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Missing in the Mid-South | Have you seen these people?
Anyone with information on the location of these missing persons is asked to call the law enforcement agency involved with that case.
'MSCS Super Search' holds in-person community meetings
The five meetings set for December and January are aimed at getting community feedback on who should be the next leader for Memphis-Shelby County Schools.
“It’s like my second language" | Near deadly accident pushes local violinist to follow her dreams
Renicea Michelle started playing the violin at years old, but her accident made her commit to music full time.
1,300 children are looking for foster parents in the Memphis area this holiday season
"You don't need to be perfect, just committed," Lanique Jones of Harmony Family Services said.
VIP and 3-day passes are on sale, but will Tom Lee Park be ready for 2023 the Beale Street Music Festival?
The 45th annual festival is set for May 5 through 7, 2023. Memphis in May officials said the festival will return to the revamped Tom Lee Park in downtown Memphis.
Holiday happenings across the Mid-South | Things your family can do this Christmas season
Here’s a look at some of the events you and your family can check out over the next few weeks.
How to help families in need this Christmas and check out Memphis Tigers Basketball
The City of Memphis and U of M Athletics have teamed up for the annual Tigers Toy Drive.
Here's what to know about road closures for the 2022 St. Jude Marathon
Beginning at noon Friday, the section of Union Avenue from Danny Thomas to B.B. King boulevards will be closed. Other roads will close on Saturday.
Tennessee families receiving state benefits get extra $500 payment on EBT cards
State leaders said the extra payment would provide extra support for around 24,000 children ahead of the holiday season.
Applications now being accepted for Shelby County D.A.'s Justice Review Unit
The unit will identify and address wrongful convictions and sentences, according to D.A. Steve Mulroy.
How you can sign up for free books for children grades K-2 this Holiday season
The Tennessee Department of Education is offering books for free as part of its Reading 360 initiative.
Here's where you can get into the Christmas spirit this weekend!
In Olive Branch, the Chamber of Commerce is preparing to host their 45th annual Christmas parade.
Collierville VFW launches donation campaign to help four families get basic needs, holiday gifts
VFW post donated toys to organizations like the Ronald McDonald House and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in the past, but this year they're helping families
Operation Warm Hearts collects winter gear for MSCS students in need
Memphis-Shelby County Schools hosted its 8th annual Operation Warm Hearts drive as part of Giving Tuesday.
Here's what you need to know about getting rid of storm debris in Memphis
From how much you need to cut down limbs, to where to place them for pick-up, here's everything you need to know.
Memphis Parks Winter Break Camps
Memphis Parks is hosting a Winter Break Camp for youth 5 – 15 years of age. Camps are free for City of Memphis residents and require registration to be completed by a parent or guardian.
Petitions now being accepted for candidates for late Rep. Barbara Cooper's TN House seat
The qualifying deadline to file is Dec. 15. The Primary Election will be Jan. 24, 2023, and Election Day for the general election is set for March 14, 2023.
Find out how your child's school is doing with Tennessee's 2021-2022 State Report Card
The State Report Card, released Monday, looks at how schools and districts across the state are performing and serving their students.
Registration is open for 2023 MLK Days of Service through Volunteer Memphis
The Days of Service begins Thursday, Jan. 12, 2023, and runs through Jan. 16.
Peace Corps will hold major application drive at Benjamin L. Hooks Central Library
The workshop is part of the agency’s largest recruiting effort since 2020.
How to apply for the 2023 Memphis in May World Championship Barbecue Cooking Contest
Memphis in May officials said the 2023 contest will be limited to 150 teams due to the redesign of Tom Lee Park.
'901 Community Fridges' working to fight food insecurity during the holiday season
901 Community Fridges has three locations around the the Bluff City for Memphians to donate and receive free food.
Memphis Youth Arts Initiative needs $16,000 to keep the music going
"This Monday our landlord is pretty much giving us ultimatum of getting our stuff and finding somewhere else to go, or making some type of significant payment."
Zoo Lights returns to the Memphis Zoo for 2022
Zoo Lights runs Nov. 18, 2022, through Jan. 1, 2023 on select nights.
Protecting your inner peace | Here's how to start now before the new year
Did you know that adult bullying is real? Living Well Network Supervisor and Methodist Hospital Counselor Allison White said it mainly happens in the workplace.
Check out the Parade of Nations International Festival this weekend
The festival takes place at the Benjamin L. Hooks Library at 3030 Poplar Ave. It runs from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Memphis Police launch new program that links business and home cameras with investigators | How you can take part
'Connect 2 Memphis' would add more discrete cameras, compared to more visible SkyCop cameras, in hopes of helping police solve crimes & catch criminals more quickly.
How Memphis & LeMoyne-Owen College are helping small businesses succeed
The newly formed Memphis Small Business Development Partnership will provide classes for Memphians looking to learn more about building a business.
Free flu vaccinations to be available at all Shelby Co. Health Departments
The vaccine will be offered on a walk-in basis between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. at all Shelby County Health Departments on November 9.
Memphis Downtown Dining Week 2022
Downtown Dining Week runs November 7-13, 2022
The African American Male Wellness Walk Memphis
Saturday, October 22nd at 7 a.m. at Fourth Bluff Park in downtown Memphis
Here's why early holiday shopping is better
Labor shortages are expected to put companies in a tight spot with many employees working around the clock.
Mid-South Red Cross looking for volunteers to help with growing house fires
The Red Cross said house fires are increasing across the country over the past few years and happen more often when the seasons change.
Bivalent COVID-19 boosters for ages 5 and up now available in Shelby County
Only the Pfizer bivalent booster is available at the Shelby County Health Department for young children currently, but they expect to offer the Moderna booster soon.
Here's where the Shelby County Health Department is offering the flu vaccine
The vaccine is available at no cost to those with health insurance and on a sliding fee scale for those without insurance.
Tennessee to require debris burn permits starting Oct. 15
Dry conditions and trees that shed their leaves heighten fire danger, according to a release from the Department of Agriculture.
Find information on Tennessee P-EBT
Short for Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer, P-EBT is a federally funded COVID-19 relief program.
GPAC announces latest musical talent coming to The Grove
Several genres of music will be on display over the coming months thanks to the Germantown Performing Arts Center.
Positively Memphis Speakers Series Luncheons
Register and reserve your seats for the 2022 luncheon series.
Mid-South Food Bank Mobile Food Pantries
Find a list of the mobile pantries near you.
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