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Metro'sAnimal Services set to open new facility

The new Metro Animal Services Shelter has yet to open, but already there is a sense of excitement from those involved with one of the city

City Party Tour

Nashvillian of the Year More

From clothesline to online

Communication in Nashville

The revolution will be televised

Networks offer extensive slate of Black History month specials More

Making beautiful music

The Blair String Quartet plays free concert this Sunday More

Color it black

A full slate of local activities celebrate Black History Month More

Brad Hopkins' Pro Bowl Postcard

Greetings from Hawaii More

Preds looking for win at Los Angeles

Rookie defenseman Mark Eaton has had a quick goal-scoring impact on the Predators after being acquired from the Philadelphia Flyers earlier this season

Sports Shorts

Belmont-UTM, part two

Tara Montgomery is one of four Belmont players averaging in double figures More

Sled hockey team limits no one

Mike Sells is just one of 20 players on the Regulators sled hockey team, ranging from 6 to 54 years of age

Kats' original franchise players returning

Nashville Kats head coach Pat Sperduto has his eye on big things this year after retaining all of his key players in the offseason More

The Reverse Angle

Death Notices

Judge finds pet owner guilty of animal cruelty

Metro Environmental Court fined pet owner Harold Stevenson $50 yesterday on animal cruelty charges More

Mayor's Office releases audit findings

Comprehensive changes for Metro schools listed in lengthy report More

Help all kids surf the web

Reform, not a drug war,' best for kids

The federal government spent more than $18 billion on the War on Drugs last year More

NAACP vote postponed; possible fraud at issue

National NAACP officials disband local election committee More

Belmont University proposal would ease parking problems

Two new parking garages proposed for Belmont University will ease parking problems More