Thousands of Nashville families will now have access to more affordable housing.
Metro Council passed a plan Tuesday that helps nonprofit groups provide more affordable housing options for the disabled, elderly and low income families.
The program would establish a city trust fund to aid those who qualify.
According to the 2010 census, more than 58,000 people in Nashville were spending more than 30 percent of their household income on rent.
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Richard Arrington Jr. Boulevard South is closed at Valley Avenue following a wreck that damaged traffic lights.
The healing process has begun for Ben Abercrombie. He is the young man from Hoover who was injured during his first college football game at Harvard on September 16.
Carol Ann McLaughlin stood in the same parking lot Friday and witnessed a knife attack just feet from where she stood today.
Birmingham fire are on the scene of a house fire in the 4100 block of 12th Avenue in Wylam.
President Trump's condolence call to a soldier’s widow now sparking a debate on just how to speak to a grieving person or family.