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1. Federal Judge Rules NSA Phone Surveillance Legal -

NEW YORK (AP) – The heated debate over the National Security Agency's bulk collection of millions of Americans' telephone records fell squarely into the courts Friday, when a federal judge in Manhattan upheld the legality of the program and cited its need in the fight against terrorism just days after another federal judge concluded it was likely not constitutional.

2. April 12-18: This Week in Memphis History -

2012: The largest solar farm in the state opened in Haywood County along Interstate 40. The West Tennessee Solar Farm has 21,000 solar panels, and its opening in Haywood County came one day after Agricenter International formally opened its solar farm, a 998,400 watt photovoltaic system on five acres.

3. CRG2 CEO Singer Named Women’s Biz Enterprise Star -

Mary Singer, CEO of CRG2 SustainableSolutions, has been named a 2013 Women’s Business Enterprise Star by the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council. She was chosen by Women’s Business Council South, one of the national organization’s 14 regional partner organizations.

4. Aging Transit Systems Grapple With Repair Backlog -

WASHINGTON (AP) – Driven by high gas prices and an uncertain economy, Americans are turning to trains and buses to get around in greater numbers than ever before. But the aging transit systems they're riding face an $80 billion maintenance backlog that jeopardizes service just when it's most in demand.

5. Events -

Business Over Coffee, After Hours Chapter will host a click and connect event Tuesday, Jan. 3, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Fox and Hound, 819 Exocet Drive. The event will include an overview of Business Over Coffee followed by networking. For more information, email Peter Nathan at peter@ursomobile.com.

6. Allen Returns to Memphis, Devotes Time to Nonprofits -

After 14 years running a gallery, representing artists and writing for arts magazines in the Big Apple, Michel Allen last year returned home to the Bluff City to raise money, provide public relations services and develop marketing strategies for Memphis area nonprofits.

7. Cash-Strapped Cities, Schools Say: 'Your Ad Here' -

CHICAGO (AP) – Seven vinyl banners draped this month along one of Chicago's most iconic bridges, advertisements some have dubbed "a visual crime" and "commercial graffiti," are reviving a debate about how governments raise money in tough economic times.

8. Tennessee Center Reports Hospital Safety Improvements -

Patients at Tennessee hospitals are safer on several key measures today than they were three years ago, according to information from the Tennessee Center for Patient Safety.

The center was launched in 2007 by the Tennessee Hospital Association’s nonprofit, education and research subsidiary, Tennessee Hospital Education and Research Foundation, to provide education, resources and tools to help hospitals accelerate their performances in quality and patient safety initiatives. Funding for the center came from a three-year grant from BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee Health Foundation.

9. Hackers Nab Card Data From 200,000 Citi Customers -

NEW YORK (AP) – Citigroup Inc. has become the latest victim in a string of high-profile data thefts by hackers targeting some of the world's best-known companies.

10. House to Reject Debt Limit Increase Without Cuts -

WASHINGTON (AP) – House Republicans lined up to reject their own proposed $2.4 trillion increase in the nation's debt limit Tuesday, a political gambit designed to reinforce a demand for spending cuts to accompany any increase in government borrowing.

11. Tip of the Iceberg -

Talks between the A C Wharton Jr. administration and U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood last month made quite an impression on LaHood.

He praised the efforts by Wharton and newly elected Shelby County Mayor Mark Luttrell this week as he announced the Memphis Area Transit Authority will get $7 million from the Federal Transit Administration to buy new buses.

12. Katrina’s Lessons Still Resonate for Local Charities -

Memphis nonprofit organizations and churches that helped Hurricane Katrina evacuees five years ago have built upon that experience to set up an improved disaster response network.

The demands were huge in the days and weeks after the Aug. 29, 2005, landfall of Katrina when 3,400 local volunteers with the American Red Cross Mid-South Chapter mobilized. The chapter helped 13,001 families with financial assistance, totaling $12 million.

13. Binghampton Farmers Market Prepares for Sept. 4 Opening -

The Binghampton Development Corp. needs volunteers to help prepare for the opening of the city’s first farmers market linked to a commercial-scale, community gardening enterprise.

14. Nonprofit Orgs Create Garden for Binghampton -

Land that lay fallow and forgotten for decades has been cleared and tilled for a garden to nourish Binghampton residents with fresh vegetables and provide them with jobs.

