Government Reporter, Tennessean
I cover Metro Nashville government and politics for The Tennessean.
tennessean.com — WASHINGTON - Republican Rep. Scott DesJarlais was hit with $500 in fines and a reprimand for complaints filed in 2012 that he slept with two patients more than a decade ago. DesJarlais, a Jasper physician, on Thursday said that the Tennessee Board of Medical Examiners had largely absolved him of the complaints, which he said were politically motivated.
tennessean.com — Water gushed through East Nashville roads after a water main broke near Fifth Street and Shelby Avenue just after 6 this morning.
tennessean.com — WASHINGTON - Republican Rep. Scott DesJarlais said this morning that the Tennessee State Board of Medical Examiners has largely absolved him of complaints made in 2012 that he said were politically motivated. DesJarlais, a Jasper physician, announced that he has received only a $500 penalty and a reprimand for charges that he slept with patients more than a decade ago.
tennessean.com — When a new factory for artists known as Fort Houston opened last fall south of downtown Nashville, glowing reviews followed. A trio of 20-somethings had transformed a 10,000-square-foot warehouse along Houston Street into a community resource - a place where a freelance furniture maker or independent screen printer could pay small monthly fees to use otherwise expensive equipment, or even take classes in a new craft altogether.
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