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West Tennessee is one of the three Grand Divisions in the U.S. state of Tennessee. Of the three, it is the most sharply defined geographically. Its boundaries are the Mississippi River on the west and the Tennessee River on the east. The region's boundaries expand slightly to include the entirety of Hardin County, which is bisected by the Tennessee River.

Unlike the geographic designations of regions of most U.S. states, the term West Tennessee has legal as well as socioeconomic meaning. West Tennessee, along with East Tennessee and Middle Tennessee, comprises one of the state's three Grand Divisions. According to the state constitution, no more than two of the state supreme court's five justices can come from any one Grand Division, and the Supreme Court meets in each of the three (the State Supreme Court building for West Tennessee is in Jackson). A similar rule applies to certain other commissions and boards as well, to prevent them from showing a geographic bias.

 

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A mystery buyer has a contract to buy the Tennessee Brewery building in Downtown Memphis, possibly saving the historic building from demolition. The undisclosed buyer is now in a 90-day due diligenc...

 

The $93 million public housing redevelopment of Cleaborn Homes for 362 new apartments in Downtown Memphis entered its final stretch this week. Birmingham, Ala.-based general contractor Capstone Build...

 

Jay McCarthy has been named chief financial officer of the Mississippi Development Authority. McCarthy, who will start Aug. 1, has nearly 30 years of experience in finance, banking and economic devel...

 

Memphis Business Journal's July 18 print edition features our annual Retirement Communities list, but we're giving web readers a preview of the top 5. The list ranks the communities by their number o...

 

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Moore Tech in Memphis will open facilities for its new precision medical machining course this fall. The private, nonprofit vocational school, which specializes in training students in technical skil...

 

The Memphis Area Transit Authority is on track to restart trolley service on Main Street Downtown over the next three to six months. Out of its fleet of 15 trolleys, MATA has singled out five in the ...

 

Mortgage rates were little changed this week and likely wont move much the rest of the year. Freddie Mac says a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage averaged 4.13 percent in the week ending July 24, unchanged...

 

New orders for manufactured durable goods in June increased by $1.8 billion or 0.7 percent to $239.9 billion, the U.S. Census Bureau announced today. The increase followed a 1 percent decrease in May...

 
 

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