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Nashville A-List Business Women’s network meets for annual event

Frost Brown Todd hosted the second annual Nashville A-List Business Women’s Network event at the Patron Platinum Club in Bridgestone Arena on May 21. About 70 women executives from a…

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Historical Commission honors eleven outstanding Nashville preservation projects

The Metropolitan Historical Commission celebrated its 39th Annual Preservation Awards program on May 28 at the Nashville Public Library, downtown. Seven properties received awards and four received honorable mentions. Mayor…

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JA volunteers inspire over 5,000 area students in ten days

Students in Davidson, Williamson, Wilson, and Rutherford Counties received an entire JA program experience this month. Over the course of ten school days, 294 volunteers from 22 companies inspired 5,063…

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Governor Haslam memorializes six Tennesseans who gave the ultimate sacrifice for their country

Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam joined Tennessee Department of Veterans Affairs Commissioner Many-Bears Grinder and Major General Terry “Max” Haston of the Tennessee Military Department to pay tribute to six Tennesseans…

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Mayor unveils final design for West Riverfront

Mayor Karl Dean has unveiled the final design and new renderings of phase one of the West Riverfront Park, an 11-acre civic park on the site of the former Thermal…

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Belmont Mansion brings 200 original items back to Adelicia Acklen’s home

Over 125 years after leaving the country estate known to nineteenth century Nashville residents as simply Belmont, a large collection of personal items belonging to the beautiful, wealthy and resourceful …

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John Early Museum Magnet Middle School wins ‘Battle of the Books’

For nearly a year, they’ve been preparing for battle and 23 Metro public middle schools qualified for this year’s “Battle of the Books,” a story trivia tournament held on Thursday,…

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Metro Office killed in the line of duty Officer Petrina paid the ultimate price for MNPD

The men and women of the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department are mourning the death of South Precinct Officer Michael Petrina, who was killed in the line of duty at 9:48…

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Mayor launches ‘Walk 100 Miles with Nashville’

Mayor Karl Dean today launched the new Walk 100 Miles with Nashville walking movement, a follow-up to the highly successful Walk 100 Miles with the Mayor initiative. He is encouraging…