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1. Twende accelerator opens ’23 applications -

The Nashville Entrepreneur Center announced that Twende, its nine-month statewide accelerator program with world-class B2B curriculum, coaching, community and supplier diversity connections launched by the EC specifically for entrepreneurs that identify as Black and Latine, has officially opened its 2023 cohort for applications.

2. What might have been -

Hendon Hooker climbed the ladder in the southeast corner of Neyland Stadium and began directing the Pride of the Southland Band after leading the Vols to another dominating win in the final home game of his Tennessee career.

3. Election takeaways: No sweep for the Republicans after all -

WASHINGTON (AP) — For weeks, Republicans predicted a "red wave" would carry them to power in Congress, as voters repudiated majority Democrats for failing to tame skyrocketing inflation and address worries about rising crime.

4. Misinformation and the midterm elections: What to expect -

Conspiracy theories about mail ballots. Anonymous text messages warning voters to stay home. Fringe social media platforms where election misinformation spreads with impunity.

Misinformation about the upcoming midterm elections has been building for months, challenging election officials and tech companies while offering another reminder of how conspiracy theories and distrust are shaping America's politics.

5. Georgia and Tennessee gear up for No. 1 vs. No. 2 matchup -

Tennessee's rise this season has set the table for one of the best treats in college football: No. 1 vs. 2.

By climbing into a tie with Ohio State, the Volunteers will play No. 1 Georgia on Saturday in just the 25th regular-season meeting between the top two teams in the AP Top 25. It will be the first 1-vs.-2 matchup since LSU beat Alabama in 2019 on the way to the national championship.

6. Nashville makes list of hot CRE markets -

The Nashville market ranks high among destinations for commercial real estate investment, says a new study by CRE investment management firm Cadre.

Cadre’s lists of Most Valuable Places to Invest identifies high-growth markets across specific asset classes – multifamily, office and industrial – based on the firm’s high-tech/high-touch approach that pairs advanced data forecasts with experienced industry insight. Cadre’s nuanced market identification is another way the firm is advancing innovation in CRE.

7. Rare ranked showdown for No. 3 Tennessee, No. 19 Kentucky -

KNOXVILLE (AP) — More than just bragging rights will be on the line Saturday night between Tennessee and Kentucky.

It will simply be the biggest game between these border rivals in 71 years.

Neither Tennessee nor Kentucky have been ranked at the same time for this game since 1951, and Saturday night will be only the third time overall. The Volunteers beat Kentucky in both 1950 and 1951, with both ranked, and Tennessee won a national championship each of those seasons.

8. Online school put US kids behind. Some adults have regrets. -

BOSTON (AP) — Vivian Kargbo thought her daughter's Boston school district was doing the right thing when officials kept classrooms closed for most students for more than a year.

Kargbo, a caregiver for hospice patients, didn't want to risk them getting COVID-19. And extending pandemic school closures through the spring of 2021 is what many in her community said was best to keep kids and adults safe.

9. Tennessee QB Hooker leads AP midseason All-America team -

Tennessee quarterback Hendon Hooker, two Big Ten running backs and Alabama pass-rusher Will Anderson Jr. highlight The Associated Press midseason All-America team presented by Regions Bank, selected by AP Top 25 voters and released Tuesday.

10. Vols up against four-game stretch of Top 25 opponents -

Just how high is the ceiling for Tennessee football this season? The answer should come in the next few weeks as the Vols hit the heart of their SEC schedule.

After ending a lengthy losing streak to Florida last month, Tennessee had a week off to rest and recover before tackling some bigger challenges to come.

11. No. 8 Tennessee, No. 25 LSU geared up for Death Valley clash -

BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — First-year LSU coach Brian Kelly isn't about to celebrate the Tigers' return this week to the national rankings for the first time in more than a year.

No. 25 LSU is riding a four-game winning streak, but is slated to play three current top-10 teams in the next five weekends, starting with a visit Saturday by No. 8 Tennessee (4-0, 1-0 SEC).

12. Rested Vols now face true test in Heupel's 2nd season -

Neyland Stadium is selling out again and fans already are trying to plan how to paint a visiting stadium orange and white to cap Tennessee's regular season.

That's how good things are going for eighth-ranked Tennessee in coach Josh Heupel's second season.

13. AP Top 25: Vols, Wolfpack join top 10; Florida State returns -

Tennessee and North Carolina State broke into the top 10 of The Associated Press college football poll Sunday, and Florida State is back in the rankings for the first time in four years.

Georgia remained No. 1 and received 55 of 63 first-place votes in the Top 25, presented by Regions Bank. No. 2 Alabama (four first-place votes), No. 3 Ohio State (four first-place votes), No. 4 Michigan and No. 5 Clemson all held their places.

14. No. 11 Vols can start ending No. 20 Gators' hold on rivalry -

KNOXVILLE (AP) — Coach Josh Heupel learned quickly just what playing Florida really means to Tennessee.

"Probably 30 seconds after I arrived on campus," the second-year Tennessee coach said. "This is one of the ballgames that this fan base and our players point to."

15. Harris, Katz join Bradley as partners -

Nathan S. Harris and Benjamin Katz have joined Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP as partners in the Nashville office.

Harris is a member of Bradley’s Corporate & Securities Practice Group and works with clients throughout the entire business lifecycle. He assists with entity formation, provides guidance on commercial transactions and fundraising and advises buyers and sellers in connection with complex M&A transactions.

16. $1 billion in federal economic grants headed coast to coast -

WASHINGTON (AP) — The government will send $1 billion worth of federal grants for manufacturing, clean energy, farming, biotech and more to 21 regional partnerships across the nation, President Joe Biden and Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo announced Friday.

17. Hooker leads Tennessee over Ball State, 59-10 -

KNOXVILLE (AP) — Hendon Hooker threw for 222 yards and two touchdowns and ran for two more scores to lead Tennessee to a 59-10 season-opening victory over Ball State Thursday night.

Hooker, in his second year as the Volunteers' starter after transferring from Virginia Tech, had 211 yards passing by halftime along with a 38-0 lead. Eight different receiver caught passes in the first 30 minutes. He was replaced by Joe Milton midway through the third quarter.

18. Bradley adds Sveadas to health care team -

Heather H. Sveadas has joined Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP as counsel in the health care practice group.

Sveadas has extensive experience advising health care providers, including hospitals, home health providers, federally qualified health centers, rural health clinics and physicians in regulatory matters and in litigation.

19. UT’s Hooker ready for football after busy offseason -

Hendon Hooker knows sleep is a valued commodity for an athlete in terms of performance recovery. But Hooker has so much he’s excited about each day that it’s hard for him to stay still.

