12South businesses sue Metro over residential permit parking

Suit filed May 8 claims parking commission decision to issue residential-only permits is hurting business   More

More meetings planned to discuss Avenue of the Arts, proposed two-way street

Mayor's spokeswoman says Public Works has met with concerned public twice and will continue to do so More

St. Patrick's Day block party on Broadway approved at last minute

Earlier this week, organizer didn’t have all of the emergency plan paperwork required for permit More

Road closures affect Battery Lane, Natchez Trace

Battery Lane between Lealand Lane and Granny White Pike will be closed from Monday through Friday More

Proposed landfill falls at final hurdle over questions on recycling center

Opposition, former councilman force developer to withdraw proposal before BZA vote More

Fire department warns of increased fire risk during extremely dry conditions

Officials say even small fires for grills should be closely monitored or avoided More

Metro to regulate food trucks, outlining where they can operate

Mobile vendors operating on streets within 'food truck zones' would pay a one-time $55 lane-closure fee   More

Steve Halford to retire May 1, after 11 years as fire chief

Public Work's Billy Lynch will serve as interim fire chief until next one is appointed More

Public Works supervisor arrested on child rape charge

Alleged incident happened last year, but police only recently charged Joe Troutt Jr. More

Metro now accepting live Christmas trees for recycling

Eleven drop-off sites open around Davidson County More
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