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<strong>Carpenter Art Garden volunteer Jane Pate reads "Last Stop on Market Street" to after-school student Javion Hicks, 7.</strong> (Mark Weber/Daily Memphian)

Binghampton's Promise

Proud neighborhood cherishes its diversity while planning growth

Part three of a three-part series from the Institute for Public Service Reporting at the University of Memphis

The Pride of Binghampton: The success of Binghampton's bold 30-year development plan hinges on its remarkable nonprofit and faith-based support system.

Binghampton’s Promise

Part two of a three-part series from the Institute for Public Service Reporting at the University of Memphis

A TIF Grows in Binghampton: Residents have invested their lives in Binghampton, and they want a say in how their property taxes are reinvested in their neighborhood.

Binghampton's Promise

Part one of a three-part series from the Institute for Public Service Reporting at the University of Memphis

The 100-year-old neighborhood in the middle of Memphis always seems to be under construction and duress, but the people who live and work there still believe in its promise.

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Special report: Union Men

In Part One of our two-part series: How developers lassoed huge public incentives and millions of out-of-state dollars to redo the face of Downtown.


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