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Was Nashville's tea party patriotism or greed?

Many of the stirring speeches and letters concerning the recent income tax debate have suggested that Nashville

Fiscal conservatives were mobbed under as well

CITY SPEAK - Talk shows set out to enrage their listeners. Those who exercised their right to assemble peaceably fumbled their right to free speech when rocks were thrown, windows were broken and an elderly senator was shoved.

State Sen. Jackson under investigation by TBI, Children's Services

NES improves electrical capacity in Belmont area

Nashville Electrical Service and Davis H. Elliot contractors are in the fifth week of a six-week project to replace 16 poles and all the switches in the area.

Basic education learning belongs at the basic level

For those unfamiliar with the term, More

News Briefs

Headlines in today's News Briefs: International adoption meeting to be held, Christian rock singers tour, Metro Hospital Authority names Bordeaux director and Police Academy recruits class.

Buena Vista neighbors consider legal action over development

A proposed development of 45 houses on a 17-acre tract next to Whites Creek has neighbors concerned that the subdivision could increase flooding and traffic problems and decrease property values More

Hospital Hospitality House to announce major expansion

The Hospital Hospitality House (HHH) of Nashville will announce Wednesday a major renovation and expansion project, funded in part by Vanderbilt University Hospital. It will bring the organization

Sundquist to announce veto intention Thursday

If Sundquist does veto the spending package, the General Assembly will meet Aug. 7 to vote on overriding the veto. More

Friends: People who like us through good times and bad

Over the years I think it More

Weekly cargo flights tie Nashville to Taipei

Next month, China Airlines will begin four weekly Taipei-to-Nashville cargo flights, using Boeing 747-400 freighter aircraft. More

Death Notices

Semisonic hits their stride with third album


City Picks

Headlines in today's City Picks: 'Julie and Romeo' signing, All that jazz and Angie Aparo lands at 12th and Portor.

City Confidential

Wes Green - Man of many languages. Former WSM Radio disc jockey was the first to broadcast the Grand Ole Opry Live to Europe on Radio Luxembourg.

Robeson book breaks new ground

Several books have been written about noted actor and activist Paul Robeson, but none of them has either the scope or the detail contained in The Undiscovered Paul Robeson: An Artist

Volunteers - in every sense of the word

Several University of Tennessee football players rolled into town Friday night to take part in a community project for the YMCA of Middle Tennessee. More

Belmont volleyball honored

The award, sponsored by Molten U.S.A. for the last two years, honors teams that displayed excellence in the classroom by maintaining at least a 3.30 cumulative team grade point average (GPA) during the 2000-01 school year. More

Getting away without getting away

Relax at local bed and breakfasts while staying close to home

Vols' secondary a priority

Defensive coordinator John Chavis said the much-maligned secondary wasn