20. ACC, SEC reap benefits from transfers moving between leagues -

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — The plan wasn't for Georgia Tech to lose top running back Jahmyr Gibbs as a transfer to Alabama in the Southeastern Conference. Yet the Atlantic Coast Conference school has found its share of help from the SEC, too, in the form of seven transfers.

21. VU Children’s Hospital No. 1 in state, Southeast -

Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt has once again been named the No. 1 children’s hospital in Tennessee and continues to be recognized among the top pediatric hospitals in the nation, the latest U.S. News & World Report’s Best Children’s Hospital rankings finds.

22. Irish oust Vols, join Ole Miss, OU, Hogs, Longhorns in CWS -

No. 1 national seed Tennessee got knocked out of the NCAA baseball tournament on the same day Mississippi, the last team selected, punched its ticket to the College World Series.

Sunday produced the biggest surprises of a tournament that went mostly according to form in the regional round. Super regionals have made up for that lack of drama.

23. Focus flips to Super Regional with hot Vols hosting Irish -

Controversy, comebacks, middle fingers and a lot of runs. Tennessee baseball’s opening weekend of the NCAA tournament featured a little bit of everything.

The top-seeded Vols went 3-0 to win their regional at Lindsey Nelson Stadium, staging comebacks and getting strong relief pitching in their final two games to advance to the Super Regional for the second straight season.

24. No. 1 Tennessee, 4 other teams lock up NCAA regional titles -

Tennessee was right where it was expected to be Sunday night, celebrating an NCAA regional title on its home field and eager to continue one of the most dominant runs in college baseball history.

The No. 1 national seed Volunteers, No. 4 Virginia Tech, No. 5 Texas A&M, Texas and Notre Dame closed out their regionals and advanced to super regionals beginning Friday.

25. 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.

26. 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.

27. Vols carry ‘swagger’ of No. 1 seed into NCAA Tournament -

Given his status as a former All-American at Tennessee, Chris Burke expects to be asked questions about the Vols baseball team. But the level of interest this season has gone to another level.

In airports, at stadiums, in restaurants. Fans, coaches, players. Nearly everyone almost everywhere wants to talk about the Vols.

28. Volunteers' dominance earns them No. 1 seed in NCAA baseball -

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — After finishing one of the most dominant runs in Southeastern Conference history, Tennessee was selected the No. 1 overall seed in the NCAA baseball tournament Monday.

The Volunteers (53-7) won 31 of their first 32 games, swept the SEC regular-season and tournament titles and have the best pitching and batting statistics in the nation.

29. SEC, ACC each land 4 regionals for NCAA baseball tournament -

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — The Southeastern Conference and Atlantic Coast Conference each had four teams selected as regional sites Sunday for the NCAA baseball tournament.

The hosts have locked up spots in the national tournament, and the rest of the 64-team field will be unveiled Monday.

30. US safety, savings rules set stage for baby formula shortage -

WASHINGTON (AP) — A massive recall is getting most of the blame for the U.S. baby formula shortage, but experts say the products have long been vulnerable to this type of crisis due to decades-old policies that have allowed a handful of companies to corner the market.

