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Exotic plants at the root of decline of native species

Exotic plants are edging out native species at Radnor Lake Natural Area, the Warner Parks and other Nashville parks. More

Death Notices

Adviser says Bush wants to speed up tax plan

President George W. Bush supports revising his $1.6 trillion tax cut proposal to put money in people More

National Briefs

Russia frees U.S. aid worker Kenneth Gluck in Chechnya

A U.S. aid worker was free on Sunday after three weeks in captivity in Russia More

International Briefs

Familiarity key to Schwartz

Newly-named Titans defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz was selected by Coach Jeff Fisher because of his experience with the Titans' existing defensive philosophy

Vandy visits 'wounded' Vols

Jerry Green has met the Tennessee Volunteers

Metro'sAnimal Services set to open new facility

The new Metro Animal Services Shelter has yet to open, but already there is a sense of excitement from those involved with one of the city

Sports Shorts

Blast causes damage

Blasting for the new Harris Teeter grocery store at the intersection of 21st and Blair resulted in minor damage to buildings and nearby cars yesterday.

Brad Hopkins' Pro Bowl Postcard

Greetings From Hawaii More

From clothesline to online

Communication in Nashville

Hunting winding down

Care should be taken in storing of firearms and ammunition

Metro's waste disposal to get greener

The downtown thermal plant burns garbage to heat and cool 39 downtown buildings

Workman, attorneys await court decision

Philip Workman has been taken off death watch and returned to his cell More

Metro Library bridging the great digital divide

Library officials and volunteers say they are still far from meeting community needs. More

Study Circles will help citizens address public issues

A concept designed to bring together diverse parts of the community will begin a new set of meetings on Monday. More

News Briefs

BURNT moves to Shelby

One of the Nashville Thermal Transfer Corp. plant