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VOL. 122 | NO. 245 | Wednesday, December 26, 2007

Hospice House Embarks on $12M Project

Baptist Trinity Health Care & Hospice has received the green light to move ahead with construction of a $12 million project that allows for a new hospice house and a new facility for the Baptist Trinity Center for Good Grief on the campus of the Baptist Memorial Hospital-Collierville.

Airport Makes Noise With $55M in Improvements

Airplanes and shuttle buses aren't the only vehicles creating buzz at Memphis International Airport these days. Bulldozers and cranes have been contributing their share as well.

Cullison Moves Up At Methodist LeBonheur in Germantown

Methodist LeBonheur Germantown Hospital has named Rebecca Cullison assistant administrator of clinical support services.

Billboard Saga Continues ... And Continues

If the Memphis City Council committee discussion last week on billboards and other outdoor signs sounded a lot like one just a few weeks before, that's not by accident.

Target to Anchor Ridgeway Trace

Ridgeway Trace Center scored a major tenant last week when Weingarten Realty Investors announced that Target will build an anchor store at the 26-acre, 335,000-square foot retail development at 5963 Poplar Ave. near Interstate 240.

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EVENTS

The AutoZone Liberty Bowl will host a Team Welcome Party today at 6 p.m. at Jillian's, 150 Peabody Place. The event will offer food and drinks, as well as the opportunity to meet the players and staff. Tickets are $25 and may be purchased by calling 795-7700 or by e-mailing tickets@libertybowl.org.

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Plans Call for New Memphis Bank

A Mississippi community bank will soon become part of a new financial institution called Metropolitan BancGroup Inc., whose headquarters will be at 1661 Aaron Brenner Drive in East Memphis.

Great Kwanzaa Caper Ends in Court

Probate Court Clerk Chris Thomas filed suit Friday seeking to stop the observance which, like the court hearing, was to be held Wednesday. Thomas argued that the observance in a government building should be stopped because Kwanzaa has enough religious aspects to it to make it a religious celebration.

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RECORD TOTALS DAY WEEK YEAR
PROPERTY SALES 82 82 19,655
MORTGAGES 75 75 22,989
FORECLOSURE NOTICES 7 7 8,311
BUILDING PERMITS 138 138 40,167
BANKRUPTCIES 72 72 13,176
BUSINESS LICENSES 9 9 6,146
UTILITY CONNECTIONS 52 52 13,048
MARRIAGE LICENSES 30 30 4,872

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