On February 14th, 2013, a subject passed a counterfeit $100.00 bill at a store on the north side of town. He purchased some Valentine's Day items. The bill was later determined to be counterfeit. He was described as a black male, with light colored skin complexion. The attached photo is a screen capture from the store surveillance system.
Anyone with information regarding this suspect should contact Jackson Police at 731-425-8400 or Crime Stoppers at 731-424-8477
New IPhone App Allows Expecting Moms To Create Personal Time-Lapse Pregnancy Video
CineMama Helps March Of Dimes Share Healthy Pregnancy Information
NASHVILLE, TENN., [2/19/13] – Women can create a time-lapse video of their pregnancy – and get health tips along the way – through a new, free, interactive iPhone app called CineMama available from the March of Dimes.
Time-lapse pregnancy slideshows and videos are an emerging trend among expecting parents as a way of creating a digital keepsake of their pregnancy to share with loved ones. Through CineMama, the March of Dimes will tap into that trend to share its important health information.
"CineMama is a fun way for us to reach women and let them know that healthy babies are worth the wait," said Patricia Goldman, March of Dimes, vice president and chief marketing officer. "Moms-to-be will be rewarded with a complete video diary of their pregnancy when they use this app."
The app can be downloaded from iTunes at: http://bit.ly/VMtwWc
Last week state government’s Jimmy West provided the Brownsville Board of Mayor and Aldermen with an update on development progress at the megastite. The nearly 4,000 acre tract located near I-40’s Exit 42 is officially known as the Memphis Megasite.
Last night West provided the same update to county commissioners. In today’s report we provide some details.
• The State of Tennessee has already invested $110 million in the project: $40 million to purchase the 3,840 acre site, $59.7 million in additional appropriations, and $10.4 milion kicked in from the Tennessee Dept. of Transportation.
(February 19, 2013), Jackson, TN - At the February monthly meeting of the County Legislative Body, Commissioners passed a resolution called the "2nd Amendment Preservation Resolution"
The written purpose of the resolution and the goal of it's supporters is to "prevent federal infringement on the right to keep and bear arms; nullifying all federal acts in violation of the Second Amendment to the Constitution of the United States of America"
After the meeting Commissioners Adrian Eddleman and Gerry Neese had these comments;
The resolution goes on to read; "Furthermore, we hereby ask the Sheriffs of the State of Tennessee to act on behalf of the citizens to defend them against infringements upon their rights and to the federal government to the limitations provided under the Constitution"
Madison County Sheriff David Woolfork had these remarks;
The resolution states that Commissioners requests the state legislators adopt any and all measures to reject any federal law or act in violation of the Second Amendment as well as clarify the duties of the Sheriffs of Tennessee to defend the citizens against infringement upon their Second Amendment right.
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