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1. Justices spar in latest clash of religion and gay rights -

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court 's conservative majority sounded sympathetic Monday to a Christian graphic artist who objects to designing wedding websites for gay couples, the latest collision of religion and gay rights to land at the high court.

2. Justices spar in latest clash of religion and gay rights -

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court 's conservative majority sounded sympathetic Monday to a Christian graphic artist who objects to designing wedding websites for gay couples, a dispute that's the latest clash of religion and gay rights to land at the highest court.

3. Biden shows little urgency as Dems mull 2024 primary shakeup -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Democrats considering shaking up the order of their 2024 presidential primary are waiting on President Joe Biden, anxious to see if he'll endorse stripping Iowa of its traditional leadoff spot or discourage major changes while mulling his own potential reelection bid.

4. Lawmakers urge action after report of other high court leak -

WASHINGTON (AP) — The chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee said his panel is reviewing "serious allegations" in a report that a former anti-abortion leader knew in advance the outcome of a 2014 Supreme Court case involving health care coverage of contraception.

5. Jeff Bezos says he will give away most of his fortune -

NEW YORK (AP) — Amazon founder Jeff Bezos said he will give away the majority of his wealth during his lifetime, becoming the latest billionaire to pledge to donate much of his vast fortune.

Bezos, whose "real-time" worth Forbes magazine estimates at roughly $124.1 billion, made the announcement in a joint CNN interview with his girlfriend Lauren Sanchez that was released on Monday. The billionaire didn't specify how - or to whom - he will give away the money, but said the couple were building the "capacity" to do it.

6. Future of American democracy loomed large in voters' minds -

WASHINGTON (AP) — This week's ballot had an unspoken candidate — American democracy. Two years of relentless attacks on democratic traditions by former President Donald Trump and his allies left the country's future in doubt, and voters responded.

7. Appeals Court weighs death row inmate's disability claims -

NASHVILLE (AP) — Attorneys for Tennessee death row inmate Byron Black told a state appeals court on Tuesday that he should not be executed because he is intellectually disabled.

8. Biden's next 2 years: changes afoot whatever midterms bring -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Joe Biden's record is on the ballot even if his name isn't. And no matter what Tuesday's midterm elections bring, his presidency is set for profound changes.

In public, Biden professed optimism to the end, telling Democratic state party officials on election eve that "we're going to surprise the living devil out of people." In private, though, White House aides have been drawing up contingencies should Republicans take control of one, or both, chambers of Congress — a scenario Biden said would make his life "more difficult."

9. Hyundai breaks ground on $5.5B electric car plant in Georgia -

ELLABELL, Ga. (AP) — A robotic dog delivered a champagne toast and Georgia's governor and junior U.S. senator shared a brief bipartisan celebration ahead of high-stakes elections as Hyundai Motor Group broke ground Tuesday on its first U.S. plant dedicated to making electric vehicles.

10. Record number of Americans have bank accounts, gov't says -

NEW YORK (AP) — The number of Americans who do not have a bank account fell to a record low last year, as the proliferation of online-only banks and an improving economy is bringing more Americans into the traditional financial system.

11. COVID-19 linked to increase in US pregnancy-related deaths -

WASHINGTON (AP) — COVID-19 drove a dramatic increase in the number of women who died from pregnancy or childbirth complications in the U.S. last year, a crisis that has disproportionately claimed Black and Hispanic women as victims, according to a government report released Wednesday.

12. COVID-19 linked to increase in US pregnancy-related deaths -

WASHINGTON (AP) — COVID-19 drove a dramatic increase in the number of women who died from pregnancy or childbirth complications in the U.S. last year, a crisis that has disproportionately claimed Black and Hispanic women as victims, according to a report released Wednesday..

13. Gates Foundation donates $1B to prioritize math education -

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation announced Wednesday that it is making grants of more than a $1 billion as part of a sweeping national plan to improve math education over the next four years. Its goal: to help students succeed in school and land well-paying jobs when they graduate, given research that shows the connection between strong math skills and career success.

14. White House unveils artificial intelligence 'Bill of Rights' -

The Biden administration unveiled a set of far-reaching goals Tuesday to align artificial intelligence-powered tools with what it called the values of Democracy and equity, including guidelines for how to protect people's personal data and limit surveillance.

15. EXPLAINER: How do we know when a recession has begun? -

WASHINGTON (AP) — The economy shrank in the first half of this year, the government confirmed in a report Thursday, underscoring fears of a broad-based slowdown that could lead to a recession.

At the same time, the number of people seeking unemployment benefits — a figure that often reflects the pace of layoffs — fell to a five-month low. The drop suggests that companies are holding onto their staffs, despite the slowdown in growth, and that those who do get laid off are quickly finding new jobs.

16. Bills would curtail objections at future Jan. 6 counts -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Members of Congress have officially objected to the results in four of the last six presidential elections, a partisan practice that has been legal for over a century but became much more fraught after a violent mob of former President Donald Trump's supporters attacked the U.S. Capitol last year.

17. House Democrats pass police funding bills despite divisions -

WASHINGTON (AP) — House Democrats on Thursday pushed through a long-sought policing and public safety package after overcoming internal differences on legislation they plan to make central to their election-year pitch.

18. House Dems reach deal on policing bills ahead of midterms -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Progressive and centrist Democrats in the House have clinched agreement on a long-sought policing and public safety package that will be brought to the House floor just weeks before the midterm elections.

19. House OKs bill to curb political interference with census -

WASHINGTON (AP) — The House passed legislation Thursday intended to make it harder for future presidents to interfere with the once-a-decade census that determines political power and federal funding, a move that comes in response to the Trump's administration's failed effort to make a citizenship question part of the 2020 headcount.

20. Americans give health care system failing mark: AP-NORC poll -

WASHINGTON (AP) — When Emmanuel Obeng-Dankwa is worried about making rent on his New York City apartment, he sometimes holds off on filling his blood pressure medication.

"If there's no money, I prefer to skip the medication to being homeless," said Obeng-Dankwa, a 58-year-old security guard.

21. Biden is 13th and final US president to meet Queen Elizabeth -

WASHINGTON (AP) — With the death of Queen Elizabeth II, Joe Biden gained the distinction of being the 13th and final U.S. president to meet the woman whose reign spanned seven decades.

22. Medicaid extensions for new moms grow, may run into limits -

States around the country are making it easier for new moms to keep Medicaid in the year after childbirth, a time when depression and other health problems can develop.

But tight government budgets and the program's low reimbursement may ultimately limit this push or make it hard for women with extended coverage to find doctors.

23. Big reveal: Biden to help unveil Obama White House portrait -

WASHINGTON (AP) — It's been more than a decade since President Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle, welcomed back George W. Bush and his wife, Laura, for the unveiling of their White House portraits, part of a beloved Washington tradition that for decades managed to transcend partisan politics.

24. Same old motives in this war on public education -

Southern conservatives have long been fighting a war on public education. They don’t call it a war, of course. More recently it’s been going by the innocuous label of “parental choice.” Conservatives, it turns out, can be very pro-choice – depending on who’s doing the choosing and what’s being chosen.

25. Breyer, Gorsuch join to promote education about Constitution -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Recently retired Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer has become the honorary co-chairman of a nonpartisan group devoted to education about the Constitution, joining Justice Neil Gorsuch at a time of intense political polarization and rising skepticism about the court's independence.

26. How Schumer's messy style delivers for Dems: 'I persist' -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Shoes off, an almost-empty container of leftovers, an unfinished glass of wine -- this was the exhausted portrait of one of the most powerful Democrats in Washington after Senate passage of President Joe Biden's sweeping health, climate and economic package.

27. Doctor critical of lax COVID rules wins Democratic gubernatorial primary -

NASHVILLE (AP) — Jason Martin, a Nashville doctor critical of Republican Gov. Bill Lee's hands-off approach to the COVID-19 pandemic, won the Democratic nomination for governor Friday and will face Lee in November.

28. EXPLAINER: How do we know when a recession has begun? -

WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. economy has contracted for two straight quarters, intensifying fears that the nation is on the cusp of a recession — if not already in one — barely two years after the pandemic recession officially ended.

