Ideas addressing blight and illegal dumping 

A city-led group looking to tackle blight and illegal dumping got unanimous support for its recommendations earlier this week from the Memphis City Council. The working group, chaired by Councilwoman Rhonda Logan, has met monthly since last summer to draft guidance for the city on used tires, solid waste, beautification, Environmental Court, and community outreach. […]

City may open curfew centers for teens

MEMPHIS, Tenn.– The Memphis city council is taking steps to explore how to help young people and tackle crime with a new resolution that would look at opening a curfew center in the city, a safe place where young people who are out too late can be taken. Memphis has a curfew law that states […]

Rhonda Logan kept ‘faith’ in pursuit of City Council seat

Keeping faith was key for Rhonda Logan as she completed her year-long journey to the District 1 Memphis City Council seat. That journey included one marathon City Council meeting when the council repeatedly voted against her appointment to the seat, and a near victory in the Oct. 3 election before she was able to gain […]

Tensions are high! People are upset!

“This was an incident that took place in this community, but it is not indicative of this community and it will not crush Frayser,” says Logan.