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1. Learning in Action
- Monday, September 07, 2015
For the past three years, the Carpenter Art Garden has worked to unite and uplift a Binghampton neighborhood and keep kids engaged with the community.
But with a new expansion into job training, the Binghampton Development Corp. and the leaders of the Carpenter Art Garden aim to send the kids on local apprenticeships to compete in a national job market.
2. Honoring a Pair Of Fundraising History Makers
- Friday, February 15, 2013
Lights, camera, action. In 1980 the United Negro College Fund launched the Parade of Stars telethon. It became a nationwide fundraising program raising millions of dollars for generations of students, and support for historically black colleges and universities. It became the largest one-day African-American special event in the country. It changed black history – and American history – creating an acknowledged culture of fundraising in the African-American community. America’s largest corporations became engaged. Small churches, teachers, sororities and fraternities became engaged. Donors and volunteers from across the country organized to support UNCF and celebrate black philanthropy.
3. Commission Debates Post-Hostess Bread Prices
- Wednesday, January 30, 2013
Shelby County Commissioners approved a $251,958 contract with a Batesville, Ark., bakery that at least for now has a perceived monopoly on baking and distributing large amounts of bread in the region.
4. Candidates Agree on Improving Small Biz Climate
- Thursday, July 29, 2010
Whoever wins the Aug. 5 race for Shelby County mayor will inherit widespread dissatisfaction with county government’s small-business programs.
Small-business owners have complained that the Memphis and Shelby County programs are too bureaucratic, have nothing in common and are more trouble than they’re worth for the owners to get involved.
5. Small Businesses Could Land More Government Contracts
- Friday, March 05, 2010
Small businesses account for 11 percent of the contracts Shelby County government awards on an annual basis.
But interim Shelby County Mayor Joe Ford rolled out a report Thursday that sets a 20 percent goal along with a campaign to raise awareness among small businesses that they can get a piece of the county’s business.
6. Archived Article: Flower (lead)
- Friday, November 08, 2002
Business attempt to bloom in depressed area Zoning rules prune local flower shop
By MARY DANDO
The Daily News
A South Memphis entrepreneur who turned a house into a flower shop gets to present her case for a zoning change to the Memphis Cit...