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The store, owned by the Shirley family for almost 50 years, had been closed since April 6 in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
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Memphis’ best known restaurant, the Rendezvous, opened on Friday, June 5, one of a handful of Downtown restaurants to reopen after closing for COVID-19.
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Bobby White, a man with a long career in Memphis and Shelby County politics, says oversight of local police has been left to law enforcement officials alone for far too long.
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“We’re in our mid-60s, so it’s time,” Jennifer Baumer said. “Then I think, having seven weeks at home, my husband was like, ‘I think I’m ready to do this.’ "
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Apologies are necessary. Especially now. But it's what happens after the apology that matters. A story of two Memphis ministers and one simple request.
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UTHSC students organized the event to focus attention on disparities in medical care along racial lines, drawing hundreds of medical workers to the Midtown rally.
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The leader of the consulting team that drafted a plan for MLGW potentially getting power from providers other than TVA said the report shows savings for MLGW.
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While coronavirus remains a threat to our country, protests over George Floyd's death persist as well, and some struggle to reconcile socially distancing with protesting in large groups.
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Patricia Myles, 49, was breathing on her own after being treated with the experimental drug, remdesivir. She was discharged from Baptist Memorial Hospital-Memphis, 21 days after the intravenous therapy started.
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The Daily Memphian 9h
FedEx Express has been reorganized from six regions globally to three, and Richard W. Smith is overseeing a newly formed Americas region: the U.S., Canada, Latin America and the Caribbean.
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The Daily Memphian 10h
The store, owned by the Shirley family for almost 50 years, had been closed since April 6 in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
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The Daily Memphian 11h
Memphis’ best known restaurant, the Rendezvous, opened on Friday, June 5, one of a handful of Downtown restaurants to reopen after closing for COVID-19.
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The Daily Memphian 12h
The curfew, renewed on a daily basis by executive order, has been in effect since Monday.
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The Daily Memphian 13h
Apologies are necessary. Especially now. But it's what happens after the apology that matters. A story of two Memphis ministers and one simple request.
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The Daily Memphian 14h
UTHSC students organized the event to focus attention on disparities in medical care along racial lines, drawing hundreds of medical workers to the Midtown rally.
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Germantown has several financial challenges it is facing in its budget in light of the coronavirus pandemic. The board approved its $58.7 million operating budget Thursday evening.
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EDGE has approved $304,000 in NEED grants for 54 businesses, many of them minority and women-owned enterprises.
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The Daily Memphian 17h
NBA’s owners voted to resume the 2019-2020 NBA season, paused since mid-March to account for the coronavirus. The Grizzlies and 22 other teams will head to Orlando for eight regular-season games and a full playoff slate at least.
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While coronavirus remains a threat to our country, protests over George Floyd's death persist as well, and some struggle to reconcile socially distancing with protesting in large groups.
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The leader of the consulting team that drafted a plan for MLGW potentially getting power from providers other than TVA said the report shows savings for MLGW.
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