Dave Says

My father owns a lot in town and recently received a notice that there is a property tax lien against it. Are any of the penalties associated with this lien negotiable? More

The Chatter Class: Lang move good for Preds

The Nashville Predators’ new ownership announced big changes to the team’s leadership. More

Nashville finally feels housing decline

Nashville’s residential real estate agents are feeling the slowdown in home sales. More

The Chatter Class: Only economic constants are yin and yang

The economy is in the tank. The economy is not in the tank. Or, it’s not as bad as some thought but it’s not as good as others want, so therefore it’s still bad. Got it? It all depends on one’s perspective. More

Retailers' November holiday sales are mixed

Wal-Mart Stores Inc. and Costco Wholesale Corp. reported November sales that topped analysts’ estimates, while Target Corp. and J.C. Penney Co. trailed forecasts in what may be the slowest holiday shopping season in five years. More

Next Sports Authority agenda has no Preds item

The Metro Sports Authority will meet next Tuesday, but will do so without taking up an agreement between the Mayor’s Office and the prospective Predators buyers over changes to the team’s lease of the Sommet Center. More

Preds deal tapping convention center revenue stream?

Metro Council’s first informational meeting on the Nashville Predators last Thursday night raised a few eyebrows among supporters of a new downtown convention center. More

Preds deal moves toward close

It’s not surprising that the local group didn’t close the purchase of the Nashville Predators yesterday or Friday as it had hoped. More

East Nashville grooves to a new beat

As a longtime collector and avid music fan, Louis Charette envisioned a career as a producer, arranger or songwriter. He came to Nashville from Kentucky about seven years ago, and following his graduation from Belmont’s music business program, briefly operated a small studio with another friend where they produced demos and collaborated on writing songs for aspiring performers. More

Council gets first look at Preds deal

At an informal gathering of the Metro Council on Thursday night, Council members learned that they may indeed amend parts of a deal between a group of local investors buying the Nashville Predators and the city concerning changes that the group wanted made to the team’s lease with the Sommet Center before they purchase the team. More
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