Top Middle Tennessee Stories of the Week: April 3, 2023


Here are our top stories from across Middle Tennessee, from April 3 to April 7, 2023.

Cheatham County Source

  • 3 Easter Egg Hunts in Cheatham County
    Easter is coming to Cheatham County. Here are three Easter events in and around the county. Read more.

  • ACM Awards to Return to Prime Video for 2023 Awards
    Prime Video announced the return of the Academy of Country Music Awards, in collaboration with the Academy of Country Music and MRC, which will livestream exclusively for a global audience in 2023 from Ford Center at The Star in Frisco, Texas. Read more.

  • Suspect in Custody After Fleeing Crash Involving HS Student
    One person is in custody after police say they were involved in an accident on Hwy 12 North and Sweethome Rd with a high school student trying to get to school. Read more.

Davidson County Source

  • Suspect Arrested Following Thursday’s Fatal Shooting on 14th Avenue North
    The investigation revealed Perry and his neighbor were in an ongoing dispute. Read more.

  • GoFundMe Accounts Supporting Covenant School Victims
    A school shooting took place at The Covenant School in Nashville on Monday, March 27 claiming the lives of six victims, three adults and three children. Read more.

  • Sinatra Bar & Lounge to Begin Taking Reservations on April 8, 2023
    Icon Entertainment Group has announced that Sinatra Bar & Lounge will begin taking reservations this Saturday, April 8 for the highly-anticipated new establishment. Read more.

Dickson County Source

  • Dickson County New Business Licenses for April 3, 2023
    If you’re looking for information on who is setting up shop in your community, or if you just want to keep up with all of the newest businesses popping up around the area, this is the article for you. Read more.

  • 17 Easter Egg Hunts Across Middle Tennessee
    We’ve rounded up a handful of community Easter egg hunts happening this year. Know of an Easter egg hunt we missed? Read more.

  • Not Crazy About Turkey or Ham? Here are Some Protein Alternatives to Serve This Holiday Season
    While a Thanksgiving turkey and a Christmas ham may be tradition, there is nothing wrong with starting your own holiday customs and trying something new. Read more.

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