More than 30 volunteers shoveled mulch, planted seeds and built a hoop house on a 1.5-acre plot alongside Cypress Creek on Friday.

15. Business Showcases Green Rehab of Downtown Space -

The building is nondescript, but the door is the real attention-getter at the new Downtown headquarters of Big River Engineering and Manufacturing.

Built of mahogany boards, the sliding door is solid, tall and handsome.

16. Back to Basics -

Urban gardening efforts in Binghampton have prompted city officials to consider revising proposed land use ordinances that could stymie the greening of Memphis.

Planning officials spotted holes in the proposed laws when the Binghampton Development Corp. and Christ Community Health Services approached the city about starting a commercial gardening operation, which would create jobs and provide fresh foods in Binghampton, an area with a high poverty rate and no grocery store.

17. Plough Foundation Makes Wildlife Grant -

The Plough Foundation will provide $90,000 over two years for the Tennessee Wildlife Federation’s Great Outdoors University Program.

The grant commitment from the foundation will sustain the Memphis program and expand trips and activities with the Boy Scouts of America’s ScoutReach program. The Great Outdoors University takes students on field trips and overnight camping experiences to introduce them to hiking, fishing and other outdoor activities.

18. ACS Campaign Continues for Cancer Lodge -

The Mid-South Division of the American Cancer Society (ACS) is in the midst of a capital campaign to help pay for a home away from home for adults who come to Memphis for cancer treatment.

The 40-unit dwelling will be called the American Cancer Society Harrah's Hope Lodge. It will be built in the 700 block of Union Avenue between Sun Studio and Manassas Street on a no-cost lease from the University of Tennessee Health Science Center.

19. UTHSC's Haik on Lookout for Heir Apparent -

Barrett Haik works 80 to 120 hours a week, and after 13 years in Memphis, he can point to one of the nation's premiere ophthalmology centers, the Hamilton Eye Institute.

Now, at the pinnacle of his career, Haik wants to turn over his empire to others so he can be a mentor and doctor.

20. Hidden Treasure -

Right in the middle of Memphis' emerging biomedical center is a somewhat hidden - and often overlooked - gem.

That gem actually is a group of scientists in the Biomedical Engineering and Imaging Department at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, and they work every day developing, testing and improving medical technology.

21. Hidden Treasure -

Right in the middle of Memphis' emerging biomedical center is a somewhat hidden - and often overlooked - gem.

That gem actually is a group of scientists in the Biomedical Engineering and Imaging Department at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, and they work every day developing, testing and improving medical technology.

22. Gwaltney to Head Senior Housing Crime Prevention Foundation -

Peter K. Gwaltney will join the Senior Housing Crime Prevention Foundation as chief executive officer and as vice chairman of the board of directors, effective Jan. 1. He has served as the CEO of the Louisiana Bankers Association since 1999. He also has served on numerous boards at the state and national level, including the American Bankers Insurance Association board of directors, the American Bankers Professional and Fidelity Insurance Association board of directors.

23. Beard Channels Leadership Skills Into Helping Kids -

Cheryl Beard has many children - not biological, but "ministry children and grandchildren."

That is how Beard views all the kids she helps in her position as executive director of the Urban Youth Initiative (UYI) and as co-chair of the Youth Development Collaborative (YDC).

24. PERMISSION GRANTED -

Richard Tarr once told an Associated Press reporter that competition among orthopedics companies in Warsaw, Ind. - the nationwide hub of the industry - is so intense executives like him have to watch what they say even when going out to dinner, lest someone overhear an otherwise closely guarded company secret.

25. Patent This: Baker Donelson Attorney Regularly Navigates Intellectual Property Issues -

Many aspects of the law seem abstract and incomprehensible to the lay person, but probably none more than the concept of intellectual property.

Part of Peter L. Brewer's job is to help employers and inventors understand their legal rights and responsibilities in the areas of intellectual property, patents and trademarks. Brewer is a member of the Intellectual Property Group of Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz PC.

26. Highland Strip Area Starts to Sizzle -

After years of inactivity, the area around the Highland Stip is starting to pick up as property renovations and other new developments continue.

Probably the most visible new addition has been RP Billiards at 525 S. Highland St. The building housed the Highland Cue for about 25 years.

