NASHVILLE — That old saying about ill winds blowing somebody some good applies to the version of the community oversight bill passed on Monday
It has been no secret that Tami Sawyer is disinclined to wait on events. Clearly, the progressive activist and first-term Shelby County commissioner would
Lee concentrates on four areas of government; gets good response from GOP super-majority.
NASHVILLE — Tennessee Governor Bill Lee delivered his first State of the State address Monday night in the House chamber of the state Capitol
James Mackler, the once and future Democratic candidate for the U.S. Senate, was on hand for the beginning of Monday's meeting of the Shelby
The past few years have seen the passing away of numerous giants whose imprint on Memphis history (and on human history, for that matter)
Monday's meeting of the Shelby County Commission began with the attendees under instruction to take a deep breath. This was both because County Mayor
NASHVILLE — As the 2019 session of the Tennessee General Assembly concluded its first full week of activity last Friday, it became obvious that
Following their good results in the election year 2018, which saw variations on blue wave voting in every governmental sphere except, arguably, the elections
Bet you never heard this said before: "Memphis is to Nashville as Vietnam is to China." Huh? That dandy little syllogism was stated on
A quartet of Republicans make their case to succeed Mark Norris as state senator from District 32.
In the first of two scheduled formal debates this week, the four Republican candidates to succeed newly minted federal judge Mark Norris in his
The candidates for the District 32 state Senate special election are already in high gear.
"Nine days! That's all we've got!" Thus did George Chism exhort the supporters gathered around him last Wednesday for a meet-and-greet/fund-raiser at the Bank