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Hundreds gathered in the scenic elegance of Hilton Hotel East on Monday morning for the 29th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Prayer Breakfast sponsored by the LeMoyne-Owen College Alumni Association. This year’s theme was: “2020 Vision: Be the...
Tributes to civil rights “giant” and attorney, Russell Bertrand Sugarmon flooded the Internet Monday as news spread quickly of his death. One of the most touching tributes came from his daughter, Elena DeCosta Williams, who took to Facebook to express...
Rebecca Matlock Hutchinson knows that it has “become quite common for young people to create businesses.” She also knows many need help. On Saturday (November 19), the SCORE CDC will offer such help during the Youth Entrepreneur Workshop at their...
by Renee Burose-Squires -- I was prepared for COVID-19. Sometimes I think I was overprepared and knew too much about coronavirus. I watched the news incessantly (perhaps it was the former broadcast journalist and news junkie in me). I paid close attention to...
William Herman Sweet, a retired influential legacy Memphis City Schools administrator, died March 28 after a brief illness. He would have celebrated his 94th birthday April 13. He was a beloved mentor for the development of numerous African-American educators and...
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Pensacola, Fla. native Jarl T. “J.T.” Young has decided to leave the community that family, friends and acquaintances say he loves. He’s on track to move to Memphis as the next president and CEO of Memphis Light, Gas &...
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by Michelle Wilson Bradley -- Vinvecca B. Gray will be officially installed as the senior pastor at Golden Leaf Church, 1439 N. Hollywood, on April 7 at 3 p.m. “I am still in awe (as to) what God has done,” said...
Over the Labor Day weekend, Coach Theodore Anderson Jr. got together with Hamilton High School Alumni for a mass class reunion celebration. “It looks like he had a ball,” said Teresa Cansler, class of ’74. “There are photos posted all...