Daily Archives: August 10, 2017

Lakeland board to seek legal advice on free speech vs. libel

The Aug. 3 work session for Lakeland’s city board ended on a jarring note that continues to play out in contentious social media posts....

Immigrant families get rock star treatment on the first day back to school in...

Emerging from the shadows since federal agents raided several Latino neighborhoods in Memphis, immigrant families were greeted Monday by cheering neighbors and educators as...

Princeton Review rates Rhodes College among tops in U.S.

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Rhodes College in Memphis announced that it has been ranked highly among the country’s top colleges and universities, according to The Princeton...

Bartlett Police reports for July 31-Aug. 6

The Bartlett Police Department handled the following incidents for the period of July 31-Aug. 6. This listing includes the most notable incidents for the...

Bartlett, Arlington to join eight other schools in annual football jamboree

On behalf of Millington Central High School, residents of Collierville, Arlington, Bartlett, Germantown and Fayette County are welcome to the new-look Flag City. When MCHS...

‘Living on Purpose’: Are we spectators or participators in helping?

We do not have to look very far to find someone who needs a miracle. There are lots of people who are suffering some...

Saint Francis Healthcare donates $17.3K and 14K cereal servings to hungry

Saint Francis Healthcare has announced that it collected 41,818 servings of cereal and more than $17,000 to benefit the Mid-South Food Bank. The donation...

NoWait app helps diners find shortest wait times

Restaurant owners and customers: There’s a cool app that helps your customers avoid the frustration of long waits to be seated, and several Mid-South...

From flea market to stock market: Success can have humble roots

Bill Green was once just one of us. A regular guy growing up in the suburbs with no silver spoon to be found anywhere,...

Georgia company acquires Bartlett Town Center

ATLANTA, Ga. — Branch Properties, an Atlanta-based private real estate investment firm, recently purchased Bartlett Towne Center, a 192,624 square-foot grocery-anchored community center in...