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Top Nashville news: Man accused of drugging, sexually assaulting women at shelter; Gibson gives back

Top Nashville news: Man accused of drugging, sexually assaulting women at shelter; Gibson gives back
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By Hoodline - Published on March 10, 2020.

Here's what you need to know about what's happening in Nashville.

Man accused of drugging, sexually assaulting women at Nashville shelter for tornado victims

Metro police have arrested a man who was staying at the Centennial Sportsplex emergency shelter, after he allegedly drugged and sexually assaulted two women.

Read the full story on KGET - TV 17 Bakersfield.

Tornado relief agencies ask volunteers to take a day off

Nashville nonprofits were so overwhelmed with volunteers and donations for tornado relief over the weekend, that they had to ask the helpers to take a day off. Hands on Nashville, which operates as a clearing house for volunteers, posted on its blog Saturday, "Thousands of volunteers continued to knock out projects at an insane speed today! Volunteers were so effective that multiple agencies and locations have reached out to us tonight," asking to cancel various projects that had been slated for Sunday. 

Read the full story on Houston Chronicle.

Gibson is donating guitars to musicians who lost instruments in Tennessee tornadoes

On the heels of this tragedy, there have been numerous acts of kindness and generosity that have helped to bring comfort to the people of Tennessee. Now, Gibson — the famous guitar company based in Nashville, TN — is lending a helping hand as well by providing guitars to the musicians who lost their instruments in the natural disaster.

Read the full story on 10News – ABC San Diego KGTV.

Sinclair Cares: Stand Nashville Strong, A Day of Giving

Sinclair Broadcast Group will partner with the Salvation Army to host a Day of Giving today to help communities affected by recent storms. Sinclair will match up to the first $25,000.

Read the full story on FOX26.


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