G Roeder Mark $455,000
3013 Ambrose Nashville 37207 3/9 East Trinity Part LLC Scott David C $450,000
409 McAdoo Nashville 37205 1/25 Hive Nashville LLC Nashvillage LLC $440,000
6040 Marrowbone Lake Joelton 37080 3/23 Andreeson Family Parthip LLC Gwaltney Chris A $440,000
0 Ashland City Nashville 37218 1/28 Music City Holdings LLC Rjx Prop LLC $420,000
1101 6th, 604 Madison Nashville 37208 1/28 Bellini Anthony Mainland Germantown LLC $415,550
3500 Saint Lawrence Joelton 37080 2/15 George Construction Co LLC Ray Tarra A; Ray Thomas $400,000
303 Criddle Nashville 37219 3/24 Jeter Guy Reynolds William Bradley $400,000
0 Clay Lick Whites Cr 37189 3/16 Deutschmann Mark Langley Thomas A $399,900
1700 County Hospital, 3212 Hydes Ferry Nashville 37218 3/7 C&H Prop LLC Summey Clarence $380,000
1510 Demonbreun Nashville 37203 2/1 Swiney Edward Shane Trustee Mondello Alyssa $370,000
1108 Hadley Old Hickory 37138 1/14 Second Missionary Baptist Church First Baptist Church of Old Hickory $360,000
5748 Pettus Antioch 37013 3/17 Sdh Nashville LLC Green Trails LLC $360,000
533 Old Hickory Madison 37115 1/11 Yafai Nabil Rabiei Mojtaba Trustee $350,000
1617 Underwood Nashville 37208 2/28 Roper Charisma S Affordable Housing Resources Inc $350,000
837 Wren Goodlttsvll 37072 1/14 Wren Ave LLC Williams-Besler Freda A $340,000
0 Old Charlotte Nashville 37209 2/9 Snyder William Francis Doherty Neal Ferguson $333,000
118 Cedar Goodlttsvll 37072 3/18 Topp Jeremy Mullen Rachelle A $330,000
120 Donelson Nashville 37214 2/1 Cem Properties LLC Omohundro Laurel Cheek $325,000
4459 Little Marrowbone Joelton 37080 3/24 Nashville Event Lighting LLC Camacho Robert F $325,000
7470 Charlotte Nashville 37209 3/14 Starr Trent Patrick Schoepke Kara $325,000
0 Griffith Nashville 37221 3/28 Clement Robert N Freeman William H $325,000
6952 Highway 70 Nashville 37221 2/8 Rabiei Lily Cobb Kelly $305,000
1218 Campbell Goodlttsvll 37072 1/12 Geissler Christopher L Harris Cheryl Trustee $300,000
0 Knight Whites Cr 37189 2/9 Shular Tennessee Holding Co LLC Holloway Charles H; Holloway Mary K $300,000
0 Wren Goodlttsvlle 37072 2/9 Adair Timothy J Shelby Kimberly K $300,000
2325 Elliston Nashville 37203 1/25 Miller Bradley S Keen P Jason $292,000
819 33rd Nashville 37209 3/21 Xe Dev Co LLC Corinthian Baptist Church $290,000
444 Hicks Nashville 37221 3/11 Del Refugio Enterprises LLC Apostolic Christian Church Of Nashville TN $290,000
1808 State Nashville 37203 3/25 Better Real Estate LLC Roberts John R $289,900
1038 Murfreesboro Nashville 37217 3/9 Green Marcus Live Well Inv LLC $285,000
515 Menees Madison 37115 3/8 Conger Matthew Tyler Shelby John H $280,000
2325 Elliston Nashville 37203 1/31 Fosdick Janet; Wertheimer Peter Robert E Mitchell & Barbara J Mitchell Revocable Trust $278,000
436 Flintlock Nashville 37217 3/11 Moser Robert R Jr Garcia Orlando $275,000
116 Porter Nashville 37206 3/1 Lance Hailey Nash One LLC $270,000
510 Basswood Nashville 37209 3/31 Wood Cayman Schubert Sarah E $253,500
405 Two Mile Goodlttsvll 37072 1/18 Burnett Matthew L Birthright Mary F $250,000
240 Downeymeade Nashville 37214 3/14 Matthews Ty Donelson Civitan Foundation Inc $250,000
104 Porter Nashville 37206 3/1 Boyls Megan Rowland; Boyls Timothy Roberts Mary Carolyn $250,000
1701 McKinney Nashville 37208 3/18 Zewdie Tesfahunegn K Housing Fund Inc $250,000
4226 Libble Nashville 37218 3/21 Wiggs Larry H Trustee Carman Kenneth W $250,000
4952 Whites Creek Whites Cr 37189 3/15 Rogers David E Spurlock Charles D $250,000
317 Summit Ridge Nashville 37215 1/18 Anderson Ashley Todd Victor Hope Capital LLC $245,000
212 Nelson Madison 37115 2/10 Barreiro Nicholas Horton Alden III $245,000
900 19th Nashville 37212 1/20 Bunch Thomas L Vranken Angelia Van $240,000
405 Wisteria Hermitage 37076 1/31 Winchester David S; Winchester Paula Alter Sydney $220,000
4012 Indiana Nashville 37209 2/24 Hudson Robert Pruitt Monica $220,000
516 Dutchmans Hermitage 37076 3/7 Maruti Real Estate LLC Barrett Mary S $216,000
343 May Madison 37115 3/7 Billingslea Matthew Denton Sara L Pole $214,500
345 May Madison 37115 3/7 Billingslea Christina; Billingslea Matthew Denton Sara L Pole; Pole Sara Lynn $214,500
3225, 3227 Luann Antioch 37013 2/9 Opendoor Prop Trust I Davis Roena K $210,000
741 Garrison Nashville 37207 2/23 Hayes Danicia; Wyly Darin Brown Wanda $207,000
3215 Luann Antioch 37013 1/19 Mosad Mohssin Boyd Sean T Trustee $205,000
261 White Bridge Nashville 37209 1/3 Dlsm Family Trust Adelman Francis M; Adelman Susan K; Moore Jake $200,000
807 Churchill Madison 37115 2/28 Russ Mary Mircea Emil $200,000
516 Dutchmans Hermitage 37076 3/7 Bohnert Shane Andrew Hayes Thomas Michael $200,000
4618 Woodside Old Hickory 37138 2/17 Saba-Shearsby Sharyl; Shearsby Stephen J Dyer Sean $185,000
707 Paige Nashville 37207 2/14 Nguyen Van Brown William A III $180,000
505 Clubhouse Antioch 37013 3/22 2450 Enterprise Inc Logan Keith $175,000
138 Harris Madison 37115 2/25 Entrust Invs LLC Hensley Hilliard R $170,000
2758 Greer Goodlttsvll 37072 1/12 Cowley Christopher A Cammon Michael H $160,000
4958 Edmondson Nashville 37211 2/25 Rothberg Adam J Adams Brandon Trustee $151,000
0 Sulphur Creek Nashville 37218 3/25 Lacy Mary A Nelson Bradley L $150,000
720, 722 Seven Mile Nashville 37211 1/12 Jetton Daniel Aaron Pollard Michael $145,000
107 Harding Nashville 37205 3/7 107 Harding Part LLC Harding Pike Prop $145,000
0 Pond Creek Pegram 37143 1/18 Amundson Jennifer Bogema David $135,000
555 Dupont Madison 37115 3/16 5 Points Prop LLC McGowan Vanessa $130,000
5722 Hickory Nashville 37211 1/11 Hirori Warvin T Stone Latoya $125,000
0 Luster Goodlttsvlle 37072 2/7 Smith Leah; Smith Timothy Steven Biggers Glen E; Biggers Leila P $125,000
324 Gallatin Madison 37115 3/31 Braxton Holdings Inc Bobbitt Lisa Michelle Trustee $120,000
270 Tampa Nashville 37211 3/1 Penaflor Javier Hamidi Wida K $110,000
0 Hicks Nashville 37221 1/12 Dalamar Homes LLC Merko Invs LLC $105,000
270 Tampa Nashville 37211 3/31 No Jang Hoi Liu Ge $105,000
0 Ashland City Nashville 37218 1/31 Mayberry Robert S Wilkes Terry E $100,000
270 Tampa Nashville 37211 1/19 Medrano Douglas Mauricio Yaba Abudullah $100,000
214 Rucker Nashville 37210 3/11 J&B Co Service Resource Inc $100,000
8056 Old Pond Creek Pegram 37143 3/9 Zemer Elaine Choate Emily S $100,000

