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Located at 1705 21st Avenue S. in Hillsboro Village, an employee at Provence confirmed to Eater Nashville over the phone that today is indeed its last day, with the business closing at 7 p.m. A reason for the shutter is not currently known, but the employee says that it came as a shock to everyone.
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See below. These crimes all happened last night (2/14) between 7 - 9 p.m., within a few miles of each other. Each involved multiple suspects, possibly traveling in stolen vehicles. Please exercise extreme caution if walking in the early evening hours, even in what might be considered “safe” areas. Call the police at 615-862-8600 if you see anything suspicious. _______________ Metro Police are investigating after a man was shot near the Green Hills Branch of the Nashville Public Library. Police responded to several calls just after 7 p.m. Wednesday saying a man had been shot. The victim was found with a life-threatening gunshot wound to his stomach. Witnesses told police they heard several gunshots and saw a maroon Jeep Cherokee with three male black suspects inside leave the parking lot at a high rate of speed. The victim told police that the suspects jumped out of the Jeep and a bullet struck him. It is unclear whether the man was inside the library at the time of the shooting. _______________ Wednesday February 14, 2018, at 8:18 PM, Metro Nashville Police and Vanderbilt University Police responded to a report of an aggravated robbery at 18th Avenue South and Horton Ave. The victim stated that the two males approached him displaying handguns and pushed him to the ground, demanding his wallet and valuables. The suspects were last reported fleeing south bound away from campus. Police have a limited description of the suspects – reported as two black males wearing dark hoodies. _______________ Metro Police confirm a Green Hills salon employee was assaulted and robbed on Wednesday night around 9 p.m. The woman was taking out the trash at Salon YaYa on Crestmoor Road when a male black suspect approached her and demanded that she gives him her purse. The victim refused, and the man struck her in the face with his handgun. The suspect was seen leaving the area in a newer model Gold Ford Taurus with at least one other occupant in the vehicle.
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The attack happened just before 8:20 p.m. Wednesday on 18th Avenue South at Horton Avenue.
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The Nashville Post reports that GBT Realty has approval to move forward on the next phase at their site already under construction at 21st and Wedgewood. Work will begin on a three-story mixed-use building that will house a two-level roughly 6,000sf restaurant overlooking the intersection.
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Historic Nashville is happy to announce that the Anne and Mignon Nixon and Clark Family Trust donated a Preservation Easement for the historic Betty Nixon House near Hillsboro Village, forever saving the landmark from demolition. Owned by former Metro Councilwoman and preservationist Betty Nixon from 1971-2016, the nearly 100-year old home marks the 18th easement donated to HNI. Located at 1607 18th Avenue South, the Colonial Revival-style home was constructed of hand-laid stone in 1925 for Thomas O. Bagley, a local cotton merchant. The property was also owned by Mrs. Elsie Caldwell Buntin from 1951-1971 and by John Trice Nixon, a U.S. district judge, and his wife Betty Chiles Nixon, a well-known neighborhood leader who represented District 18 on the Metro Council from 1975-1987, and twice ran for mayor. This house served as headquarters for Nixon’s political campaigns. “We are thrilled that the house is to be protected in perpetuity through a preservation easement,” stated Mignon and Anne Nixon. “And, we are profoundly grateful to Historic Nashville for helping secure this tangible legacy of our mother’s extraordinary life and commitment to Nashville’s neighborhoods.” “We are grateful to be involved in helping preserve this beautiful architectural landmark, which helps tell the story of women’s history in Nashville,” stated HNI president Jenn Harrman. “Betty Nixon was a longtime leader in the local preservation movement, and we are honored to help preserve her legacy.” #KeepNashvilleUnique #ThisPlaceMatters