VOL. 125 | NO. 1 | Monday, January 4, 2010
Three months after plans for a $1 billion hybrid automotive plant were announced in Tunica County, there are plans for a new pipe manufacturing facility in the North Mississippi county.
Oklahoma-based Sooner Investment has submitted its plan to overhaul the south half of Overton Square to the Memphis-Shelby County Office of Planning and Development.
The road Sam Goff took to his current position as mortgage originator at Evolve Bank and Trust has been a long and winding one, to say the least.
Maria and Steve Parham, the owners of ARTjamN, want people to enjoy a night out on the easel.
THE MEMPHIS NEWS
Is it over yet? That may be the most frequently asked question in the New Year. “It” is the worst national economic recession since the Great Depression.
2009 was the first full calendar year for The Memphis News. Looking back at the covers of those 51 issues, it’s easy to see that Memphis is at an important point in its history once again.
2010 is Phil Bredesen’s eighth and final year as governor of Tennessee.
The Bartlett Performing Arts and Conference Center (BPACC) will become the crossroads of world music on Jan. 15 as acoustic guitarists from both American coasts, central Europe and Israel converge for one night of collaborative performance.
“For 2010, I’d like to see a 20 percent increase in revenue,” said Jeff Dunham, owner and chef at the popular Grove Grill in East Memphis.
The Yuletide season is almost over; Christmas and New Year’s are safely behind us. Let’s have a simple supper, say, meatloaf or a hamburger, a meaty pizza or pasta dish or perhaps pork chops, and settle back with a bottle of Bliss Family Vineyards Merlot 2007 from Mendocino County, Calif.
FRANKENSTEIN, Mo. (AP) – The mystery started the day farmer Russ Kremer got between a jealous boar and a sow in heat.
NEW YORK (AP) - A string of exploding investment bubbles that started with the dot-coms and ended with mortgages and oil dominated the years from 2000 to 2009. And it looks like the next decade will be no different.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - Next year may be to appliance buyers what 2009 was to car buyers: time for government rebates.
NEW YORK (AP) - Your past is never really behind you. Or so it seems when it comes to credit reports.