Construction Begins on dual-purpose church
Jul20

Construction Begins on dual-purpose church

The construction phase of The Hills Nashville church is underway at 120 Belle Forest Circle, site of the former Bellevue Theater. This will be the first permanent home for The Hills, which was founded in 2010 by pastors John and Kristin Ragsdale.   Interior demolition and structural work has been completed. Phase one of construction, which is targeted for completion by January 2021, involves a partial interior build-out in which...

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One Bellevue Chick-fil-A now open
Jul07

One Bellevue Chick-fil-A now open

Nashville’s newest Chick-fil-A restaurant opened for business Tuesday morning at 7606 Highway 70 South in One Bellevue Place. The advent of the popular fast food establishment figures to be a welcome addition to Bellevue’s dining scene.   Chick-fil-A One Bellevue will be open from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m., Monday-Saturday. As with all Chick-fil-A restaurants, it will be closed Sundays. Featured services and amenities include mobile...

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A Song Of The Times
Jun25

A Song Of The Times

A member of the Metro Nashville Police Department (MNPD) has turned to the power of music in an effort to help the nation heal from the ongoing divisions and civil unrest over race and police relations. On Thursday morning, Sergeant Henry Particelli released “Your Name,” a music video that expresses his reaction to the death of George Floyd while in custody of four police officers in Minneapolis. All were charged including one with...

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BusinessVue: News & Notes from Around Town
May05

BusinessVue: News & Notes from Around Town

BELLEVUE PICNIC RESCHEDULED FOR SEPTEMBER 12 The Bellevue Community Picnic presented by Nashville Christian School has been rescheduled for Saturday, September 12. Bellevue Harpeth Chamber of Commerce CEO Amy Napoli made the announcement on May 2 via the chamber’s YouTube channel. In the announcement, Napoli stated that the chamber would monitor and abide by health guidelines established by Metro Nashville and Mayor John Cooper...

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BusinessVue: Bellevue’s Response to COVID-19
Apr08

BusinessVue: Bellevue’s Response to COVID-19

FIRST HORIZON PROVIDING FEE REFUNDS First Horizon Bank is reaching out to clients and customers to provide assistance during the COVID-19 shutdown. Upon request and demonstration of shutdown-related hardships, First Horizon will rebate NSF and overdraft fees, as well as fees for continuous overdraft, overdraft protection transfers, monthly service charges and early withdrawal fees for CDs. Also being refunded will be fees related to...

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COVID-19 Shutdown Visits Bellevue
Mar16

COVID-19 Shutdown Visits Bellevue

Economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic hit Nashville with a vengeance over the weekend as Mayor John Cooper called on the Metro Board of Health to declare a public health emergency. Cooper also called on all local bars to close indefinitely and for restaurants to reduce capacity by 50 percent.   This directive applies to establishments in Bellevue. While it is unclear as to what penalties would be imposed on those who...

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