Month: November 2014

Project Feed

La Vergne Middle School is planning to feed the community. This Tuesday from 3:45-6:00 PM, in the cafeteria.  Come out and be a part of the community.  The cost is free! Click the link to open the PDF(requires acrobat reader)…

The Day Democracy Died

3,225 votes. That’s how many don’t count according to newly sworn in Alderman Melisa Brown. That’s how many do not count according to her logic in going along with Mayor Dennis Waldron to select Calvin Jones to fill the mayor’s…

On the Horizon for LaVergne Schools

Rutherford County School Board Member Aaron Holladay contacted one of our readers earlier today who passed the information to us about an upcoming meeting.  On Tuesday, November 11, 2014 at 5:30pm, there will be a special called meeting of the Board of…

New Faces, New Directions

The people have spoken and on November 18, a new mayor will be sworn in, along with new aldermen to serve the city and its citizens.  With a 133 vote lead, Dennis Waldron is now responsible for the economic growth and…