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Collierville athletes sign Letters of Intent

Collierville seniors Sneha Sinha, Marcus Bersoza and Tyler Sherman signed Letters of Intent last week. Sinha will play tennis for Southeast Missouri State University, while Bersoza and Sherman will play baseball at The University of Tennessee at Martin.

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Town to host holiday home tour

Historic Collierville Tennessee will again be the site of the annual Christmas in Collierville Home Tour, set for Dec. 9 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The 44 Collierville residents that comprise the Collierville Contemporary Club have chosen four homes, both historic and new, along with a circa 1910 cottage, now a U.S. History Library. […]

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Saints fall in first round of playoffs

Briarcrest’s impressive season came to an end Friday night as the Saints fell 56-35 to McCallie of Chattanooga at home in round one of the Div. II Class AAA football tournament. Down 7-0 in the first quarter, the No. 2 seeded Saints were in position to tie the game early. However, after marching the ball […]

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Cox Park repairs to result in smooth rides

The parking lot of a popular Collierville park will soon be a lot smoother. On Monday night, the town’s Board of Mayor and Aldermen approved a contract to repair and overlay the deteriorating parking lot at H.W. Cox Park. The park was constructed in 1983 and included the construction of the Community Center and parking […]

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Commissary gets final approval from BMA

The Collierville Board of Mayor and Aldermen has approved the final site plan for the future Collierville Commissary, which is set to be built at the southwest corner of Poplar Ave. and Houston Levee. The 6,907-square-foot restaurant is scheduled to be built on 1.52 acres behind the LongHorn Steakhouse at 3581 S. Houston Levee. Board […]

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TOWN OF COLLIERVILLE LEGAL NOTICES

TOWN OF COLLIERVILLE PUBLIC NOTICE   PUBLIC NOTICE is herewith given that the Beer Board will meet on Tuesday, December 5, 2017, at 6:00 p.m. for a special called meeting in the Administration Conference Room at Town Hall, 500 Poplar View Parkway, to consider the following:   Class I – On Premises Permit   Bella’s […]

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Collierville Honors Veterans

Collierville hosted a Veterans Celebration on Sunday afternoon on the Historic Town Square. The annual event included patriotic music performed by the Collierville Middle School Orchestra and Debbie Kines, who sang God Bless America and the National Anthem. Boy Scout Troop No. 40 Posted and Retired the Colors and Lt. Col. Mike Ware was the […]

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Burrows Road subdivision denied by HDC

The existing residence at 226 Burrows Road, a ranch-style house tucked behind a wall of shrubbery, was approved for demolition over the summer. ETI Corporation, which offers land planning services, initially applied for a certificate of appropriateness this spring for the property to be divided into four lots. However, the request was denied in August […]

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Senior running back Cole Johnson hauls in the pass from quarterback Matt Connors for the touchdown Friday night on the road against Whitehaven.

Dragons fall 26-23 to Whitehaven after taking early lead

The Collierville Dragons bounced back early against Whitehaven Friday night on the road but were unable to get the win in round one of the playoffs. Less than a minute after Collierville’s Wyatt Raines recovered a fumble from Whitehaven’s Cameron Sneed early in the first quarter, senior Dragon quarterback Matt Connors threw an interception. However, […]

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Merged VFW post undergoing renovations

The recently revamped Collierville VFW Post 5066 is quickly becoming one of the most acclaimed posts in the state. Earlier this year, Collierville’s 71-year-old post merged with the now dissolved Post 1965, which served veterans from Bartlett and Germantown. Since then, membership has flourished, necessitating recent and future cosmetic and structural work to the languishing […]

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