VOL. 122 | NO. 145 | Friday, August 3, 2007
Pastor restores church in hopes of healing neighborhood
Walking through the church at 1110 Faxon Ave., the Rev. Libra Yvonne Mitchell (otherwise known as "Prophetess Libra") sounds like a proud parent bragging about one of her children.
Chances are, most people don't recognize his name. But any American over the last few years who's read about, opined on or debated the so-called war on terror - whether they've done so in coffeehouses, college campuses or the halls of Congress - knows full well his legacy.
Memphis native Paul H. Morris spent two years living and working in New York City after graduating from law school at Vanderbilt University in 1999. As a single guy in his 20s, living in New York was a great experience, but Morris said he knew he would not stay there forever.
When someone pointed out recently that I'd been misspelling the word "Cincinnati" in the newspaper, I just about died of embarrassment.
Editor's Note: This is the third in The Daily News' three-part series "Housing Hurdles," an examination of the slumping real estate market and what it means for Realtors, builders and homeowners.
Seven Memphis legislators formally have requested that the Tennessee Regulatory Authority (TRA) investigate the fiber optics company Memphis Networx and its connection to Memphis Light, Gas & Water Division (MLGW).