With euthanasia rate high, some seek more spending for pet spay-neuter programs

Animal welfare activists, Metro Council members question spending of funds already set aside More

Weekly Obsession: Does this ‘It City’ label make us look fat?

American College of Sports Medicine’s American Fitness Index says Nashville is less fit, nation’s 32nd fittest city   More

Dean announces affordable housing initiative with $3M to start, future funding unclear

Administration had not yet provided information on how program would be supported beyond initial funds More

Council holds public hearing on Dean's budget, approves small cities agreement

Council approves purchase of two Smith Springs Road properties, on which city plans to build two schools More

In State of Metro, Dean celebrates MCC, acknowledges work ahead

Mayor reiterates his support for charter schools and 'school choice' and delivers pitch for The Amp More

Music City Center arrives to fanfare as debate still brews over viability

MCC has survived death of Med Mart, Tower Investments suit and labor protests. Here comes its biggest test. More

Fairgrounds Redux: 2 years after bruising political fight, events are aligning for another round

Years after mayor called off bulldozers in face of public pressure, things are far from settled   More

Revised labor stats show Nashville led country in 2012 job growth

Bureau of Labor Statistics show MSA growth was highest among metros with more than 1 million residents   More

Dean proposes $1.8 billion Metro budget for 2013-14

Budget includes additional $26 million for schools and 3.61 percent increase over current fiscal year More

MNPS budget will be bigger, but Dean trims increase, protects charters

Dean’s office expects school district to cut up to $25M from its proposed $44M budget increase   More
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