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  • Live wires fall on buses with students on board in Antioch

    Wires fell on school buses on Tuesday in Antioch. (WSMV) NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) – Live wires fell onto several school buses after being taken down during a construction accident in Antioch on Tuesday afternoon. The accident occurred in the area of 3754 Murfreesboro Pike after the wires were struck by a construction crew. Several students […]

  • Antioch Home Destroyed By Lightning

    ANTIOCH, TN — Middle Tennessee was spared extensive damage during Tuesday night’s severe storms, though a home in Antioch was struck by lightning, sparking a fire that destroyed it. Nashville Fire crews responded to the home on Mallard Creek Court shortly after 9 p.m. The family of five escaped unharmed, but the home was a […]

  • National School Walkout: Antioch Students Rip Down Flag

    ANTIOCH, TN — The National School Walkout demonstration at Antioch High School Wednesday became "unruly," as a group of students ripped down the American flag, damaged a police car and began fighting during the nationwide event advocating against gun violence and intended to honor the 17 people killed at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in […]

  • In wake of father’s death, a son takes family construction business to new heights

    To say that Richard Preston grew up in the construction business is an understatement. “I was always on the jobsite with my dad,” Richard says. “As early as elementary school he would have me straightening things up.” As Richard grew older, his responsibilities at Preston Construction increased, including superintending jobs in his parents’ brief absences […]

  • Driver Runs, Takes Plate After Antioch Crash

    ANTIOCH, TN — The driver who crashed his car into an Antioch yard early Thursday left the scene with his license plates before police arrived on the scene. Around 2:30 a.m., the car crashed into the yard in the 5000 block of McClendon Avenue, hitting a mailbox and shrubs and coming to rest against the […]

  • East Tennessee churches learn from active shooter response training

    Church representatives from as far as Chattanooga and Southeastern Kentucky met in Knoxville on Saturday to participate in active shooter response training. That’s something many people hope they won’t need to ever use in a church. "We live in different times," Calvary Chapel Senior Pastor Mark Kirk said. "This is a time, unfortunately, where the […]

  • Metro OKs Permits For Controversial Antioch Gas Compressor

    ANTIOCH, TN — The Metro Health Department issued a construction permit for the controversial gas compressor in Antioch, saying it meets air pollution standards. The natural gas compressor proposed by Columbia Gulf Transmission for a tract on Barnes Road northwest of Lenox Village and near Old Hickory Boulevard and Mill Creek met with controversy from […]

  • Fastsigns International, Inc. to End Brand Imaging Test

    Press release from the issuing company Carrollton, Texas – FASTSIGNS International, Inc. and FASTSIGNS Franchisee Scott Snoyer, have agreed to end the test of the brand extension named Brand Imaging Group – Powered by FASTSIGNS®, effective May 31, 2018. This test began with Snoyer in Antioch, Tennessee in January, 2012 to see if a high […]