29. AP News Guide: A look at Tennessee's primary elections -

NASHVILLE (AP) — Tennessee's primary elections were held Thursday to determine party nominees for governor, Congress and state legislative seats.

A handful of ballot initiatives and district attorney races were also on the ballot in some counties, as well as Supreme Court retention for all of the justices.

30. Far-right mayor wins GOP primary for Nashville US House seat -

NASHVILLE (AP) — Andy Ogles, a far-right county mayor, won Tennessee's crowded Republican primary on Thursday in a reconfigured congressional district in left-leaning Nashville that the party is hoping to flip in November. In a warning ahead of the general election, he said, "Liberals, we're coming for you."

31. Advocates: Senate bill means environmental health, also harm -

Billions of dollars in climate and environment investments could flow to communities in the United States that have been plagued by pollution and climate threats for decades, if the proposed Inflation Reduction Act becomes law. The bill, announced by Sens. Chuck Schumer and Joe Manchin last month, could also jumpstart a transition to clean energy in regions still dominated by fossil fuels.

32. GOP eyes Nashville seat for flip; Dems vie to face governor -

NASHVILLE (AP) — Tennessee Republicans on Thursday will settle a nine-way primary in a reconfigured congressional district in Nashville they are hoping to flip, while Democrats will choose their nominee for governor in what could be a history-making bid to topple the GOP incumbent.

33. EXPLAINER: How do we know when a recession has begun? -

WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. economy has contracted for two straight quarters, intensifying fears that the nation is on the cusp of a recession — if not already in one — barely two years after the pandemic recession officially ended.

34. Jay Carney, Amazon's top policy exec, leaves for Airbnb -

NEW YORK (AP) — Jay Carney, the top policy and communications executive at Amazon and one-time White House spokesman, has been named the head of policy at Airbnb, marking another high-profile departure for Amazon as it faces a shifting consumer landscape and heightened regulatory scrutiny.

35. A look at Tennessee's primary elections -

NASHVILLE (AP) — Voters can begin casting ballots Friday in Tennessee's Aug. 4 primary election as candidates compete to win their party's nomination for governor, Congress and state legislative seats.

36. Russian missiles kill at least 23 in Ukraine, wound over 100 -

VINNYTSIA, Ukraine (AP) — Russian missiles struck a city in central Ukraine on Thursday, killing at least 23 people and wounding more than 100 others, Ukrainian authorities said. Ukraine's president accused Russia of deliberately targeting civilians in locations without military value.

37. 3 Democrats running in primary to oust Tennessee Gov. Lee -

NASHVILLE (AP) — Since Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee won his election in 2018, the Republican has led the state during a global pandemic, uprisings over racial injustice across the country, mass shootings nationwide and the Supreme Court's end to the constitutional right to abortion.

38. What if you can’t beat inflation through budgeting? -

Inflation is a nightmare for the many Americans who already stretch their dollars to cover basic needs. What happens when those dollars lose value?

Their choice is probably not about whether to cut streaming services or opt for store-brand groceries. Instead, they may have to pick between buying enough food and paying rent.

39. High cost of Russian gains in Ukraine may limit new advance -

After more than four months of ferocious fighting, Russia claimed a key victory: full control over one of the two provinces in Ukraine's eastern industrial heartland.

But Moscow's seizure of the last major stronghold of Ukrainian resistance in Luhansk province came at a steep price. The critical question now is whether Russia can muster enough strength for a new offensive to complete its capture of the Donbas and make gains elsewhere in Ukraine.

40. Jackson sworn in, becomes 1st Black woman on Supreme Court -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Ketanji Brown Jackson was sworn in to the Supreme Court on Thursday, shattering a glass ceiling as the first Black woman on the nation's highest court.

The 51-year-old Jackson is the court's 116th justice, and she took the place of the justice she once worked for. Justice Stephen Breyer's retirement was effective at noon.

41. Congress sends landmark gun violence compromise to Biden -

WASHINGTON (AP) — The House sent President Joe Biden the most wide-ranging gun violence bill Congress has passed in decades on Friday, a measured compromise that at once illustrates progress on the long-intractable issue and the deep-seated partisan divide that persists.

42. Gun bill on road to passage as Senate overcomes GOP delays -

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Senate pushed a bipartisan gun violence bill to the brink of passage Thursday as it voted to halt a Republican filibuster against the measure, clearing the way for Congress' most far-reaching response in decades to the nation's run of brutal mass shootings.

43. Ghastly shootings, political forces align to prompt gun deal -

WASHINGTON (AP) — The country has long endured a numbing succession of mass shootings at schools, places of worship and public gathering places. None forced Congress to react with significant legislation — until now.

44. Tennessee GOP leaders urge delay of toddler COVID-19 shots -

NASHVILLE (AP) — Top Tennessee Republican House leaders on Wednesday urged Gov. Bill Lee to delay the state's health department from distributing and promoting the COVID-19 vaccines to infants, toddlers and preschoolers.

45. Senators reach bipartisan compromise on gun violence bill -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Senate bargainers reached agreement Tuesday on a bipartisan gun violence bill, potentially teeing up final passage by week's end on an incremental but landmark package that would stand as Congress' response to mass shootings in Texas and New York that shook the nation.

46. Time for a money checkup: 4 items to examine -

Much can happen in six months. That’s why, as we close out the first half of the year, it makes sense to check in on your financial life.

“With inflation, I think people this year are more heavily impacted than they probably have been in many years leading up to this point,” says Jason Dall’Acqua, a certified financial planner and founder of Crest Wealth Advisors in Annapolis, Maryland. “So it’s a good time to see how things have been going ... as well as plan for what lies ahead in the remainder of the year.”

47. Southerners are conditioned to believe ‘Big Lie’ -

The claim that Donald Trump won the 2020 election but was cheated out of it is, as his former attorney general Bill Barr inelegantly but accurately put it, bulls***.

They don’t call it the Big Lie for nothing.

48. Jill Biden: 'It's up to Congress to act' on gun safety laws -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Jill Biden, a lifelong teacher who recently mourned the 21 pupils and teachers killed at a Texas elementary school, issued a passionate call on Friday for parents and teachers to "speak up" and demand that Congress pass "common sense" gun safety measures.

49. Despite push, states slow to make Juneteenth a paid holiday -

NASHVILLE (AP) — Recognition of Juneteenth, the effective end of slavery in the U.S., gained traction after the police killing of George Floyd in 2020. But after an initial burst of action, the movement to have it recognized as an official holiday in the states has largely stalled.

50. House OKs security boost for Supreme Court judges, families -

WASHINGTON (AP) — The House gave final approval Tuesday to legislation that would allow around-the-clock security protection for families of Supreme Court justices, one week after a man carrying a gun, knife and zip ties was arrested near Justice Brett Kavanaugh's house after threatening to kill the justice.

51. Tennessee judge: Death row inmate can pursue disability claims -

MEMPHIS (AP) — A Tennessee death row inmate convicted of a 1994 slaying can pursue arguments that he is intellectually disabled and should not be executed under state law, a federal judge has ruled.

52. 4th grade Uvalde survivor: 'I don't want it to happen again' -

WASHINGTON (AP) — An 11-year-old girl who survived the mass shooting at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas, recounted in video testimony to Congress on Wednesday how she covered herself with a dead classmate's blood to avoid being shot and "just stayed quiet."

53. Jan. 6 committee's members are on diverging political paths -

WASHINGTON (AP) — The nine members of the House committee investigating the Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol insurrection are on diverging political paths as they prepare for public hearings that could become a defining moment in their careers.

54. Son of Buffalo victim pushes Congress: 'What are you doing?' -

WASHINGTON (AP) — The son of Ruth Whitfield, an 86-year-old woman killed when a gunman opened fire in a racist attack on Black shoppers in Buffalo, New York, challenged Congress Tuesday to act against the "cancer of white supremacy" and the nation's epidemic of gun violence.

55. Crypto meltdown is wake-up call for many, including Congress -

NEW YORK (AP) — Meltdowns in the cryptocurrency space are common, but the latest one really touched some nerves. Novice investors took to online forums to share tales of decimated fortunes and even suicidal despair. Experienced crypto supporters, including one prominent billionaire, were left feeling humbled.

