VOL. 122 | NO. 240 | Tuesday, December 18, 2007
ALS chapter makes sure patients' families get their X-mas wishes
Every parent would like to get at least one special Christmas gift for their children, whether it's an iPod, MP3 player, computer or digital camera. You know - that one item the kids can brag about when they go back to school after winter break.
A local company is putting a different twist on infill development by building new homes on a 1.3-acre East Memphis parcel while keeping the property's existing 1928 home in place.
72 Madison Ave., Memphis, TN 38103, Sale Amount: $550,000 -
A Memphis doctor has bought a 6,495-square-foot office building built in 1955 and plans to renovate it in the next two years. Dr. Albert Bean, who practices emergency medicine at Methodist University Hospital, said he is not sure whether the three-story building with a basement will be a mixed-use or single-family property.
The revelation last week that Memphis City Attorney Elbert Jefferson Jr. owes delinquent city and county property taxes and has been sued in Shelby County Chancery Court several times by the city in recent years over missed tax payments might have seemed a bit ironic.
First United Methodist Church has announced its plans for a new building design.
NASHVILLE (AP) - Tennessee tax collections could miss projections by nearly a quarter billion dollars by the time the budget year ends in June, the State Funding Board said Friday.
MEMPHIS (AP) - A former city councilman and longtime political activist is to begin his latest stretch behind bars at a federal prison in Alabama next month.
WASHINGTON (AP) - A December reading of U.S. homebuilders' sentiment remained at a record low for the third straight month.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Alan Greenspan, former chairman of the Federal Reserve, suggested Sunday that a tax break or other government financial help for homeowners facing the mortgage crunch would be the best political fix for the economy.
WASHINGTON (AP) - The government is promising $45 trillion more than it can deliver on Social Security, Medicare and other benefit programs.
Catron pleaded guilty in 2003 to a “criminal information” accusing him of defrauding the clerk’s office. A criminal information is a legal procedure in which a defendant is charged and pleads guilty simultaneously.