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County Clerk’s offices to reopen after a COVID case shut them down

Clerk Wanda Halbert says the seven locations will operate differently. They'll have appointments, and people will wait in their cars before being called into the office. Halbert warns there could be long lines and few employees at the counter until social distancing partitions are installed. The one-week shutdown was the second for the office since the global pandemic was declared in mid-March.

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Conaway: Katz and rats, dads and doughnuts

A funky triangle bounded by Park, Lamar and Airways would be the first shopping center where things would start to change, where black and white Memphis would mix and mingle, where Memphis would start to look like Memphis.

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The Ravine is about to take shape

Construction is to start next week on the $1 million Phase I. The sunken, two-block-long former rail spur will become a space for gathering, entertainment, dining, playing and shopping in the Edge District.

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