5 days ago

1 person injured in Edgehill shooting

Metro police responded to the 1200 block of 12th Ave. South just after 5 p.m.

    1 person injured in Edgehill shooting
    NASHVILLE, Tenn (WKRN) - A person is injured in a shooting near Edgehill homes. Metro police responded to the 1200 block of 12th Ave. South just after 5 p.m. Police said the victim was shot in the upper leg/rear-end area. He was transported to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
    http://wkrn.com

Oct 26

How the Murder Case Against Cyrus Wilson Has Fallen Apart

...midnight on that cool September evening, Metro police responded to a shooting call from the 1400 block of 11th Avenue South. When they arrived, they found Luckett partially underneath a chain-link fence, dead from multiple...

    How the Murder Case Against Cyrus Wilson Has Fallen Apart
    Cyrus Wilson is led into Courtroom 6D of the A.A. Birch Building downtown, wearing a blue Tennessee Department of Correction uniform. His hands are shackled in front of him and his eyes are scanning the gallery from behind a pair of glasses as he takes his seat in front of Judge Seth Norman's bench for a hearing Monday, Oct.
    http://www.nashvillescene.com

Oct 07

Come join the family of Wanda Faye Walker for...

Come join the family of Wanda Faye Walker for the Candle light vigil tonight at 6pm 1409 12th ave so. Edgehill Park behind the Library. Praying for my family. We will never give up. May God be with us all tonight. #lovenmissucousin


Sep 28

Curious Nashville: How The Polar Bear Lives On As Edgehill's Symbol

...statues in Edgehill can definitely turn heads. And while the history of the sculptures at Wedgewood and 12th Avenue South is relatively easy to trace, WPLN listener Mary Gingrass opened the door to...

The polar bear statues first came to stand at 1408 Edgehill Ave. around 1930, just outside of the Mattei Plaster Relief Ornamental Company, which made an array of figurines.

    Curious Nashville: How The Polar Bear Lives On As Edgehill's Symbol
    Among Nashville's neighborhood oddities, the polar bear statues in Edgehill can definitely turn heads. And while the history of the sculptures at Wedgewood and 12th Avenue South is relatively easy to trace, WPLN listener Mary Gingrass opened the door to a more contemporary answer by wording her Curious Nashville question this way: Why is a BEAR the "logo" for Edgehill area?
    http://nashvillepublicradio.org

Sep 24

Q&A: Nashville Mayor Megan Barry on transit, a soccer stadium and Cloud Hill halfway through her first term

...firefighters, and nurses, and police officers. So one of the projects we have is at 12th and Wedgewood, that’s coming out of the ground, that will be specifically designed for workforce (housing...

    Q&A: Nashville Mayor Megan Barry on transit, a soccer stadium and Cloud Hill halfway through her first term
    Monday marks two years since Mayor Megan Barry was sworn in as the seventh mayor of Metro Nashville. It brings a new milestone, her midterm, and it starts the countdown to another significant date: Aug. 1, 2019, when she's up for re-election. Who's counting?
    http://www.tennessean.com

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