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Public works enforces water drainage fines

Starting tomorrow, the Metro Public Works department institutes new, stricter regulations to better control illicit non-storm water discharges by companies and individuals. The department will also gain the direct authority to enforce those regulations. More

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Meharry preschool gets six-month stay

Unique design for Friendship Church

"The new facility, with its two wings, has a unique design for a Baptist church. In the 12,000 square foot church, one wing includes the choir section, and the other wing includes the baptistery. In traditional Baptist churches, the baptistery and the choir stand are behind the pulpit. Nothing is behind the pulpit [in the new church] but the cross. More

Voters League trims trash

Reducing the amount of trash is the number one goal of the Nashville League of Women Voters when it comes to Metro

Education: Start at it home, fortified it at school

Would I trade a bilingual educational system for one that would prepare our young people to bank, shop, make change, understand percentage rates when borrowing on any type of loan and be productive people in our society? You bet I would. More

Cyclist Lance Armstrong shines as American hero

He went out and met what was dealt him, and in 1998, after cancer treatment that included surgery and a difficult regimen of chemotherapy, he returned to competitive racing. In 1999, he won the Tour de France. And in 2000, he won the Tour de France. And in 2001, he won the Tour de France. More

Volunteers work to identify historic private cemeteries

If you have a cemetery in your backyard, Metro

Sawyers defends actions in case against two officers

The head of the Office of Professional Accountability, Kennetha Sawyers, defended herself Monday against a complaint that alleges she knowingly presented false evidence and tampered with a witness in the 22-month Ivy Wood investigation. More

Words to live by

Inspiration, explanation and transformations abound in Housden More

Museum would honor African-American past

City Confidential

Kathy Dozier, An angel among us More

City Picks

Here are the headlines in today's City Picks: Live at the Bluebird, Soul from Phillips, and Fox Trot artist. More

Skip Ewing welcomes kids to The Creativity Playshop

Skip Ewing, BMI More

City Picks

Here are the headlines for today's City Picks: Marie Osmond signs book, Former dancer at Davis-Kidd, and 12 @ 12 keeps rockin'. More

Helping those who help themselves

News Briefs

Here are the headlines in today's News Briefs: New Metro Clerk's office to open in Madison, Local church, hospital team up to fight cancer, and Children's choral camp begins singing today.

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Find the waste: Audit our state government

Since the $560 million in tobacco settlement funds is burning a hole in the Tennessee legislators

Hermitage library branch third busiest in Metro

Since opening its doors last August, about 164,500 people have visited the library, making it the third busiest branch, just after the Green Hills and Edmundson Pike branches, according to Branch Manager Gloria Coleman. More