56. Gov. Lee: No restricting firearms after mass shootings -

NASHVILLE (AP) — Gov. Bill Lee announced Monday that he does not support restricting firearms or strengthening gun control laws in response to recent mass shootings in Tennessee and around the country, including the gunning down of 19 elementary school students and two teachers in Texas.

57. House panel advances gun bill after recent mass shootings -

WASHINGTON (AP) — A House panel advanced legislation Thursday that would raise the age limit for purchasing a semi-automatic rifle from 18 to 21 as Democrats moved quickly to put their stamp on gun legislation in response to mass shootings in Texas and New York by assailants who used such weapons to kill 31 people, including 19 children.

58. Tennessee death row inmate appeals intellectual disability case denial -

NASHVILLE (AP) — A Tennessee death row inmate is appealing a state trial court's dismissal of his request to be declared intellectually disabled, which would make him ineligible for execution.

59. House panel swiftly takes up gun bill after mass shootings -

WASHINGTON (AP) — The House is swiftly working to put its stamp on gun legislation in response to mass shootings in Texas and New York by 18-year-old assailants who used semi-automatic rifles to kill 31 people, including 19 children.

60. Senators talk expanded gun background checks, red flag laws -

WASHINGTON (AP) — A bipartisan group of senators is considering how Congress should respond to the horrific shooting of 19 children and two teachers in Uvalde, Texas, restarting gun control talks that have broken down many times before.

61. Texas shooting is new test for Biden's long battle over guns -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Joe Biden, then the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, surveyed the collection of black, military-style rifles on display in the middle of the room as he denounced the sale of guns whose "only real function is to kill human beings at a ferocious pace."

62. COVID-19, shootings: Is mass death now tolerated in America? -

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — As the nation marked 1 million deaths from COVID-19 last week, the milestone was bookended by mass shootings that killed people simply living their lives: grocery shopping, going to church, or attending the fourth grade. The number, once unthinkable, is now an irreversible reality in the United States — just like the persistent reality of gun violence that kills tens of thousands of people every year.

63. Will Congress act on guns after Sandy Hook, Buffalo, Uvalde? -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer swiftly set in motion a pair of background-check bills for gun buyers Wednesday in response to the school massacre in Texas. But the Democrat acknowledged Congress' unyielding rejection of previous legislation to curb the national epidemic of gun violence.

64. Biden says 'we have to act' after Texas school shooting -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Lamenting a uniquely American tragedy, an anguished and angry President Joe Biden delivered an urgent call for new restrictions on firearms after a gunman shot and killed at least 19 children at a Texas elementary school.

65. Ukraine: Russia must withdraw to pre-war positions for talks -

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Ukraine's president said Wednesday that Russia must pull back to its pre-war positions as a first step before diplomatic talks, a negotiating line that Moscow is unlikely to agree to anytime soon.

66. After 3 months, Russia still bogged down in Ukraine war -

When Russia invaded Ukraine on Feb. 24, it had hoped to overtake the country in a blitz lasting only days or a few weeks. Many Western analysts thought so, too.

As the conflict marked its third month Tuesday, however, Moscow appears to be bogged down in what increasingly looks like a war of attrition, with no end in sight and few successes on the battlefield.

67. House passes domestic terrorism bill after Buffalo shooting -

WASHINGTON (AP) — The House passed legislation late Wednesday night that would bolster federal resources to prevent domestic terrorism in response to the racist mass shooting in Buffalo, New York.

The 222-203, nearly party-line vote was an answer to the growing pressure Congress faces to address gun violence and white supremacist attacks — a crisis that escalated following two mass shootings over the weekend. Rep. Adam Kinzinger, R-Ill., a member of the congressional committee investigating the attack on the U.S. Capitol, was the lone Republican to vote in favor of the measure.

68. Tennessee, South Carolina extend health care for new moms -

NASHVILLE (AP) — Tennessee and South Carolina are joining five other states in extending health care coverage to women with low-to-modest incomes for a full year after childbirth, U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra announced on Friday.

69. Governor says he'll give details on canceled execution next week -

NASHVILLE (AP) — Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee will release more details Monday surrounding why he abruptly canceled the execution of Oscar Smith, delaying his previous plan to reveal the reasons this week, the Republican's spokesperson confirmed.

70. Biden pardons former Secret Service agent and 2 others -

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden has granted the first three pardons of his term, providing clemency to a Kennedy-era Secret Service agent convicted of federal bribery charges that he tried to sell a copy of an agency file and to two people who were convicted on drug-related charges but went on to become pillars in their communities.

71. Biden's election year challenge: Blame GOP for nation's woes -

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden has an election-year message for frustrated voters: At least he's trying.

For those who think he isn't doing enough to help Ukraine fend off the Russian invasion, Biden announced $800 million in new military support on Thursday. To ease the pain of high gas prices, he's tapped the Strategic Petroleum Reserve and reopened onshore sales of oil and natural gas leases on public land. And to address historic inflation, Biden has tried to smooth out supply chain-crimping bottlenecks at the nation's ports.

72. Disney self-government in peril after Florida House vote -

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — The Florida House of Representatives on Thursday gave final passage to a bill that would dissolve Walt Disney World's private government, handing Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis a victory in his feud with the entertainment giant over its opposition to a measure that critics have dubbed the " Don't Say Gay " law.

73. Top Davidson County residential sales for Q1 2022 -

Top residential real estate sales, first quarter 2022, for Davidson County, as compiled by the Nashville Ledger.

