Thursday, April 20, 2005

• A Pilgrimage to remember •
More than 1,000 visit city

By SUE WATSON
Staff Writer

This year’s attendance at the Holly Springs Pilgrimage was up by several hundred, according to Susie Murphy, chairperson of the garden club planning committee. An estimated 1,200 visitors toured the historic homes, up from between 900 to 1,000 last year. Final attendance figures were not available this week.

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Businesses on N. Memphis seek tax relief

By SUE WATSON
Staff Writer

W.A. McMillan submitted a resolution from the Marshall County Community Development Corp., signed by Sy Oliver and Alfred Moore, asking for a five-year tax release for 14 businesses they allege have been adversely affected by the North Memphis Street revitalization project.

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Rehab facility tossed back to city zoning

By SUE WATSON
Staff Writer

The conversion of the old Holly Springs convalescent home building on Highway 4 for use as a women’s alcohol and drug rehabilitation facility is still up in the air, awaiting a possible rezoning of the property.

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Tennessee taps Hall for Top 40 Under 40

By SUE WATSON
Staff Writer

Marshall County’s Amy Hall of Cornersville was among 40 young people in the Nashville area listed this year in the Top 40 Under 40, published in the April 3 issue of The Tennessean.

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