Desiree Stennett Memphis Commercial Appeal Published 7:06 AM EDT Jul 11, 2019 When Rebecca Matlock Hutchinson and her husband decided to purchase a home 17 years ago, they settled in Soulsville. Hutchinson knew the neighborhood well. Her family's history there stretched back decades. Before Hutchinson was born, her mother, now 90, had been among the first residents of the LeMoyne Gardens public housing complex when construction ended decades ago, although her mother lived there only a short time. And as a child, Hutchinson grew up attending services at the Metropolitan Baptist Church on Walker Avenue. So, when she and her husband were ready to buy their house, McLemore Avenue running through the center of Soulsville was the only place they could see themselves. "We made the conscious decision to invest in this community," she said. Nearly two decades later, the Soulsville Hutchinson knows today is vastly different from the one she moved into in 2002. She … [Read more...] about Soulsville: What needs to happen for development in neighborhood
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They loaded their van in the dark: blankets and diaper bag, formula and feeding tube, portable ventilator, suction machine, oxygen sensor. Anthony DeLuna slid his son’s medical stroller behind the passenger seat. Maggie Hoyle-Germann packed the shirt their 5-year-old had picked out to wear to the Capitol. At 3 a.m., they bent over Lincoln’s bed. “Good morning, sleepy head,” Anthony whispered. “Didn’t I tell you it would be super early?” “It’s going to be a long drive,” Maggie said. “We’ve got important business to do.” Anthony unplugged Lincoln’s breathing tube, and Maggie scooped the boy into her arms. They didn’t really have to go to Tallahassee. The state representative had said he would introduce the bill and tell his colleagues why it mattered. But Anthony and Maggie wanted the lawmakers to meet Lincoln. So on Wednesday, they left Lutz to make the nearly five-hour drive. They’d … [Read more...] about ‘I need help. Please.’ Five-year-old asks legislators to fund cost of keeping him alive
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Security token offerings help you to avoid the potential fraud of an ICO, and let you utilize a crowdfunding platform to raise cryptocurrency. Sarah Austin Published 5:00 pm CDT, Thursday, October 25, 2018 Photo: Andrew Baker | Getty Images Photo: Andrew Baker | Getty Images Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: Andrew Baker | Getty Images ICOs vs. STOs: How to Know Which One Is Right for Your Business 1 / 1 Back to Gallery There’s nothing worse than running out of capital when you’re trying to get your business off the ground. If you're an entrepreneur who's tapped all your relatives for money, and your bank account is bone dry, what options are left for you? Related: Why You Should … [Read more...] about ICOs vs. STOs: How to Know Which One Is Right for Your Business
GOOD MORNING, MASSACHUSETTS. We’re already halfway through the week. WARREN'S EARLY GROUND GAME — Former staffers to Sen. Elizabeth Warren have joined Democratic state parties in three early-voting states, firming up her grassroots organization in key regions if she follows through on a 2020 presidential run. Story Continued Below Warren alums have taken key positions in New Hampshire, South Carolina and Nevada in recent months. And though Warren has only said she’d take a "hard look" at running for president in 2020 once the November midterms are over, it looks like she's already building out her ground game. "She's putting all the pieces in place. If she does decide to run, she's off to the races," political consultant Mary Ann Marsh told me. "She'll be a force to be reckoned with, no question. These are very smart moves." Within the last week or so, former Warren press secretary Saloni Sharma joined the South Carolina Democratic Party as communications director. … [Read more...] about WARREN’s ground game — GALVIN’s voter guide — TRUMP BUMP for retirees?