Category Archives: Cover Stories

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Korean War Veterans Bridge will go red and white Thursday to honor our emergency responders

Around the country, including right in Davidson County, May 21st through May 27th is designated as Emergency Medical Services (EMS) week. EMS week was first declared by President Gerald Ford…


Newest toy craze is part of the routine for local store

  David Smith   Staff Writer While children will play with whatever they can find, such as sticks and rocks, a new golden age of “the toy” is happening.  While…


Neighborhood Nostalgia: Nashville during the years of World War II

   E.D. Thompson    Contributor Probably the first sign of the war era came to Nashville when Aviation Manufacturing Corporation of California (later to be called AVCO) announced plans to…


The cool sounds of summer: outdoor concert series kicks off

The long-running outdoor concert series Musicians Corner has sprouted back up at Centennial Park every Friday and Saturday night through June 24. Fridays are billed as “Acoustic Friday Nights,” while…

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Does the Predators’ run to Stanley Cup Finals make Nashville a hockey town?

David Smith Staff Writer Predators hockey fans across the country are already imagining what Nashville will look like as a hockey town, after the team’s series victory against the Ducks…

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George Washington print and book donated to Holy Rosary Academy

The Rachel Stockley Donelson (RSD) Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR) donated a large framed print of George Washington to Holy Rosary Academy….

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Top Tennessee General addresses Rachel Stockley Donelson DAR Chapter

Major General Max Haston, the 75th Adjutant General of Tennessee, addressed the Rachel Stockley Donelson (RSD) Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR) at…

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State justice center honored Nashville woman as “Mother of the Year”

David Smith Staff Writer Margaret Danko, a dedicated full-time caregiver in Nashville, is being honored as a 2017 Mother of the Year by the Tennessee Justice Center (TJC). The award…


Recent graduate hopes to break travel record, visit all 197 countries

David Smith Staff Writer While traveling around the world in 80 days may be an impossibility, soon-to-be Vanderbilt University graduate Taylor Demonbreun has just publicly announced her plan to visit…


Nearby state parks will offer guided hikes on June 3

Tennessee State Parks will celebrate National Trails Day with free, guided hikes at all 56 parks on Saturday, June 3. The parks in Nashville include Radnor Lake State Park, Bicentennial…