AddressCityZipFiling DateBuyersSellersSale Price
5026 Franklin Nashville 37220 1/24 Smith Gowffrey W Hazel Dev LLC $6,600,000
660 Belle Park Nashville 37205 3/18 Crawford Linda T Bovender Barbara T $6,200,000
5070 Villa Crest Nashville 37220 1/11 Friends of Radnor Lake Rader David S $5,110,592
1118 Crater Hill Nashville 37215 3/28 1118 Crater Hill Drive Trust 1118 Crater Hill Dr LLC $4,900,000
4310 Esteswood Nashville 37215 3/2 Shelton Brian Trustee Stone Oak Builders LLC $4,800,000
6129 Hillsboro Nashville 37215 2/24 Ellis Michael 6129 Hillsboro LLC $4,675,000
601 Vosswood Nashville 37205 3/2 Rosenthal Kate Trustee Advanced Design Systems LLC $4,343,277
309 Walnut Nashville 37205 1/31 Landry Clark William; Landry Dayna Sugar 309 Walnut Drive LLC $4,260,000
4624 Belmont Park Nashville 37215 3/10 McMahon Lynn Glotzer Cary I $3,999,999
834 Curtiswood Nashville 37204 3/29 Bell Evan Trustee Perlin Jonathan B Trustee $3,950,000
890 Van Leer Nashville 37220 3/11 Stipech Kristopher Garland Dev LLC $3,775,000
5021 Villa Crest Nashville 37220 3/15 Thorne Curtis Jeffrey Trustee Woodard James $3,700,000
5894 Ashland Nashville 37215 2/15 Stern Adam; Stern Kristin PGT Trust $3,650,000
1001 Montrose Nashville 37204 1/11 Ss Porter LLC Second Missionary Baptist Church Trustees $3,500,000
2305 Springdale Nashville 37215 3/7 Minniear Ryan A Sabalo Dev LLC $3,500,000
319 Lynnwood Nashville 37205 1/3 Revocable Living Trust Agreement McDonald Alice C; McDonald Michael A; Pace Ward $3,466,750
4514 Harpeth Hills Nashville 37215 2/23 Hopke Renee; Hopke William J Chandelier Dev Inc $3,408,253
4012A Wallace Nashville 37215 1/14 Davies Melina Kevorkian Chestnut Infill Gp $3,408,022
1616 West End Nashville 37203 1/24 Madden Steven Holt 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $3,359,000
4112 Crestridge Nashville 37204 1/27 Ringer Bill D Trustee Church Stephen Trustee $3,350,000
4620 Benton Smith Nashville 37215 3/9 Young Charles W IV DSRM LLC $3,300,000
4101 Sneed Nashville 37215 3/9 Watnick Caroline Province Builders LLC $3,300,000
5610D Granny White Brentwood 37027 3/2 Rogers Carson Lawrence Jenkins Brandon $3,300,000
2005 Cromwell Nashville 37215 2/24 Chapman William T IV Trustee Calderon Rafael A $3,100,000
501 Westview Nashville 37205 2/8 Phillips Oliver C Fry Julian $3,100,000
2825 Sugar Tree Nashville 37215 3/11 White John Moyers Jr Vintage South LLC $3,100,000
919 Evans Nashville 37204 3/1 Tiompoletti Family Trust 8Gco Revocable Living Trust $3,100,000
4338 Chickering Nashville 37215 3/14 Moore Rusty Trustee Ottinger Talbott P Trustee $3,051,000
124 Brookfield Nashville 37205 1/5 Kim Matt Euiyun Denbo William $3,000,000
3821 West End Nashville 37205 2/1 McAlevey Lynne H Trustee Melkus Kenneth $3,000,000
2807 Hemingway Nashville 37215 3/11 Seay Christopher Koko Residential LLC $3,000,000
4401 Tyne Nashville 37215 2/15 Tsd Holdings LLC Turner Kelli $2,850,000
1901 Sweetbriar Nashville 37212 3/8 Calipari John Ke Holdings LLC $2,800,000
601 Madison Nashville 37208 2/23 Pelican Funds LLC Mainland Germantown LLC $2,791,000
207 3rd Nashville 37201 1/12 Jpw Residences LLC Estell Bobby $2,750,000
721 Lakeshore Old Hickory 37138 2/4 Lakeshore Pointe Realty LLC Apple Johnie M $2,725,000
3754 Central Hermitage 37076 3/8 V3 Central Pike GP Leeper Gary W $2,700,000
110 Lynnwood Nashville 37205 1/24 Jahangiri Ali Hensley Bert C $2,670,000
1404 South Nashville 37212 3/11 Carr John J Triggs John F $2,600,000
3925 Cross Creek Nashville 37215 2/28 Carleton Heather Anne; Carleton Jerry Francis Province Builders LLC $2,585,000
913 Lawrence Nashville 37204 2/15 Butcher Celia R; Butcher Jack Province Builders LLC $2,500,000
924 Marengo Nashville 37204 3/3 Boos Julie M Trustee Church Stephen Trustee $2,500,000
1136 Glenwood Nashville 37204 3/15 Glotzer Cary 752 Lynnwood LLC $2,500,000
2468 Abbott Martin Nashville 37215 3/14 Dastugue Michael P White John Moyers Jr $2,500,000
3605 Hampton Nashville 37215 3/23 Allen Madeleine Sloan Crawford Glover Lester B Jr $2,500,000
714 Starlit Nashville 37205 1/21 Waldrop Dixie D Volunteer State Dev LLC $2,400,000
5415 Stanford Nashville 37215 2/14 Hauff Jessica; Vidaureeta Rafael Butterworth Christopher; Hargett Charles $2,375,000
4437 Alcott Nashville 37215 3/15 Silver & Black Ent LLC Bluegrass Holdings LLC $2,350,000
7959 Poplar Creek Nashville 37221 3/24 Cannata Victor Michael Rebeiro Egbert $2,338,000
3029 Lakeshore Old Hickory 37138 1/21 Lunardi Jeanine L Trustee Ingram Brandon $2,320,000
1701 Cedar Nashville 37212 3/9 Lance Christopher Henderson Bruce Griffin $2,309,000
4425 Lealand Nashville 37204 1/13 Robinson Trevor A Province Builders LLC $2,300,000
1143 Glendale Nashville 37204 3/11 Cullen Thomas Diamantis Christopher $2,300,000
5453 Camelot Brentwood 37027 3/28 McDowell Heather Tucker Tanya D $2,275,000
1808 Sweetbriar Nashville 37212 2/18 Brian Duke Bevans Revocable Living Trust; Sheri L Bevans Revocable Living Trust Eftekhari Georgette; Eftekhari Shervin; Eftekhari-Asl Shervin $2,250,000
7 Wynstone Nashville 37215 2/15 Schmidt Jordan Talbott Mahsa; Talbott Masha $2,200,000
4040 Franklin Nashville 37204 1/11 Father Ryan High School Inc Carbine James R $2,184,000
17 Park Nashville 37215 1/28 Terchila Ellen S Wallace Teresa Lynn $2,175,000
5061 Hill Place Nashville 37205 3/30 Anderson Jennifer Jacoway Boyd G $2,150,000
2024 Kingsbury Nashville 37215 2/15 DP CA Residence Trust Baker Gary D; Baker Laura B $2,145,000
207 3rd Nashville 37201 3/22 Thomas Erin Joshua Ryan Keith Trust $2,125,000
130 Windsor Nashville 37205 2/17 Pritchett William Huber Todd C $2,040,000
933 Caldwell Nashville 37204 1/20 Filipski Russell Andrady Autumn $2,025,000
916 Acklen Nashville 37203 2/1 Nowinski Robert II Paragon Group LLC $2,000,000
3629 Woodmont Nashville 37215 3/9 Rzucidlo Gary Zager Lisa $2,000,000
6614 Ellwood Nashville 37205 3/11 Deruelle Dennis Stillwater Const And Dev LLC $1,999,999
955 Draughon Nashville 37204 2/9 Beegle Jessica Paige Build Nashville LLC $1,950,000
3616 Hoods Hill Nashville 37215 1/18 Harrell Edward Grant Patterson Thompson B Jr $1,937,500
3621 Woodmont Nashville 37215 3/4 Sharpton Suzanne R Gatto Laura A Trustee $1,925,000
6816 Fleetwood Nashville 37205 1/27 Tremblay Troy Td Ventures LLC $1,900,000
222 Brook Hollow Nashville 37205 3/1 Hobgood Austin C Cascioppo Stephen P $1,900,000
809 Lynnwood Nashville 37205 3/11 Miller Alastair C Allen Madeline Sloan Crawford $1,900,000
3533 Pin Hook Antioch 37013 3/30 Kipp Nashville Mayi Henry $1,900,000
4018B Lealand Nashville 37204 1/10 McSimov Shane Mason Derrick Trustee $1,850,000
1800 Beechwood Nashville 37212 3/8 Rohosy Anne Cahill Matthew J Trustee $1,850,000
848 Hillwood Nashville 37205 3/14 Tinker Jonathan Paul Td Ventures LLC $1,850,000
