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In this week’s About Town, we get an update on the Northside Square redevelopment, the new community hub planned for the long-vacant Northside High School. And residents in Chickasaw Gardens won’t be allowed to gate off parts of their neighborhood for security reasons. Plus, Memphis rapper GloRilla gives back to her middle school alma mater. 

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It is one of the city’s largest African American-led developments in a predominantly African American neighborhood, said The Works president Roshun Austin, who will oversee the project.

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