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Ancient Egyptian tomb discovered in Sakkara
Improvements being made to monument site
Charlotte Pike area will be site of Metro
Fourteen acres of land in front of the Wal-Mart Super Center on Charlotte Pike, including a soccer field and a historic site, are slated to become a Metro park.
Ends prep career with 14-0 win in 135-pound finals
Can Bush find eight more Clarence Thomases?
Commodores win openers
Vanderbilt pitcher Steven Faulkner worked five strong innings striking out six and giving up only one earned run in Saturday's win over Belmont
Brentwood High swimmers win Mid-State Regions
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
Metro archivist discovers new
A Metro archivist has discovered the oldest known document owned by the Metro government
Carolyn Ritz was a bit overwhelmed when she attended last week
Sundquist provides details on proposed education initiatives
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