5358 Granny White Brentwood 37027 3/16 Coleman Brian Douglas Spyridon Christopher $1,840,000
4302 Glen Eden Nashville 37205 1/11 Griffin Michael R Trustee Hirt Andrew Louis $1,800,000
105 Page Nashville 37205 2/28 Lane Holding LLC Miller Alastair; Miller Lauren $1,800,000
805 AZURA LNDG Old Hickory 37138 1/4 David Daphne G; David Eric J Vallett Deborah G; Vallett Jeffrey William $1,799,000
1212 Laurel Nashville 37203 2/25 Mullens Mary Colleen Apperson Michael W $1,780,000
3503 Richards Nashville 37215 1/3 JB Partners Lorance Kevin A $1,775,000
4011 Nebraska Nashville 37209 3/30 Harber Nathan Skudder William B Trustee $1,775,000
601 Madison Nashville 37208 2/14 Owens Bradley Ryan Mainland Germantown LLC $1,756,500
6451 Worchester Nashville 37221 2/28 Ross Keri Ann Baycora Leyla $1,750,000
5200 Hickory Hollow Antioch 37013 2/10 Rowan Propco LLC 5200 Hickory Hollow Partners LLC $1,750,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 2/8 Hamby Chris; Hamby Sherri 1600 West End Ave Partners LLC $1,750,000
1108 Safety Harbor Old Hickory 37138 1/3 LDM Safety Harbor Holdings LLC Williamson Charles $1,730,000
4305B Utah Nashville 37209 3/21 King Richard Colin Richland Building Part LLC $1,725,000
5617 Ottershaw Brentwood 37027 3/18 Home Capital LLC Kim Sun Y $1,715,000
34 Park Nashville 37215 3/9 Mansfield Brett Barron 508 Investors LLC $1,715,000
1211 Paris Nashville 37212 3/23 Frank Larry Trustee Carney C Loy Trustee $1,700,000
4305A Utah Nashville 37209 2/17 Lothenbach Frank Jr Trustee Richland Building Partners LLC $1,680,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 2/17 Sub Innovations LLC 1600 West End Ave Partners LLC $1,668,000
1501 Villa Nashville 37212 3/18 SLE Tennessee Rentals LLC Flores Philip E $1,660,000
4712 Tanglewood Nashville 37216 2/17 Hackett Family Trust Mabee Janelle M; Mabee Steven R II $1,650,000
515 Church Nashville 37219 2/15 Mitchell Jan El Caballero Joaquin G Jr Trustee $1,650,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 2/17 Cargile Robert Matison III 1600 West End Ave Partners LLC $1,638,000
6021 Post Nashville 37205 1/24 Compton Charo Mae Mfi Nashville LLC $1,635,900
609 Ward Old Hickory 37138 1/26 Fry David Oneill Jessica L Trustee $1,635,000
4028 Aberdeen Nashville 37205 3/15 McWherter Mary Bess Pritchett William $1,633,000
3438 Stokesmont Nashville 37215 2/25 Blackwelder Mgmt Group LLC Harris Morgan $1,625,000
329 McKennell Nashville 37206 2/1 M Squared LLC Southern Exchange & Acquisition Inc Trustee $1,625,000
815 Halcyon Nashville 37204 3/1 Hahn Theodore Matthew; Wong Jenine Eulau Katelyn; Eulau Nicholas $1,620,000
707B Crescent Nashville 37205 2/18 Denker Henrik Bmb Properties $1,615,000
3621 Westbrook Nashville 37205 1/18 Malone Caroline Wells David $1,610,000
5129 Franklin Nashville 37220 1/10 Kain James F Jjlr Investments LLC $1,600,000
4112 Baldwin Arbor Nashville 37215 3/3 Hirt Andrew L Hirt Douglas $1,600,000
1022B 9th Nashville 37203 3/1 Calvert Harold M Neal James Trustee $1,600,000
1610B 6th Nashville 37208 2/2 Smith Ryan Donnell Bennu Business Holdings LLC $1,595,000
518 Wilson Nashville 37215 2/11 Geraci Living Trust Mulle Katie Stone $1,587,500
4807 Dakota Nashville 37209 2/17 Veenstra Zachary Build Nashville Db2 LLC $1,550,000
1812 Holly Nashville 37206 2/3 Hulse Ethan Apg Rentals LLC $1,550,000
2807 Vaulx Nashville 37204 3/22 Lawrence Mark Grant Ventures LLC $1,550,000
1704 Cedar Nashville 37212 3/4 Confluence Inv TN LLC Lockwood Eugenia Lee $1,545,000
4112 Media Nashville 37209 3/16 Barge William Stevens Svec Crystal $1,540,000
1212 Laurel Nashville 37203 3/1 Bonner Land & Cattle Co LLC Berenguer Thomas J $1,537,500
229 Cherokee Nashville 37205 3/28 Burns Russ Harris Rebecca Trustee $1,535,000
4164 Outer Nashville 37204 1/28 Spilkin Simon Giompoletti Jason B $1,525,000
4709 Nevada Nashville 37209 3/15 Smith Emily Kerianne Bradley Christine B $1,517,500
1808 Blair Nashville 37212 2/24 Evans Brent Joseph; Mueller Dorothee Alexandra Pilkington Richard $1,500,000
900 20th Nashville 37212 2/11 Fiala Bruce A; Fiala Katie Oconnell Webb Kalen P; Webb Michael R $1,500,000
127 Carnavon Nashville 37205 3/9 Berkeley James R Kirk Kathryn Joyce $1,500,000
6348 Bresslyn Nashville 37205 3/3 Higginbotham Henry Dulaney Michael William $1,500,000
1947B Kimbark Nashville 37215 3/29 450 East LLC Hulsey Mary Elizabeth $1,500,000
6001 Obrien Nashville 37209 3/9 Seaside Inv LLC Potter Brothers Const LLC $1,500,000
2012 Cedar Nashville 37212 3/3 Ostermeyer Michael J Jbw Part GP $1,500,000
112 The Commons Nashville 37215 3/9 Greenwood Robert L Smith Constance A $1,497,305
117 Ransom Nashville 37205 3/14 Simpson Arnold Glenn Albert Craig Trustee $1,495,000
25 Roehrig Old Hickory 37138 3/11 Trainor William Drees Premier Homes Inc $1,485,040
705 Darden Nashville 37205 2/18 Top of the Hill Enterprises LLC H Gail Gibson-Milliron Revocable Trust $1,475,000
116 47th Nashville 37209 3/18 Navin John J Richland Building Part LLC $1,473,245
5906 Hickory Valley Nashville 37205 3/2 Leeper Van William Guerrier Dev LLC $1,460,000
4201 Utah Nashville 37209 3/25 Scully Meredith Lawrence Darnell Joseph Ryan $1,456,299
114 37th Nashville 37209 1/11 Andrew E Kudera Revocable Trust 1999 Loftis Donald $1,450,000
904 Gale Nashville 37204 1/27 Maltese James P Nashville Const Co Inc $1,450,000
1909 Russell Nashville 37206 2/24 Goldman Gregg Davis Ryan P $1,450,000
904A Gale Nashville 37204 1/21 Norton Kevin Patrick Nashville Const Co Inc $1,449,000
3800 Tulane Nashville 37215 3/31 Black Bayou Properties LLC Roberts Joshua B $1,445,000
3518 Hopkins Nashville 37215 3/10 Nelson John Trustee Jackson Vergie M $1,425,000
920B2 Acklen Nashville 37203 1/14 Lindsley Megan Bockman Jason $1,411,606
4612 Skymont Nashville 37215 3/10 Aiken Walter R Mansfield Alissa $1,405,000
3426 Stokesmont Nashville 37215 1/5 Kunze Claiborne White Pines Building Group LLC $1,400,000
1727 Linden Nashville 37212 1/21 Cartwright Misty Lane Swann Robert Glen $1,400,000
4013 Colorado Nashville 37209 2/23 Dettwiller Ann Kathryn Baker Matthew G $1,400,000
6400 Harding Nashville 37205 2/18 Day Suzanne Bercut Trustee Bowler Gail H Trustee $1,400,000
6212 Hickory Valley Nashville 37205 2/3 Vintage South LLC Dashiff Michael D $1,400,000
5206 Wyoming Nashville 37209 3/14 Wautlet Ryan Anderson Jennifer $1,400,000
1519A Kirkwood Nashville 37212 3/28 Pressly Daniel Eric Build Nashville LLC $1,400,000
108 Fern Nashville 37207 3/25 Berg Micah Cain Trustee Bullard Gregory B $1,395,500
411 Prestwick Nashville 37205 2/7 Winsett Elizabeth Moats Shelley $1,389,595
700 Overton Nashville 37215 3/15 Edwards John Ginger Wood Holloway Revocable Living Trust $1,385,000
1949 Kimbark Nashville 37215 3/21 Investors Nation LLC Querbes Kathryn Obrien $1,375,000
