MEMPHIS, Tenn. — The City Council voted to appoint Jack Sammons the Chief Administrative Officer for the City of Memphis.
He received preliminary approval from a committee Tuesday morning, where he fielded several tough questions. 464 more words
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. 284 more words
MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Another public display of teen violence in Memphis has the community asking about the status of Mayor A C Wharton’s youth plan. 323 more words
COLUMN — One day last winter, I had coffee and sandwiches with George Little at his Goose Lake Ranch, and we went for a drive on his land, enjoying a view from high above Edith Lake, then north in a small valley stretching toward Jacko Lake. 596 more words
By MEL ROTHENBURGER
NEWS/ AJAX — Two landowners whose homes will become part of the Ajax copper mine’s tailings pond were under no pressure to sell, says KGHM International external affairs minister Yves Lacasse. 375 more words
(Memphis) They stood before city hall, demanding action.
Three men, who represent 12 community organizations and hundreds of people, want a voice when it comes to complaints against Memphis Police. 351 more words