31. Top Davidson County residential sales for April 2022 -

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

AddressCityZipFiling DateBuyersSellersSale Price
120 Meadowwood Nashville 37205 4/5 Hofman Mara Trustee Moses John T Trustee $18,000,000
1220 Chickering Nashville 37215 4/29 Bellwether Trust Residential Tech LLC $8,600,000
422 38th Nashville 37209 4/8 Upward America Southeast Property Owner LP 422 38Th LLC $5,130,000
1907 Convent Nashville 37212 4/21 Wind River Tennessee LLC Champion Hillsboro LLC $4,750,000
1220 7th Nashville 37208 4/20 Morning Glory Trust Locke Colleen B; Locke Kevin D $4,200,000
4421 Forsythe Nashville 37205 4/18 Scowden Family Trust Aiken Jennifer Lynne Randolph $4,200,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 4/22 Top West LLC 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $4,050,000
4001 Copeland Nashville 37215 4/1 Moore R L Trustee Dawson Shannon Trustee $4,000,000
315 Walnut Nashville 37205 4/26 Schickling Whitney Hart; Schickling Christopher Brian Rupert Kathryn Kissel; Rupert Timothy John $3,800,000
758 Meade Nashville 37205 4/19 Fry Christine; Fry Julian Nashville Const Co Inc $3,718,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 4/22 Top West LLC 1600 West End Partners LLC $3,709,000
1709 Primrose Nashville 37212 4/29 AJS + GKS Real Estate Trust Domestic Builders LLC $3,600,000
1603 Windy Ridge Brentwood 37027 4/12 Mondschein Leonard E; Mondschein Mavis R Castle Contractors LLC $3,500,000
206 Lynnwood Nashville 37205 4/25 Whitehair Ashley; Whitehair Jimmy Barnes Revocable Living Trust $3,300,000
101 Bancroft Nashville 37215 4/29 Tannehill Jean S; Tannehill Rocky D Slim Dunkin Trust $3,100,000
6705 Greeley Nashville 37205 4/13 Caroline Kaufman Living Trust Build Nashville Db2 LLC $2,823,925
1616 West End Nashville 37203 4/21 Top West LLC 1600 West End Partners LLC $2,728,000
6449 Fleetwood Nashville 37209 4/22 Denton Kevin K Knock Out Properties LLC $2,701,450
1616 West End Nashville 37203 4/21 Top West LLC 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $2,633,000
134 Heady Nashville 37205 4/25 134 Heady Drive Trust 134 Heady LLC $2,620,678
19 Inveraray Nashville 37215 4/6 Hammond & Brandt Builders LLC Anchored Capital LLC $2,600,000
115 Cheekwood Nashville 37205 4/11 Hart Stephanie Anne; Matthews David Baxter Ferdowsi Reja $2,600,000
721 Newberry Nashville 37205 4/1 Fleischer Rachel Harris Properties LLC $2,600,000
1514 Tyne Nashville 37215 4/13 Fry Coleen Denise; Fry Daniel Lee Gonzalez Steven P; Nelson Dina T $2,575,000
4100 Copeland Nashville 37215 4/20 Iwanicki Patrick; Kamins Heather McDaniel Christopher; McDaniel Kelly $2,550,000
1423 Stratton Nashville 37206 4/20 Wardlaw Louise Tryphena Trustee Wilson Kortney M $2,520,000
3918A Caylor Nashville 37215 4/13 Mason Derrick V Square Nashville LLC $2,504,161
6513 Radcliff Nashville 37221 4/14 Werth Douglas W; Werth Sara C Radcliff Drive Nominee Trust Agreement $2,500,000
405 Brook Hollow Nashville 37205 4/4 Villalobos Laila 405 Brook Hollow Road LLC $2,404,351
423 Bonnawood Hermitage 37076 4/29 Evans Grace Beer; Evans Tyler Matthew Walor Sarah Helen; Williams Robert Tyler $2,400,000
913 Dorset Brentwood 37027 4/1 Brown Michael W Nelson John Trustee $2,400,000
4425 Sheppard Nashville 37205 4/8 Jacobs Jennifer Beth; Legg Tolbert Wolcott Peters Ann M; Peters Karl E $2,365,000
2013B Galbraith Nashville 37215 4/13 A&M Properties LLC Yeatman Jonathon; Yeatman Shannon $2,325,000
4628 Shys Hill Nashville 37215 4/12 Sweetman Barn Dark Barry $2,300,000
211B Page Nashville 37205 4/27 Hartley Bryan; Hartley Stephanie Kirkwood Kent A; Kirkwood Katherine D $2,300,000
433 Lynnwood Nashville 37205 4/29 Ragan Family Trust Dieck Ryan; Schickling Christopher B; Schickling Whitney $2,250,000
1522 Ferguson Nashville 37212 4/29 Brandes Johann C; Brandes Mina Sasser Kathryn Hays $2,230,000
3714 West End Nashville 37205 4/22 McKennon John Patrick Shuler Robert G; Miller J Brandon $2,200,000
101 Brook Hollow Nashville 37205 4/20 Richards Robert Perry Betty H; Perry Ronald E $2,200,000
1111 Batey Nashville 37204 4/7 William B Skudder Revocable Living Trust Range Const LLC $2,150,000
1004 Greenwich Nashville 37215 4/26 Greenwich Park LLC King Carol A $2,070,000
4308 Beekman Nashville 37215 4/29 Stone Oak Builders LLC Hart Christopher F; Hart Eileen C $2,001,000
1003 Gilmore Nashville 37204 4/7 Larry Frank And Marla Meyer Frank Living Trust 11:11 Trust $2,000,000
1917 Overhill Nashville 37215 4/29 Thomas Elizabeth M; Thomas Gordon B Jr Trujillo Jessalyn Joyce; Trujillo Mario Andres $2,000,000
1017 Halcyon Nashville 37204 4/7 Morgan A Harris Living Trust Hulsey Mary Elizabeth $1,975,000
2811 Tyne Nashville 37215 4/4 Larimore Mark A Palmer John G Jr $1,900,000
1506 55th Nashville 37209 4/29 Schneider Joint Revocable Trust Ligon Patricia $1,900,000
3123 Parthenon Nashville 37203 4/20 Garmendia Craig Alexander; Gonzalez Robert III King Neil B $1,845,000
2376 Fairchild Nolensville 37135 4/6 Purity LLC Bonds Charles Clifton III; Tilley Melissa Bonds $1,823,600
921 Bradford Nashville 37204 4/6 Broderick Michael; Commandatore Dana Harris Dennis V; Harris Joy H $1,800,000
522 Paragon Mills Nashville 37211 4/4 Paragon Mills LLC Samir Investments $1,800,000
6411 Lansing Nashville 37209 4/14 Fishburn Eric Conn; Lugo Marlen Clifford Jared Tucker; Clifford Melody $1,780,000
29 Roehrig Old Hickory 37138 4/1 McCarver Jerry S Drees Premier Homes Inc $1,737,255
4117 Lone Oak Nashville 37215 4/19 Potter Halie; Potter John M 4117 Lone Oak Rd Partners LLC $1,735,500
4117 Lone Oak Nashville 37215 4/13 Sodhi 4117 Lone Oak Rd Partners LLC $1,735,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 4/13 Dean & Cheryl Rieger Living Trust 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $1,708,000
4009B Woodmont Nashville 37205 4/14 Bode Timothy D Patsiokas Dari A $1,700,000
3916 Caylor Nashville 37215 4/21 Bagwell Chris; Brown Mark T Diehl Patricia Ann; Pangle Mary Ann; Pangle Mary Ann T $1,700,000
92 Victoria Nashville 37205 4/22 Marten Esteban Presser Crystal Ming Lee; Presser Naftali $1,700,000
832 Clayton Nashville 37204 4/6 Schlichter Christopher; Wu Jie Ying Fitzgerald Brent M; Osborn Stephen $1,657,000
1199 Otter Creek Nashville 37220 4/4 Manning Maegan Francy David Andrew $1,650,000
436 Lynnwood Nashville 37205 4/8 Wiedman Christopher Blake Collins Benjamin L; Collins Stephanie $1,650,000
2036 Castleman Dr Nashville 37215 4/25 Lowenstern Mariano Eduardo; Lowenstern Angela Marie Morrison Ian; Morrison Vivianne E $1,620,000
943 Caldwell Nashville 37204 4/5 Imsai LLC Bars Hooper Holdings LLC $1,600,000
3424 Stokesmont Nashville 37215 4/4 Parkinson Houston White Pines Building Group LLC $1,600,000
3600 Colewood Nashville 37215 4/7 Reed Amani L; Reed Julie Wright Nutter William J $1,590,000
2816 Blair Nashville 37212 4/29 Lanning Jonathan Adam Bengson Darrell K; Bengson Linda K $1,570,000
5605 Ottershaw Brentwood 37027 4/12 Manzanares Amy J Moody Donald R $1,565,000
198 Kenner Nashville 37205 4/20 Jaunich Kyle Telford; Jaunich 2012 Irrevocable Grandchildrens Trust MacDonald Meg $1,550,000
5101A Idaho Nashville 37209 4/25 Goings Dolly Creekmore; Goings Hubert Wesley III Belville Aaron; Belville Jessica $1,500,000
3701 Woodmont Nashville 37215 4/7 McCarter Kathryn L Taylor Allison Jutras; Taylor David $1,500,000
1904 Cromwell Nashville 37215 4/14 Yetton Nathan J Painter Ashley; Painter Jason $1,500,000
1601 Observatory Nashville 37215 4/29 Green Hills Investors Lipscomb University $1,500,000
263 Vaughns Gap Nashville 37205 4/13 Rrt Living Trust Feldman Richard W Md $1,500,000
515 Church Nashville 37219 4/14 Hawk Todd S; Hawk Tracy L Knorr Angel; Knorr Daniel J $1,495,000
407 Greenway Nashville 37205 4/12 Mudumbi Sandhya; Yarlagadda Vidhush Eljack Custom Homes LLC $1,480,000
1202 Parkview Nashville 37204 4/19 Dapoz Lauren N; Dapoz Stephen T Caplin Drew M; Caplin Britni H $1,475,000
4000 Harding Nashville 37215 4/12 Ke Holdings LLC Palubicki Margaret Lane Johnson $1,460,000
109 Chatsworth Nashville 37215 4/27 Theoharis Jaclyn Katerina; Trahanas John Mantzouranis Isaacs Kathryn B; Isaacs Scott E $1,455,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 4/26 Howell Jordan Chanandler Bong Trust $1,450,000
104 Kennett Old Hickory 37138 4/14 Cottle Gina R; Webster John A III Heritage Group Properties $1,445,000
800 Foster Nashville 37215 4/19 Fox Ashlee F Halter Cecilia A; Halter Michael; Overton Carolyn A $1,425,000
204 Kensington Nashville 37215 4/14 Leach Nancy Richards Denise; Richards Jerre $1,402,950
117 32nd Nashville 37212 4/28 Clark Philip M Corriveau Christopher M; Oftadeh Mohammad T $1,400,000
800 Cerrito Old Hickory 37138 4/21 Luciano Rachel; Zahm Matthew David Davis Renee; King Gary $1,400,000
