Capital Steps

The Planning Commission approves the city’s long-term capital plan, which includes an infusion of state and federal funding for next year.

Opportunity and Access

The city’s African American Restoration Task Force is gearing up to go after grants to increase investment and wealth among Black residents.

City Budget Landscape

A property tax increase appears to be the most likely option for maintaining services while increasing employee pay.

Extra Bases

The city sees an Old City hotel project as the first new development generated by the planned multi-use stadium.

Over the River

UT is looking to the South Waterfront for future growth and talking with the city about reviving a pedestrian bridge project.

Pension Costs Rising

Providing retirement benefits is growing more expensive. City officials say it’s a matter of keeping promises made to employees.

Infrastructure Tab

Street improvements and new plazas around the new stadium could cost the city as much as $14 million.

Questions and Ashes

WRS Inc. plans to move forward with redeveloping the historic Standard Knitting Mill amid calls for greater security for vacant buildings.