Howard Gentry picked to replace Torrence as Criminal Court clerk

Former vice mayor becomes first African-American to hold one of Metro's constitutional seats More

Gentry picks up high marks for Criminal Court clerk job

Bar association members recommend former vice mayor over other candidates  More

Five candidates to vie for Criminal Court clerk position

Veteran Metro leaders Craddock, Gentry joined by three others hoping to replace Torrence More

Republicans, Craddock say vote 'yes' on fairgrounds referendum

Straw poll reveals area GOP favors maintaining historic property More

Weekly Obsession: Fairgrounds gets a vote

Petition drive yields sufficient signatures — and more than enough controversy More

Craddock cites financial woes, withdraws from mayoral race

Unable to raise needed cash, council member gives in to 'harsh reality of politics' More

Fairgrounds referendum criticized as ploy to aid Dean foe

Steine questions motive of council colleague Hollin More

Council's Craddock says Criminal Court clerk should be removed

WSMV-TV report shows Torrence taking off multiple work days More

Dean's first term as mayor draws mixed reviews from Republicans

Evidence of a budding conservative insurgency to defeat Metro head is lacking More

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