Seigenthaler, Egerton talk books, papers and biggest event of last century

Mark Shriver to hold reading, signing of new book on father, Sargent Shriver

Gov. Phil Bredesen and John Seigenthaler will host an event Thursday to discuss the new book More

Metro turns 50: Contentious election merges city, county governments

Reworking how Nashville was governed led to far-reaching effects   More

Mayor appoints group to plan Metro's 50th anniversary celebration

Nine-month celebration will mark anniversary of 1963 city-county consolidation More

A vote that brings tears

Emotional parole hearing is latest chapter in quarter-century saga involving Gaile Owens More

The Call: How dramatic phone calls changed Tennesseans' lives

Ranging from 9/11 to King assassination, telephone talk sometimes represent more than simple chat More

Confederate hero’s name wiped from Metro school

Peers pay homage to Robert Churchwell as board renames school in his honor More

King adviser to discuss media coverage of Nashville sit-ins

Lawson joins panel of civil rights pioneers at First Amendment Center More

Seigenthaler remembers a tough, yet tender, Ted Kennedy

One Tennessee icon knew ‘Ted’ Kennedy and his brothers better than anyone in the Volunteer State — journalist John Seigenthaler. More

Former Councilman allegedly traded drugs for sexual favors

Metro Police narcotics detectives say Haddox Pharmacy owner Morris Haddox, a former Metro Councliman, allegedly exchanged prescription medication for sexual favors. More
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