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Home sales strong in new year

Collierville was one of two Shelby County municipalities that saw an increase in home sales in January. According to the Memphis Area Association of Realtors, 69 houses were sold last month, nearly a 10-percent jump from the previous year. Millington was the only other city to see an increase in January. Collierville’s median sales price […]

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Town surpases 1,000 home sales

Collierville finished 2013 with more home sales than any other suburban municipality. According to reports released earlier this week from the Memphis Area Association of Realtors, the town saw 1,038 sales last year, an imporvement of five percent compared to the previous year. The next closest municipality was Bartlett with 987. At $275,000, the town […]

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Keeping track of things

By JENNIFER CASEY Town of Collierville A recent poll showed that only 21 percent people faithfully balance their checkbooks. Imagine taking on the task for over 46,000 people. Collierville’s Finance Department has a group of employees dedicated to obtaining, recording and tracking every piece of inventory, from a laptop to a garbage truck, throughout the […]

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Car Giveaway

Carriage Crossing recently announced that the winner of the Chevy Spark giveaway is Hemlata Kapadia from Cordova. Out of more than 2,000 entries, Kapadia was the lucky winner of the 2014 Chevy Spark. “We were thrilled that Sunrise Collierville and Carriage Crossing were able to partner in this promotion and make someone’s holiday a little […]

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Ribbon Cutting

The Collierville Chamber of Commerce recently held a ribbon cutting ceremony for Bazaar – A Crazy Little Food Shop at 4603 Merchant Park Circle, Suite 731. Among those pictured are Becky Hammond, Bonnie Allman, Matt White, Fran Persechini, owners John and Sandy Barrios, Sheila Thomas and Kelsey Keough. The Barrios family believes food should be […]

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Home sales rocket in November

Home sales in Collierville rocketed last month to the tune of 93 sales, more than any other suburban municipality. According to information released Tuesday by the Memphis Area Association of Realtors, sales were up 13 percent in November. While the median sales price dipped five percent to $275,507, the price for new homes is at […]

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Gourmet store to appeal to local ‘foodies’

By Trena Packer Street A gourmet gift and spice store that specializes in fine olive oils and vinegars is scheduled to open Thursday at Carriage Crossing in Collierville. BAZAAR is only one of a handful of such shops available throughout the country and the first retail venture of three long-time Collierville residents, Sandy and John […]

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Gateway Tire to open in 2014

Gateway Tire & Service has a new location under construction in Collierville. Designed by Renaissance Group, the $2 million project includes 16,744 square feet with 18 bays for service. The anticipated completion date is early 2014. Located on Poplar Ave. at Crisscross Lane in a historic district of Collierville, the facility is masonry construction with […]

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Concierge company will serve Collierville residents, businesses

STAFF REPORTS Collierville residents can now get the kind of lifestyle management assistance previously available only in larger cities. Level Nine Services, founded by Germantown resident Chip Liebenow, seeks to give people back the quality of their lives, “one minute at a time.” The concierge company offers a suite of services for residential and corporate […]

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Norris becomes first Tennessean named to post

STAFF REPORTS Tennessee Senate Majority Leader Mark Norris (R-Collierville) was recently elected Chairman of the national Council of State Governments at the group’s 80th annual meeting in Kansas City, Mo. CSG is a bipartisan professional association serving all three branches of government in 50 states and Puerto Rico. International affiliates include the Provincial and Federal […]

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