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The greenprint for the Mid-South Regional Greenprint and Sustainability Plan has been revealed and is set to make Memphis more eco-friendly by 2040. The plan includes improving public transportation systems and enhancing sustainable uses for area green spaces. The plan is geared towards enhancing “regional sustainability by establishing a unified vision for a region-wide network […]

A little over a week ago, two republican senators filed legislation to repeal Tennessee’s Common Core standards, despite the attempts that have already been made by Governor Bill Haslam for public review of the higher benchmarks in English and math. The recent proposal calls for a Tennessee Standards Commission (TSC) to be set up. Once […]

If you are in the market for a new home, beware of the house’s gruesome history. This past July, The Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled that the seller of a home does not have to tell the buyer about murders, suicides, and other tragic events that have happened on the premises. Have you bought a haunted […]

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A new dining option is has come to the South Main area of Downtown Memphis, according to reports in the local business journal. The neighborhood restaurant, known as Café Pontotoc, which is owned by Milton and Cherie Lamb, now serves wine, local beer and small plates at 314 S. Main St. from 4 p.m. to […]

While this probably might not come as a surprise to local Tennessee foodies, a recent survey from Travel + Leisure posted on CNN shared that Tennessee is at the top of the barbecue food chain in the U.S. The survey ranked Memphis barbecue No. 2 behind Nashville on a list of the top 10 best […]

Shelby County, which consists of several Tennessee cities including Memphis, experienced a drop in home sales in May compared to the same month last year and also from April. This data was compiled by the real estate information company called Chandler Reports, which also showed that Shelby County recorded 1,242 home sales in May, down […]

Thinking of starting a business, but not sure where to begin? Picking the right city to set up shop is definitely one of the top to-dos. According to the findings of a finance site, Memphis ranks as the 10th best option among places in the US to start your business. So why should you start […]

The freight company ArcBest Corp. might acquire ABF Freight, according to BizJournals, in a move that would pull a part of ABF out of Arkansas and into Memphis. The move would mean that 420 jobs in the Arkansas facility would move to Memphis, according to current employees at the company. While no official decision has […]

While it is not a permanent solution for unemployment, it is certainly a temporary one. Memphis in May International Festivals is looking to fill more than 40 seasonal positions this spring. The jobs, which will run from the end of April through May, are for support staff for events that include Beale Street Music Festival, […]

Memphis International Airport has lost its status as a Delta hub, but it’s gaining a new reputation for lower air fares—which is much more appealing in the eyes of tourists and airport officials who are hoping for a boost in traffic. The airport’s average domestic fares fell to $434 in the fourth quarter of 2013 […]