Feature StoryStephanie Love stands in front at Whitney Elementary in Frayser, which residents say is negatively affected by a nearby landfill.

Community activists affect change in Frayser and North Memphis


Feature StoryThe exterior of Stylist Salon, a locally-owned business in Frayser.

Locally-owned business brings jobs back to Frayser


Feature StoryDr. Sarah Petschonek at Volunteer Odyssey's Downtown office (Jeff Hulett)
Development NewsHabitat for Humanity partners with Gtown church

Habitat for Humanity and Germantown church build 45th home


Development NewsAgricenter Showplace Arena

Agricenter ShowPlace Arena ready for modern-day makeover


Feature StoryThe hops grown at Agricenter International will be tested for their quality.

Mid-South farming experiment pursues a truly a local beer


Feature StoryCheerleaders take a moment between the action at the Melrose High School homecoming pep rally. (Andrea Morales)
Feature StoryNokomis McElroy stands for a portrait in Orange Mound. (Andrea Morales)
Feature StoryAccelerator programs hosted by organizations such as EPICenter Memphis, Memphis Bioworks and Start Co., help entrepreneurs launch businesses and   connect them with pathways to capital. To date, EPICenter has raised more than $16 million in capital.
Development NewsAn artist rendering shows the renovated building's office space with apartments in back.
Development NewsRhodes College Robertson Hall

Rhodes College unveils cutting-edge science facilities


Development NewsMemphis Theological Seminary new chapel

Memphis Theological Seminary building new chapel in Midtown


Innovation & Job NewsA resident looks on the devastation wrought by Hurricane Maria in Coamo, Puerto Rico.

How to get involved with Memphis' relief efforts for Puerto Rico


Innovation & Job News Creative Works Design Bootcamp student Jeannie Tomlinson-Saltmarsh works with Creative Works COO, Dan Price,​​​​ to finalize the logo for her neighborhood development project.

There's opportunity in Memphis for creative professionals


Development NewsJVD Aloft downtown

Empty Downtown building to be repurposed as boutique hotel


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