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District basketball races heading into final stretch
The Bears and Cobras mix it up tonight in a pivotal 12-AAA contest.
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
Swim meet tonight
The Brentwood Bruins swim team, champions of the Excel Winter Invitational, where they set three records, are undefeated going into tonights regional meet at the Centennial Sportsplex.
Chances are we
Thompson_Boling Arena has a capacity of 24,535 abd UT's basketball teams have a hard time filling it in a city generally considered a football town.
The lottery is a bad bet for Tennesseans
A referendum on a state lottery is upon us
Dr. Kevin Shrum
Metro condemns Woodland Studios building
The Woodland Studio building in East Nashville's Five Points was recently condemned by Metro officials.
Vols look to stop bleeding
Head coach Rod Barnes' Ole Miss Rebels are coming off a 50-33 stifling of the LSU Tigers Wednesday night.
Smoke-free policy aids Snack Bar business
A businesswoman operating in the Metro courthouse says her decision to ban smoking in her establishment has resulted in increased sales
Vanderbilt seeking revenge against Gamecocks
Cost of parking will increase for new library employees
Commodore ball back with more depth
Karl Nonemaker, a preseason Louisville Slugger Second Team All-American selection is one reason coach Roy Mewbourne likes the Commodores' chances this year.
Cold water hurts fishing
Water temperatures are still way too cold for good fishing activity and this isn
White House to listen to police plan on profiling
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