VOL. 127 | NO. 112 | Friday, June 8, 2012
Four retail properties across six parcels in Collierville and Cordova owned by affiliates of New York-based Nightingale Properties are in default and facing foreclosure.
MPO gathers public opinion on development in Interstate 269 corridor
Before Kate Hendrix of the Metropolitan Planning Organization could get started at Baker Community Center in Millington this week, a woman in the front row wanted to know where Interstate 69 would be built.
FedEx Freight customers will pay a higher rate starting July 9 for most shipments in North America.
Coral Springs, Fla.-based Swiss Capital Group LLC has acquired The Shops of Woodland Hills in Cordova for $3.1 million.
The 150th anniversary of the Civil War arrived in Memphis this week with plans to return cannons to Confederate Park and lots of contemporary views about the battle of Memphis in which no cannons were fired from land.
Anna Terry, president of The Russian Cultural Center of Memphis, will travel to Washington Tuesday, June 12, for a reception with Russian Ambassador Sergei Kislyak.
Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam signed a trio of anti-crime measures into law during a Wednesday, June 6, visit to Bartlett.
One good way of determining a person’s love for the city in which they live is to ask them to sell that city to other people.
THE MEMPHIS SOUND HAS A NEW GIG. Memphis has had plenty of superstars, but the beat behind them and underneath and around them, the bass they stood on, the lead they followed, the brass that announced them and made them royalty – that beat was a superstar all by itself.
Part three of a three-part series Knowledge, resources and relationships build fundraising for grassroots organizations. The Grassroots Institute for Fundraising Training provides all three.
NASHVILLE (AP) – Former U.S. Rep. John Tanner of Union City is one of 37 additional attorneys to join an expanding major law firm's Nashville office.
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) – Mississippi tax collections are up, but lawmakers say state agencies still might face budget cuts during the 2013 session.
JONESBORO, Ark. (AP) – The weekend rainfall caused a leap in the majority of northeast Arkansas' cotton crop, University of Arkansas Extension Service officials say.
WASHINGTON (AP) – Americans cut back sharply on their credit card purchases in April, a sign that some may be worried about the slowdown in hiring.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The number of people applying for U.S. unemployment benefits fell last week for the first time in five weeks. But the drop suggests only modest job growth after three months of weak hiring.
WASHINGTON (AP) – The Federal Reserve wants U.S. banks to set aside more money to cushion against unexpected losses, a key step in preventing another financial crisis.