Memphis Mayor Jim Strickland helped those in need Friday by handing out hundreds of boxes of food.
Baptist Memorial Heath Care and Christ Community Health Services hosted a special luncheon Thursday for patients in need.
Youth Villages played Santa Wednesday by distributing gifts collected through the holiday hero's program.
More than 70 volunteers came together Wednesday to help those in need ahead of the holiday season. Employees at Regional One helped out with an annual food packing event.
One local business is showing troubled teens a sweeter side of life. Sweet LaLa's Bakery partnered with Juvenile Intervention and Faith-based Fellowship, known as JIFF, in 2014 to develop a workforce training program for at-risk youth in Memphis.
Some new and expectant moms are getting a fresh start this Holiday Season. It's all thanks to Tennessee State Representative Antonio Parkinson. And it's local good news.
A prominent local philanthropist has paid off layaway balances for more than 400 customers at a Memphis store.
You know, when you see the flashing blue lights behind you, normally it's not a good thing. But on this day, well, it was a different story.
It was an early Christmas this weekend for several families in the Mid-South who are preparing to welcome little ones.
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