Sandy Mazza, The Tennessean

Sandy Mazza

The Tennessean

Nashville, TN, United States

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Recent articles by Sandy:

Nationwide inflation trend jacks up prices, confidence slumps in Tennessee

Record increases in consumers goods are likely to stabilize. But the rising costs of healthcare, childcare and transportation services is troubling. → Read More

Nashville's WNBA market study comes together just as league readies for expansion

Nashville's Sports Authority Board is finalizing a market study on attracting a professional women's sports team, and the WNBA is studying expansion. → Read More

President Biden's infrastructure bill: Tennessee leaders are eager to put their $7 billion to work

Tennessee stands to score a $7 billion windfall from President Biden's proposed $1 trillion infrastructure bill. → Read More

Downtown YMCA plans to add 60-story tower, Nashville's tallest residential building

The YMCA announced their plans to transform the downtown Nashville site with a new 60-story residential tower constructed by a local developer. → Read More

Travelers return in droves to Nashville International Airport

Nashville ranked as the 20th busiest airport in the U.S. on Sunday, according to BNA officials. → Read More

'What are people going to do?' Waverly residents try to stay hopeful in the face of a difficult future

The future will be difficult for Waverly residents, especially those who lost everything in the deadly flood. → Read More

Tennessee leaders set stage for return of some COVID-19 'protocols'

Tennessee leaders are cautiously moving forward with plans to increase COVID-19 "protocols" amid fierce political feuds about the respiratory illness. → Read More

Nashville airport passenger counts soar with pent-up demand but COVID-19 variants stall global travel

Nashville airport is selling more tickets now than at this time in 2019, but COVID-19 variants delay global travel → Read More

Shooting at North Nashville Exxon Tiger Mart leaves one critically injured

Shooting at Exxon Tiger Mart leaves one critically injured → Read More

Amazon will pay Nashville office workers to leave their cars at home

The company announced Thursday a $175-per-month reimbursement to employees who bike to work. → Read More

Pinnacle Bank claims prime spot next to Amazon in Nashville Yards

Pinnacle Financial Partners announced a move from its SoBro HQ to Nashville Yards, next to Amazon's southeastern operations headquarters. → Read More

What to know: Nashville's 2021-22 budget sails through final vote. Then protest shuts down meeting

Nashville's $2.65 billion spending plan was swiftly approved in a verbal Metro Council vote on Tuesday night. → Read More

Nashville hotel business is heating up again, and skeleton crews are scrambling to pamper guests

Average daily rates in May for hotel rooms across the Nashville market were under $130 per night – the lowest seen since early 2013. → Read More

Hospitality and hard work will propel Nashville's post-pandemic rebound, tourism chief says

Nashville Convention and Visitors Corp. CEO Butch Spyridon outlined his successes, challenges and strategies to keep the city a global entertainment destination. → Read More

Metro Council seeks more services ahead of $2.6 billion budget vote

Council members added $16.2 million in requests last week to the mayor’s proposed spending plan, introduced in May, for the fiscal year starting July 1. → Read More

Nashville police looking for suspect vehicle in fatal hit and run collision

Police looking for suspect vehicle in hit and run collision → Read More

Woman killed in North Nashville stabbing

Metro Nashville police arrested a suspect in the stabbing death of a woman Saturday night. The identities of those involved have not been released. Police said a woman was stabbed at a beer and tobacco store at 1613 Buchanan Street in North Nashville. The incident occurred at 8:40 p.m. This is a developing story, check back for upt → Read More

Building company headquarters relocating to Nashville midtown's newest major development

LP Building Solutions will move its 350-person Nashville headquarters to midtown's newest office campus. → Read More

Oracle America closes on Nashville riverfront site

Tech giant Oracle pays $253 million for about 60 acres of Nashville riverfront property. → Read More

Critics assail restructured Nashville budget ahead of final council vote

Nashville's budget is under fire from all sides as some seek more funding, some less. → Read More