• March 25, 2015

    Gun-carry rights may soon trump employer...

    Tiffany L. Dale Staff Writer The third time’s a charm for gun legislation aimed at clarifying where registered gun owners may carry their weapons. T...
  • March 25, 2015

    The Nashville City Cemetery takes us fro...

    Sarah Stringfellow Staff Writer A walk through a cemetery, amongst the aging steady headstones, under leafy trees, might seem like a walk back in time...
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    March 18, 2015

    Potholes continue to irritate drivers, s...

    Tiffany L. Dale Staff Writer The ice and snow have long melted as spring begins ushering in warmer weather. But Nashville area motorists continue to...
  • Nashville Skyline
    March 18, 2015

    Nashville’s business star continue...

    Tiffany L. Dale Staff Writer Nashville turned itself into an “it city” with accomplishments in the entertainment industry, but recent developments...
  • Pay Truck
    March 18, 2015

    What would you do for a dollar?

    Sarah Stringfellow Staff Writer Money talks. That’s the tactic Farm Animal Rights Movement is utilizing to win over legions of local college student...

Gun-carry rights may soon trump employer policies in Tennessee

Tiffany L. Dale Staff Writer The third time’s a charm for gun legislation aimed at clarifying where registered gun owners may carry their weapons. Tennessee gun owners were dealt a…

The Nashville City Cemetery takes us from cradle to compost

Sarah Stringfellow Staff Writer A walk through a cemetery, amongst the aging steady headstones, under leafy trees, might seem like a walk back in time. Death is one of the…

Social 3-19-2015

Brindley Art Show for Belmont Mansion A reception was held for the art show and sale of Charles Brindley’s art to benefit Belmont Mansion. Numerous paintings and drawings which Brindley…

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Business Briefs 3-19-2015

Concept Technology Middle Tennessee IT service provider Concept Technology, Inc. has announced the addition of three new employees to its team: Joe Atnip as sales engineer, Evan Brown as IT…

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Hooligans celebrate

Erin Go Bragh: Nashville Mayor Karl Dean thanked Hooligan’s St. Patrick’s Day celebrants for honoring him with 2015 Shillelagh. Glancing at the Metro Council members around the room, he joked,…

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Thoughts on Clinton

Hillary Clinton may become the Democratic nominee for president in 2016, but it will happen now in spite of Clinton’s credibility and integrity stumble brought on by her email scandal…

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The truth about frivolous tax arguments­– Part 2

As published by the Internal Revenue Service in January 2015– The meaning of income: taxable income and gross income. 1. Contention: Wages, tips, and other compensation re- ceived for personal…

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Next year, speedos?

The Vanderbilt rape trial is a stark example of one of the effects of sexually objectifying women. Many, including numerous political and private sector city leaders, expressed outrage at the…

Metro announces teachers of the year

Metro Schools and the city of Nashville offer congratulations to the 2014-15 Teachers of the Year. This group of incredible educators have been selected by their peers as some of…

100-year-old Elsa celebrates special day

  Elsa Richter celebrated a major milestone– her 100th birthday on March 9. Lisa Travis and Lee Ann Burney, Richter’s granddaughters, were there to celebrate.