Housing

Feature Story Homes in Lea's Woods (Ziggy Mack)
Feature Story Dalisia “Dee” Brye closed on her new home in Whitehaven in June with the help of United Housing's HUD-certified housing counselors. Brye sought home ownership after realizing that mortgage payments would be less than rental payments. (Submitted)
Feature Story Kenzie Cleaves stands inside a vacant unit in her North Memphis apartment complex that she said has been unsecured for over a year. Unsafe housing conditions can increase COVID-19-related deaths. (Ziggy Mack)

In poor communities, toxic housing is a risk factor for COVID-19 deaths


Feature Story The PepsiCo Foundation has pledge $7 million for nationwide COVID-19 relief, including $500,000 to the Community Foundation of Greater Memphis. (Banco de Alimentos Quito, PepsiCo Foundation)

Pepsi puts $500,000 toward COVID-19 relief in Memphis


Feature Story Pastor Jeffrie Howard, center, walks through diners at the Society of St. Vincent de Paul of Memphis's Ozanam Food Mission, March 2019. It was one of two area locations that served hot meals daily. COVID-19 has closed many soup kitchens. (Ziggy Mack)
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Feature Story Promise CDC has built 30 houses in North Memphis, most of them three- and four-bedroom single family homes. The homes are for rent and purchase at affordable prices. (Promise CDC)

Promise CDC builds homes, community, and investment in North Memphis


Feature Story Artist Terry Lynn's original sculpture design will pay homage to Foote Homes, the former public housing project that was raze for redevelopment into the new South City mixed-income development. (Symmbol Sanderlin)

Local artist creating sculpture for South City honoring legacy of Foote Homes


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