Category Archives: Cover Stories

Amber Schelfe with Raven, one of the puppies available for adoption at Crossroads Campus.      - photo by Brenda Batey

Crossroads Campus helps homeless youth and animals find better lives

Brenda Batey | GCA News Young adults and pets who need a safe place to land are finding it at Crossroads Campus, which brings the two together in a mutually…

The Acme Farm Supply building, added to the National Register in 1998, is one of dozens of late 19th and early 20th-century downtown buildings.    - photo by Brent Moore

Several historic commercial buildings downtown receive Metro grants to survive

David Smith | GCA News The historic farm supply building in downtown Nashville was built beside the Cumberland River in 1890 as a three-story grocery store and buggy business and…

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The photo that said it all

Horace Johns | GCA News This past Saturday, my wife and I attended a Veterans Day celebration.  It was inspiring, as usual.  However, my article this week is inspired most…

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Iconic portraits preserve faces of veterans

GCA Staff | GCA News Italian philosopher, essayist, poet and novelist George Santayana is credited with the saying, “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” As…

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Sheriff Daron Hall to seek fifth term in 2018

GCA Staff | GCA News Nashville native Daron Hall, who is currently serving his fourth term as sheriff, plans to seek re-election in next year’s May primary with the general…

Holocaust survivor Frances Haun (red blouse, left) with part of the history class from Nashville State Community College.  - photo by Dru S

Holocaust; Cumberland Heights; Chagall

Dru Smith | GCA News Holocaust: History Professor Robert Evins Pickard noted many students in his Nashville Community College class had little knowledge of the Holocaust. Six million Jews perished…

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Nashville Christmas Village returns this weekend to the Tennessee State Fairgrounds

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas at the Tennessee State Fairgrounds in Nashville with all of the lights, merriment, and cheer headed that way! From November 10-12, merchants…

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Making Merry Street Festival will kick off the holiday season in Berry Hill this weekend

From a Kids’ Zone to a Pup Parade, free activities, live entertainment, contests, street vendors and more, the 2017 Making Merry Street Festival will kick off the holiday season from…

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More middle-income senior and workforce housing units planned in traditionally pricey areas

David Smith Staff Writer Over  $5 million will be spread out between 10 Nashville organizations for the creation of discounted housing units in pricey neighborhoods. The Metro Housing Trust Fund…

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Crossroads Campus helps homeless youth and animals find better lives

Brenda Batey Contributer to The News Young adults and pets who need a safe place to land are finding it at Crossroads Campus, which brings the two together in a…