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Coalition looks to defeat 'living wage'

Amended ethics code focus on real violators

Jewish congregation forms in Bellevue

Special Olympics benefit to feature Titans' Wycheck

Covenant Presbyterian to open school this fall

State finance head says revenue short by $217M

Tennessee Library Association honors Nashville library trustee

"I never expected...to receive an award for my contributions. I've only wanted to have a public library system in Nashville that the people can be proud of, and that has been the motivation for my work." - Margaret Ann Robinson, Chair, Nashville Library Board of Trustees More

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Welcome, you've got mail; of course, it's from Mars

Smiley's exit erodes support of BET audience

Robert Johnson has never hid his desire to be a media mogul just like Ted Tuner or Michael Eisner of Disney/ABC. More

Ponder mounting drive for term-limit change

"Two terms is not enought. It takes the better part of the first term for orientation. (Council Members) are going from an orientation term to a lame-duck term." - Phil Ponder, Metro Council , District 12 More

When life imitates art and art saves humanity

I do not think it a fruitless exercise to search for the good in humanity depicted in cinematic art or to think about how we could have made things better. More

There's no place like your own new home

Residents ready for end to Douglas Avenue project

Amtrak may return to state

"I am very confident we will see something this year." - George Warrington, Amtrak CEO More

Nashville native crucial to negotiations with China

Condos to blend in with Sylvan Park community

NAC 7 streamlining operations with grant money

"We're projecting we will be able to see more people; we will have less paperwork, and we'll have more accountability." - Louise Burgess, Family and Children's Services More

CMT bows to Music Row heat

Writer credits on videos to resume within two weeks More

Metro bill would give employees a 'living wage'