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Judge tosses ward's claim
A Davidson County circuit court judge has thrown out part of a suit filed against a former public guardian who was removed from her post following multiple questions about her billing practices, including charging attorney-level fees for accompanying wards on shopping trips or attending a concert.
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Sun Mar 09, 2014
Columbia Daily Herald
First Farmers increasing reach
An artists rendering depicts First Farmers & Merchants Bank newest branch that will be located in Green Hills.
Joelton is center of life on Paradise Ridge
Sitting atop a rocky ridge in northwest Davidson County, Joelton seems a world away from Nashville even though it's less than a half-hour from the state capitol building -- if you take Interstate 24. Folks here drive the back roads.
Gail Kerr: Domestic violence is thorny issue for DA candidates
Domestic violence and the freedom of the public to look at records in the Vanderbilt rape case are emerging as campaign issues in the race to see who becomes Nashville's next attorney general.
Metro holds rabies shot drive
In 37 cases of rabies reported in Tennessee last year, 18 came from the Middle Tennessee area.
Enroll now for Metro Schools online classes
Students who want to get ahead in their high school coursework can enroll now for online classes this summer through Metro Nashville Public Schools.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Records: Gasoline poured on bed started fatal East Nashville fire
The house fire that killed an East Nashville man in August began when his stepson doused a bed with gasoline, authorities say in records made available in Davidson County court.
13th Judicial Drug Court celebrates first graduates
Brad Emerton, right, speaks with Judge Seth Norman as Jerry Randolph listens. Emerton and Randolph are both recent graduates of the 13th Judicial District Drug Court program.
Child pornography investigation continues across state lines
The Nashville police department's investigation into a suspected child pornography producer continues across state boundaries as detectives locally and in other states work to determine who else shared in illegal pornographic images of children.
DA hopefuls discuss how they'd run office
The three Democratic candidates running to replace Davidson County District Attorney Torry Johnson appeared for the first time together as candidates at a forum Thursday night.
Ms. Cheap: There's much to see this weekend for little cost
It looks like a great cheap weekend, with some good, affordable theater coming up, a free living history event, an opportunity to see some art, a chance to build your own bluebird house and some unique bargain-shopping opportunities.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Memphis Commercial Appeal
Local law firms need clarification about proceeding with suits against Bartlett cemetery
Two local legal teams will seek permission from a Davidson County chancellor to continue their pursuit of class action lawsuits in connection with Galilee Memorial Gardens.
Peter Cooper: War Memorial Auditorium looks as good as new
Gorgeous downtown building, where they used to have the "Grand Ole Opry." Roy Acuff, Bill Monroe, Ernest Tubb and many other country music giants played there.
The Stop Amp End-Around
Mayor Karl Dean's proposed bus rapid transit line, The Amp, made it through an important checkpoint this week when the project showed up in President Barack Obama's fiscal year 2015 budget proposal.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Sixth arrest made in Franklin home invasion case
Franklin Police arrested a sixth person they believe was involved in the home invasion last week that led to a police pursuit into Davidson County.
Saint Thomas pays $1.1M for Midtown land
Saint Thomas Midtown Hospital has paid $1.1 million for two parcels in Midtown, according to Davidson County property records.
Three Things to Know From Last Night's Metro Council Meeting
As they insist on doing every couple of weeks, the Metro Council convened last night at the courthouse.
Suspended Vanderbilt football assistant pleads guilty to DUI
Vanderbilt University assistant football coach Vavae Tata, who was suspended last month after he was charged with DUI, pleaded guilty to the DUI charge this morning.
Bill would bar city, county employees from holding office in that municipality
West Wilson Middle School Principal Wendell Marlowe thinks his 35 years as an educator in Wilson County Schools makes him a better county commissioner, a job he has held for 22 years.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Metro Schools Announce Closings For Wednesday
Officials with the Metro Nashville Public Schools said Tuesday evening that all schools would be closed on March 5. They said areas in Joelton, Goodlettsville, Bellevue and Hermitage are still experiencing icing problems.