1067 Lynnwood Nashville 37215 3/1 1067 Lynnwood Blvd Trust Arnett Darrell Gene; Arnett Debra Ann $1,370,000
1615 5th Nashville 37208 2/28 Newman Brian T Dabrowski Catherine R $1,367,000
2308 White Nashville 37204 2/1 Hall Brandon Koehler Snyder William Francis $1,365,000
6315 Valley Nashville 37205 3/3 Chesnut Infill GP Tatro Thomas E $1,362,000
2001 Kingsbury Nashville 37215 3/2 Equity Trust Co Custodian Robert Smiley & Nona Smiley Revocable Living Trust $1,360,000
520 Hobbs Creek Nashville 37215 1/11 Gehring Thomas G Trustee Haury & Smith Cont Inc $1,350,000
6040 Jocelyn Hollow Nashville 37205 1/5 Edwards William D Trustee White Donald Scott Trustee $1,350,000
921A Woodmont Nashville 37204 3/1 Thone Scott Alan C&J Builders LLC $1,350,000
4203 Utah Nashville 37209 3/21 Deane Tanya Darnell Joseph Ryan $1,350,000
1916 Castleman Nashville 37215 3/28 Gattu Jayaprakash Wayne Enterprises GP $1,350,000
1219 Villa Nashville 37212 3/2 Hagood Paul G Carr John J $1,350,000
3406 Trimble Nashville 37215 3/24 Edwards Paul F T Trustee Blue Sky Horizon GP $1,350,000
706 Cantrell Nashville 37215 2/1 Bartek Stephen III Davies Michael Bremner Trustee $1,340,000
4112 Idaho Nashville 37209 2/1 Murray Jessica L BRG LLC $1,325,500
4300 Lindawood Nashville 37215 1/3 Jb Partners Clanton Janet L Estate $1,325,000
59 Brookwood Nashville 37205 1/13 Yousem Jordan Benjamin Aspen Construction LLC $1,325,000
946B Glendale Nashville 37204 2/18 Rowley John Posnik Oksana $1,325,000
1714B Hillmont Nashville 37215 3/9 Benson Joshua Spilkin Simon $1,325,000
2416 Linden Nashville 37212 2/2 Efinger James K Hyde Const Group LLC $1,324,000
2126 Century Farms Antioch 37013 3/10 Bulls-Eye Century Farms LLC Century Farms LLC $1,322,286
4303 Lealand Nashville 37204 3/17 Rogers Edward Magargee Peter Trustee $1,315,000
111 Bellevue Nashville 37205 1/4 Stephanie L Mallen Management Trust Knutson Michelle; Knutson Sally $1,300,000
3813 Nevada Nashville 37209 1/13 Hamilton James Stuart Ls-Tg Home Fund LLC $1,300,000
1411 Old Hickory Brentwood 37027 2/1 Home Capital LLC Cary William James $1,300,000
1333 7th Nashville 37208 3/2 Bird Michael Jonesd Clayton H $1,300,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 3/8 Broadwest 1708 LLC Chargerco Properties II LLC $1,300,000
4314 Estes Nashville 37215 3/22 Equity Trust Co Hill John W Executor $1,300,000
920 Kirkwood Nashville 37204 3/25 Graves Frank Alexander Louise Anne $1,300,000
1705 Sweetbriar Nashville 37212 3/16 Coyle Hardie Family Found LLC Bonnyman Claudia C $1,300,000
59 Brookwood Nashville 37205 1/5 McCullough Kathalleyne Aspen Construction LLC $1,299,000
2006 Castleman Nashville 37215 3/4 Pundor Phillipia A Hubbard Michael Scott $1,283,750
1616 West End Nashville 37203 3/11 Goodman Mark 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $1,279,000
3709 Estes Nashville 37215 1/27 Simpson John Blair Marvin S Jr $1,275,000
6040 Hill Nashville 37209 1/12 Jones Wendy Stonehouse Const LLC $1,275,000
1408 Beddington Nashville 37215 3/15 Dale William Turner John M $1,275,000
3800 Nebraska Nashville 37209 2/23 Jackson Matthew Davidson Kathleen $1,270,000
840 Woodmont Nashville 37204 2/11 Havill Aaron Michael; Havill Courtney E Silvers Bernie; Silvers Jodie $1,265,000
827 Kirkwood Nashville 37204 3/3 Chesnut Infill GP Hall Lacarlos $1,265,000
2115 Fairfax Nashville 37212 1/11 2111 Fairfax Ave LLC Simpson John $1,255,000
1519B Kirkwood Nashville 37212 3/24 Reed Michael C Build Nashville LLC $1,253,400
2803 White Oak Nashville 37215 3/17 Ruth Tammy Shirley Willis Jessica $1,250,000
722 Georgetown Nashville 37205 3/11 Sontag Michael D Trustee Cooper Edgar B $1,250,000
4911 Nebraska Nashville 37209 3/9 Edwards Mark A Navin John J $1,250,000
6100 New York Nashville 37209 3/1 Carver Brooke Nicole Trustee 6100 New York LLC $1,248,000
1417 Eastland Nashville 37206 1/4 Anderson Jordan Campbell Matthew Dolan $1,244,000
3903 Nevada Nashville 37209 1/18 Fast Nathan Jean Lafitte Designs LLC $1,225,000
473 Huntington Ridge Nashville 37211 3/7 Ball Gina; Ball Gordon; Ravanelle Adam; Ravenelle Jessica Sferrella Sheila M; Wedel Cindy S $1,225,000
210 Kensington Nashville 37215 3/17 Dill John Elton McGriff Ruth C Trustee $1,225,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 3/28 Silva Anthony Jr Trustee 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $1,219,000
114 47th Nashville 37209 2/14 Jmb Holdings LLC Richland Building Partners LLC $1,208,325
1401 Kirkwood Nashville 37212 3/2 Harpur Benjamin Leskel Olesya A; Lopez Carlos Federico $1,205,000
519 Crieve Nashville 37220 1/12 Templeton Natasha B Champion John C $1,200,000
263 Fairway Nashville 37214 1/5 Ceule Denise Hollywood Karen $1,200,000
700 1st Nashville 37201 1/4 505 Eve Properties LLC Oii Property Lp $1,200,000
1904 Kimbark Nashville 37215 2/10 Hood Kristen Prince Brittany Walker $1,200,000
103 Pembroke Nashville 37205 2/17 Culp Lacey; Culp William B III Smith David H; Smith Gardner O $1,200,000
224 Heady Nashville 37205 2/17 224 Heady LLC Cavazos Gary D Estate $1,200,000
1212 Laurel Nashville 37203 2/22 Gray Jill E Obmascik; Gray Michael J Wohlers Chad $1,200,000
6201 Bresslyn Nashville 37205 2/2 Marengo St Inv LLC Top of the Hill Enterprises LLC $1,200,000
815 Forest Acres Nashville 37220 2/16 Moorad Jan Coleman Brian D $1,200,000
1900 Oakhill Nashville 37206 2/14 Amos Allison Earley; Amos Anthony Jason Paragon Group LLC $1,200,000
909 Gilmore Nashville 37204 2/16 Kelly Megan Douglas Slaughter Jeffrey Carl $1,200,000
2059 Timberwood Nashville 37215 2/8 Marcus Kent Trustee Sauder Donald R Trustee $1,200,000
921B Woodmont Nashville 37204 3/7 Stebelton Andrew D; Stebelton Melissa J C & J Builders LLC $1,200,000
3613 Rainbow Nashville 37204 3/24 Bergfeld Brian Philpot Ross E $1,200,000
124 Brighton Close Nashville 37205 3/16 Balk Pamela Fulton Sandra $1,200,000
1705 Green Hills Nashville 37215 3/25 Freed Judith Fisher McEachern William A $1,200,000
4802 Dakota Nashville 37209 3/2 Boyd Philip Michael Barry Matthew Louis $1,200,000
4108 Lone Oak Nashville 37215 3/16 Maddox Michael Kevin Tompkins Michael $1,200,000
3635 General Bate Nashville 37204 2/3 Phillips Bradley Shulman Adam Charles $1,199,900
1616 West End Nashville 37203 3/18 Mathias David 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $1,195,000
514 Hobbs Creek Nashville 37215 3/3 Waters Caroline C Haury & Smith Contractors Inc $1,190,000
4225 Central Hermitage 37076 3/3 Beazer Homes LLC Mhk Ventures LLC $1,188,000
1818B Shackleford Nashville 37215 3/8 Schultz Robert Deruelle Dennis $1,180,000
1208 Linden Nashville 37212 1/13 Kusserow Paul Trustee Bodytko Cassandra $1,175,000
515 Church Nashville 37219 2/1 Watson Kevin Hardie William Huger III Trustee $1,175,000
