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Rhodes partnership slated for Oct. 19

Metro Parks is now taking entries for the first annual Ted Rhodes Two-Man Municipal Amateur Partnership tournament to be held on Friday, Oct. 19, at the Ted Rhodes Golf Course. It will be a 9 a.m shotgun start. More

Hammy still ails Predator captain

On a team that is on a continuing youth movement, center Cliff Ronning continues to defy age and his lack of size to excel as one of the leaders of the Nashville Predators. More

Morrow: More than just football in VU senior's furture

In the guise of an outside linebacker for Vanderbilt, Morrow knocks the lights out of opposing backs and receivers. Dress him in a shirt and tie and put him front and center in a classroom, however, and the special education degree-holder seeks illumination for his pupils. More

Prep Update

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Cumberland Museum set to host safety day

Preschool children will be offered a day of fun and learning at the Cumberland Science Museum as some Nashville area organizations take the lead in educating children and their parents about safety issues. More

2001 Sylvan Park Home Tour set

Sylvan Park residents will get a chance to see some of their neighbors

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Festivals, special activities abound throughout E. Nashville

East Nashville will become the equivalent of a giant festival Saturday, with multiple events taking place throughout the day. More

Belle Meade residents seek safer boulevard

A public meeting about street improvements for motorists, walkers, joggers and cyclists held at the City Hall on Tuesday shed some light on the wishes of Belle Meade residents. Three public meetings have been held to address the issue of safety on Belle Meade roads over the past year, but Mayor Peggy Warner said no decisions have been made yet. More

Legal group to aid renters

The East Nashville Attorney Caucus officially opened its doors Tuesday at the Y-CAP YMCA on Russell Street in East Nashville. The caucus is the brainchild of East Nashville attorney Whitney Kemper. Kemper solicited other attorneys last winter to work for free to enable low-income renters in the area to take their landlords to court for not keeping their houses and properties up to codes. More

An opportunity to sing tribute to Unsung Heroes

Their faces are not on billboards; their names are not in lights. But the recipients of the fifth annual Unsung Heroes Awards are stars in this community. More

Rocketown boosts youth

When we look at the youth of America, we can wring our hands or roll up our sleeves. Those who have created the Christian entertainment complex Rocketown choose the latter course, believing the young people of America deserve our support, and the alarming issues that affect our youth deserve our attention. More

NES rate increase approved

The city


Want to know more about being a pet owner, Victoria Elliott from the Nashville Public Library suggests books you can check into. More

Middle Tennessee: How much we have grown

Earlier this year, the Southern Environmental Law Center

Our differences fade away when facing an alien threat

In 1987, President Ronald Reagan said to the 42nd General Assembly of the United Nations: "In our obsession with antagonisms of the moment, we often forget how much unites all the members of humanity. Perhaps we need some outside universal threat to make us recognize this common bond. More

Pet Proskids and their pets

Read the pet care advice our kid pet owners offered More

Head: Snakes - Love

Long, slender, legless bodies, glistening scales, a forked tongue, and unblinking eyes make the snake one of the most feared animals on earth. But are snakes really as fearsome as people believe? More

No bones about it, dogs are cool

But the problem with getting a puppy is having to clean up its messes. And trust me, there will be plenty of messes to clean. But how do you train your puppy to go outside when it needs to go to the bathroom?

Reflecting on Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement

Last night at sundown, the Jewish holiday of Yom Kippur began. This day, also known as the Day of Atonement, marks the end of the high holidays for Jews around the world, when their names are hopefully inscribed in God