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May revenues climb to $31.5M more than state budgeted

Finance commissioner says sales tax rebounded with sales of building materials and new automobiles More

Father Ryan sues companies over alleged defective synthetic turf on football field

Suit claims company supplying turf received complaints from customers during construction More

Weekly Obsession: A fake conservative vs. local school boards

Williamson Co. geography textbook draws attention suggesting Israeli-Palestinian conflict is complicated   More

Belmont's law school gets initial OK from American Bar

School must be provisionally accredited for at least two years before applying for full accreditation   More

Stites files BRT amendment to require study of Charlotte as alternate route

Measure would tie study to $7.5M in future engineering funding that Dean is seeking for The Amp   More

Utilities district faces suit over new problem with creek: E. coli

Suit asks for damages related to potential leak and for injunctive relief to force utility to fix problem   More

MNPS officials push for $95M in capital improvements for school district

Metro Council set to vote Tuesday on $300M spending plan for infrastructure projects throughout county   More

Tornado watch issued for most of Middle Tennessee through Monday evening

National Weather Service issues tornado watch for most counties in Middle Tennessee More

Lisa Howe, LGBT activists appeal for 'day in court' after case dismissed

Case, involving former Belmont women’s soccer coach, was dismissed from Chancery Court last year   More

As a thorn in mayor's side, Josh Stites starts to see results, if not credit

At 31, Stites is one of council’s youngest members, and he's an ideological minority on blue-city council More

A decade on, Southern Baptists adapt to new role, smaller influence

"Ten years ago they were passing constitutional amendments against gay marriage. Now they are watching states approve gay marriage and they have no control over it," Emory's David Key said. More

500 years later, theological debate still simmers, splitting Southern Baptists

What may seem an arcane controversy between Calvinists and others has become very heated of late More

Analysis: What now for the symphony?

The symphony, Bank of America have started their own giant game of chicken More

Teen dies after motorcycle wreck involving strange circumstances

Police say second mototcyclist fled scene and someone in SUV drove off with wrecked bike More

Report: Poverty affecting more kids in Davidson County

In 2010, Tennessee saw an uptick of 30,000 more children living in poverty, a 7.8 percent increase over the year before. More
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The Backpage: The Rev. Will Campbell, 1924-2013

Author, civil rights activist, self-proclaimed "bootleg preacher," died in Nashville on Monday at 88 More
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Flying high halfway through term, Haslam stays above fray, political land mines

Haslam's nonconfrontational style makes him hard target, especially without sign of serious opposition More
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After complaints, Williamson school board appoints secret committee to review textbook

Critics take particular issue with portion of textbook that discusses terrorism and political violence More

What's it Worth: Williamson County, June 2013

Our monthly look at four recently sold homes in Tennessee's most affluent county More

State Senate education committee to review Common Core standards

Officials have implemented Common Core standards for two years, but they've come under fire from Tea Party More