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Feature StoryThe supply of decorated cakes is thinning at the Orange Mound Kroger. (Brandon Dahlberg)

Orange Mound residents protest their closing grocery store



Feature StoryA graffitied sign for Graceland Parking on Elvis Presley Boulevard. (Brandon Dahlberg)

More than Graceland: Whitehaven's 200-year history



Feature StorySerenity gets bubble blowing lessons from her mom at the New Memphis Institute's Exposure 901 event in September 2017.

Feature StoryAn empty pedestal the morning of December 21. (Dylan Sandifer)

Cranes at twilight remove Confederate monuments from Memphis parks



Feature StorySaveFirst aims to reduce the amount of people that fall prey to predatory tax services, which often overcharge low-income families upwards of $400 for simple returns.

SaveFirst aims to reduce predatory tax preparation in Memphis



Feature StoryZay grew up in Binghampton and wants to change the perception of the community, as well as leave his mark on Memphis, through his fashion design.(Photo Credit: Brandon Dahlberg)

Binghampton resident inspires with homegrown t-shirt business



Feature StoryPaul Young (L) and Mayor Jim Strickland (R) sign a Green & Healthy Homes compact at a ceremony at the Benjamin Hooks Library on Nov. 30. (Lisa Buser)

Feature StoryColorful Mexican-inspired clothing, ceramics, clutches and other items from Mucho, one of the vendors whose items are available through the month of December at The Attic in Overton Square. (Aisling Maki)

Feature StoryKids start lining up at the home of Deidra Tuggle, the Candy Lady of Orange Mound.

On The Ground Live in Orange Mound



Feature StoryAndrea Morales, On The Ground photographer, instructs a Melrose High student in photo technique.

Feature StoryDr. Stacy Spencer, senior pastor at New Direction Christian Church, is one of the founders of MICAH.

Feature StoryStudents at Frayser Elementary learn exercises that promote understanding and emotional stability. (Courtesy Playback Memphis)

Feature StoryTiana Pyles became the new executive director of the Orange Mound Development Corporation in July and has goals to increase awareness about Orange Mound through two large scale festivals within the next two years.

Community developers show that Orange Mound is worth investment



Feature StoryA photo from 1955 of the Norris Grain Co. facilities on President's Island. (University of Memphis)

A history of President's Island from moonshiners to manufacturing



Feature StoryJimmy Garner raises his hand during the Sunday service at Beulah Baptist. (Andrea Morales)
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