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96. Tennessee tourism takes a detour -

Tennessee tourism is surging back to pre-pandemic levels, which is good news for the major metro areas that spend millions to draw in visitors, as well as the state, which depends on sales taxes to fund its annual budget.

97. 31 NFL teams looking at Vrabel. No, not the Titans coach -

LAS VEGAS (AP) — One player has been off-limits for Tennessee Titans coach Mike Vrabel when preparing for the draft with general manager Jon Robinson: Tyler Vrabel.

The Titans coach's oldest son is a 6-foot-5, 310-pound offensive lineman who was a three-year starter at Boston College, spending two seasons at left tackle and one on the right side. Asked if the Titans are considering the younger Vrabel as a prospect, the elder Vrabel said no. He and Robinson haven't even talked about it.

98. Housing shortage, soaring rents squeeze US college students -

BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) — UC Berkeley sophomore Terrell Thompson slept in his car for nearly two weeks at the start of the school year last fall, living out of a suitcase stashed in the trunk and texting dozens of landlords a day in a desperate search for a place to live.

99. Reese Witherspoon, Derrick Henry join Nashville SC ownership -

Reese Witherspoon, Derrick Henry join Nashville SC ownership

Nashville native, actor and producer Reese Witherspoon, media and technology investor Jim Toth and Tennessee Titans All-Pro running back Derrick Henry have joined Nashville SC’s ownership group as minority owners.

100. Russia's war heats up cooking oil prices in global squeeze -

ISTANBUL (AP) — For months, Istanbul restaurant Tarihi Balikca tried to absorb the surging cost of the sunflower oil its cooks use to fry fish, squid and mussels.

But in early April, with oil prices nearly four times higher than they were in 2019, the restaurant finally raised its prices. Now, even some longtime customers look at the menu and walk away.