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You have to see this: 10 obscure local sitesRead Article

You've taken the tour of Graceland, walked the river replica on Mud Island, and enjoyed the tulips at the Dixon Garden. But if you think you've seen all of Memphis' notable sites, we have news for you. In celebration of local adventures in nice spring weather, here is our list of obscure ...

Youth Villages breaks ground on $22M expansionRead Article

Development work is underway on Bill’s Place, an ambitious $22 million expansion to Youth Villages existing campus in Bartlett, with completion slated for the spring of 2019.

Local property management group adds new division to aid distressed propertiesRead Article

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The City of Bartlett began as the final stage stop on the route to Nashville. Incorporated in 1866, it remained a primarily rural township until the 1970s. Today, Bartlett is the 10th largest city in Tennessee, with an estimated 58,264 people and 32.3 square miles. It’s ranked in the top 100 places to live by CNN and Money Magazine and boasts a thriving business community, award-winning school system, and numerous faith communities. The city is also home to Youth Villages Bartlett Campus, currently under a $22 million expansion.

Buff City Soap

Rapid expansion underway for Buff City Soap

Local leaders from the Muslim community assist at the Thistle & Bee farm.

Sound & Color: MLGW hoax, 1968 sanitation workers speak out

Memhis 3.0 event Ballet Memphis

Memphis 3.0 event maps early progress

Sierra Club event featuring MATA

Conservationists offer green solutions to Memphis public transit

Youth Villages Bill's Place

Youth Villages breaks ground on $22M expansion


Shopping for new life: The future of Memphis malls

Crystal Shrine Grotto

You have to see this: 10 obscure local sites

CVB Hazlett Google Trekker

CVB teams with Google to map Memphis

Agape Helps Students 1

Socially minded entrepreneurs help students excel

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SunTrust adopts Apple Pay service

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Memphis-Shelby County lands gold sustainability status

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