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Two events honor America

Two events today are designed to bring together the community to show support for the terrorist attack victims and America. A Freedom Rally, sponsored by Mix 92.9 and Oldies 96.3, will be held on the steps of the Capitol Building 11 a.m. More

Lockeland Springs home to get association renovation aid

Charles and Pauline Harrison are getting a gift from their neighborhood association in Lockeland Springs. The elderly couple

No more nagging

Whining is no fun - especially if you have to listen to someone else doing it. We talked to some third grade anti-whiners at Percy Priest Elementary School for their suggestions on what to do with constant complainers. More


Victoria Elliott at the Nashville Public Library has some books to read if you

Kids Activities

How to make a pine cone bird feeder and end of summer party with ice cream. More

Kid of the week

DeQuann King is one cute kid. When you see the dimples on the smiling face of this fifth grader who attends the YCAP Academy in East Nashville, you would never know he once had a problem with anger. More

No more whining!

Whining is kind of like musical nagging.

History class gets a lesson to last a lifetime

Students in Allison Cook

Crowd of Nashvillians gather to mourn victims

More than 1,000 Nashvillians gathered last night at Centennial Park to mourn the deaths of those killed by Tuesday's terrorist attacks. Country superstar Martina McBride led the gathering in the Pledge of Allegiance, and then sang her hit More

You Can Win!

CONTEST - Hey kids, we

World Trade Center was unsafe at any height

Even before the full dimensions of tjis tragedy are known, and the horrific loss of life is tallied up, once more, like some NFL Super Bowl score, it seems safe to say that the World Trade Center was unsafe at any height. More

Nashvillians flood center to donate blood for victims

Almost 3,000 pints of blood have been donated in Nashville in the last two days -

Death Notices


All NFL games this weekend have been called off by Commissioner Paul Tagliabue, including the Titans Sunday home game with Cincinnati.

Power board suggests NES rate increase

After hearing Nashville Electric Service officials say they need to generate more revenue, the city

Safety Myers lost for season with knee injury

The Tennessee Titans knew Sunday night that they had probably lost cornerback Dainon Sidney for the season with a torn anterior cruciate ligament. What they didn More

Vandy frosh can catch

Wide receivers haven

Prep Update

If you want your team's updated included, let us know here at The City Paper. Call Anthony Lane at 298-9833, ext. 267 or Dominic Bonvissuto at ext. 234 with your information. More

Trotz visualizing power line


SEC says games will go on

The members of the Southeastern Conference mourn the tragic loss of lives, bodily injury and condemn the acts of destruction which occurred yesterday in this nation. Each of our institutions has been personally touched by these events. After reviewing all of the issues involved, the Southeastern Conference announces that all Conference athletic events will be played as scheduled, including the football games on Saturday, September 15. More