The Early Word: Memphis goes back to schools, restaurateurs get a Blue Plate special

Mary Cashiola By , Daily Memphian
Updated: January 26, 2022 6:27 AM CT | Published: January 26, 2022 6:25 AM CT Subscribers only

A Bartlett commercial strip is part of a larger trend, a Cordova country club plans a more resort-style development and Whataburger is off the table in Collierville. 

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Mary Cashiola

Mary Cashiola

Mary Cashiola is a Memphian with more than 10 years of experience in local journalism. She is also a non-runner who runs, a former ad agency copywriter, a practicing home cook and an aspiring efficiency expert.


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