Watkins enlists businesses for latest art project

The art collection at the Watkins School of Art & Design has been professionally appraised and cataloged for the first time, thanks to faculty, student volunteers and the efforts of two local businesspeople. More

Solomon builds diverse clientele

Working from the Solomon Builders Inc. office on Trousdale Drive in South Nashville, Osman oversees about 90 employees. The company serves as a general contractor/builder, with a focus on the Middle Tennessee market. More

EEOC moves to protect teen workers

Last September, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) announced that it was embarking on an

Bringing dialysis where it

With the dialysis industry now valued at $15 billion annually, there are three companies headquartered in the Nashville area that specialize in care for the growing number of Americans with renal disease. More

Executive Appointments

Gensemer joins Stringfellow Technology Group More Mailnet Services Inc. adds Web developers New agents join Crye-Leike more ...

Betting the farm on CSA

Tuning out the Interstate 840 traffic that whizzes past their farm in rural College Grove, Cindy and Hank Delvin admire the blooms on the 4,000 strawberry plants they recently planted in nine neat rows. By the first week of May, each plant should yield a quart of Chandler strawberries. More

Legal Listings

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Briefs

Tennessee participates in World Expo More Kroger opens new Franklin store Songwriters group seeks funds more ...

Ways to make Gateway more welcoming

The Gateway Bridge had been open only one week before citizens began

Inflation contributes to volatile markets

Last week was marked by increasing volatility in the stock markets, oil prices increasing more than 10 percent to move back into the mid-$50-per-barrel range, and several companies, notably in the technology sector, reporting better-than-expected first-quarter earnings. More
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