Nashville's budget hearings are now a speedy pitchfest

May 6, 2016
City officials have 7 minutes to convince a panel to fund their departments.
Nashville's Transit Chief Steve Bland (left) pitches Mayor Megan Barry on a new payment method for riders of city buses.
Office of Mayor Megan Barry

Homeless youth in Nashville struggle as rents soar

Mar 28, 2016
To help accurately count homeless youth, one center hosted a slumber party.
About three dozen of Nashville's homeless young adults spent the night at The Oasis Center during this year's "Youth Count," which features a talent show and karaoke slumber party.
Tony Gonzalez/WPLN
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Local Money: Universities look to expand

Dec 18, 2015
Like many other universities, Vanderbilt University is looking to grow.

Car 'vending machine' built to save on delivery costs

Dec 4, 2015
Carvana official says retail location in Nashville is more than a gimmick.

Nashville: luring more than young musicians these days

Nov 5, 2015
In the last four years, Nashville has grown by more than it did in the prior decade.

Finding local labor for public projects

Aug 4, 2015
Should contractors who bid on public projects be forced to hire more local workers?

Should only farmers be allowed to sell in farmers markets?

May 21, 2015
Defining what a farmers market is can be difficult.

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Ask not what Marketplace can do for you, but what you can do for Marketplace.

NHL team wants to put ticket resales on ice

Feb 25, 2015
The Nashville Predators are trying to limit opposing fans at home games.

Inside Nashville's valet parking boom

Aug 29, 2014
With spaces at a premium, restaurateurs are getting help from private companies.

Nashville tries to boost civic pride with an investment fund

Aug 27, 2014
Having a single share is like buying stock in all of Nashville's public companies.

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