VOL. 123 | NO. 5 | Tuesday, January 8, 2008
Following Saturday night's debate in New Hampshire, Fred Thompson left his fellow Republican presidential candidates behind and headed south.
In this era of foreclosures, one person's loss appears to be another person's gain.
1780 Pendleton St., Memphis, TN 38114, Sale Amount: $2.7 million -
A 119-unit apartment complex, the Pendleton Place Apartments, which sits on 8.5 acres on the northeast corner of Pendleton Street and Kimball Avenue.
NASHVILLE (AP) - State Sen. Ophelia Ford will miss several weeks of the legislative session with an unspecified illness, her attorney said Monday.
CHICAGO (AP) - President Bush said Monday that economic indicators are "increasingly mixed," causing anxiety for many Americans. But he said the economy is resilient and the U.S. has dealt with anxiety before.
A grand jury has returned new indictments against former Memphis City Councilman Edmund Ford and former Memphis Light, Gas & Water Division president Joseph Lee. Both men are the subject of pending federal cases involving charges of bribery and public corruption.
The mayors of Memphis and Shelby County are now both on record as favoring a single Metro form of government albeit under different terms.
The new year formalities are almost completed at City Hall.
NASHVILLE (AP) - The General Assembly returns to session today with a few fresh issues and several leftovers from last year on lawmakers' plates. They can count on it being warmed up by the heat of election year politics.
RESTON, Va. (AP) - Sallie Mae, the nation's largest student lender, has named veteran banking industry executive Anthony P. Terracciano chairman of its board.