Category Archives: Cover Stories

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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…


Several historic commercial buildings downtown receive Metro grants to survive

David Smith Staff Writer 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 has…

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All I wanted was to be left alone to grieve

I have to agree with the comment about courtesy after a tragedy. My husband was shot multiple times on May 2nd at the Exxon across the street from West Harpeth…

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Streak of falling gas prices in Nashville expected to end this week

A steady stream of declining gas prices in the mid-state continued last week, however, the rate at which prices are falling is expected to slow this week and level out….


​Breakfast with politicians

John A.Hobbs hosted the last 2017 Donelson-Hermitage community breakfast.The next is set for January 2018. Politicians aplenty were on hand to breakfast on biscuits and gravy and other Southern delicacies….

Katie Hoovler began using a combination of Nashville’s bus system and her personal    bicycle to commute to and from work after her car was totaled.

Nashville woman uses the bus and her bike to save more than $400 per month

Fed up with the day-to-day hassles of driving, one Nashvillian ditched her vehicle for simpler forms of transportation. In March 2016, Katie Hoovler’s car was totaled while it was parked…


Several members of the Metro Council voice opposition, concern to fairgrounds’ changes

Metro Councilman John Cooper is criticizing a proposed plan to acquire, construct, improve, renovate and equip a Major League Soccer stadium at the Nashville Fairgrounds. “The Mayor’s MLS Stadium proposal…


O’More Designer Show House sets a striking and slightly rebellious air

For the first time in its history, the O’More Designer Show House is in Nashville rather than the Franklin area, where the college of design is located. Previously held in…

John Tesh performs at 8 p.m. Friday, October 27 at the Franklin Theater. In addition to songs, he will reminisce about his days in Nashville.

John Tesh to perform in the town that shaped his career

Pianist and composer John Tesh returns to the town that he credits with shaping his future when he takes to the Franklin Theater stage Friday evening to perform many of…


Group says soccer stadium could be salvation for fairgrounds and speedway

The Save Our Fairgrounds Organization went on record Tuesday night at the public hearing held by the Metropoli-tan Nashville City Council to conditionally support the building of a MLS soccer…