Opinion: Nashville’s priorities include MCC

As the Metro Council prepares to vote on a new convention center, it’s time to stop the politically charged theorizing — and accomplish a long-term goal for Nashville. More

Opinion: The public doesn’t want MCC

If public opinion polls by The City Paper, two television stations and a local union are any indication, the public opposes the proposed convention center. More

Convention center contract policy may be tweaked to ensure diversity

Minority- and women-owned businesses getting short stick so far More

Bellevue convention center meeting postponed

Organizers cite inclement weather in decision More

Convention center revenue stream in question

Opponents say funds can be used elsewhere, proponents say no More

Dean looking at new sites for convention center hotel

Mayor stops short of favoring one location over another More

Fairgrounds preservation bill deferred

Council punts plan to stop eminent domain claims until convention center funding is decided More

Crafton wants referendum on convention center financing

Councilman says he wants to give people chance to vote on project More
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Is the proposed convention center in the bag?

Barring last minute resistance, Nashville's proposed $585 million project looks like a done deal More
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Councilman blasts pro-City Center group's 'manipulative tactics'

Jameson miffed by efforts to sway a public opinion poll towards support of the proposed $585 million convention center. More
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