1485 Woodmont Nashville 37215 3/3 Mishra Ravi P Evans Alan Rashaan $1,175,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 2/22 Signature Six LLC 1600 West End Ave Partners LLC $1,164,000
3411 Richards Nashville 37215 3/4 Stephenson Home Co LLC Daugherty Andrew Tyler $1,164,000
135 50th Nashville 37209 3/3 Joyce Jesse Sherbakoff Melissa; Sherbakoff Thomas $1,160,000
612 Maplewood Nashville 37216 3/1 Merriman Mike Trustee Southard Emily Leonard $1,160,000
2223 10th Nashville 37204 3/29 Sanyal Upamanyu Watkins Gaelon $1,160,000
4483 Heath Nashville 37221 1/5 Gerald David Allison Revocable Trust Blackhawk Iii LLC $1,155,000
1019 Davidson Nashville 37206 1/12 Dottie Lee Properties LLC Metropolitan Const LLC $1,150,000
5336 Stanford Nashville 37215 1/11 Gray Harrison Smith Dorothy Boren Estate $1,150,000
914 Kirkwood Nashville 37204 1/12 Hoar Madeleine Rockwood Piper Mark $1,150,000
1110 Sigler Nashville 37203 2/17 2015 Lucas Family Trust Price Amber $1,150,000
3905 Valley Nashville 37205 3/2 Glover Lester B Rose Stephen Matthew $1,150,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 2/8 Haley Richard Wallace 1600 West End Ave Partners LLC $1,149,000
828A Argyle Nashville 37203 3/10 Burns Brian Whitcher Kurt L $1,143,275
1213B Sigler Nashville 37203 1/18 Mondello Timothy Prestige Pmc LLC $1,140,000
26 Washington Nashville 37205 2/10 Waltemath Gary Potter Thomas K $1,140,000
3127 Parthenon Nashville 37203 3/3 Boulden Timothy U Smith Hannah $1,140,000
8638 Poplar Creek Nashville 37221 1/11 Johnson Melissa Franklin Cartwright Jennifer M $1,139,000
3706 Granny White Nashville 37204 1/20 Kocher Ryan Pritchett-Pate Yvonne $1,135,000
5662 Cloverland Brentwood 37027 2/3 5662 Cloverland LLC Crabtree Diane Moseley $1,125,000
1102 Sigler Nashville 37203 1/24 Schaefer Lee Schaefer Patrick $1,120,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 2/9 Coury Robert S 1600 West End Ave Partners LLC $1,117,000
1414 Woodmont Nashville 37215 2/7 Hampton George Marfell Jason Thomas $1,101,000
2537 Park Green Old Hickory 37138 2/16 Grand Gors LLC Music City Classics Inc $1,100,000
2607 Whites Creek Nashville 37207 2/16 2607 Whites Creek Pike LLC 1 Public Homes LLC; Fedorovich Edward $1,100,000
1212 Laurel Nashville 37203 3/25 Walsh Katherine Bonner E Wayne $1,100,000
110 31st Nashville 37203 3/4 Weiss Bahr H Chen Liwei $1,100,000
1490 Woodmont Nashville 37215 3/16 Harris Luke Robert Daniels Jason L $1,100,000
1502 Shelby Nashville 37206 3/16 Showalter John S Estrada Lisa $1,100,000
115 Kenner Nashville 37205 3/29 Dotson Dunn Michael Ramsden Bruce H $1,100,000
221 54th Nashville 37209 3/30 Ostrowski Andrew Schaetz Barbara $1,085,400
5304 Brentview Hills Nashville 37220 2/9 Walne James A Paden Matthew Terry $1,076,000
915 Battlefield Nashville 37204 1/12 Adkins Amy Young Stallings Sarah C $1,075,000
1213 Taggartwood Brentwood 37027 3/2 Lodge Richard M Munro John Robert $1,075,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 3/15 Fusco Daniel 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $1,072,000
6711 Darden Nashville 37205 3/3 Michael Jordan Harwell Roxie M Trustee $1,070,000
5929 Pettus Antioch 37013 1/26 Muckala Raymond M Mann Joseph $1,055,000
2725 Westwood Nashville 37204 2/18 Loecher Brittany; Loecher Nikolas Westwood I LLC $1,055,000
129 Brighton Close Nashville 37205 3/16 Bahan Patrick B Marrow Lance M $1,055,000
146 Haverford Nashville 37205 1/18 Dacus Ryan J Mulloy Eugene G Jr $1,050,000
1243 Saxon Nashville 37215 1/3 Gertie Q LLC Saxon Drive LLC $1,050,000
504 Hamilton Nashville 37203 1/26 Ray Lindsay E Baxter Joshua $1,050,000
515 Church Nashville 37219 1/19 Bone Harold G Jr Kelley Ann Marie $1,050,000
732 Greeley Nashville 37205 2/3 Garwill LLC Belote Eloise G $1,050,000
253 33rd Nashville 37209 3/2 McCormick Kevin T Johnson Wesley $1,050,000
5514 Kelly Brentwood 37027 3/29 Henshaw Mary Laurel Wright John Dayton Jr $1,050,000
1232 2nd Nashville 37207 3/1 Overton Joseph Evins Snow Jeremy $1,050,000
2612 Westwood Nashville 37212 3/29 Garfi Ryan Daniel Harrell Gary R $1,050,000
2815 Kirkwood Nashville 37204 3/2 Epstein-Levi Sarah Woodruff Brett $1,050,000
222 Marcia Nashville 37209 3/28 Taylormade Contracting LLC Meridian Const Co LLC $1,050,000
3706 Princeton Nashville 37205 3/24 Carrington John Mitchell II Whitacre Jeffrey T $1,050,000
980 Youngs Nashville 37207 3/4 MacFarlane Matthew A Up Parthip GP $1,050,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 1/10 Siya Hospitality LLC 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $1,049,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 3/9 Green Rachel S Trustee 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $1,047,000
4421 Alcott Nashville 37215 1/4 Amden Jessica; Amden Jose Ragghianti Mary K $1,046,000
128 Abbottsford Nashville 37215 2/2 J&B Realty Holdings LLC Brent Michael D Executor $1,040,000
325 Chamberlin Nashville 37209 2/24 Beckner James Lancaster Jr Dwyer Steven $1,040,000
1308 Falkirk Nashville 37221 3/22 Dragnich Andrea Redding Smith Patricia H $1,040,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 3/18 Kelley Todd 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $1,037,000
901 Montrose Nashville 37204 3/23 Boatwright William R Bonadio Anthony M $1,035,000
6136 Chickering Nashville 37215 2/9 Chesnut Infill Gp Sandidge Kent IV $1,030,000
3000 Poston Nashville 37203 1/27 Stone Jonathan David Chapman Marshall $1,025,000
4413 Charleston Place Nashville 37215 2/10 Grice Charles A Whitefield Lowell C Trustee $1,025,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 3/14 Jong Ate Dirk De 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $1,022,000
2148 Timberwood Nashville 37215 1/12 Hatfield Retta Jane Hatfield Jeffrey S $1,010,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 3/1 Ransom Jonathan C Trustee 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $1,007,000
3707 Westbrook Nashville 37205 3/17 Williams Clayton Finkel Jonathan M $1,005,000
1829 Primrose Nashville 37212 1/11 Chen Dennis Cavarretta Samuel L $1,000,000
235 Foxboro Madison 37115 1/5 Anderson Paul J Jr Copeland Robert F Jr $1,000,000
1311 Tyne Nashville 37215 2/10 J L Holloway LLC Hatch Deborah Lunn $1,000,000
705 27th Nashville 37208 2/17 Burrell Sisters Mgmt LLC Thrive At City Heights LLC $1,000,000
2130 Buena Vista Nashville 37218 2/18 Fed Dev LLC Mayo Dianne S; Mayo Marable Lee Jr $1,000,000
707 27th Nashville 37208 2/8 Nash Keary Elizabeth Thrive at City Heights LLC $1,000,000
2315 Lloyd Nashville 37218 3/24 HBG Holdings LLC Forsythe Wallace T $1,000,000
3754 Central Pike Hermitage 37076 3/8 V3 Central Pike Guerrier Dev LLC $1,000,000
4617 Churchwood Nashville 37220 3/23 Concord Capital LLC Pearson Sam $1,000,000
111 13th Nashville 37206 3/25 Wilson Shawn Zunz Emmanuel $1,000,000

