VOL. 123 | NO. 51 | Thursday, March 13, 2008
Connie Neal likens her homebuilding company to a fairytale. At a time when builders' woes are splashed prominently in headlines each day, the activity at Affinity Homes LLC plugs along.
The problem for the Memphis Charter Commission isn't necessarily coming up with a code of ethics. That's already been done by the City Council.
Mary L. Aronov has been listed in the 2008 edition of Chambers USA as a leading practitioner in Tennessee in a specific law practice area. It's the third straight year she's earned the honor for her real estate practice.
Local cab business owner Jay Kumar is taking his application for a 35-room motel along Lamar Avenue back before the same government body this afternoon that said no to a different version of the plan almost two years ago.
The Tennessee Court of Appeals has upheld a Shelby County Circuit Court ruling in favor of a Brooks Road strip club forced to close by local officials and later reopened under court order.
NASHVILLE (AP) - It would be a crime for illegal immigrants to accept pay for work done in Tennessee under a proposal headed for votes in both chambers of the Tennessee General Assembly.
NASHVILLE (AP) - A proposal to lower the cumulative grade point average needed to maintain a lottery scholarship is among several lottery-funded bills advancing in the state Legislature.
The president of the Memphis Police Association will be allowed to participate in contract talks with the city of Memphis.