As the holiday season begins in Memphis, visions of sugar plums contend with dreams of new office.
UPDATE: Wharton says he's running again; plus more on Bunker/Thomas.
Mayor Sharon Goldsworthy and city’s Board of Aldermen give up resistance and waive rights to three flagship schools.
GOP County Commissioner will submit resolution in committee on Wednesday, expects bipartisan support.
Resolution accepting Hopson proposal keeping 3 schools in county system to be voted on Monday night by Germantown Board of Aldermen.
UPDATE: Germantown Board votes 4-0 to approve agreement.
Pockets of resistance remain, but the Memphis schools controversy is resolving itself quickly.
Margin in low-turnout affair is 60 percent to 40 percent; Akbari wins easily in District 91.
Whether politically motivated or not, changes are coming to the state appellate courts.
All’s well that ends well (or has a chance to, anyhow) in the realm of politics.
Charter-school status could be sought by the suburb if negotiations with SCS to regain three school buildings fail.
At Monday night’s SCS board meeting, Superintendent Dorsey Hopson’s transformational school plan was approved.