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Memphis Mayor Jim Strickland announced Friday that he is joining a coalition of more than 200 mayors nationwide who are committed to combatting hate, bigotry, and extremism.

Members of UT Health Sciences Community Want Nathan Bedford Forrest Statue Gone

Nearly 100 students and faculty members from University of Tennessee Health Sciences participated in a walkout on Friday around noon to promote the removal of the Nathan Bedford Forrest statue in the Health Sciences Park that sits adjacent to the campus and that the school manages.

Greenline Western Extension: Should Emphasis be on Bridge or its Amenities?

Two alternative designs to the Shelby Farms Greenline western extension project were presented to the public Thursday by the City's Division of Engineering and its consultants.

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Church Health is unique among Memphis institutions.

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Downtown Rotary to Move to Clayborn Temple

Next month, the Rotary Club of Memphis, which was chartered in 1914 and has seen much local history, will embrace one of the most honored and venerable symbols of that history when it begins its regular weekly club meetings at the historic Clayborn Temple downtown.

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