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Food services giant Aramark to add 1,000 jobs in Nashville
The Philadelphia-based company will consolidate and centralize some financial and human resources services that are currently dispersed across the company's North American operations
Dean files $300 million capital spending plan with Metro Council
Nearly a third of the funds in the spending plan are designated for Metro Schools, which will receive $95 million.
Cooper says federal funding of BRT doubtful; new opposition forms
Dean, Washington lobbyist still optimistic FTA will fund project
Metro reaches agreement with satellite cities, state will drop bill
Satellite cities will be able to add courts, business licensing, recycling and other services.
Nashville receives $25K grant to increase energy efficiency in low-income homes
Grant money is part of $1M initial round of funding from the Cities of Service organization
Homeless nonprofit Key Alliance in disarray after board defections
Alliance to seek a new well-connected board of directors to would raise funds from private sector for the nonprofit
BRT plans hurt when Metro Council defers Midtown zoning
Securing federal dollars could be jeopardized
Metro to expand bike-share program with fee-based system
B-cycle program, set to officially launch later this year, comes 2 years after GreenBikes launch
Metro seeks input for fairgrounds master plan
Metro planning staff and consultants will host an 'open house' on July 23, 5 p.m., at Howard Office Building
City sues Kurdish Pride gang, calls them 'public nuisance'
Metro officials have launched a renewed effort against gang activity in South Nashville, filing a civil suit against the Kurdish Pride gang, according to police spokesman Don Aaron.
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