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This is the second monthly column of the yearlong Civility Tennessee campaign. [Read More]
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The Tennessean's Diversity and Inclusion Task Force will host its first quarterly conversation of the year on March 8.        ... [Read More]
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On three tough decisions, council members stayed focused on transparency, civility and public service.        ... [Read More]
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Opinion Engagement Editor David Plazas elaborates on the reactions that Nashville has had since the news of Mayor Barry's affair was announced        ... [Read More]
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The mayor we trusted and supported displayed an utter lack of judgment that calls into question her decision making. [Read More]
Americans at a grassroots level can take control of their own destiny and be the change they want to be.        ... [Read More]
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The gubernatorial candidates present at the recent televised forum aligned on the need for a quality education.        ... [Read More]
Music City's cost of living and traffic problems, while frustrating to locals, are low compared with the rest of the U.S. [Read More]
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Voters deserve to know as much as they can about who will become the state's next chief executive.        ... [Read More]
Former Memphis man, now of Wilson County, is vindicated and deserves full compensation.        ... [Read More]
Editorial: He voted against the rushed GOP tax reform bill once before.        ... [Read More]
There have been numerous developments since the series began in January, and here is a review of what's happened since.        ... [Read More]
Mini-commentaries about Nashville in 2018.        ... [Read More]
National League of Cities executive gives city leaders advice on navigating the future.        ... [Read More]
We are still faced with a terrible problem of bullying that has damaged children.        ... [Read More]
The Tennessee senator is a conservative deficit hawk who once praised and closely advised the president. [Read More]
RSVP for the Dec. 20 movie showing, discussion and photo show at events.tennessean.com.        ... [Read More]
You can watch live on The Tennessean's Facebook page at 2 p.m. CT Wednesday.        ... [Read More]
Gubernatorial candidates Diane Black, Beth Harwell and Craig Fitzhugh show commitment to transparency.        ... [Read More]
Short-term rentals will be regulated more strictly, but to what extent won't be clear until January.        ... [Read More]
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