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Roscoe Dixon, Former Legislator, Dead at 71

Jackson Baker

Veteran public servant was one of several lawmakers ensnared in Tennessee Waltz sting.

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Roscoe Dixon, Former Legislator, Dead at 71

Veteran public servant was one of several lawmakers ensnared in Tennessee Waltz sting.

Infographic: Virus Cases Elevated From Last Week

Health officials are waiting until next week to decide if the higher numbers are a blip from Easter and Spring Break holidays or they are the beginning of a new surge.

Transfer of “Three Gs” Braked, Pending Talks

According to state Representative Mark White (R-Memphis), Education chair in the Tennessee House, the fate of the Germantown public schools known as the “Three Gs” is still unsealed, despite a maneuver last week by his Senate counterpart, Brian Kelsey (R-Germantown). A bill requiring the three schools — Germantown Elementary School, Germantown Middle School, and Germantown… Continue reading Transfer of “Three Gs” Braked, Pending Talks

Good Fortune Co. Slated to Open Mid-July on South Main

Good Fortune Co. is Memphis’ good fortune. The new Asian restaurant at 361 South Main Street, the site of the old SOB Gastropub, is slated to open this summer. It’s a joint effort between Sarah Cai and Arturo Leighton. “Right now, we’re looking at mid-July,” says Cai, 25. “It’s kind of a moving target because… Continue reading Good Fortune Co. Slated to Open Mid-July on South Main