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Only two races remain in the Nashville Speedway USAseason

Bowl-hunters: half-empty or half-full?

Two-a-day practices are wrapping up across the Southeastern Conference this week, and every team is optimistic about what lies ahead in the next four months. There is not one SEC team that is not thinking bowl, while several are thinking Bowl Championship Series. More

Hillsboro's Henry hammers it everyday

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County road construction listed for upcoming week

Whatever I now know as true was first learned from Mama


Project DIANE combines technology, education

As Project DIANE nears its 10th birthday, founder Dr. Steve Shao is excited about the video conference/distance learning network

Death Notices

The relegation of Tennessee

With budget cuts looming, as well as talk of capping enrollment at Tennessee colleges because of financial woes, I wish to review the status of higher education in Tennessee. More

MDHA, property owner in dispute over land

The Metropolitan Development and Housing Authority plans to build affordable town homes on a lot in North Nashville, even though the owner of the lot is involved in a court case against MDHA and, if he prevails, the agency would likely have to give the land back. More

News Briefs

Here are just a few of the headlines in today's News Briefs: Kroger fuel center to open in Bordeaux, Concert to benefit Alzheimer's Association and East Nashville Caucus meets to discuss crime. More

An East Coast rag dabs at Tennessee fiscal status

The front page of Thursday

NES rate might be raised to improve customer service

On the heels of a consultant

Reading push is on

With the push from Director of Schools Dr. Pedro Garcia to get Metro

It's air-rageous: The friendly skies have turned on us

Talk about family unfriendly! America West Airlines loses kids in airports and then decides to punish families for its mistakes. Three different times in recent weeks, America West employees put kids traveling without their parents on the wrong airplanes, even though the families had paid extra for escorts to accompany the children from one flight to another. More

Cage, Cruz love story is focus of

When a director must try and merge two powerful themes into one coherent story, only the most skillful can keep one element from overpowering the other. John Madden didn More

School short on equipment

The new John F. Kennedy Middle School welcomed students last week with colorful hallways, bright blue lockers and a spacious gymnasium. Unfortunately, that More

A 'shower' ahead

Families and businesses in the Antioch area are invited to an unusual

Curtis decides to make a more joyful album

Folk singer/songwriter Catie Curtis was fully aware of the expectations and stereotypes that many fans had regarding the mood and artistic direction her fourth album would take. The Boston performer had previously been praised for introspective, heart-felt narratives, and she knew audiences were anticipating she

City Picks

Here are just a few of the headlines in today's City Picks: Wheeler and Dungey headline at Belle Meade Plantation, 'Guys and Dolls' shows at the Belcourt, Making bread's easier than you think and Belcourt Theatre hosts Gillian Welch.

Local art events color the weekend line up

Shellia Bailey shows off 'Sinners' at Slow Bar, Zeitgeist features young, contemporary art at its best, and American Impressionism makes its way to the Mid-South.