Vince Troia takes over news coverage for Bellevue Home Page

Vince Troia, founder of the Bellevue Messenger in 2014, is back on the beat in Bellevue as Home Page Media Group works to expand the scope of the Bellevue Home Page.

Troia, a 61-year-old father of 18-year-old triplets, has spent nearly four decades as a media professional – the last 24 years in Bellevue. He has been a reporter, editor, public information officer, designer, social media coordinator, and a projects manager for several Nashville news publications and government agencies.

Currently he serves as office coordinator for the new nonprofit Senior Ride Nashville.

Troia has been involved with Bellevue youth athletic leagues, area schools and libraries, the Bellevue Harpeth Chamber of Commerce, and other community endeavors.

A native of California and a graduate of San Diego State University, Troia came to Tennessee with his journalist wife, Nikki, in 1995 to work for the Nashville Banner. He
has since written or edited for The Tennessean, InReview, The City Paper, the Nashville SceneNashville Post, Bellevue Messenger, the Ledger, and now the Bellevue Home Page.

Troia also has worked for Metro Government and the state Department of Human Services.

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