Corinne S. Kennedy, Commercial Appeal

Corinne S. Kennedy

Commercial Appeal

Memphis, TN, United States

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  • Commercial Appeal
Past:
  • USA TODAY
  • Hattiesburg American
  • The Desert Sun
  • RGJ.com
  • Star-Telegram.com

Recent articles by Corinne:

Memphis Zoo welcomes two baby jaguars; here's a look at the adorable cubs

The Memphis Zoo is home to two new — and adorable — jaguar cubs. → Read More

The Memphis Zoo has two new baby animals. Can you guess what they are?

This year, the Memphis Zoo has welcomed several other babies including a giraffe, a Francois’ langur monkey and an African black-footed penguin. → Read More

As Germantown vies for Baldrige award, here's what previous winners say about its impact

Three municipalities have previously won Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Awards. Officials from Fort Collins and Coral Springs spoke highly of the process. → Read More

The Grove at GPAC is nearing completion as the arts center starts its 25th season

The $7.5 million outdoor theater, expected to open in early spring, will feature an outdoor stage, bar and giant video screen. → Read More

Mike Miller announces opening date for Let It Fly sports bar in Germantown

The sports bar will feature traditional bar fare, barbecue from award-winning chef Melissa Cookston, plenty of televisions and two golf simulator bays. → Read More

State open records counsel: Germantown didn't violate open meetings act with censure

Alderman Dean Massey filed a complaint with the state agency Friday after his colleagues voted 3-2 to censure him on Monday. → Read More

John Barzizza concedes Germantown mayoral race 10 months after election day

A legal complaint the former alderman filed against the Shelby County Elections Commission, and its administrator has also been dismissed. → Read More

After a long and at times hostile meeting, Germantown aldermen vote to censure Dean Massey

Alderman Dean Massey created his own email for city use after failing to take a city cyber security training and losing partial access to his city email. → Read More

Germantown to be featured on public television show hosted by Laurence Fishburne

The independently produced, 30-minute documentary-style program "Information Matrix" is hosted by actor Laurence Fishburne and airs on PBS stations. → Read More

Trader Joe's back to normal after weekend armed robbery closes Germantown location

Germantown police said Monday that the investigation was ongoing and asked anyone with more information to come forward. → Read More

Germantown: Rocky Janda moves to censure Dean Massey over cybersecurity training, private email

Alderman Dean Massey created a private email address for city business after his city email access was limited for incomplete cybersecurity training. → Read More

Germantown retail and restaurants: Here's what recently opened, coming soon

Retailers Warehouse 67 and Altar'd State have opened to Germantown customers recently with The Container Store and JOANN Fabrics soon to follow. → Read More

A Germantown alderman didn't want to do cybersecurity training, so he created his own email for city business

Germantown City Administrator Patrick Lawton said Alderman Dean Massey's refusal to do the training was "reckless and irresponsible." → Read More

Germantown is shortlisted for a national award, but not all aldermen support the city's bid

Germantown aldermen approved a $33,000 payment to host judges for the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award later this month. → Read More

Sneak peek: See inside two houses on 2019 Central Gardens Home and Garden Tour

Do you remember the "underground house?" You can tour the new home built on that site in this year's home and garden tour in Midtown Memphis. → Read More

Get to know the new Collierville Schools superintendent and his vision for the school system

Collierville superintendent Gary Lilly joins the district after 25 years with Bristol Tennessee City Schools, including 10 as director of schools. → Read More

Think you have the fastest weenie dog in the Memphis area? Find out in Germantown next month

Race eligibility is limited to the first 100 dogs whose humans submit applications. Registration ends on Aug. 30, and the race will be Sept. 7. → Read More

The Container Store sets opening date for Germantown location; here's what to expect

The 19,300-square-foot store on Exeter Road — next to the beloved Trader Joe's — will open in September, according to the company. → Read More

Could Endangered Species Act changes affect animals in Memphis Zoo conservation projects?

A dusky gopher frog restoration project released hundreds of frogs into the wild. Zoo officials hope the frogs will make little tadpoles of their own. → Read More

Germantown aldermen OK partial moratorium on 'single-use' apartment buildings

Two aldermen said the language could open the city up to applications for mixed-use developments with apartments, but the resolution still passed unanimously. → Read More