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As our summer comes to an end, we look forward to the changing of the seasons and before we know it, another year will be upon us. The Professional Network on Aging held their first annual Golf Tournament on Monday, Sept. 20th at Windyke Country Club. We would first like to thank the wonderf…

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Shelby County lost four state House of Representatives seats during the span of four 10-year federal censuses that started in 1980, and the 2020 Census numbers will likely result in one additional loss.

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It has been said that this country needs to vaccinate 70% to 85% of the population to reach herd immunity from COVID-19.

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The Professional Network on Aging is working diligently on our first PNA GOLF TOURNAMENT.

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We have noticed the declining number of COVID-19 cases over the last few weeks. This is true both locally and nationally. As of the last of May nationally, we had the lowest number of new cases since March a year ago.

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Republican Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee has ended all federal pandemic unemployment compensation programs in the state as of July 3.

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The Pink Palace Family of Museums has changed its name after nearly 45 years to MoSH, Memphis Museum of Science & History.

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The next several weeks will provide Memphis and Shelby County property owners with a much better picture of how the 2021 Reappraisal program will affect their individual values.

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CAMP LEMONNIER, Djibouti (Feb. 26, 2021) Camp Lemonnier Commanding Officer U.S. Navy Capt. Kyle Schuman, right, speaks with Chief Personnel Specialist Homero Segura, from Millington, Tenn., of after pinning him with a Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal during an awards ceremony on base…

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WASHINGTON, D.C.—Tammi Singleton, a native of Memphis and 2008 graduate of the University of Memphis, was selected as the Commander, Navy Installations Command senior non-supervisor civilian of the quarter for the 3rd quarter of 2020.

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The Downtown Memphis Commission welcomes visitors to downtown this season with this Christmas tree at the corner of Main Street and Peabody Place. The real Santa will safely greet children here from inside a snowglobe adorned with St Jude Children's Research Hospital patient artwork. Photos …

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During these times of isolation, it is especially hard for seniors living in independent living and other care facilities who are used to having family, friends and clergy check in to provide socialization, comfort and companionship.

Pet therapy and visitation are ways to help increase self-esteem and mental and physical activity while not having the responsibilities that come with pet ownership.

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Phillip Zell “PZ” Horton III, a volunteer at the Tennessee Genealogical Society, gives his personal time to help others research their family histories.

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Some of the best gifts and ideas come out of love and concern for others, and so it was this time.

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We know how to help you save some of your valuable time. When it is time to renew your driver’s license you can now call ahead and make an appointment for a specific time. Or you can sign up on line at: www.tn.gov/safety/driverservices.

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Tennessee voters who request an absentee by-mail ballot for the Nov. 3 election can track the status of their ballot on the Secretary of State’s website using the Absentee By-Mail Ballot Status Tracker tool.

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On Tuesday, March 10, we played the Orlando Magic. The Memphis Grizzlies were having a fantastic winning streak, and I was excited to watch a game as a fan. We lost. The very next night, the NBA announced it was suspending the remainder of the season due to the coronavirus. The pandemic of 2…

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After an abbreviated season in 2019 to accommodate renovations and expansion to add larger public spaces, upgraded concession areas, accessible lobby adjustments and more restrooms facilities, Theatre Memphis will re-open Sept. 25. With “Hello, Dolly” as the opener, the theater will begin ce…

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Summer of Safety campaign from the Tennessee Department of Commerce & Insurance shares advice for reducing risk in homes, emergency situations and financial matters. 

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The nine-county Memphis metro area lost more than 34,000 residents to people moving elsewhere between 2010 and 2019, according to recently released U. S. Census Bureau estimates.

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Scammers love to impersonate government officials. They routinely claim to be from the IRS, Medicare, and the Social Security Administration and others. Sometimes the names they use are names of real government agencies. But sometimes they’re just made up. Regardless of the name, the scammer…

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The City Council did the right thing when it decided to allow voters to determine if police and fire personnel can live outside Shelby County as long as the location is not more than 50 miles from Memphis.

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MLGW has begun a Shelby County-wide reorganization of customer meter reading routes and billing cycles. The purpose of the project is to allow MLGW to more effectively serve customers as meter reading routes are consolidated and streamlined.

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BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee is continuing its primary care enhancement efforts by forming a joint venture with Sanitas, a Keralty company, to open eight primary care medical centers, four of them in the Memphis area.