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In this week’s About Town, we look back at neighborhood Fourth of July parades and parties. Plus, a North Memphis charter school set for closure will stay open and expand. And in Frayser, some residents are opposing a landfill expansion.

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“Fire trucks and Popsicles — what more do you need on the Fourth of July?”

North Memphis school set for closure will stay open under MSCS By
Maciel's opens third location with fourth on the way By
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Landfill seeks expansion in Frayser, bringing it closer to school By
Palladio lights up Central Avenue with Memphis artist's neon sign By
Southwest Tennessee Community College sells Frayser campus By
Elwood's Tim Bednarski loves a good hot dog By
Opponents of Downtown art museum will try again to stop construction By


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