VOL. 125 | NO. 139 | Tuesday, July 20, 2010
Jara Robinson picked up a shoe that looked more like artwork than footwear at The Stiletto Bar.
House subcommittee tackles foreclosure crisis in Memphis
U.S. Rep. Steve Cohen, D-Memphis, met last week with representatives of Wells Fargo, the nationwide lender Memphis and Shelby County governments are suing over its local lending practices.
After four years of refining and expanding his catering business, Wade Hartsfield has taken on a soaring new challenge.
Downtown’s development pipeline continues to hum with new business activity, judging by the various development incentives totaling $153,121 the Center City Development Corp. will take action on at Wednesday’s meeting.
Memphis City Council members will be dealing with lots of contract fine print Tuesday during their executive session.
There was a lot of noise, sign waving and a few big buses with the opening of early voting.
It’s a first in a race for Shelby County sheriff.
A condo development in a historic Midtown neighborhood where pies used to be made is now focusing on making lemonade out of lemons.
5505 Winchester Road, Memphis, TN 38115, Sale Amount: $1.6 Million -
Weeks after the city of Memphis came to an agreement with Water Gardens LLC to buy the blighted Marina Cove apartment complex at 5505 Winchester Road in Hickory Hill, the property has been bought for $1.6 million.
Perception is Reality: We seem to be developing clearer divisions between constituents in the marketplace right now. As the year began, prognosticators searched for alphabetic mnemonics to articulate our path of recovery (L, V, W, etc). While we all fell together in 2008, we may not all rise together in recovery. In an effort to broadly stereotype, I have chosen this week to examine the condition of the following classes: Corporations, Economists and Households.
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MEMPHIS (AP) — Two people in Memphis officials believe cast multiple votes in 2006 have been indicted on voter fraud charges.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — State officials have put another $15 million into the Baccalaureate Education System Trust.
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — Mississippi's 30 state-licensed casinos saw a $14 million drop in winnings from gamblers between May and June, according to figures released Monday by the Department of Revenue.
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — Raymond Delk has been named director of the Mississippi Bureau of Investigation.
Delta Air Lines Inc. reported its largest quarterly profit in a decade Monday but investors dumped its shares as sales didn’t meet expectations and the carrier gave a cautious outlook amid economic uncertainty.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Homebuilders are feeling increasingly pessimistic about their industry, more evidence that the economic recovery is slowing.
NEW YORK (AP) — Santa in the summer?
NEW YORK (AP) — Economists say the U.S. recovery continued during the second quarter of this year with more businesses hiring workers and fewer cutting jobs, but the pace of growth has slowed, a new survey shows.
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama took aim at Republican lawmakers Monday, accusing them of holding the public hostage to Washington politics by blocking extended unemployment benefits for millions of out of work Americans.