Nashville restaurant destroyed in tornado reopens, brings healing to community

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An East Nashville man lost all three of his businesses in the March 3 tornado as it tore through the heart of Five Points.

Almost a year after the tornado, he reopened the doors to one of those places—Boston Commons—and the community came out in full support.

For Matt Charette’s three Five Points businesses, it’s his staff that means the most to him.

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Plus, Looking at recovery efforts with Mayor Cooper as 1 year mark of deadly tornado approaches, and In CPAC poll, DeSantis leads all potential 2024 contenders except Trump

00:00 Restaurant destroyed by tornado reopens
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