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QBs duel in rematch

It was a simple question, but it acted like the pause button of a VCR on the conversation. Coach David Martin was asked when a contest between his Goodpasture Cougars and David Lipscomb More

Sounds possible opening last Greer homestand

The end of the 2001 baseball season is near for the Nashville Sounds, who shined in Florida during spring training and then saw their season snowball downhill thereafter. The Sounds finish a less-than-spectacular season starting tonight with a four-game Pacific Coast League series against the visiting Tucson Sidewinders. More

Metros get down to business of playoffs

Enough of the business of soccer. For the Nashville Metros, it's once again time to get down to business as the Charlotte Eagles come to town Saturday night. Every game brings a different goal. It's our goal to get to the playoffs, and if we finish third we get a guaranteed spot. More

Planning board defers Midtown tower project

The Metro Planning Commission yesterday deferred voting on a zoning change request after developers of a proposed twin apartment towers complex in Midtown decided they need more time to fine-tune their plan. More

RiverChase Apartments celebrates grand opening

Mayor Bill Purcell, Bank of America

Park fans react to closures

The announcement of park closures throughout the state has citizens and public officials upset as they look ahead to Labor Day weekend. Although Nashvillians won More

Sundquist budget cuts impact 14 state parks

Gov. Don Sundquist announced yesterday a $3.2-million budget cut for the Division of State Parks that will mean closing and partially closing 14 state parks. More

Titans tame Lions 28-25 in final tuneup

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Fountain Square restaurant set for October opening

A local businessman plans to turn part of Fountain Square into a restaurant and entertainment center. Vernon Acklin plans to open Bermuda's Restaurant and Entertainment Complex in October in the space once occupied by Heartthrobs nightclub. More

MTSU steps up

Now Middle Tennessee State can talk a blue streak. Dwone Hicks carried the ball 37 times for 203 yards and four touchdowns and the Blue Raiders amassed over 600 yards of total offense in a 37-28 defeat of Vanderbilt Thursday night at Vanderbilt Stadium. It was the school More

TSU opens up Saturday night at Adelphia

It's that great time of the year for football players. They finally get to hit on the other guys. Just ask any member of the Tennessee State University football team as they prepare for Saturday's John Merritt Football Classic showdown with Alabama A&M at Adelphia Coliseum (kickoff: 7 p.m.). More

Hall of Fame Box 163 holds memories of

I went to a family reunion this week. Good food, lots of fun, terrific music and fabulous pictures. I laughed and cried, pointed and remembered. I went to visit the new Country Music Hall of Fame. More

Garcia outlines changes for students, principals

Six weeks into his new job, Metro School Superintendent Dr. Pedro Garcia addressed 40 journalists, parents and educators in the Bell South Building Thursday and gave a preview of his expectations. Hosted by the Society of Professional Journalists, the lunch meeting was a question-and-answer session between print and TV journalists and Garcia. More

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News Briefs

Here are the headlines in today's News Briefs: Union to sponsor labor history show, Fisk president addresses students and Sing for United Way. More

United Way, IBM donate computers

The United Way of Metropolitan Nashville and IBM

Firefighters set to compete

Nashville will be one of 20 cities to host the Firefighter Combat Challenge, a part of the National Safety Challenge Tour. More than 200 firefighters will test their skills in a grueling competition of strength, endurance and discipline. More

Buena Vista Pike neighbors threaten suit over development

Neighbors in North Nashville's Buena Vista Pike Area said they are prepared to seek legal action over the development of the Creekside neighborhood at a meeting Tuesday night hosted by Councilwoman Brenda Gilmore. More

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Labor Day gives a time for workers to slow down

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