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Dean administration files $14M appropriations bill for Metro maintenance, repairs

Two of Metro’s struggling enterprises — Municipal, Fairgrounds — see extra money for maintenance as well   More

Haslam: no decision yet on Medicaid deal

Haslam plans trip to D.C. to try to work out an agreement to offer more people care without expanding TennCare   More

Editorial: Why Nashville needs newspapers

We arrive here at the end. More

Burch: Where do we go from here?

I wish everyone who reads this final article the best of luck, but sometimes we have to make our own luck More

Another chapter concludes in storied career of this sportswriter

Even before he joined staff of 'City Paper,' Harold Huggins had seen more of Nashville sports than most More

Judge warns CCA witnesses of criminal probe

Inmates sued contending prison run by Nashville's CCA was so violent prisoners call it "Gladiator School" More

Country Hall of Famer 'Cowboy' Jack Clement dies

Clement reportedly died in hospice care Thursday morning. He was 82 More

Quiet but unafraid, David Stewart stands up for his fellow Titans

He lurks there, a vigilante ready and willing to exact his form of justice whenever, wherever he perceives a wrong More

After turbulent high school, transfer McClellan looks to lead Vandy hoops squad

After sitting out last year due to NCAA transfer rules, he could leap into a starting role at point guard. More

Embattled U.S. Rep. Scott DesJarlais kicks off bid for 3rd term

DesJarlais tried to previously cast doubt on reports of violent behavior and extramarital affairs More

Metro says flood waters receding, Cumberland not at risk of flooding

During a two-hour time frame, approximately 1,800 emergency and non-emergency calls were received More

Boclair: For Nashville coaches, sporting innocence is gone

If things don’t get better — and quickly — this season could be Munchak's last on the job More
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Books: Jessica Young’s debut picture book considers emotional responses to color

By Tina LoTufo Chapter16.org   More

MNPS’ new grading policy hits rift with teachers, parents

This year, MNPS teachers will bring into play new rubric that cuts out bottom half of grading scale   More

Weekly Obsession: On the dim future of newspapers in Nashville

Nashville doesn’t need to rid itself of newspapers; Nashville newspapers need wealthy benevolent benefactors   More

Titans off and running in quest to redefine offensive identity

Disappointment of defeat in preseason opener tempered by a pair of long first-quarter touchdown runs More

One night at the Belcourt

Nashville’s beloved arthouse theater ups ante with more special guests, unique discussions More

Legal opinion may breathe life into Fairgrounds repairs, plans

Fairgrounds likely will remain fairgrounds for foreseeable future. And yet it’s not entirely clear what that means More
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Police cameras go up in East Nashville, but not for traffic enforcement

Cameras have been used successfully in past, allowing officers to look for additional evidence after crime More