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

Nashvillians trade Florida for the mountains

For the Jenkins family, the vacation home is in their blood and will be for a long time. More

Buyers might seal Preds deal this week

Ownership of the Nashville Predators could change as early as this Friday. More

Dave Says

My older sister has run up some pretty large debts, and there’s one creditor in particular that’s giving her a bad time. More

Apartments to rise in midtown

Bristol Development’s first rental residential project won’t be in The Gulch but in Midtown. More

Commercial real estate study shows industry has massive economic upside

Not surprisingly, a study on commercial real estate’s economic impact in Middle Tennessee has shown that the industry indeed has a major impact on the economy. More

Bible College buys land, despite delay in selling original campus

After a year-long search process, Free Will Baptist Bible College has selected a 66-acre site in Gallatin for its new campus, school officials announced today. More

Dave Says

My wife and I are both 30, and we’re afraid we may have to file bankruptcy. We make $70,000 a year, have a credit card debt of $23,000, a home with a $143,000 balance, $10,000 in student loans and $5,000 in medical expenses. We’ve cut up the cards, but things look pretty bad and we’re thinking about selling the house. Are we bankrupt, Dave? More

FedEx may be coming to Nashville

Memphis-based Federal Express could be landing in Nashville with a substantial investment. More

Roasting Eddie

Former Nashville Banner editor Eddie Jones was roasted at an honorary luncheon by a lengthy roster of former competitors, employees and colleagues from the halls of the city’s journalism, business and government communities. More
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