VOL. 122 | NO. 121 | Friday, June 29, 2007
The Apartment Association of Greater Memphis (AAGM) has given new meaning to the phrase "consider the source."
For years, she'd courted local votes for candidates running for everything from the Shelby County Commission to Memphis mayor to the U.S. House of Representatives. Then, opportunity knocked - loudly.
On a recent shopping trip to Nashville, Memphis neurologist Dr. Moacir Schnapp passed by a Banana Republic store in the mall and saw a familiar sight: his wife, Elma, teaching posture exercises.
As any serious parent or pet owner knows (and some would say the two job descriptions amount to the same thing), losing sight of your little ones for even a split second is a heart-stopping experience. One minute they're there, the next minute they're not and you find yourself in a hell of slow-motion panic until you manage to find them.
NASHVILLE (AP) - State Sen. Ophelia Ford's absences from this year's legislative session and her continued poor health raise questions about the Memphis Democrat's effectiveness as a lawmaker, political analysts say.
On Tuesday, the Federal Reserve announced plans to cut some 1,740 jobs at its banks around the country and consolidate its check processing operations into four regional centers.
Ethics Commission staff will review financial records of the selected lobbyists to determine whether they are consistent with financial reports filed with the commission by the lobbyists and their employers.
Commissioners requested an attorney general opinion in January on whether certain communications among the commissioners, commission staff and commission attorneys are privileged and therefore not available for public inspection.
The purchaser was formed through a fund managed by New York-based Clayton, Dubilier & Rice Inc. (CD&R).
The full board will vote on the proposal Friday. If approved, the system of six universities, 13 two-year colleges and 26 technology centers will join the University of Tennessee, whose Board of Trustees last week approved a 6 percent increase for its institutions.