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74. Thinking small: Biden scrounges for ways to break through -

WASHINGTON (AP) — With his sweeping domestic agenda on hold and images of horror in Ukraine dominating headlines, President Joe Biden is scrounging for ways to demonstrate that he's still making progress for Americans at a time when many feel the country is heading in the wrong direction.

75. State: Residency law too late to remove Trump-backed hopeful -

NASHVILLE (AP) — A new rule imposing residency requirements on most U.S. House and Senate hopefuls won't achieve some Tennessee Republican lawmakers' goal of nudging at least one GOP candidate backed by President Donald Trump off the primary ballot, even as the governor allowed it to become law without signing it Wednesday.

76. Nashville to make Juneteenth a paid holiday -

NASHVILLE (AP) — Nashville Mayor John Cooper says he plans on signing an executive order to make Juneteenth, which celebrates the end of slavery in the U.S., an official paid holiday for city employees.

77. Lee: 11 troopers took state pitch to move to Tennessee -

NASHVILLE (AP) — Gov. Bill Lee says 11 new troopers from out of state have joined the Tennessee Highway Patrol after the state began offering incentives last fall to help boost staffing shortages.

In November, Lee sought to capitalize on rising law enforcement tensions with city leaders surrounding COVID-19 vaccine mandates by offering to help pay unvaccinated out-of-state officers to relocate and join the Tennessee Highway Patrol.

78. Tennessee Black-majority town takeover case before judge -

NASHVILLE (AP) — Tennessee's top leaders only began increasing scrutiny over a small town's finances after a predominantly Black administration took over key positions, a move that attorneys on Wednesday argued strays significantly from how the state has treated white-majority jurisdictions.

79. California corporate diversity law ruled unconstitutional -

LOS ANGELES (AP) — A Los Angeles judge ruled Friday that California's landmark law mandating that corporations diversify their boards with members from certain racial, ethnic or LGBT groups is unconstitutional.

80. Library study finds 'challenged' books soared in 2021 -

NEW YORK (AP) — Deborah Caldwell-Stone, director of the American Library Association's Office for Intellectual Freedom, has never been so busy.

"A year ago, we might have been receiving one, maybe two reports a day about a book being challenged at a library. And usually those calls would be for guidance on how to handle a challenge or for materials that support the value of the work being challenged," Caldwell-Stone told The Associated Press. "Now, we're getting three, four, five reports a day, many in need of support and some in need of a great deal of support."

81. House votes to decriminalize marijuana, but Senate fate dim -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Marijuana would be decriminalized at the federal level under legislation the House approved Friday as Democrats made the case for allowing states to set their own policies on pot.

82. Judge strikes down parts of Florida election law; cites race -

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — A federal judge struck down portions of a Florida election law passed last year, saying in a ruling Thursday that the Republican-led government was using subtle tactics to suppress Black voters.

83. Biden signs bill making lynching a federal hate crime -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Presidents typically say a few words before they turn legislation into law. But Joe Biden flipped the script Tuesday when it came time to put his signature on the Emmett Till Anti-Lynching Act.

84. Biden to sign bill making lynching a federal hate crime -

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden on Tuesday was signing a bill into law to make lynching a federal hate crime, more than 100 years after such legislation was first proposed.

The Emmett Till Anti-Lynching Act is named after the Black teenager whose killing in Mississippi in the summer of 1955 became a galvanizing moment in the civil rights era. His grieving mother insisted on an open casket to show everyone how her son had been brutalized.

85. Tennessee bill unraveling local say over pipelines advances -

NASHVILLE (AP) — The Tennessee Senate has passed a bill that would largely strip the ability of local governments to stop oil and gas pipelines and other fossil fuel infrastructure projects if they don't want them in their cities and counties.

86. Madeleine Albright, 1st female US secretary of state, dies -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Madeleine Albright, the first female U.S. secretary of state, has died of cancer, her family said Wednesday. She was 84.

President Bill Clinton chose Albright as America's top diplomat in 1996, and she served in that capacity for the last four years of the Clinton administration. She had previously been Clinton's ambassador to the United Nations.

87. Pandemic relief money spent on hotel, ballpark, ski slopes -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Thanks to a sudden $140 million cash infusion, officials in Broward County, Florida, recently broke ground on a high-end hotel that will have views of the Atlantic Ocean and an 11,000-square-foot spa.

88. House passes bill to prohibit discrimination based on hair -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Black people who wear hairstyles like Afros, cornrows or tightly coiled twists should not face bias in society, school and the workplace, the U.S. House said Friday in voting to make it explicit that such discrimination is a violation of federal civil rights law.

89. Biden signs budget bill with Ukraine aid but no virus cash -

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden on Tuesday signed a bill providing $13.6 billion in additional military and humanitarian aid to Ukraine as part of a $1.5 trillion government spending measure that omits COVID-19 aid the White House says is urgently needed.

90. United House OKs $13.6B for Ukraine in huge spending bill -

WASHINGTON (AP) — The House approved a massive spending bill Wednesday night that would rush $13.6 billion in U.S. aid to battered Ukraine and its European allies, after top Democrats were forced to abruptly drop their plan to include fresh funds to battle COVID-19.

91. Top law enforcement officials support Jackson for high court -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Dozens of the nation's top law enforcement officials have signed a letter released Monday urging the U.S. Senate to confirm Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court.

"As members of the law enforcement community, we write in recognition of Judge Jackson's strong, effective and long-standing role in criminal justice issues," wrote 63 officials from around the country.

92. Dolly Parton, James Patterson — in words and music -

LA VERGNE (AP) — Sometimes even Dolly Parton has a hard time keeping up with the legend of Dolly Parton.

"I often go into my museum in Dollywood, you know, because I'm in the mood to be there or we're in there doing something or putting something new in. And I look at all that stuff and think 'When, how did that happen?'" she says. "I shake my head when I see, like a documentary or something. I think how did I do all that, how did I get all that done?"

93. Republican 'unforced errors' threaten path to Senate control -

WASHINGTON (AP) — As the prospect of a red wave grows, a series of Republican missteps including recruiting stumbles, weak fundraising and intense infighting is threatening the GOP's path to the Senate majority.

94. Buttigieg curbs funds for widening roads, citing safety -

WASHINGTON (AP) — The federal government has a fresh warning to states seeking billions of dollars from President Joe Biden's infrastructure law to widen roads: Protect the safety of pedestrians and bicyclists or risk losing funds.

95. Activism grows nationwide in response to school book bans -

NEW YORK (AP) — Until a year ago, Stephana Ferrell's political activism was limited to the occasional letter to elected officials.

Then came her local school board meeting in Orange County, Florida and an objection raised to Maia Kobabe's graphic novel "Gender Queer: A Memoir." And the county's decision last fall to remove it from high school shelves.

96. State of the Union comes amid war abroad, discord in US -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Facing disquiet at home and danger abroad, President Joe Biden will deliver his first State of the Union address at a steeply challenging moment for the nation, aiming to navigate out of the  pandemic, reboot his stalled domestic agenda and confront Russian aggression.

97. Study: Child poverty rising after tax credit expires -

WASHINGTON (AP) — The number of children in America living in poverty jumped dramatically after just one month without the expanded child tax credit payments, according to a new study. Advocates fear the lapse in payments could unravel what they say were landmark achievements in poverty reduction.

98. Whisper campaigns grow as Biden nears choice for high court -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Too progressive. Too moderate. Bad for workers.

The whispers and background chatter about top contenders for the Supreme Court are growing as President Biden zeroes in on a nominee to replace retiring Justice Stephen Breyer. And while the president is eager for input, the White House insists he's not going to be swayed by any sniping.

99. For high court nominees 'When's your birthday?' matters -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Help wanted: Well-respected liberal jurist. Black. Female. Seniors need not apply.

President Joe Biden's search for a nominee to the Supreme Court isn't just limited by credentials, race and gender. The reality for the nation's oldest president — and for any president — is that for a lifetime appointment on the nation's highest court, youth is particularly prized.

100. Tennessee lawmakers pass ban on instant runoff voting -

NASHVILLE (AP) — Tennessee lawmakers passed a ban Monday against instant runoff voting in elections, a move that seeks to end a long-running legal dispute between state election officials and the city of Memphis.