Tennessee Players Recall the Joyful Exception to Their Disappointing Season

Unfortunately, that moment was brought up several times here Monday at SEC media days. So it will be recounted here briefly, and you will be notified when it is safe to read again. Tennessee cornerback Emmanuel Mosely was on the visiting bench at Sanford Stadium, sitting next to teammate Cameron Reeves-Maybin. They were sure they … Read moreTennessee Players Recall the Joyful Exception to Their Disappointing Season

Bid to Block Antioch Affordable Housing Project Delayed but Not Dead

Some Antioch residents are concerned about a proposed affordable housing apartment complex on Forest View Drive.(Photo: Submitted) A Metro councilwoman who is leading the charge to block an affordable housing apartment project planned for Antioch has put her legislation on the shelf, but she said she’s not giving up on the effort. In a surprise … Read moreBid to Block Antioch Affordable Housing Project Delayed but Not Dead

Business Growth Continues in Antioch as Area Fights Bad Image

Antioch has struggled to bounce back for years after the Hickory Hollow Mall closed. (WSMV) ANTIOCH, TN (WSMV) – Antioch is shaping up to be the next hot spot for development in Nashville. With Swedish furniture company IKEA expected to arrive in 2020, more businesses are flocking to an area some view as crime-ridden. The … Read moreBusiness Growth Continues in Antioch as Area Fights Bad Image

4-Star RB Prospect Anthony Grant Commits to Tennessee over UNC, Virginia Tech

The Tennessee Volunteers added an explosive running back and versatile playmaker to their future roster Sunday when Anthony Grant committed to their 2018 recruiting class. Chad Simmons of Rivals reported the news. Grant checks in at 5’11” and 184 pounds and is a 4-star recruit, per Scout. He is the No. 21 athlete in the … Read more4-Star RB Prospect Anthony Grant Commits to Tennessee over UNC, Virginia Tech

Antioch Salutes 125 Years at July 4 Parade, Festival

A color guard prepares for a previous Antioch Independence Day parade. This year’s parade marks Antioch’s 125th anniversary. (Antioch Park District/HANDOUT) Ever since Antioch was incorporated 125 years ago, the village has held a parade and festival on Fourth of July, said Toni Galster, special event coordinator for the Antioch Park District To celebrate the … Read moreAntioch Salutes 125 Years at July 4 Parade, Festival

Former Antioch Cop and Wife Plead Guilty to Federal Conspiracy Charges

OAKLAND — A former Antioch policeman and his wife pleaded guilty to conspiracy and other charges related to a national wire fraud scheme involving at least 11 co-conspirators, U.S. Attorneys announced Thursday. Former Antioch police officer Gary Bostick and his wife, Ana Bostick, face a maximum penalty of 20 years in federal prison, but are … Read moreFormer Antioch Cop and Wife Plead Guilty to Federal Conspiracy Charges