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Today, he is celebrating his 22nd birthday, and it won't be complete without a quirky greeting from sister Taylor, which references to one of her hits.
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Astros prospect Jack Armstrong Jr. is in minor league camp this spring, but not as a pitcher.
Zachary Adams, 29, is charged with the 2011 kidnapping and murder of nursing student Holly Bobo.
Vanderbilt University School of Medicine tied with Cornell University for the No.
Parker Cornell Altman has been named high school principal at Christ Presbyterian Academy, effective July 1. Altman, who has 10 years of experience in educational leadership, will finish the school year as assistant principal at Centennial High School in Franklin.
Raymond Thompson, Ph.D., was named the Engineering Council of Birmingham's Engineer of the Year at the organization's 55th annual awards banquet.
Two separate wrecks involving recreational vehicles caused three people to be airlifted to Nashville during a mostly sunny but hectic weekend for local police and firefighters, a Maury County Fire Department official said.
This will be BusinesSuites' first executive suite location in Tennessee and 26th location across the US.
Universal Music Group Nashville Chairman and CEO Mike Dungan joked the he couldn't wait for T.J. Martell Foundation's sixth annual Nashville Honors Gala to be over because the idea of being honored with the Frances Preston Lifetime Music Industry Achievement Award made him nervous.
A Davidson County judge heard final arguments Monday in The Tennessean's lawsuit seeking certain records in a high-profile Vanderbilt University rape case, setting the stage for a ruling today.
According to a new study out of Vanderbilt University, black women are much more likely to have high blood pressure than black men, white women or white men.
Jon Meacham's writing about our nascent It City-ness for Time in a piece titled "The South's Red-Hot Town."
Mr. Spragens is a 2012 graduate of Vanderbilt University Law School, where he served as Executive Editor of the Environmental Law and Policy Annual Review .
Jackson Preparatory School recently announced the appointment of Jason Lewis Walton as the sixth head of school effective July 1. Walton succeeds Susan Lindsay, head of the school since 2004, who is retiring in June after 40 years of service in various positions.
In a move that has reminded many onlookers of heavy-handed institutional actions at Vanderbilt University and Tufts University, the school's administration presented Bowdoin Christian Fellowship volunteer leaders Rob and Sim Gregory with a 'non-discrimination' statement.
Previously, he was an AVP financial analyst with Regions Bank. Emily Ziadeh has joined as a staff accountant.