One woman's battle to preserve Black history — and save her New Chicago neighborhood.
The facade of the New Chicago Community Development Corporation (NCCDC) could be described as forgettable. A two-story, manila-brick building on a sleepy street in
Dead On "You'll enjoy this even if you're not a fan of The Walking Dead, and maybe they'll have me on the show now."
The mayor wants more police, council members say race played in Beale Street vote.
State of the City Public safety was the centerpiece of Memphis Mayor Jim Strickland's first State of the City address, which he delivered last
Lawmakers tap bills against open containers and for Sunday wine sales.
Nashville is flooded with new booze laws this year as many Tennessee General Assembly members want to change where, when, and what you can
Kiss, Kiss, Bang There's not enough local news to report in Memphis, apparently. Not about sex and violence, anyway. When local TV news stations
Trump fuels a resignation, the city gets free condoms, & new projects bloom.
Stanton resigns Edward Stanton III announced his resignation from his post as U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Tennessee last week. Stanton was
Memphians are joining the resistance.
Yarmulkes and hijabs bobbed together in a diverse crowd that marched recently from Clayborn Temple to the National Civil Rights Museum to protest President
Strippers, sex therapists, , sex in the news, sex in public, sex apps, and more.
For many years, the Flyer did a "Hotties" issue around Valentine's Day. We chose 14 Memphians of various ages, genders, and sexual proclivities and
Verbatim He may be a laughing stock who lost his seat in the state Senate, but, Fly on the Wall is sad to report,
A new task force, a new grant, and the legislature targets abortion and gays.
Task force for the riverfront A task force will soon be convened to guide the next stage of development for the Memphis riverfront, a
Transit board plots next steps after former CEO nailed in prositution sting.
The closed-door meeting to accept the resignation of Ron Garrison, former CEO of the Memphis Area Transit Authority, was perfectly legal, the board's attorney