Corinne S. Kennedy, Commercial Appeal

Corinne S. Kennedy

Commercial Appeal

Memphis, TN, United States

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Recent articles by Corinne:

Memphis development: What's the status of the Downtown Mobility Center?

The $40 million Downtown Mobility Center is on track to open to the public in July 2023. → Read More

DHL seeking tax break with unnamed partner company for Memphis warehouse

The application provided no other information about the potential customer other than the fact that the company does not currently operate in Memphis. → Read More

Five Memphis healthcare workers charged with conspiracy, HIPAA violations

The former Methodist employees are accused of selling the names and phone numbers of patients who were in car crashes. → Read More

Serenity Recovery Centers in Memphis gets federal grant, will expand work

Grant will help Serenity Recovery Centers expand the work it does for pregnant women and new moms in Memphis living with substance abuse disorders. → Read More

'Elation to despair': Memphis 901 FC knocked out of USL Championship playoffs

The Tampa Bay Rowdies beat Memphis 901 FC 1-0 on Sunday night after scoring on a last-second penalty. → Read More

Downtown Sheraton moving forward with $226 million update. Here's a look the plans.

The hotel group plans to renovate the entire Downtown Sheraton hotel and construct a new tower to add 300 rooms to the 600-room hotel. → Read More

Downtown development: Tom Intrator to seek more incentives for Dream Hotel

Plans for Tom Intrator's Dream Hotel project have also been changed to include two floors of apartments. → Read More

Southern College of Optometry's Eye Center serves 60,000 a year. And it's growing

Southern College of Optometry's The Eye Center serves 60,000 people a year, many of whom are provided with free or low-cost vision care. → Read More

Gordon Food Service's first Memphis store to open this week

Gordon Food Service's Memphis store will be open daily and will offer produce, meat, fresh-popped popcorn and an in-store food truck with to-go meals. → Read More

Downtown Memphis: First section of Tom Lee Park renovations complete

The bluff was dedicated as the Carlisle Cutbank Bluff Thursday evening after a $1.5 million investment by Carlisle Corp. in the park. → Read More

80-acre development planned for Eads featuring residential, office and neighborhood market

Initial plans for the Harrington Place development also call for about 26 acres of open and recreational space. → Read More

'Our city is hurting': Memphis leaders react to deadly shooting spree with anger, sadness

Following a shooting spree that left four dead, three injured and a community shaken, Memphis leaders have expressed anger, sadness and defiance. → Read More

QDOBA coming to Memphis: What we know about the fast-casual Mexican chain's plans

QDOBA has more than 700 locations in the U.S. and Canada, four in Tennessee. The menu features bowls, burritos, tacos, nachos, quesadillas and more. → Read More

Downtown Memphis: Mid-South Cotton Grower's Association Building at 44 S. Front for sale

The old Mid-South Cotton Grower's Association Building contains six apartment units and ground-floor retail space. → Read More

This brain surgery is a last chance, and there’s only one place in Memphis to get it

Saint Francis Hospital-Memphis is one of two Tennessee hospitals offering the GammaTile procedure, which gives brain tumor patients another option. → Read More

What’s the future of Mud Island? Consultant says ‘real, direct honesty’ needed

How can Mud Island be successfully redeveloped? Letting go of the past is part of it, consultant says. → Read More

Mid-South, Tennessee groups get $37 million from US government for workforce development

Two Memphis-based organizations looking to ramp up workforce development operations in the Mid-South have been awarded a collective $36.9 million. → Read More

Shuttered CK's on Poplar could be demolished, new Scooter's coffee shop built

Scooter's Coffee currently has eight Tennessee locations and two more in the works, not counting the potential Memphis expansion. → Read More

Gordon Food Service grocery store to open in Midtown next month

Gordon Food Service on Union Avenue will be the company's first location in Memphis and the fifth in Tennessee. → Read More

EDGE to acquire, redevelop property around old Firestone plant in North Memphis

The development board plans to acquire 27 acres at the site for redevelopment. → Read More