6201 Robin Hill Nashville 37205 4/18 Tennessee2 GP Foote Lisa Bass $1,400,000
117 32nd Nashville 37212 4/19 Temple David; Temple Sabrina Corriveau Christopher M; Oftadeh Mohammad T $1,400,000
2001 Kingsbury Nashville 37215 4/4 Volpar Inc Equity Trust Co $1,400,000
1504 4th Nashville 37210 4/18 MTP Baker Wilma Shelton; Shelton Albert Harrison $1,400,000
1902 Kimbark Nashville 37215 4/27 Blandin Adam J; Granger Kristen L Fabbri Daniel; Watnick Caroline $1,400,000
6620 Brookmont Nashville 37205 4/4 Albert Andrew Jones James Jr $1,392,900
123 39th Nashville 37209 4/29 Cameron Beth; Cameron Jared Mikicki Barbara; Mikicki Miroslaw $1,390,000
1849 Laurel Ridge Nashville 37215 4/12 Werther John Robert Cook Shannon Knght Suc Trustee $1,380,100
1914 Castleman Nashville 37215 4/21 Wilson Kevin J; Wilson Tracy L Wayne Enterprises GP $1,375,000
1815 Sevier Nashville 37206 4/12 Taneja Randip Lux Ryan; MacMillan Cameron M; MacMillan Carly M $1,375,000
922 Bowring Nashville 37215 4/13 Blackburn Anne Ierardi; Blackburn Brent Daniel Bale Family Trust; Patricia Bale Revocable Trust $1,355,000
4020 Skyline Nashville 37215 4/8 Vintage South LLC Cubillo Caroline Hart; Jimenez Ronald Jesus Cubillo $1,350,000
1312 Otter Creek Nashville 37215 4/22 Dyar Robert H Jr; Kreysa Kaela Brooks Michael A $1,350,000
1912 Warfield Nashville 37215 4/1 Kanal Maneesh Fleischer Matthew $1,330,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 4/5 Will Adam G 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $1,329,000
300 54th Nashville 37209 4/7 Buyer Accepted LLC Baker Janice Ashley; Pave Jeffrey William $1,310,000
3803 Park Nashville 37209 4/4 Brown Samuel Colton Brg LLC $1,309,999
3801 Park Nashville 37209 4/12 Skelton Melanie; Skelton Taylor Brg LLC $1,308,000
3600 Pilcher Nashville 37209 4/8 Conrad Frederick Larue III; Spore Caroline Dare Phillips James David; Phillips Julie Review $1,300,000
4236 Jamesborough Nashville 37215 4/27 Fedell Caroline; Fedell Russell A Blackburn Annie Ierardi; Blackburn Brent Daniel $1,300,000
1493 Clairmont Nashville 37215 4/12 Bowers Richard H Clark Elissa T Suc Trustee $1,300,000
515 Church Nashville 37219 4/18 Donald G Barder Jr Revocable Trust Fulling Mill Nashville Trust $1,300,000
6320 Torrington Nashville 37205 4/11 Harris Jordan; Wieck Hayden Rutledge Tammi; Rutledge Ted Lane $1,300,000
600 12th Nashville 37203 4/27 Friedman Donald A Oothout Kevin B $1,300,000
4225 Central Hermitage 37076 4/29 Beazer Homes LLC Mhk Ventures LLC $1,287,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 4/29 Epstein Megan; Epstein Stephen 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $1,284,000
1208 Sigler Nashville 37203 4/13 Knox Jeanette E; Knox Walter E Jr Calipari Erin; Siciliano Cody $1,270,000
943 Caldwell Nashville 37204 4/5 Bars Hooper Holdings LLC Phillips Charles L $1,260,000
1927 Kimbark Nashville 37215 4/7 Johnson Nancy B; Johnson William Harry Novick Daniel M; Novick Inna $1,255,100
4224 Granny White Nashville 37204 4/12 Riverwood LLC Davis Deborah Frances Deckner; Deckner Leah Frances Herrman; Rothschild Jeffrey Jackel $1,250,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 4/6 Howell Scott Alan 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $1,250,000
5911 Post Nashville 37205 4/22 Bohart Hayley Kirk; Hodgkins Harrison Kokka; Hodgkins John Scott Chatfield Hanna G; Chatfield Robert F $1,250,000
1212 Laurel Nashville 37203 4/7 Kohl John T Stewart Emily $1,250,000
5846 Merrimac Nashville 37215 4/1 Chilson Casey M Wardlaw Charles Cunningham Trustee $1,225,000
407 Scott Nashville 37206 4/12 Shvartsman Mark Benjamin Still Russell B Jr; West Jenny $1,225,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 4/22 Joyce Aaron Joseph; Joyce Mary Katherine 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $1,224,000
2309 Hobbs Nashville 37215 4/28 Bagwell Const Co; Brown Mark Brackin Susan Diane B; Brinton David Lawrence; Trusty Janet Frances B $1,207,000
2855 Wellesley Nashville 37215 4/5 Hodges Elizabeth Simpson Lauren Sanders $1,205,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 4/21 Shepard Bradley; Shepard Kimberly 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $1,202,000
115 Tyne Nashville 37205 4/25 Thallemer Leslie; Thallemer Mike Sloan Elizabeth Nelson; Sloan John Elliott III $1,201,010
1213 Shelby Nashville 37206 4/1 Dabir Cameron Sweeney Ann Boley $1,200,000
416 Rosebank Nashville 37206 4/18 Calvert Clark; Sansone Jennifer Achiever Dev LLC $1,200,000
2805B Meadow Rose Nashville 37206 4/25 Stone Kimberly; Wieland Adrian New Day Homes LLC $1,200,000
1503 Electric Nashville 37206 4/19 Cohen Easter Kelly A $1,200,000
555 Church Nashville 37219 4/7 Janko Abigail M Trustee Burkett Thomas R $1,200,000
1624 Gartland Nashville 37206 4/14 Oblock Maggie; Oblock Robert Bridges James Lee; Bridges Revocable Living Trust $1,200,000
2200 18th Nashville 37212 4/19 Thornton Eric; Wohlers Chad Proffitt Billy; Proffitt Todd $1,200,000
806 13th Nashville 37203 4/19 Sorin Elaine C; Sorin Brian D Dyer Randall F $1,199,000
7715 Sawyer Brown Nashville 37221 4/18 Coles Barry Wray; Coles Maribeth Poma David A; Poma Janice L $1,175,000
900 20th Nashville 37212 4/28 Ferguson Charles W Jones Laurie E; Jones Sydney L Jr $1,175,000
929 Douglas Nashville 37204 4/7 H5 Nashville LLC Stephen G Tomaso & Moira G Tomaso TN Comm Prop Trust $1,155,016
600 12th Nashville 37203 4/1 Bishop James Bradford 600 12Th Ave S 1515 LLC $1,150,000
416B Rosebank Nashville 37206 4/6 Fox Ashley; Gayne Katelynn Achiever Dev LLC $1,150,000
160 Charleston Nashville 37205 4/13 Britt Amy Marie; Thompson Robert Clayton Vance Edward H; Vance Gayle D $1,150,000
2805A Meadow Rose Nashville 37206 4/25 Fusari Nicola New Day Homes LLC $1,150,000
3210 Long Nashville 37203 4/25 Fuxa Andrew; Fuxa Heather Marie Green Zach Tayyaba Atiya; Zach Thomas Scott $1,135,000
515 Church Nashville 37219 4/7 Villella Investments LLC Hill Christopher Brown $1,135,000
1418 Gartland Nashville 37206 4/27 Wilbanks Gracyn Garrett; Wilbanks James Leon III Wilson Peter Cyrus; Wilson Melani Welker $1,105,000
415 Church Nashville 37219 4/25 McGam LLC Leeming Thomas; Leeming Diane $1,100,000
4102 Granny White Nashville 37204 4/22 Leon Jorge Lipscomb University $1,100,000
706 16th Nashville 37206 4/12 Danakian Lusine Hanai Ramin; Hanai Yaghoob $1,099,000
1212 Ordway Nashville 37206 4/7 McGarry Mary Heather Metcalf Robert L $1,090,000
1105 Winding Way Nashville 37216 4/18 Lewis Bennett; Lewis Mary Kenson Renee Michelle $1,080,000
600 12th Nashville 37203 4/1 Perkins George R III Bishop Brad $1,080,000
505 Wedgewood Nashville 37203 4/6 Gooch Management LLC Jefferson Adam; Wiltz Brad; Wiltz Lisa $1,075,000
15 Lexington Nashville 37215 4/20 Buhl Michael McInurff Delores A Estate $1,071,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 4/22 Jolly John H Jr 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $1,067,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 4/6 Dorfman Brian 1600 West End Avenue LLC $1,052,000
1121 Woodvale Nashville 37204 4/22 Osborne Anthony P; Osborne Jennifer S Pope Kathryn S; Pope Kathryn Stephenson $1,050,251
1003 Eastland Nashville 37206 4/27 Ham Carla Husby Nancy; Mason Jared; Hubbard A Scott $1,050,000
4238 Morriswood Nashville 37204 4/11 Parsons Bradley Bamarni Patty Pershank; Steimer Adam L $1,050,000
505K Wedgewood Nashville 37203 4/29 Marcus Anna Marie Wilson Jared James $1,050,000
713 Lena Nashville 37208 4/19 Smith Thomas A; Edmonds Bradley F Jackson Jason Edward; McNeal Jarred $1,050,000
1600 Green Hills Nashville 37215 4/29 Green Hills Investors Lipscomb University $1,050,000
1009 Caldwell Nashville 37204 4/20 Forsgren Edith Asa; Wilson Liam D Hoehn Kimbra S; Wilson Littell E III $1,030,000
812 13th Nashville 37203 4/13 Mukhtar Hany Priestes Andrew Ryan; Priestes Jennifer Marie $1,015,000
19 Bridlington Brentwood 37027 4/13 Turner Jeffrey; Turner Karen Dieck Dinah; Dieck James; Dieck Ryan $1,011,000
6570 Rolling Fork Nashville 37205 4/28 Shay Matthew Edward Kelly Emmett James; Kelly Olivia Griffith $1,000,000
4412 Westlawn Nashville 37209 4/13 Frey Andrea N; House Tyler B Cannon Eric T; Cannon Katherine H $1,000,000
2813 Kirkwood Nashville 37204 4/22 Cady William T; Mascali Georgia Marshall Poston Ward III $1,000,000
900 Villa Nashville 37212 4/19 Adams Gregory J; Speckman Kaitlyn Valledejuli Anastasia; Valledejuli Morton $1,000,000
420B Rosebank Nashville 37206 4/20 Deleau Matthew Thomas; Weems Lindsay Rose Bethesda Const LLC $999,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 4/5 Kemp Barry S 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $999,000
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32. China looks to learn from Russian failures in Ukraine -

