Top Middle Tennessee Stories of the Week: February 20, 2023


Here are our top stories from across Middle Tennessee, from February 20 to February 24, 2023.

Cheatham County Source

  • Kingston Springs Residents Can Now Pay Traffic Citations & Property Taxes Online
    The Town of Kingston Springs is now accepting online payments for Traffic Citations and for inquiries and payments of Town Property Taxes. Read more.

  • Kyle Jacobs, Songwriter & Husband of Kellie Pickler, Dead at 49
    Kyle Jacobs, songwriter and the husband of American Idol alum Kellie Pickler, died on February 17, 2023, CNN reports. Read more.

  • CMT Crossroads with Jimmie Allen and For King & Country to Air This Month
    CMT revealed the debut of the newest installment of the iconic “CMT Crossroads” franchise with multi-Grammy® Award-winning duo FOR KING + COUNTRY and Grammy® Award-nominated, CMA & ACM winning country star Jimmie Allen. Read more.

Davidson County Source

  • Victim Identified in Fatal Shooting at Dickerson Pike’s Trvth Lounge
    Homicide detectives are pursuing leads in Saturday’s 10:30 p.m. fatal shooting of Chancellor Eddins, 35, outside Trvth Lounge, 2919 Dickerson Pike. Read more.

  • Tim McGraw to Perform in Franklin, TN This Spring
    The 21st District Recovery Court (Recovery Court) will host its first-ever singer-songwriter night on April 10 at The Franklin Theatre. Read more.

  • Health Inspections: Food Options at Green Hills Mall
    These are the health scores for food options at the Green Hills Mall in Nashville located at 2126 Abbott Martin Rd with their most recent inspection scores as of February 20, 2023. Read more.

Dickson County Source

  • Just Love Coffee to Open in Former Rite Aid
    Just Love Coffee is coming to Dickson, Tennessee. Founded by Robb and Emily Webb in Murfreesboro, Tennessee in 2009 as a socially conscious business that originally sold coffee online and donated a percentage of profits to parents adopting children from overseas, they have since franchised the business. Read more.

  • This Suspect is Wanted By the Dickson Police Department
    Please help identify this subject. If you have any information, please contact Captain Hobson at 615-441-9516, or you can message this page. Read more.

  • Dickson Police Department Need Help Identifying These Subjects
    From Dickson Police Department February 23, 2023. Read more.

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