Thursday is the final day of early voting in Tennessee ahead of next Tuesday’s election. In Nashville the ballot includes several referendums, including one on just who should be allowed to run Metro Public Works.
The struggling Hickory Hollow Mall has been sold at the fire-sale price of $1 million. The buyer was interested in a small space for a medical clinic. The property’s owner threw in the rest of the mall for the same price.
One of the first country music television channels goes back on the air tomorrow. The Nashville Network spent nearly two decades on cable, but Gaylord Entertainment sold TNN around the same time it closed the Opryland theme park.
Proposed taxes are drawing voters to the polls in several Tennessee counties, including Sumner, where a budget battle delayed the start of school by nearly two weeks. A $25 increase in car registrations is splitting voters who consider themselves conservative.