BANGKOK (AP) — With its ground troops forced to pull back in Ukraine and regroup, and its Black Sea flagship sunk, Russia's military failings are mounting. No country is paying closer attention than China to how a smaller and outgunned force has badly bloodied what was thought to be one of the world's most powerful armies.

33. Russia has yet to slow a Western arms express into Ukraine -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Western weaponry pouring into Ukraine helped blunt Russia's initial offensive and seems certain to play a central role in the approaching, potentially decisive, battle for Ukraine's contested Donbas region. Yet the Russian military is making little headway halting what has become a historic arms express.

34. Burr & Forman appoints Nashville managing partner -

Burr & Forman LLP has named Ken Bryant office managing partner of the firm’s Nashville location. He succeeds C. Tucker Herndon, who was recently appointed to the firm’s executive committee.

35. Vanderbilt lineman Tyler Steen transferring to Alabama -

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) — Vanderbilt offensive tackle Tyler Steen says he is transferring to Alabama.

The three-year starter, who played both tackle positions, announced his plans Tuesday on Twitter. Steen could immediately compete for a starting job in the fall with Alabama replacing left tackle Evan Neal and right tackle Chris Owens.

36. As Russia sees tech brain drain, other nations hope to gain -

VILNIUS, Lithuania (AP) — Russia's tech workers are looking for safer and more productive professional pastures.

By one estimate, up to 70,000 computer specialists, spooked by a sudden frost in the business and political climate, have bolted the country since Russia invaded Ukraine five weeks ago. Many more are expected to follow.

37. Bradley adds Chaloner to intellectual property group -

Aaron Chaloner has joined Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP as a senior attorney in the Intellectual Property Practice Group.

Chaloner focuses his practice on patent prosecution in the life science and biotechnology industry. He is experienced in all stages of intellectual property prosecution and provides strategic counsel to his clients regarding copyright, trademark, patent and trade secret concerns.

