The city of Nashville is returning to normal following what some described as the worst flooding in decades, and the majority of restaurants and hotels are again open for business, industry members said Friday.The area was hard hit following storms last weekend that dumped 16 inches of rain over 34 hours, causing the Cumberland River to overflow. According to published reports, at least 28 people were killed and countless homes and businesses suffered structural damage.The city of Nashville ...
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