With extreme heat on its way, authorities offer ways to stay cool, safe

National Weather Service is predicting that heat indices could exceed 100 degrees from Thursday to Tuesday More

Metro Action Commission preps for downtown office space move

Agency director believes new locale will allow better convenience, service delivery to customers More

Local anti-poverty agencies face cuts, closure under Obama plan

Head Start, GED, Community Development Block Grants among programs facing uncertain future More

The rinse of tides

How a rising economy and growing population have made Nashville a more impoverished city More

Low-income grants aid high winter energy bills

LIHEAP helps eligible families pay the costs of heating and insulating their homes in the winter, and cooling their homes in the summer. More
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