VOL. 128 | NO. 16 | Thursday, January 24, 2013
The previous owner of the East Memphis office complex at 1023 Cherry Road has reinvested in the asset for $4.1 million.
Nonprofit health care organizations face funding challenges
The Herb Kosten Foundation and the International Children’s Heart Foundation (ICHF) are two of many local health care-related nonprofit organizations that face ongoing funding challenges.
Memphis immigration lawyer Greg Siskind is feeling optimistic at the moment that an immigration reform bill is closer than it’s been in awhile to materializing in and passing through Congress.
This is a good way to start 2013, First Horizon National Corp. chairman and CEO Bryan Jordan said about news the Memphis-based company released Wednesday afternoon:
The Dyersburg Mall has fetched $4.35 million after hitting the online auction block in November.
Countywide school board chairman Billy Orgel noticed lots of parents of school children from the county outside of Memphis at the annual camp-out for optional school enrollment over the long weekend.
A referendum on a half-percent city sales tax hike to fund a city pre-kindergarten expansion and roll back the city property tax rate by 20 cents would happen in August or September instead of May.
Many have heard of a pub crawl, but a dish crawl – maybe not so much.
MEMPHIS LAW TALK
As a student at Central High School and the University of Miami, Tiffany Johnson enjoyed writing more than anything.
Ray’s Take It may feel as if those gray hairs are multiplying faster than your 401(k). Or maybe your career or other life experience has thrown you curve balls that ate through your savings. Either way, it’s not too late to save for a more comfortable future!
Oh, baby! Russell was screaming. At the top of his lungs. Whisked quickly to a distant room, he continued his vocal displeasure. The wailing persisted through the first necessary task. It showed no sign of abatement.
Last week we shared the success story of a high school student who overcame tremendous adversity to recently be awarded a $200,000 full-ride scholarship to Brown University. This week let us discuss an organization that is working to assist women of all backgrounds and cultures in learning the skills needed to make positive choices for themselves and their families: DeNeuville Learning Center.
Memphis police say someone's suspicion led to the arrest of three men in copper thefts.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The high-dollar multistate lottery games Powerball and Mega Millions get the attention, but Tennessee lottery officials say the scratch-off state lottery games bring in the money.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — The Arkansas Senate on Wednesday approved a budget proposal that keeps the salaries of the state's elected officials unchanged in the coming year.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — A panel of Arkansas state lawmakers has approved a non-binding resolution that urges the federal government not to limit Second Amendment rights.
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — Mississippi regulators want new casinos to be sturdier and gambling space larger with better restaurants and hotels.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Union membership plummeted last year to the lowest level since the 1930s as cash-strapped state and local governments shed workers and unions had difficulty organizing new members in the private sector despite signs of an improving economy.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The International Monetary Fund is projecting a modest rise in global economic growth for 2013, but also warning that problems in the eurozone and the United States could derail momentum.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Tennessee's U.S. senators have been named the top Republican members of two key committees.