'City Paper' Interview: Dean on transit

Mayor, advisers sit down for discussion of bus rapid transit, what he calls city’s top priority after education More

Council approves $1.8B budget, $200K fairgrounds subsidy

Public hearing on spending plan dominated by supporters and opponents of $175M BRT 'Amp' project More

Nashville creatives are working for less — or even free — but doing what they love

Can Nashville offer enough sustainable careers for those who are essential to the city's unique spirit? More

Revised labor stats show Nashville led country in 2012 job growth

Bureau of Labor Statistics show MSA growth was highest among metros with more than 1 million residents   More

Nashville Chamber speaks out against satellite cities bill

Chamber's Marc Hill says legislation 'would undo much of the government efficiency ... in Davidson County' More

Weekly Obsession: Our obsessions, from Powers Boothe to secession

Nashville is rich with enough stories for century’s-worth of primetime drama, and we’re obsessed with them all More

Year in Review: Education tops 2012 newsmaker list as state, Metro grapple over schools

Battles over Great Hearts application, school board elections and vouchers led education headlines in 2012 More

Chamber report: Metro school reforms head in right direction but progress crawls forward

MNPS needs to focus on bringing better charter schools into district, report says More

Bill advances that prevents Metro officials from using public money on signs naming them

Councilman Josh Stites said former Clerk John Arriola 'bucked the policy' already in place preventing such expenditures   More

School board races awash in money, old-fashioned effort provides difference

Amy Frogge said simply 'hard work' pushed her campaign past highest fundraising campaign ever for school board More
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