Cole Bradley

Cole Bradley is a native Memphian, graduate of the University of Memphis and High Ground's managing editor.

Cole's worked locally as a researcher and community engagement strategist and joined the High Ground team in Jan 2017. Cole is passionate about solutions journalism and anthro-journalism, fusing anthropological methods for deep community engagement with people-centered, sidewalk-level journalism.

Feature Story Ashley Davis is a freelance writer, author, educator, and educational consultant. She's now covering North Memphis as High Ground's lead On the Ground contributor. (Submitted)

Who is High Ground? Meet writer Ashley Davis


Feature Story The 2020 Urban Summit will be held February 28 and 29 at Mississippi Boulevard Christian Church in Madison Heights. (Urban Summit)

2020 Urban Summit tackles employment justice


Feature Story L to R: Community Correspondents Ian Randolph, Ivy Arnold, and Monique Rials listen attentively to a conversation on journalist ethics lead by trainer, Micaela Watts. (Cat Evans)

Video: When neighbors make the news


Feature Story Teen boys practice their basketball drills and skills at Manassas High School. (Ziggy Mack)

Photos: Welcome to (western) North Memphis


Feature Story The High Ground team enjoys a 'thank you lunch' on December 19 with key stakeholders who helped build our On the Ground coverage in Hickory Hill, including residents and representatives from nonprofits and the Memphis Police Department. (High Ground)

Our 'see you later' to Hickory Hill


Feature Story Millington Middle School

Chalkbeat asks readers to share stories of cold classrooms


Feature Story GoDaddy's Made in America docu-series premiered in Memphis on November 22. Its first episodes feature Memphis-area entrepreneurs. Stacy Cline stands at the far left. (Cole Bradley, High Ground News)

GoDaddy supports small business in Memphis, premiers docu-series


Feature Story The light of a claw machine casts an eerie light down the hallway of the former Hickory Ridge Mall. The mall is now owned by World Overcomers Church, who are working to repurpose it as a town center. (Ziggy Mack)

The History of Hickory Hill, Part II: Annexation and Aftermath