VOL. 123 | NO. 49 | Tuesday, March 11, 2008
Residents of the East Buntyn Historic District near the University of Memphis are one step closer to meeting their newest neighbor, the long-anticipated Highland Row development.
Despite a wealth of news about the growing foreclosure epidemic in Memphis and Shelby County, many at-risk homeowners don't believe they're in jeopardy of losing their homes.
1661 Aaron Brenner Drive, Memphis, TN 38120, Permit Amounts: $1 million total -
The inside of the 61,000-square-foot, three-story Legacy Center office building in East Memphis is taking shape as building permits for two more tenants were filed last week.
The Memphis City Council's discussion about regulating strip clubs lurched back to life this month with council passage on the second of three readings of a controversial ordinance.
Newby's, the bar he bought in 1997, is sometimes referred to by its owner and customers as "the college bar you never graduate from."
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Federal authorities are investigating Countrywide Financial Corp. for securities fraud, according to media reports.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Legislative leaders on both sides of the aisle say they're nearing agreement on a key piece of lottery scholarship legislation that would allow more students to graduate in Tennessee.
NASHVILLE (AP) - More state spending cuts may be necessary after another month of lower-than-expected tax collections, Gov. Phil Bredesen said Monday.
U.S. Attorney David Kustoff is leaving his job as chief federal prosecutor for West Tennesseee.
The Tennessee Court of Appeals has upheld a Shelby County Circuit Court ruling in favor of a Brooks Road strip club closed by the city of Memphis.
NASHVILLE (AP) - The Senate has passed a bill that would allow employers to require English be spoken in the workplace.
NASHVILLE (AP) - Social Security numbers would not be printed on voter registration cards under a proposal that's headed to the governor for his consideration.