38. Belmont hungry for more vs. Lady Vols with Sweet 16 on line -

KNOXVILLE (AP) — A visit to the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame drove home to the Belmont Bruins what the Tennessee Lady Vols mean, especially in March.

The chance for Belmont's first Sweet 16 appearance makes it much easier to focus on the task at hand rather than the opponent's history.

39. Nashville law firms form strategic alliance -

Lewis Thomason, P.C. and Manson Johnson Conner, PLLC have announced a strategic collaboration designed to further grow and enhance client services.

The LT and MJC relationship dates back decades when The Honorable L. Clure Morton served the United States District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee. One of LT’s founding attorneys, Judge Morton was well known for his role in furthering racial integration in Nashville’s public schools and prompting reforms in the state’s mental health, welfare and prison systems.

40. Fisk University starts John Lewis social justice fellowships -

NASHVILLE (AP) — Fisk University has announced three new social justice fellowships under a program named for the late U.S. Rep. John Lewis.

The historically Black school in Nashville says the fellowships fall under the school's John Lewis Center for Social Justice, which was founded in 2019.

41. Nashville gets nonstop flight to Montreal -

Another international nonstop route will soon be added to Nashville International Airport’s portfolio with Air Canada beginning service to Montreal in June. The service will begin twice weekly June 2 and grow to three times weekly June 25.

42. Pressure mounts on Congress to curb lawmaker stock trading -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Amid a steady drip of damaging headlines, pressure is building for Congress to pass legislation that would curtail lawmakers' ability to speculate on the stock market.

Trading in Congress has long been criticized by government watchdogs, who say the access to nonpublic information creates a temptation for lawmakers to prioritize their own finances over the public good.

43. Waller adds to real estate, government relations practices -

Doug Sloan, Jon Cooper and Quan Poole have joined Waller Lansden Dortch & Davis, LLP’s Nashville office. The three attorneys join Waller with nearly 45 years of combined experience in legal and leadership roles in the government of Nashville and Davidson County.

44. A year after Trump purge, 'alt-tech' offers far-right refuge -

Philip Anderson is no fan of online content moderation. His conservative posts have gotten him kicked off Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. Two years ago, Anderson organized a "free speech" protest against the big tech companies. A counterprotester knocked his teeth out.

45. MTSU’s $100M athletics gamble -

Quiz time: Which catchphrase best describes Middle Tennessee State University’s recently announced $100 million project to upgrade its athletics facilities?

A. Keeping up with the Joneses.

46. Vols’ biggest commitment comes from QB Hooker -

Before the signatures began rolling into the Tennessee football offices last week, the Vols received a huge commitment.

But it wasn’t from an incoming recruit. It was from a player already on the roster.

47. Garlington is new CFO at Centerstone -

Centerstone, a not-for-profit health system specializing in mental health and substance use disorder services, has selected Andy Garlington as the new chief financial officer.

Garlington will manage Centerstone’s revenues of more than $295 million and lead a finance team of 225 professionals.

48. Bass, Berry & Sims bolsters health care practice -

Bass, Berry & Sims has added seven experienced health care attorneys to its national health care practice, including Travis Lloyd as a member in Nashville. The other six will be based in the firm’s Washington D.C. office.

49. Vol QB Hooker happy for UT chance, not sure about staying for 2022 -

Hendon Hooker’s passion for football was never in question. But even the most dedicated athlete can use a reminder of how much the sport means.

That realization struck the Tennessee senior quarterback in September 2020 when, while still playing at Virginia Tech, he tested positive for COVID-19. He received a heart screening after he was released from quarantine, but the tests uncovered a potential heart issue that was unrelated to COVID.

50. QB Bailey leaving Tennessee for transfer portal -

KNOXVILLE (AP) — Sophomore quarterback Harrison Bailey is leaving Tennessee after finding himself third on the depth chart under first-year coach Josh Heupel.

Bailey announced his decision Wednesday in a social media post.

51. Vols face 2 familiar foes in visit to No. 4 Crimson Tide -

Tennessee senior offensive lineman Jerome Carvin doesn’t need to watch extra tape this week to get a scouting report on Alabama’s leading tackler.

Carvin saw firsthand how disruptive Henry To’o To’o could be during years of practices. Now, Carvin and the Vols will have to deal with To’o To’o as an opponent in a game.

52. Vols find their running game, face another test with SC -

Josh Heupel revealed the Tennessee game plan days before the Vols took the field against Missouri, explaining “the secret behind the sauce is really the run game for us.”

The Vols gave proof to concept in a dominating victory at Missouri that provided Tennessee fans with a glimpse of what was promised when Heupel was hired in January.

53. Holman retiring as Centerstone CFO -

Centerstone, a national provider of behavioral health and addiction services, has announced chief financial officer Steve Holman will retire at the end of the year.

Holman has been with Centerstone for more than eight years, helping the nonprofit grow from a relatively small organization into one of the largest community-based behavioral health care providers in the country.

54. Franklin among hottest ZIP codes in U.S. -

Franklin has been listed at No. 10 in the 2021 Hottest ZIPs in America, selling three times faster than last year’s list, the seventh annual Realtor.com Hottest ZIP codes Report finds.

55. Former Vols could have big impact on new teams -

Tennessee hasn't finished a season ranked higher than 22nd since 2007, yet there still figures to be a heavy Volunteer flavor to the playoff picture this year.

Or to put it more accurately, an ex-Volunteer flavor.

56. Kentucky Sen. Paul failed to disclose wife's COVID-related stock trade -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul waited more than a year to disclose that his wife purchased stock in a company that makes a COVID-19 treatment, an investment made after Congress was briefed on the threat of the virus but before the public was largely aware of its danger.

57. US Rep. Greene: Twitter timeout is 'Communist-style' attack -

ATLANTA (AP) — Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene blasted social media companies over her temporary suspension from Twitter on Tuesday, calling it "a Communist-style attack on free speech."

Twitter imposed the 12-hour timeout on Monday, saying some of her tweets violated its policy against spreading misinformation that could cause harm during the coronavirus pandemic.

58. Belmont’s Massey adds supply chain degree -

Belmont University is launching a new program in supply chain management within its Jack C. Massey College of Business.

The SCM curriculum was developed based on insights garnered from leaders of local and regional Fortune 500 companies, privately held corporations and nonprofit organizations, the university reports. The inaugural class will begin this fall.

