Berry Hill in limbo as VUMC moves in

Where Vanderbilt goes, will others surely follow? In this case, Berry Hill — perhaps the most quirky and beloved of Davidson County’s satellite cities — is bracing for what could be new buildings, new businesses and new ways to help pedestrians and motorists move from Point A to B to Z. More

China businesses remain warm to Tennessee

Chinese companies will eventually start coming to places like Tennessee regardless of whatever economic incentives the state puts on the table. More

‘Concrete Magazine’ offers scoop on Nashville hip-hop

Growing up in Nashville Bryan Deese was a huge fan of urban and hip-hop music, even delving into it as both a onetime break-dancer and graffiti artist. More

Dave Says

A friend of mine recently got married to a guy after dating him for more than a year. Less than a month after the wedding she found out he had lied about having no debt. He has more than $100,000 in debt that he had filed bankruptcy without telling her. How is this going to affect her and them? — Janice More

News Analysis: Preds deal gets closer, maybe

Mayor Karl Dean and the local investors trying to buy the Nashville Predators may have moved a millimeter closer to a deal on a new lease on the Sommet Center. More

News Analysis: Preds deal gets closer, maybe

Mayor Karl Dean and the local investors trying to buy the Nashville Predators may have moved a millimeter closer to a deal on a new lease on the Sommet Center. More

Mayor’s office rebukes hockeynews.com story of Preds deal

Mayor Karl Dean’s office on Wednesday quickly rebuked a story posted earlier in the day on the Web site thehockeynews.com about the completion of a deal between the city and a group of local investors, led by David Freeman, which want to purchase the Nashville Predators from Craig Leipold. More

Group created to save the Belcourt buys it

Eight years after the formation of the nonprofit Belcourt, Yes!, Inc. by a group of concerned citizens committed to saving the Historic Belcourt Theatre, the organization has purchased the theater and changed its name to Belcourt Theatre, Inc., it was announced Tuesday. More

Dave Says

My husband and I are in our twenties, we have $22,000 in debt and I’m five months pregnant and scared. We both have children from previous marriages who live with us part-time, and together we bring home about $2,000 a month. More

David Briley joins Bone McAllester law firm

Former Metro Council member and mayoral candidate David Briley has joined the Nashville law firm of Bone McAllester Norton, the firm announced this morning. More
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