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A Publication of The Daily News Publishing Co. | www.thememphisnews .com July 25-31, 2014, Vol.7, Issue 31 'DRIVE FOR PROGRESS' New Memphis Institute pushing to improve city's future P. 16 (Memphis News/Andrew J. Breig) TIGERS SEEK CONSISTENCY Memphis needs steadier play from Shaq Goodwin and Austin Nichols. • P. 26 BUILDING COMMUNITY Grace-St. Luke's members are teaming up to rehabilitate a vacant house. • P. 22 New Memphis Institute president and CEO Nancy Coff ee, holds a work session recently with staff ers Nyasha Hill, left, and Jennifer Beck. DIGEST: PAGE 2 | INKED/RECAP: PAGE 8 | MEDIA: PAGE 11 | NEWSMAKERS: PAGE 23 | EDITORIAL: PAGE 34 Emphasis: Construction Developers and homebuilders are concerned the Memphis area could be left with a shortage of developed lots just as consumers return to the new home market. That story and others spotlight the latest trends in the ever-changing construction industry. • Pages 18-21 SHELBY • FAY ETTE • TIPTON • MADISON

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