Tag: Tennessee

AARP Help In Tennessee

They tell you what happen. NASHVILLE – The Tennessee Alliance for Legal Services lost its office to floods that devastated much of Middle and West Tennessee, but that hasn’t stopped them from working with the Tennessee Bar Association, other statewide…

Morning Coffee – Day Six

As we said yesterday, we are trying to monitor damage to west Tennessee in relationship to the storms that swept through last weekend and the floods that became a very harsh and real reality for thousands of Tennesseans. We are…

Nashville’s Homeless Are Forgotten

Jeff Woods reports that the homeless population and residents of Tent City in Nashville appear to be safe although it is still early. The recent flooding had Rep. Mike Turner worried. I am concerned,” says Mike Turner, a Nashville fire…

Forget It

From blogger Lori Lenz who writes about the lack of national media attention on the floods in middle Tennessee. So I was thinking…what’s different? Why aren’t we getting the media attention like other cities have? And I realized it. We…

Tennessee Voices On The Flood

From our friend Paul Chenoweth Shelters are at capacity, missing people are unaccounted for, many homes are under water, we’re in a water conservation emergency, much of Nashville’s economic base is threatened by flood damage, etc. Nashville and surrounding areas…

The Opposite Of Darkness Is Light

Now we know why we are called the Volunteer State. Encouraging words and observations from Bill Seaver. The irony of a bad situation is that it brings out many great things. It’s in the darkest places that even the faintest…

Closed And/Or Crawling

R. Neal has a list of state buildings that are closed in Nashville as the waters begin to slowly recede. And K. Beckley took this photo a few minutes ago on Vietnam Veterans Blvd.