Top Middle Tennessee Stories of the Week: January 23, 2023


Here are our top stories from across Middle Tennessee, from January 23 to January 27, 2023.

Cheatham County Source

  • Middle Tennessee Lane Closures January 26 – February 1, 2023
    Middle Tennessee Scheduled Lane Closures for January 26 – February 1, 2023. Read more.

  • More Than 100 People Participate in Cheatham County Polar Plunge
    More than 100 people took the plunge at the Cheatham County Polar Plunge over the weekend at Riverbluff Park in Ashland City, the county said in a Facebook post. Read more.

  • Nashville’s Weekly Most Wanted as of January 24, 2023
    Here is the latest Top 10 most wanted in Nashville as of January 24, 2023, provided by Metro Criminal Warrants Division. Read more.

Davidson County Source

  • YouTuber Buys $1.5 Million Fire-Damaged Tennessee Mansion
    Mike Thakur, content creator/YouTuber, has purchased one of the most talked about home listings, reports WSMV. Read more.

  • Serial Robbery Suspect Terrance Turner Charged with 7 Nashville Dollar Store Robberies
    An investigation spanning nearly a month into a series of armed robberies at Nashville area dollar stores culminated Sunday night with the arrest of ex-con Terrance Turner, 43, who, through surveillance, was taken into custody shortly after robbing Dollar Tree at 2806 Smith Springs Road. Read more.

  • Mark Your Calendar for the 7th Annual Nashville Wine in the Winter This February
    The 7th Annual Nashville Wine in the Winter is an experiential tasting with 100+ wines, beer, spirits and savory selections. Read more.

Dickson County Source

  • Sandra Rodriguez Wanted by Dickson County Sheriff’s Office for Violation of Probation
    The Dickson County Sheriff’s Office is looking for Sandra Rodriguez who is wanted for violation of probation. Read more.

  • Tennessee High School Wrestling Poll for January 23, 2023
    Votes are cast by a state-wide panel of high school wrestling coaches and are based on a maximum Power Ranking of 120. Read more.

  • Dickson County Schools Director Received Unauthorized Pay
    The annual audit of Dickson County government by the Tennessee Comptroller’s Office includes five findings that outline issues of noncompliance and lack of internal controls within the government. Read more.

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