59. Analysis: Breaking down the College World Series teams -

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — A look at the eight teams competing in the College World Series, which starts Saturday at TD Ameritrade Park. (Capsules in order of CWS opening games. Coaches' records through super regionals):

60. Analysis: Breaking down the College World Series teams -

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — A look at the eight teams competing in the College World Series, which starts Saturday at TD Ameritrade Park. (Capsules in order of CWS opening games. Coaches' records through super regionals):

61. Young Vanderbilt squad not the same team that won 2019 title -

NASHVILLE (AP) — The Vanderbilt Commodores are two wins away from returning to the College World Series and the chance to bookend the coronavirus pandemic with national championships.

But this isn't the same team that walked off the field in Omaha in 2019 as national champs.

62. 8 advance in NCAA baseball; No. 1 Hogs to face Huskers again -

Eight teams closed out their regionals in the NCAA baseball tournament Sunday and moved one step closer to the College World Series.

But No. 1 national seed Arkansas, trying for a third straight appearance in super regionals, was forced into a winner-take-all game Monday night against Nebraska after losing 5-3 to the Cornhuskers.

63. Thomas' slam in the 11th helps Vanderbilt beat Georgia Tech, advance -

NASHVILLE (AP) — Isaiah Thomas hit a grand slam in the top of the 11th inning and Vanderbilt beat Georgia Tech 14-9 on Sunday night to win the Nashville Regional.

64. Arkansas is top NCAA seed; VU, UT open at home Friday night -

Arkansas top seed in NCAA Tournament after dominant SEC run

By ERIC OLSON AP Sports Writer

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Arkansas was rewarded Monday for its dominant run through the Southeastern Conference, landing the No. 1 national seed in the NCAA baseball tournament.

65. As pandemic spread pain and panic, congressman chased profit -

WASHINGTON (AP) — In the early days of the pandemic, New Jersey Rep. Tom Malinowski scolded those looking to capitalize on the once-in-a-century health crisis.

"This is not the time for anybody to be profiting off of selling ventilators, vaccines, drugs, treatments, PPE (personal protective equipment), anywhere in the world," the two-term Democrat and former assistant secretary of state told MSNBC in April 2020.

66. Titans agree to terms with Farley, 5 of 8 draft picks -

NASHVILLE (AP) — The Tennessee Titans have agreed to terms with first-round selection Caleb Farley and four of his fellow draft picks just before their three-day rookie minicamp.

The Titans announced Thursday they have agreed to terms with five of their eight draft picks along with 10 undrafted free agents.

67. Study: Residents left big metros during pandemic for family -

Cece Linder was living in a 770-square-foot apartment outside Washington, D.C., last spring when the area went into lockdown because of the coronavirus pandemic.

In May 2020, after a few months of both living and working in the small space, Linder decided to leave the capital area and move into the 2,000-square-foot (186-square-meter) beachside home she jointly owns with her parents in Cocoa Beach, Florida. Now she gets to see the sunrise over the water each morning before work.

68. Business leaders urge Biden to set ambitious climate goal -

WASHINGTON (AP) — More than 300 businesses and investors, including such giants as Apple, Google, Microsoft and Coca-Cola, are calling on the Biden administration to set an ambitious climate change goal that would cut U.S. greenhouse gas emissions by at least 50% below 2005 levels by 2030.

69. Rucker named VU chief HR officer -

Cleo D. Rucker has been promoted to the new position of chief human resources officer for Vanderbilt University.

Rucker, who has served as senior director of HR consulting, employee and labor relations for the past three years, will assume to his new position by mid-May. The move occurs as Laura Nairon steps away from her interim role as associate vice chancellor for people and business services. She is leaving Vanderbilt to pursue the next phase of her career.

70. Vols crack baseball Top 10, Vanderbilt remains No. 1 -

Fresh off its first three-game sweep of LSU since 2008, Tennessee is out to its best start in Southeastern Conference play in 20 years.

The Volunteers (21-4, 5-1) rose as high as No. 7 in the polls Monday and are a consensus top-10 team.

71. 'Falling through cracks': Vaccine bypasses some older adults -

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Jean Andrade, an 88-year-old who lives alone, has been waiting for her COVID-19 vaccine since she became eligible under state guidelines nearly a month ago. She assumed her caseworker would contact her about getting one, especially after she spent nearly two days stuck in an electric recliner during a recent power outage.

72. McGlinchey welcomes IP, entertainment attorney -

Entertainment and IP attorney Brenner McDonald has joined McGlinchey Stafford as a member of the firm and resident in its Nashville office.

With more than 30 years in the entertainment industry, she brings a wide range of experience in entertainment, sports, corporate, business litigation and transactional law and will expand the firm’s intellectual property practice.

73. Ready or not, sports is back in a big way -

In less than three weeks, the Southeastern Conference men’s basketball tournament will be in full swing at Bridgestone Arena. Probably. Maybe.

The tournament format is set, television times have been announced and the Metro Public Health Department has been busy reviewing plans submitted by the SEC to stage its showcase event March 10-14.

74. Biden: 'We can't wait any longer' to address climate crisis -

WASHINGTON (AP) — In the most ambitious U.S. effort to stave off the worst of climate change, President Joe Biden signed executive orders to transform the nation's heavily fossil-fuel powered economy into a clean-burning one, pausing oil and gas leasing on federal land and targeting subsidies for those industries.

75. HCA, new partner to produce PPE -

Nashville’s HCA Healthcare has announced it has entered into a new joint venture business with A Plus International Inc. to expand access to personal protective equipment by manufacturing surgical and procedure masks in the United States.

76. Building on success, nonprofits aim to keep aiding elections -

NEW YORK (AP) — Democracy, as President Joe Biden declared in his inaugural speech, survived a barrage of misinformation and an insurrection at the U.S. Capitol to achieve a peaceful transfer of power.

77. Biden: 'We can't wait any longer' to address climate crisis -

WASHINGTON (AP) — In the most ambitious U.S. effort to stave off the worst effects of climate change, President Joe Biden issued executive orders Wednesday to cut oil, gas and coal emissions and double energy production from offshore wind turbines.

78. Apple, utility each give $25M to Black college learning hub -

ATLANTA (AP) — Apple and a major utility are each giving $25 million to launch a learning center and business incubator for students of historically Black colleges and universities, part of an outpouring of giving to such schools in the wake of the summer's protests over racial injustice.

79. Byrd elected partner at Adams and Reese -

Adams and Reese has elected six attorneys across the firm to partnerships, including Clayton Byrd of Nashville.

Byrd heads the firm’s Tennessee alcoholic beverage practice, representing clients across the state and the U.S. with matters involving every aspect of alcoholic beverages, from manufacture and sale to licensing. Byrd represents the interests of manufacturers, wholesalers, retailers and other businesses with regard to state and federal liquor licensing and regulatory matters.

80. Rare GOP rebuff of Trump in last days of chaotic Congress -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Congress is ending a chaotic session like few others, a two-year political firestorm that started with the longest federal government shutdown in U.S. history, was riven by impeachment and a pandemic, and now closes with a rare rebuff by Republicans of President Donald Trump.

