Parties Party and Pols Plan 

As the holiday season begins in Memphis, visions of sugar plums contend with dreams of new office.

Memphis mayor A C Wharton has been at the forefront of numerous initiatives of late, including the recently failed referendum for a half-cent sales-tax increase to provide for a citywide pre-K program, this week's showdown on a prospective purchase by the city…

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