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Overpark Elementary School PTO vice-president Cathy Hutto can't help being a little biased.
DeSoto County has joined ranks with other local government groups facing tight times in a push for a Senate compromise to ease the sting of a Mississippi law that in effect allows low-income apartment owners to pay little or no taxes.
It was in Memphis that Ida B. Wells first found her voice as an activist.
The Tennessee Valley Authority hopes to nudge its customers toward time-of-day metering as part of an overall plan to curb growth in electricity demand.
Mississippi state senators sent Gov. Haley Barbour legislation Friday that would allow all Mississippi counties to regulate strip clubs.
Memphis Mayor A C Wharton is scheduled as the keynote speaker at the Hernando Chamber of Commerce luncheon on Monday.
Stephen Jackson scored 21 points as the Charlotte Bobcats handed the Los Angeles Lakers their second straight loss, 98-83, on Friday night.
Rob Mullins has been in the ministry for 35 years. Many of those years were spent as college pastor at Bellevue Baptist Church, working with Dr. Adrian Rogers. He has also served as youth pastor and associate pastor at Germantown Baptist Church.
If you sense your company is open to change, write a career plan for yourself.
Memphis-based online auction site had sought funds for expansion.
Glenns Chapel Methodist Church, 8235 Miss. 301 N. in Lake Cormorant, will have a gospel singing at 7 tonight, featuring the Gatewoods. Refreshments to follow.
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Honors, promotions, new hires and more.
Channel 3 wins at 5 a.m. and 6 a.m. Channel 5 takes first at 5 p.m. and 6 p.m.
What will it take for the United States to declare victory in Iraq and leave?
The homeless are citizens of Memphis with the same rights as anyone else. They are human beings who deserve to be treated as anyone else expects to be treated -- as equals with liberty and justice.
For mutual fund executives, their worst 12-month period in recent history takes a step toward becoming a memory.
You don't have to manufacture a product to make money off of it.
Would you enjoy getting together with a group of interesting people for a program on keeping our minds sharp, new credit card regulations, fitness for older adults, or houseplants? These are just a few of the topics the area Family & Community Education Organization will cover in the next few months.
Aloha! And welcome to the island. Bartlett residents David and Jennifer Bowen recently threw a Hawaiian pig party, inviting more than 75 guests to attend the once in a lifetime event.
Bill Jim Davis, Tipton County's last living Pearl Harbor survivor, held a book signing at the Tipton County Library in Covington on Feb. 6 for his book, "Abandon Ship! A Survivor's Story: The Attack on Pearl Harbor, the Sinking of USS Helena, Seven Additional Naval Battles and My Life During World War II."
When police knocked on his door in South Memphis, the woman’s neighbor was ready with an explanation for having the refrigerator.
Saturday will be a special day for the Gallagher family. When dealt lemons, make lemonade. Or, in this case, an entire meal.
Who doesn't want a place to relax and spend time alone without distractions?
Memphis Mayor A C Wharton is continuing the slow but steady work of putting his imprint on city government through appointments.
The proposal by Memphis City Schools administrators to shift hundreds of students to different schools in the city's southeast quadrant to deal with crowded and underutilized schools seems like a smart step in efficiency.
New voter registration cards are going out this week to some 6,500 voters in Horn Lake and Olive Branch after the Justice Department approved an application to create three precincts from others where polling could be protracted due to long lines.
March in the Mid-South is generally the month the grand and noble deciduous magnolias bloom.
Your Feb. 25 article on city/county consolidation ("Dual vote questioned / Other towns aren't involved, some say") said:
The softball field on the Southaven High School campus opened the doors to its new press box Thursday prior to the Lady Chargers' home opener against Lewisburg.
Horn Lake Planning Director Anita Rainey is retiring next month.
News that two important houses that give us a glimpse into Memphis' past could reopen is cause for excitement.
Mississippi House members approved legislation Thursday that would raise the fines for public officials who violate the state's Open Meetings Act and require the offenders, rather than the taxpayer-funded governing body, to pay the fines.
So the yearlong production, set to close after Massachusetts' devastatingly negative Jan. 19 review, saw the curtain raised one last time. Obamacare lives.
'Pallida' Hybrid Witchhazel
Bargains get scarce in a network squeezed of excess capacity during two years of cost-cutting, travel industry experts say.
Every time I install new plants in my garden, I am sure I will remember their names and their growing needs.
Club is temporarily closed while the former Pat O'Brien's space on Beale is renovated to be its new home.
I bought boneless short ribs last weekend to make braised short ribs for a client, but I had 2 pounds of meat left over.
Cost cuts, business climate for parcel industry contribute to "market outperform" rating.
Ugly is the best way to describe this one. But Fred Horton will gladly take it.
Melrose coach Jermaine Johnson said his team was “just living the dream” Thursday night — after delivering a nightmare 83-60 beatdown of White Station for the Region 8-AAA championship at Central.
Region 7-AAA basketball tournament schedule. Millington girls win Region 7-AAA in overtime over Jackson North Side. Dyer County wins boys region title.
Region 8-AA tournament schedule. Fairley girls win in triple overtime. BTW edges Trezevant, 30-29 in boys title game.
Schedule for Region 8-AAA basketball tournament at Memphis Central High School.
Central girls defeat Overton for region title. Melrose blows out White Station for region boys title.
E-mail your response to our question: Do you plan to attend the Beale Street Music Festival this year?
TSSAA girls sectional matchups for Saturday night.
NASHVILLE — Barring a dramatic last-minute change of plans, Shelby County Dist. Atty. Gen. Bill Gibbons — who announced his candidacy for governor 14 months ago — makes it official Friday by filing his official paperwork at the secretary of state’s office.