81. Trump push on $2K checks flops as GOP-led Senate won't vote -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell all but shut the door on President Donald Trump's push for $2,000 COVID-19 relief checks, declaring Congress has provided enough pandemic aid as he blocked another attempt by Democrats to force a vote.

82. Trump's $2,000 checks all but dead as GOP Senate refuses aid -

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump's push for $2,000 COVID-19  relief checks all but died Wednesday as Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell proposed an alternative approach of loading up the bill with other White House priorities that appeared destined to fail.

83. EXPLAINER: What’s in store when the Electoral College meets -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Voters cast their ballots for president more than a month ago, but the votes that officially matter will be cast Monday. That's when the Electoral College meets.

The Constitution gives the electors the power to choose the president, and when all the votes are counted Monday, President-elect Joe Biden is expected to have 306 electoral votes, more than the 270 needed to elect a president, to 232 votes for President Donald Trump.

84. Waller adds employment, bankruptcy, IP depth -

Waller Lansden Dortch & Davis, LLP has hired Flynne Dowdy, Gaby Smith and Saba Daneshvar. Each of the attorneys joins Waller with more than five years of experience in labor and employment, bankruptcy and restructuring, and patent law, respectively.

85. Sandfort is Lipscomb CEO-in-residence -

Lipscomb University’s College of Business has named longtime Tractor Supply Company executive Greg Sandfort a CEO-in-residence beginning in January.

Sandfort served as chief executive officer of Tractor Supply May 2016-January 2020 and as president and chief executive officer of the company December 2012-May 2016. He has served as strategic adviser of Tractor Supply Company since January 2020 and as a member of the board of directors since February 2013.

86. Stocks slip, but S&P 500 still logs best month since April -

Stocks pulled back slightly from their record levels Monday as Wall Street put a quiet coda on one of its most rocking months in decades.

The S&P 500 fell 0.5%, but the benchmark index still clocked a surge of 10.8% for the month, it's biggest monthly gain since April. The Dow Jones Industrial Average, which has far less impact on 401(k) accounts than the S&P 500 does, had its best month since 1987.

87. For Big Tech, Biden brings a new era but no ease in scrutiny -

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama-Biden administration was a charmed era for America's tech companies — a moment when they were lionized as innovators, hailed as job creators and largely left alone.

Now Joe Biden is coming back, this time as president. But times have changed. The halcyon days of an adoring Washington are unlikely to return when Biden takes the oath of office in January, with mounting legislative and regulatory challenges to the industry — including stronger enforcement of antitrust laws — nearly certain to outlast the tenure of President Donald Trump.

88. Kentucky, UT lead SEC loaded with new basketball talent -

Kentucky has yet another crop of Big Blue-chippers and Tennessee looks poised to prove last season was a blip on an otherwise impressive recent run of success.

When it comes to the rest of the Southeastern Conference it's anybody's guess.

89. Rally fades on Wall Street, pulling indexes below records -

NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks closed mostly higher on Wednesday, helped by big technology stocks, but news of tighter restrictions in New York State helped dent an earlier rally.

The S&P 500 closed up 27.13 points, or 0.8%, to 3,572.66. The technology-heavy Nasdaq composite, meanwhile, rose by 2%.

90. Global rally fades, but investors' hopes remain for economy -

NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks downshifted on Tuesday, a day after their powerful worldwide rally, but optimism remained high that the global economy may still be headed for a return to normal.

It was the second straight day that rising hopes for a COVID-19 vaccine pushed investors to reorder which stocks they see winning and losing, and the continuing revamp left the majority of U.S. stocks higher but indexes mixed. Treasury yields and oil, meanwhile, held onto their big gains from a day earlier or added some more amid strengthened confidence in the economy.

91. Bidenomics: More stimulus, tougher regulation and gridlock -

WASHINGTON (AP) — President-elect Joe Biden will inherit a vulnerable economic recovery under threat from a resurgent virus, likely with a divided Congress that will hinder his ability to address the challenges.

92. Stocks rally worldwide with hopes for a return to "normal" -

NEW YORK (AP) — Brimming hopes that people will again return to office buildings, shopping centers and normal life sent markets rallying worldwide on Monday, following encouraging data about a potential coronavirus vaccine.

93. Justice Dept. to file landmark antitrust case against Google -

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Justice Department on Tuesday sued Google for antitrust violations, alleging that it abused its dominance in online search and advertising to stifle competition and harm consumers.

94. Dickinson Wright named top law firm by Captive -

Dickinson Wright PLLC has been named “Law Firm of the Year” by both Captive Review (@Captivereview #USCaptiveAwards) and Captive International.

The inaugural US Captive Awards by Captive International honor the best-in-class providers across the full spectrum of disciplines active in the captive insurance industry. The awards were based on feedback received from the captive industry, and in particular from readers of Captive International. Honorees will be featured in a forthcoming Captive International publication.

95. Column: College football whiffs in tackling the coronavirus -

When it came time to confront a global pandemic, we should've known college football would whiff on the tackle.

This flimsy collection of largely autonomous fiefdoms, each concerned mainly with hoarding wealth and power, was never going to make the right call against a fearsome opponent like the coronavirus.

96. 'Not Plan A': Charities are stepping up to pay for elections -

DENVER (AP) — As Congress balks, well-funded nonprofits are donating hundreds of millions of dollars to help state and local officials run elections during the pandemic — a sudden infusion of private cash in what was once considered a core government function.

97. Lipscomb University sets enrollment record -

Lipscomb University is beginning its 130th academic year by setting an all-time enrollment record and has topped 4,700 for the first time in university history.

With an enrollment of 4,729 students after the first week of classes this fall, Lipscomb University has broken numerous records, including the number of first-time freshmen and new graduate students. The enrollment number will increase in the next few weeks as cohorts in several graduate programs begin classes later in the semester. University classes began Aug. 24.

98. Vanderbilt leaning on defense in tough SEC-only schedule -

NASHVILLE (AP) — Derek Mason has plenty of experience back on his Vanderbilt defense. Better yet, the coach believes his Commodores are fast, talented and deep enough to have an impact in the Southeastern Conference.

99. Vanderbilt leaning on defense in tough SEC-only schedule -

NASHVILLE (AP) — Derek Mason has plenty of experience back on his Vanderbilt defense. Better yet, the coach believes his Commodores are fast, talented and deep enough to have an impact in the Southeastern Conference.

100. Answer on who's calling Titans' defensive plays elusive -

NASHVILLE (AP) — The big question for months has been how Tennessee coach Mike Vrabel will replace defensive coordinator Dean Pees.

Three weeks before the Titans are scheduled to open the season, a final answer remains elusive.