VOL. 125 | NO. 213 | Tuesday, November 2, 2010
The final election of 2010 on Tuesday could draw nearly half of Shelby County’s 603,000 voters.
Lawsuits only initial step in battle against blight
The owners of 138 run-down properties sued by the city on the recommendation of code enforcement officials will soon be due in court for a series of hearings that start later this month.
The record-breaking streak for Accredo Health Group kept rolling during the third quarter as the Memphis-based company made $2.9 billion in revenue.
Partners with a renowned Memphis-based real estate development firm are experiencing the foreclosure crisis first-hand.
Quilts have provided warmth and comfort to people for generations, but Nelle Lewis identified a new purpose for the handmade bedding.
4150 Winchester Road, Memphis, TN 38118, Sale Amount: $558,000 -
City National Bank has bought back the Corner Park apartment complex at 4150 Winchester Road from substitute trustee Stewart Title of Memphis Inc. for $558,000.
Rick Santelli of CNBC initiated a political tsunami by uttering the words “tea party” in his famous rant from the floor of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange on Feb. 19, 2009.
NASHVILLE (AP) – Tennessee labor officials say the state is losing 163 jobs – none in Shelby County – with planned cuts reported by companies.
NASHVILLE (AP) – A soon-to-be-released study found that more than 1,600 Tennesseans died from prescription drug abuse over a three-year period.
WASHINGTON (AP) – A mixed picture of the economy emerged one day before key midterm elections that have focused on the nation's financial health.
WASHINGTON (AP) – Manufacturing activity expanded last month at the fastest pace since May, driven by demand in the United States and abroad for cars, computers and other goods.
WASHINGTON (AP) – An economy growing 2 percent a year might be tolerable in normal times. Today, it's a near-disaster.