As tradition during the St. Jude Dream Home campaign, we gather sponsors together to sign the unfinished floor of the dream home. But due to COVID-19 protocols, this year we’re doing a virtual floor signing and offering words of encouragement to St. Jude kids online.
The Town of Collierville’s July 3 Independence Day Celebration is canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic, but the Town is making plans for a similar celebration in September to celebrate Collierville’s 150th anniversary.
The coronavirus has meant a lot of people are temporarily out of work, and that means money for food can be scarce. One Mid-South safety net program is seeing a rise in demand during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a particular toll on children, who might not fully understand all of the sudden changes in their lives. To help children cope one charter school in Memphis is focusing on the social and emotional well-being of its students.
With hundreds of churches across the state planning how to re-open and protect their congregations from coronavirus in the process, the head of the Mississippi Baptist Convention Board said some leaders are considering temporary changes to worship services.
Some of the last businesses to reopen under Memphis’ Back-to-Business plan are indoor venues. Some theaters have cancelled the rest of their season, and other venues are asking for your help to secure funding.
We are three days into the first phase of the city and county’s Back-to-Business plan, and some of the area’s most beloved attractions are waiting to find out when and how they can open their doors to the public.
It has been almost two weeks since a special mailbox went up at the Shops at Carriage Crossing for people to drop off letters for senior citizens. Wednesday, those letters were delivered to Home Instead Senior Care, and they put some smiles on the residents’ faces.
With all of our health care workers, police officers, firefighters and other first responders putting themselves at risk on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic, how could we pick just one Mid-South hero for April?