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In this week’s About Town, a Laurelwood resident is combatting hate with his “LOVE” sculpture, a local developer plans to build 12 small homes on blighted properties and neighborhoods across the city celebrate Juneteenth.

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“I couldn’t figure out why someone would put that in our neighborhood,” Steve Brown said of racist communcation left at his front door.

Local developer to build 12 homes, increase area value by $1 million By
Everything 'scaled up' for second Juneteenth gala, festival By
Community Redevelopment Agency president to step down By
Here's how Memphis organizations are celebrating Juneteenth By
'We didn't ask for this,' Frayser residents say about Memphis 3.0 plans By
New Topgolf Memphis details revealed through first permit By
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