VOL. 125 | NO. 101 | Tuesday, May 25, 2010
Memphis City Council members are scheduled to vote Tuesday on a contract that will start work on Tiger Lane, the seven-acre greenspace at the Mid-South Fairgrounds.
Mall lures visitors with free entertainment
Now showing: Shrek the Third, a kid-friendly flick about a green grouchy ogre voiced by funnyman Mike Myers.
Cotton was king of commercial real estate in April as transactions involving three merchants – a pair of longtime Memphis companies and one area newcomer – represented two of the month’s top sales.
Metro charter commissioners wanted to do more than send a message last week as they set guidelines for the office of metro mayor in a consolidated local government.
1280 W. Poplar Ave., Collierville, TN 38017, Sale Amount: $5.1 Million -
An entity called SGR LLC, whose principal is Jason Crews, has bought the Hampton Inn at 1280 W. Poplar Ave. in Collierville for $5.1 million from Collierville Hotels GP.
When it comes to marketing, author John Gray is right on the money – “Men are from Mars and Women Are from Venus.” There are significant differences in the way men and women process marketing messages. The better you understand those differences, the more effective your marketing – and return on investment – will be.
Davis Vision has begun providing free eyeglasses to homeless people who receive medical care through Baptist Operation Outreach.
Contract negotiations between The Commercial Appeal and its employee union that have dragged on for seven years are over for now.
NASHVILLE (AP) – State lawmakers are hoping to reach a consensus this week on a budget plan that will keep the state’s cash reserves strong and also provide assistance to Tennessee flood victims.
The Mississippi AARP's foot soldiers have accomplished a notable feat in a tough budget year: they persuaded lawmakers to approve $5 million for programs to benefit the disabled and elderly.
WASHINGTON (AP) – Home sales surpassed expectations for April as government incentives provided a temporary boost to the housing market.
MIAMI (AP) - Almost three-quarters of children on Medicaid in nine states are not getting all of their legally required medical, vision and hearing examinations, including immunizations, according to a new government study.
WASHINGTON (AP) - President Barack Obama on Monday is sending legislation to Congress that would allow him to force lawmakers to vote on cutting earmarks and wasteful programs from spending bills.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Anxious and angry, Americans are not in a congratulatory mood. That's bad news for President Barack Obama and his Democratic allies.