27. Archived Article: Calendar - Calendar of events Jan. 27

Calendar of events Jan. 27-Feb. 2

Jan. 29

Mississippi Museum of Art, 201 E. Pascagoula St., in Downtown Jackson, Miss., presents Mary Lovelace ONeal, a survey of more than 25 years of ONeals abstract paintings. On...

28. Archived Article: Calendar - Calendar of events Jan. 13-19

Calendar of events Jan. 13-Jan. 19

Jan. 13

The International Association for Administrative Professionals Memphis chapter has its monthly meeting at 6 p.m. at the Holiday Inn-East, 5795 Poplar Ave. For informat...

29. Archived Article: Law Briefs - Law briefs 01-02-03

A Pension and IRA Update will be shown at Edward Jones representative Steve Hefners office, 1862 Poplar Crest Cove, at 1 p.m. Jan. 9. The satellite broadcast, produced by the firms professional education network, is designed f...

30. Archived Article: Calendar - Calendar of events

Calendar of events Dec. 30-Jan. 5

Dec. 30

The Memphis Bar Association presents Desperate Hours, a seminar providing last-minute continuing legal education, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. in the MBA conference room, One Comme...

31. Archived Article: Law Briefs - Law briefs 12-26-02

Desperate hours, a seminar providing last-minute continuing legal education is 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday in the Memphis Bar Association conference room, One Commerce Square, Suite 1050. Attorneys with different areas of sp...

32. Archived Article: Calendar - Calendar of events Dec. 23-30

Calendar of events Dec. 23-Dec. 31

Dec. 23

The Union Planters IMAXs newest film, Lewis & Clark, is open at the Pink Palace Museum. The film is an account of the historical journey undertaken by Merriwether ...

33. Archived Article: Law Briefs - Law briefs 12-19-02

A replay of the Practising Law Institute video, The New Disclosure and Corporate Governance Regime Post-Enron: What Corporate and Securities Lawyers Must Know Now, runs from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. today in the MBA conference room, ...

34. Archived Article: Comm Briefs - Registration deadline is today for the Heal with Clay KIDS ARThritis Day from 10 a

Registration deadline is today for the Heal with Clay KIDS ARThritis Day from 10 a.m. to noon, Sept. 7. The event, sponsored by the Arthritis Foundation, is open t...

35. Archived Article: Comm Briefs - Adults can get an advance look at the new Central Library at a Topping Off ceremony from 5 p Adults can get an advance look at the new Central Library at a Topping Off ceremony from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. June 22 at 3030 Poplar Ave. The ceremony will incl...

36. Archived Article: Hud Bott - The HUD recognizes seven local best practices The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development announced that seven organizations and projects in Memphis and Shelby County have been nominated for its Best Practices Award. The designation describ...

37. Archived Article: Back - Assisi Foundation awards Assisi Foundation awards $2.6 million in grants The Assisi Foundation of Memphis Inc. has announced second quarter grants of more than $2.6 million in the areas of health care, education and community enhancement. The founda...

38. Archived Article: Comm Briefs - SOURCE: St St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, Christian Brothers University and the University of Tennessee-Memphis will sponsor a symposium titled "Ethical Boundaries in Cancer Genetics" May 26-29. The symposium is funded by the Assis...

39. Archived Article: Stjude - Tuesday was a good day for St St. Jude receives grants totaling more than $2.1 million By KATHLEEN BURT The Daily News Tuesday was a good day for St. Jude Childrens Research Hospital. Not only did it have a hand in bringing a revamped childrens hosp...

40. Archived Article: Focus Box - Going camping Going camping A grant established by Theodora Trezevant Neely and distributed by the Community Foundation of Greater Memphis generates funds to pay for young people to attend camp. This year, 16 charitable organizations applied for par...

41. Archived Article: Back2 - Assisi Foundation awards $1 Assisi Foundation awards $1.8 million in grants The Assisi Foundation of Memphis Inc. has announced grant totaling more than $1.8 million to organizations and groups representing health and human services, education and c...

42. Archived Article: Global Centre Jts - 3/28 jts global centre New trade center gives CBU global flavor 28-year-old Swedish U of M MBA is founding director By JAMES SNYDER The Daily News Peter Stromberg had just returned to Memphis with a group of Russian businessmen two years ago when he...

43. Archived Article: Env Focus - *03-20 Env focus Agencies join forces to enhance water quality By PETER SCHUTT The Daily News The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) announced recently that it is joining forces with the Lower Mississippi River Conservation Committee to enhance ...