Category Archives: Cover Stories

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State urges residents to vote early to avoid long lines due to lengthy ballot in this election

Emily Ledbetter Associate Editor Perhaps the lengthiest ballot in Tennessee’s history, the August 7 election lines are also sure to be some of the longest. More than 6,000 candidates are…

The three-story Courtyard Nashville in Green Hills features a rooftop pool, an outdoor fire pit and fountain, fitness center and guest laundry, and offers 1606 square feet of meeting space to accommodate functions of up to 150 people.

Courtyard Marriott celebrates opening of Green Hills addition

The Marriott recently held the grand opening of its newest venture, Courtyard Nashville in Green Hills on Thursday, July 17. The new hotel is the company’s fourth Courtyard in the…

Pictured in the back row (L to R): Marine Recruit Katherine Potts, Marine Recruit Ben Gentry, Sgt. Jonathan Lozado, Sue Schmitter, Betty DeGraaf, Bonnie Stuck, Cheryl Hofman, Sue Comer, Pam Wilder, Robin Aguilar and Jeannie Vraciu. Pictured in the front row (L to R): Patti Hash, Amber Stormberg and Sherry Myers-Sonnenberg.

Assistance League clothes 3400 MNPS students this fall

Emily Ledbetter Associate Editor Since 2005, the Assistance League of Nashville has distributed new school supplies and clothing through Operation School Bell — a hand-in-hand program with Metropolitan Nashville Public…

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Friends of Radnor Lake acquire 15 more acres

Friends of Radnor Lake (FORL), a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting, preserving and promoting the natural integrity of Radnor Lake through land acquisition, environmental education and park support, has acquired…

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Group of shoplifters take $50,000 worth of purses and handbags from Green Hills’ Nordstrom

Emily Ledbetter Associate Editor On Thursday evening, the mood at Nordstrom in The Mall at Green Hills was a normal, peaceful atmosphere. Customers and employees went about their errands and…

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A salute to John Seigenthaler

Gary Cunningham President and Publisher We wanted to do something to show our respect to our friend, journalist, and Civil Rights icon, John Seigenthaler. The question is, what could we…

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Comdata sponsors ‘real world’ experience for kids

Sarah Stringfellow Staff Writer Between the fictitious Money Street and Justice Way, sits JA BizTown, an interactive simulated community completely run by children. The town is operated by the Junior…

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Baseball complex inaugurates new light system with baseball tournament

Emily Ledbetter Associate Editor The West Nashville Sports League hosted the 10U Cal Ripken Eastern Tennessee State Baseball Tournament this over the Fourth of July weekend. Joining the West Nashville…

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Metro Archives moves into state-of-the-art downtown space

Sarah Stringfellow Staff Writer Since the 18th century, Nashville has been a mixture of Cherokee warriors, Rockabilly star-seekers and adventure capitalists. With its new location, the Nashville Metro Archives hopes…

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Police padlock Hallmark Inn on Trinity Lane after citing the motel as public nuisance

Police raided and executed a padlock order on a north Nashville motel Tuesday morning after it was declared a public nuisance due to a long record of criminal activity. Metropolitan…