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Past articles by Jalyn:

Nonprofits team up to ease holidays for families of Cummings Elementary students months after shooting

Memphis Artists for Change and Beyond Educating Foundation have collected and organized donations that will be given to families of Cummings Elementary students. → Read More

Two resolutions at Memphis City Council meeting to honor Young Dolph

Councilman Smiley will present two resolutions: one to honor the late rapper's legacy as a Memphian, icon, and entrepreneur and the other to name a street after him. → Read More

MLGW, TVA to celebrate 500th home to undergo money-saving energy upgrades

Homes that participate in the EnergyRight Home Uplift undergo energy efficiency upgrades. The program is only for low-income households. → Read More

Free, confidential HIV testing available on World AIDS Day

On Wednesday, people can receive free and confidential HIV testing at the department's sexual health clinic located at 814 Jefferson Ave in room 102. → Read More

Memphis artist hopes Young Dolph piece she created for family brings comfort, healing

Resin glass artist Domonique Madden designed the Young Dolph piece hoping to bring good memories and comfort to the family → Read More

Multiple people shot in Frayser in two separate shootings; one dead

MPD investigating two separate shootings at the Valero gas station on N. Watkins in Frayser. A man is dead, two women injured. → Read More

Hearing to be held Tuesday to formally remove Pervis Payne from the death penalty

A hearing is scheduled for Tuesday morning at 9:30 a.m. where a judge is expected to formally grant Payne relief from the death sentence. → Read More

Buy A Tree. Change A Life. | Christmas trees benefit children locally and globally

All proceeds from Christmas trees purchased at the "Buy A Tree. Change A Life." tent in Southaven go to Healing Hearts Child Advocacy Center and global mission work → Read More

Want to make a film? Mentorship program gives Memphis youth filmmaking opportunity

Indie Memphis is taking applications for this year's CrewUp Youth Mentorship Program. It pairs students with mentors to create a film of their own. → Read More

Memphis Zoo Lights display is its biggest yet

Memphis Zoo Lights has taken this year's display to the next level with its most lights ever. → Read More

West Memphis revives Veterans Day parade after 50 years without, will honor fallen solider

A parade will set out from the parking lot of Lehr Arena at 10 a.m. on Thursday heading down Broadway Ave. to where it will end at the VFW on South Avalon. → Read More

SCS calls on men to step up as mentors for students

The district's Band Of Brothers mentorship program launched in 2019 to help male students by providing mentors. More are needed. → Read More

Curb-to-curb public transit service Ready! expands to Northaven, Frayser, and Cordova

The curb-to-curb public transit service, similar to Uber or Lyft, is currently free to use during its one-year pilot program. → Read More

U.S. lifts restrictions for foreign visitors; good news for Memphis tourism

The prior restrictions prohibited most visitors from the EU, UK, South Africa, India, Brazil, and China from flying into the U.S. → Read More

Kids to compete in Memphis for World Junior BBQ League Championship

7-time World Barbeque Champion Melissa Cookston started the non-profit, World Junior Barbeque League, to share her love of BBQ with kids. → Read More

Hog & Hominy rises from the ashes nearly two years after fire

The fire that destroyed the original building started in the early hours of January 9, 2019. It was determined to be caused by wire malfunctioning. → Read More

Memphis man donates blood for 501st time

Shaun Brennan is celebrated for reaching a milestone few have—donating blood more than 500 times. 501 times now to be exact. → Read More

Finalists for 100 N. Main redevelopment to be announced at 'State of Downtown' meeting

The annual State of Downtown meeting is happening, virtually, on Wed. at 11 a.m. → Read More

Mid-South Food Bank responding proactively to inflation, supply chain concerns

With services still high, inflation and supply chain concerns are issues that Mid-South Food Bank President and CEO Cathy Pope said they're keeping an eye on. → Read More

Eat up! Downtown Dining Week is now underway with 50+ participating businesses

The annual dining experience showcases the culinary options of downtown at a discounted price. → Read More