Good morning, Nashville. Today’s primary kicks off what’s sure to be an eventful election season all around. For a list of the primaries you may want to be watching out for, check out TennViews. And if you’re wondering where you can get in on the action, head over to the Davidson County Election Commission’s website to find out where you can vote.
- Fight! Fight! After a few weeks of practicing against themselves, the Titans are ready to start playing other people. In their first practice with the St. Louis Rams, City Paper is reporting that no less than four fights broke out between the teams yesterday.
- Considering wind energy. A bill set to be introduced at tonight’s Metro Council meeting would allow small windmills to be built in any kind of zoning district in an effort to encourage a shift towards alternative energy. The bill would regulate the appearance and the noise in hopes of making sure the structures wouldn’t disturb the neighbors, who’ve complained that they would be “as ugly as cell phone towers.”
- Bits & pieces. A bystander was killed at an Antioch O’Charley’s when a drug dealer came into the restaurant to collect his cash from an employee … After a fight broke out at McGavock High School’s Tuesday night orientation, school officials have called for beefed-up security and a meeting with parents tomorrow night … Councilman Eric Crafton is still plugging away at the English First ordinance.
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