VOL. 122 | NO. 174 | Friday, September 14, 2007
Music will fill the sanctuary once again at the historic Calvary Episcopal Church Downtown, though a couple of weeks later than usual. This year's Fall 2007 season of "Calvary & the Arts" kicks off in late October.
In the midst of a still-unfolding political clash over President George W. Bush's strategy in Iraq, Tennessee's junior U.S. senator recently assigned his office staff an unusual exercise.
Matthew Threadgill describes himself as a salesman who slipped through engineering school.
Amid the turbulence of the housing market, Debby Harris of Collierville decided to take the plunge and become a real estate professional.
Forest Hill Cemeteries and Funeral Home owner Clayton Smart has the money to hire attorneys to represent him on criminal charges. But that doesn't mean he's likely to get out of jail anytime soon.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Several years after multibillion-dollar accounting scandals tarnished reputations at Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the mortgage giants are regaining market dominance amid an ailing housing market.
NEW YORK (AP) - In the fall, many companies take stock of how they're doing on projects, sales targets and budgets; if the numbers aren't agreeable, it could mean job cuts.
WASHINGTON (AP) - A Senate panel on Wednesday approved an increase in the limit on the national debt to $9.82 trillion, the fifth increase in the government's borrowing limit since President Bush took office.
The McMansion may be shrinking.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Applicants for home mortgages were turned down for loans at a slightly higher rate in 2006 than the previous year and significant disparities continued to exist between white applicants and minority applicants, the government reported Wednesday.