Some spaces that have provided a stage for up-and-coming musicians over the years are in jeopardy because of the booming real estate market.
The pandemic spurred a small-business boom, and that included many Black entrepreneurs looking for new ways to reach consumers.
The Christmas Day bombing impacted dozens of businesses. Some have relocated, while others are waiting for the city to rebuild.
The owners of the Groove are struggling to come up with $500,000 to buy the bungalow that houses their store.
A researcher found that five real estate Investment corporations own more than 5% of the single-family housing stock in a county just outside Nashville.
A vacancy on the all-white fairgrounds panel underscores the issue of how members of governing boards are selected.
In "Music City," independent venues and musicians say they could use more resources to bring audiences back.
Nashville's Botan Market reopened in time to serve its community during Ramadan.
Those in areas prone to flooding are weighing whether it's better to stay in a home, or take a government buyout.
Prince’s Hot Chicken Shack and Slim & Husky’s Pizza Beeria hope to draw tourists on a street that's hosted events like CMA Fest.