Scoop Media Group has filed suit in Chancery Court against Montgomery County, Tennessee, for denial of access to public records. In January, the local Court Clerk began redacting details from public arrest affidavits. The denials began after a phone call from the County’s Public Information Officer, Michelle Newell, who told Scoop that she did not agree with how Scoop published public records, and would be seeking legislation to prevent future publication, and would restrict access going forward.
A newly filed takes us inside an alcohol-fueled kickball game, organized by Nashville Sports Leagues. Details include an intoxicated underage player, a drunk player falling over on the field, vomiting in the outfield, and shots from a large bottle of Jack Daniels as the reward when you made first base.
A mother and her daughter are suing for up to $225,000 after they were bitten by bedbugs at a Nashville hotel in July.
A reader asked us, “What happened to The Family Wash?”, so we took a look at why the Nashville staple of more than 15 years likely closed it’s doors.