Two Bartlett police officers are in trouble from recent events — one arrested over the weekend on a domestic assault charge, and a second charged administratively for abuse of the department’s sick leave policy.
Memphis police officer Kobena Cash, 38, has been arrested after he was pulled over Sunday on charges he was driving under the influence, ran a stop sign, was driving with tags that expired in 2011 and that he refused to submit to a field sobriety test.
Lauren Basham, 8, (middle) grabs a scoop of ice cream to finish creating an ice cream sandwich as her sister, Caeley Basham (left), 6, and Drew Hollomon, 8, look on during their “Kids in the Kitchen” class at Singleton Community Center in Bartlett Tuesday evening.
China’s new leaders believe the ancient ways are too slow for their accelerated economic plans. Perhaps. Still China must find solutions that integrate its urbanization plans with the time-honored ethics of Buddhist meditations.
Chinese and South Korean stocks fall on caution ahead of the Federal Reserve’s monetary-policy decision later in the day, while Japanese shares rally on a weaker yen and strong overnight gains on Wall Street.
The main question hanging over financial markets right now is when and how the Federal Open Market Committee may change its monetary policy in coming months. That’s why Wednesday is shaping up to be a big markets day and MarketWatch reporters analyzed how various asset classes may react depending on the message the Fed sends to the financial markets.
Above is the revised version of the proposed parking deck in Cooper-Young. The original version that we received from Structured Parking Solutions was incorrect. Instead of a 3 story structure, the original version was a 4-story and not in proportion to what is being proposed.
The June issue of the LampLighter is online, and coming to your front porch soon. this month: an interview with the artist of the new McLean mural, a feature on Payne’s Bar-B-Q and news of new retail stores opening on Central.
Volunteers are needed this Sunday from 9 am-2 pm to help with the final touch-ups on the western side of the McLean Mural. You do not need to bring anything other than yourself, but do remember to wear old clothes since you will be painting! The western half of the McLean Mural is expected to [...]
This little black Scottie dog wandered up to a house at Cox and Cowden on Saturday afternoon. Finder has checked for microchip and is there not one. There were also no tags on the dog. If you recognize the dog, please email Alex at E-mail hidden to prevent spam.
We have a small change in the kick-off date of the Barksdale Mural project. Due to an illness in the artist’s family, the Barksdale Mural kick off will be postponed until July. We apologize for the delay, but we strongly believe that family should come first, especially in times of illness. Please keep her family in [...]
David Upton and Tamara Cook presented the proposal for the Cooper-Young parking deck to City Council Budget Committee members. They are asking for $3.4 million on behalf of the CYBA and CY business owners. Much like we heard at our General Meeting a month and some ago, the parking deck would consist of 150 spaces [...]
This cutie was found yesterday in Cooper-Young. She seems to be in good health and is very well-trained. Finder is checking for microchip. If you recognize this dog, or are missing one, please call 901-272-2922.
Please take a moment and fill out this important survey regarding the plans for the proposed parking deck. The deck would be located south of Young Avenue, between Meda and Blythe streets, be 3 stories and accommodate between 150-170 cars. This survey is only for residents and business owners of the Cooper-Young neighborhood so that [...]
From a resident: Our cat Sophie went missing last night. My fiance and I live at 2150 Elzey (the old Buns on the Run) and we’re reaching out to as many people as we can to try to find her. She’s very friendly and on the small side. My boyfriend Chris’ number is (901) 233-8734. [...]
On Tuesday, May 14th, there will be a Public Meeting to discuss pavement resurfacing and bicycle facility improvements along McLean from Lamar to Hunter. The meeting will be Tuesday from 6-8 pm at Snowden Elementary School. if you are unable to attend, but want to express your thoughts on the corridor, you may send an email [...]
LeBron James shrugged off a poor start to get 32 points, 11 assists and 10 rebounds, Ray Allen hit a 3-pointer with 5.2 seconds to play to force OT and the Heat staved off elimination with a 103-100 victory over the Spurs in Game 6 of the NBA Finals.
Investigators searched New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez's North Attleboro, Mass., home Tuesday in connection with the death of a man who police said was an associate of Hernandez, ABC News reported.
Chad Johnson said Tuesday in an interview with ABC's "Good Morning America" that he's learned his "lesson" after spending seven days in jail and hopes he can still get another chance to play in the NFL.
Steve Gleason wrote on his organization's Facebook page that he accepts the apologies of the three Atlanta radio disc jockeys who mocked his Lou Gehrig's disease in a skit Monday morning and later were fired.
Major League Baseball is dragging its feet on having team owners vote on the Oakland Athletics' proposed move to a new ballpark 40 miles south in San Jose, San Jose city officials said in a lawsuit filed Tuesday.
All-Star Oklahoma City Thunder point guard Russell Westbrook posted a video on the Vine social media service earlier this week to announce he no longer needs to use crutches, a big milestone in his recovery from knee surgery last month.
Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper has been cleared to begin testing his injured knee a week after receiving a cortisone shot and a platelet-rich plasma injection into the joint, according to local media reports.