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2015/04/16 12:51
2015/04/16 12:51
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Good morning from Memphis, where, with all due respect to the Clippers, Spurs and Thunder, it’s kinda nice to play someone else in the Playoffs... A little later this morning, photographer Brad Vest...
2015/04/16 12:51
2015/04/16 12:51
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2015/04/10 21:56
2015/04/10 21:56
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Medtronic Settles Lawsuit for $4.4 Million Medtronic has agreed to pay $4.4 million to settle a lawsuit filed by the federal government accusing the company of selling medical devices made in China...
2015/04/09 09:50
2015/04/09 09:50
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As the Election Commission's April 17th date for making candidate petitions available approaches, the 2015 city election season becomes ever more clearly a case of the old making way for the new....
2015/04/08 12:51
2015/04/08 12:51
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Good morning from Memphis, where six months from this morning, the polls will be opening for city elections... Speaking of, we have some news to announce. The Commercial Appeal’s InforMemphis team...
2015/04/08 00:51
2015/04/08 00:51
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After getting the votes he needed Tuesday to become the city’s new chief administrative officer, Jack Sammons stepped to the podium in front of Memphis City Council members. “I’ve been in your...
2015/04/07 12:51
2015/04/07 12:51
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Good morning from Memphis, where it appears our months-long sweaty season arrives today... Mickell Lowery took the step Monday that had been expected for some time, making a public declaration of his...
2015/04/06 21:56
2015/04/06 21:56
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Crestwyn Pays $3 Million for Germantown Hospital Site Crestwyn Behavioral Health has acquired property for a psychiatric hospital in Germantown. The site is on Crestwyn Hills Drive, south of...
2015/04/06 21:51
2015/04/06 21:51
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The Tennessee Senate could approve a bill this afternoon that would let Memphis set up juvenile safety centers around the city for minors who violate curfew. After getting unanimous votes in both...
2015/04/02 20:00
2015/04/02 20:00
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MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Thursday, Myron Lowery announced he will not seek reelection to the Memphis City Council. Lowery’s political career began in 1991. Since then, he has served on the Memphis City...
2015/04/02 03:00
2015/04/02 03:00
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MEMPHIS, Tenn Pat Hallorin hears complaints every night there’s a play at the Orpheum Theater. They’re not about the show, but people arriving late thanks to cars shifted to one side of Riverside...
2015/03/31 22:53
2015/03/31 22:53
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Several Memphis City Council members expressed support Tuesday for Jack Sammons’ appointment as chief administrative officer, though they had reservations about the administrative cost and reasons...
2015/03/31 16:00
2015/03/31 16:00
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MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Mayor A C Wharton Jr. has appointed former City Councilman Jack Sammons as Chief Administrative Officer. Sammons will start his new position May 8. Current CAO George Little will...
2015/03/27 23:00
2015/03/27 23:00
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MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Council members Myron Lowery and Berlin Boyd plan to fight a city plan to permanently eliminate two lanes of traffic and keep a bike and pedestrian lane on Riverside Drive. “We need...
2015/03/27 14:51
2015/03/27 14:51
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If former Memphis City Council member Jack Sammons takes over as the city’s chief administrative officer, his annual pension would nearly double to $68,183 after only a year on the job, according to...
2015/03/18 14:51
2015/03/18 14:51
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Shea Flinn said in a radio interview Wednesday morning that he will not seek re-election to the Memphis City Council in the Oct. 8 election. In an interview on WXMX-FM’s “Drake and Zeke” show, Flinn...
2015/03/16 23:54
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The consulting firm hired by a skeptical City Council to review Memphis Mayor A C Wharton’s proposed debt restructure plan found that the proposal gives the city an “opportunity to focus on paying the...
2015/03/16 17:52
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The mayors of Memphis and Shelby County will propose consolidating two development agencies to beef up the city and county's economic development arm for inner-city projects like Highland Row and...
2015/03/13 20:51
2015/03/13 20:51
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A youth empowerment organization led by Rhodes College students will pay for American College Testing, or ACT, tutoring for 60 low-income high school students this year, with plans to bring the...
2015/04/16 12:51
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