SouthComm signs letter of intent to purchase 'The City Paper'

Local publishing company SouthComm Communications announced today it has signed a letter of intent to purchase The City Paper and its companion Web site nashvillecitypaper.com. More

Dave Says

Dear Dave, I’ve been trying to talk my husband out of going into debt to pay for things for years now. More

AT&T won’t say where it’d offer TV if bill passes

Work begins on Lenox center

Office market holds steady here

Nashville’s office market showed continuing strength in the first quarter of the year, helping the city remain steady as big markets across the country are beginning to struggle with the economy. More

A banner day for city’s visual clutter

Visual clutter. It dominates Nashville’s public realm. More

Bricks & Mortar

Corporate Flight Management expands maintenance operations

The Music Biz: New owners see a strong future for 12th and Porter

New businesses

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