Sunday, 23 October, 2016
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The end of Route 6?
Getting students to school safely and on time is a critical part of their education.
Play ball! Visit to Cooperstown satisfies wintertime longing for baseball
Congo Square is newest addition to Printer
Mid-priced townhouses planned for Germantown area
Plans are in the works for new townhouses at the intersection of Fifth Avenue and Taylor Street in North Nashville
Stratford, Whites Creek approaching showdown
Condo owner questions cost of update project
An owner of a condo at Belle Meade Tower Condominiums (BMTC) has pledged to continue his fight against BMTC
Striders prepare for Country Music Marathon
April 28 will mark the second annual Country Music Marathon, and many Nashvillians have been gearing up for it for months.
Following his first day of teaching at Fisk University, former Vice President Al Gore told the anxious crowd waiting outside Jubilee Hall,
Petition filed to overturn NAACP vote
Members of the local NAACP are contesting the results of the organization
Wallace narrowly wins NAACP presidency
.500 not good enough
Predators captain Tom Fitzgerald warns that .500 hockey will not make the playoffs
MTA to suspend bus service for some students
Magnet school children in the Bordeaux area who ride public transportation may have to find another way to get to school starting in April
Owner of empty Midtown building considers options
The owner of a Midtown building that has sat empty for almost 10 years says he intends to intensify his efforts to use the structure.
Stallings reaching frustration limit
South Carolina coach Eddie Fogler made another victorious return to Memorial Gym on Saturday night.
Harrison could make difference
Vanderbilt's basketball fans make no bones about showing their interest in Brentwood Academy's David Harrison coming to play for the Commodores in Memorial Gym
Gore begins first day teaching Fisk students
After conceding one of the most controversial presidential elections in U.S. history, former Vice President Al Gore begins a new career today.
Bisons close home season
Goodpasture product Albert Hacker is showing signs of vast improvement for the Bisons
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