Heavy Bleeding Clinical Research Study
Heavy Bleeding? Suffering from heavy or long menstrual bleeding? Uterine Fibroids? Are you a premenopausal female 18 years of age or older? Looking for a no-cost alternative to surgery? Interested in trying a new investigational treatment? You may want to consider participating in a clinical research study. Compensation up to $1,540.00 available. Learn more by calling CNS Healthcare at 901-843-1045 or go to www.cnshealthcare.com [ad]
Pediatric Constipation Research Study
Is your teenager suffering from constipation? Are they having less than three bowel movements a week or complain about feeling bloated? If so, they may qualify for one of our constipation research studies. Compensation provided for time and travel. Learn more by calling CNS Healthcare at 901-843-1045 or go to www.cnshealthcare.com [ad]
Free Youth Sports Injury Prevention Symposium
Help keep kids safe in the sports they love! What you’ll learn: This half-day course will focus on injury prevention, recognition, and management of injuries when they happen, and guidelines for safe return-to-sports. Topics will include common sports injuries, injury prevention, overuse, and sports specialization. It is ideal for parents, athletic directors, coaches, trainers, administrators, and others who work with adolescent youth involved in organized sports. Free lunch and refreshments will be served. [ad]
The symposium provided by Campbell Clinic & Campbell Foundation
Register today (901) 759-5490 or [email protected]
Saturday, July 29, 2017 | 7:30 am – 1:00 pm
Bryan Campus Life Center
Rhodes College, Memphis, TN
Course Directors: John C. Hyden, M.D.
David D. Spence, M.D.
New Van Donated To MIFA’s Meals On Wheels
Homebound seniors will have a good meal thanks to a generous donation to the Metropolitan Inter-Faith Association. Tuesday, the Caesars Foundation donated a new van to MIFA’s Meals On Wheels program, which helps seniors get food they need. MIFA officials said this donation will positively affect the Memphis community for years to come.
MLGW fees to be refunded after weekend fiasco
When a false rumor spread on social media Saturday, July 8, that former Memphis Grizzlies player Zach Randolph donated $1 million to pay outstanding utility bill balances, Memphis Light, Gas and Water (MLGW) customers lined up at kiosks owned and operated by TIO Networks Corp., a cloud-based, multichannel bill payment processor, used by the public utility.
Software glitch causes MLGW bill frenzy, not cyber hack or Z-Bo donation
A software glitch from TIO Networks, the cloud-based, multichannel bill payment processor used by Memphis Light, Gas and Water, tricked thousands of Memphis utility customers over the weekend.
The American returns to Memphis
Twelve schools and their loyal fan bases will descend on Downtown Memphis in 2019. The American Athletic Conference announced Monday, July 10, that FedExForum will be the site of the 2019 American Athletic Conference Men’s Basketball Championships
FedEx Freight drivers vote to decertify union
A group of FedEx workers has decided to say goodbye to its union. FedEx announced that city and road drivers at a FedEx Freight service center in Charlotte voted to “decertify the Teamsters union as its bargaining representative.”
Airline suspends operations nationwide, including out of Memphis International
A start-up regional airline out of New Orleans is suspending flights, including those out of Memphis until it can find a new flight operator. GLO Airlines announced Tuesday, July 11, it is suspending operations nationwide effective Saturday, July 15.
First Look: Sprouts’ new East Memphis location
The new East Memphis location of Sprouts Farmers Market Inc. is set to open at 7 a.m. Wednesday, July 12, in the former “Baby Kroger” building.
See Inside: Edge Alley, the Edge District’s new cafe/coffee roaster/retail incubator
Chef and restaurant consultant Timothy Barker, along with Phil Massey, co-owner of High Cotton Brewing Co., partnered on the project located next door to High Cotton, at 600 Monroe Ave. The nearly 100-year-old building once was home to an ironworks facility, an auto upholstery business and a chrome plating shop. The interior design has subtle odes to its auto history, including a banquette that was custom-designed to look like the backseat of a Cadillac.
Memphis brewery begins bottling, will be available in select grocery stores
The craft brewery recently purchased a bottling line and is beginning to release limited edition bottles of different beers. The first, a batch of an IPA called Hop Swap, was released for the Soulsville Record Swap last month.
U of M plans to build between Highland, Patterson
The University of Memphis has been buying the property between Patterson and Highland for years, and now it is planning to build new office space in the area.
A closer look at the $25 million Nordstrom Rack development
The Nordstrom Rack en route to East Memphis is set to open Oct. 5, according to a sign recently posted outside the under-construction, $25 million development.
Girls Inc. plans to add a massive center in former South Memphis school
By the end of 2018, it plans to renovate and move into a nearly 30,000-square-foot building on the shuttered campus of Georgia Avenue Elementary. It will be the largest Girls Inc. center in the Mid-South and a cornerstone of Girls Inc.’s local presence.
Presbyterian Day School student project brings relief to Memphis food deserts
The first two boxes have been installed outside of a home at 823 Semmes Street and near My Cup of Tea at 3028 Carnes Avenue. In mid-July, more boxes will be installed at Bethlehem Baptist Church, 273 Ingle Avenue; Orange Mound Ministries, 845 Marechalneil Street and Clayborn Temple, 294 Hernando Street.
Levee Creamery in Collierville: Where ice cream meets coffee
The Levee Creamery in Collierville, which opened at 2059 S. Houston Levee Road in May, is marrying two locally produced delights that work wonderfully together: ice cream and fresh roasted coffee.