VOL. 121 | NO. 242 | Friday, December 15, 2006
Some troops stationed overseas will not have to miss out on a Christmas tradition this year, thanks to some concerned folks back here at home.
Federal prosecutors dropped their bombshell a few days before the Memphis City Council met Dec. 5. Criminal complaints implicated two councilmen and a well-connected lobbyist in a money-for-votes scandal that, in at least one instance, apparently benefited wealthy landowner William H. Thomas Jr.
Herman Morris Jr. is in the process of building - or rebuilding - a law practice Downtown. The future of that solo practice could go in several different directions.
Memphis might not be the most progressive city in the world, but it's certainly never boring. At least not if you work in the media or keep up with reports.