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James Elmer Johnson, 75, of Pleasant View, died on Saturday, March 30, 2013, at Baptist Hospital in Nashville. Comment?
The U.S. Postal Service says it plans to conduct an emergency preparedness exercise in Nashville this week. Comment?
Buses outside of Shayne Elementary School were reported vandalized this morning, a Nashville dispatcher confirmed. Comment?
A water main is broken near Hermitage Avenue and Decatur Street, a Nashville dispatcher said. Comment?
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Kendra Tiedemann's 8-year-old son has been carrying an epinephrine injector with him since he was 3. But the Franklin mother says not all children may have the so-called EpiPen, a device designed to quickly treat serious allergic reactions. Comment?
Half a century ago, the founding fathers of Metro knew their city was coming up short. Comment?
Mt. Juliet alumnus Kyle Smith hit a grand slam over Hawkins Field's 35-foot wall in left field to give No. Comment?
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Starting Monday, Tennessee doctors prescribing painkillers and other controlled substances will be required to check their patients' prescription history to prevent abuse and doctor shopping. Comment?
"Peace begins in the hearts." President Obama's recent speech in Jerusalem was spellbinding, solidifying his alliance with Israel while urging Israelis to think not only of their security, but also of peace. Comment?
Metro's anniversary this week will be golden, and the party will be free. The city is throwing a celebration from noon to 3 p.m. Saturday on the Public Square in front of the historic Metro courthouse. Comment?
An associate pastor from one of the largest evangelical churches in the country plans to plant 20 churches in Nashville neighborhoods over the next 20 years. Comment?
My colleagues and I -- along with many in city government circles -- have been immersed in Nashville history the past few weeks as Nashville prepares for its 50th birthday bash. Comment?
When Gov. Bill Haslam strode into the chamber for a joint session of the state legislature Wednesday morning, few in the room knew how he planned to resolve perhaps the biggest dilemma he has faced since being sworn into office in 2011. Comment?
Name: Mark Williams Age: 30 Title: Co-founder, president and CEO of Beardition Background: Mark Williams' chestnut beard grew tremendously during his 30-day, 240-mile hike of the Appalachian Trail. Comment?
I had just gotten home from a trip to Atlanta on Tuesday afternoon when I opened my newspaper to see a story about how Nashville's efforts to honor its civil rights activists were meeting some resistance. Comment?
I am by no means a travel expert, but I do know how to take a relatively cheap family vacation. Comment?
On paper, Cal Evans' work commute looks horribly long. He lives in Nashville but works for Kony Solutions, a mobile enterprise application development platform provider based some 600 miles away in Orlando, Fla. Comment?
Carrie Gerlach Cecil is a longtime Hollywood publicist and writer who moved to Nashville when her ex-football player husband, Chuck Cecil, took a coaching job with the Titans. Comment?
Local connection: Nashville; Trevecca basketball Currently: Trevecca women's coach The update: Van Atta graduated from NAIA Trevecca in 1979, where he was the co-captain of the basketball team his senior year. Comment?
Being a low-income criminal defendant in Tennessee can often mean having disappointing legal representation, according to a recent study. Comment?