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Germantown Police Reports

January 22 • Two employees were involved in a physical altercation on the 2000 block of Exeter Road at 9:17 a.m. • Equipment was stolen from a business on the 9100 block of Poplar Ave. at 3 p.m. • An adult was arrested for possession of marijuana at New Riverdale Road and Poplar Pike at […]

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Germantown Chamber welcomes Taziki’s

  The Germantown Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting for Taziki’s Mediterranean Cafe on Tuesday afternoon at 7850 Poplar Ave. During the ceremony, a check for $1,527 was donated to Susan G. Komen Memphis – Midsouth. A trip to Greece in 1997 should have been a relaxing getaway for Taziki’s founders Keith and Amy […]

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Devils lose second game of season

The Germantown Red Devils lost their first game since Dec. 12 Friday night at home to Southwind in double overtime. Up 36-34 at halftime, Germantown fell behind 50-48 to open the second half. After tying the game late, Germantown forced overtime. After trading baskets in the first overtime, Southwind outscored the Red Devils 10-6 in […]

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Germantown Chamber Gala

The Germantown Area Chamber of Commerce hosted the 2016 annual Dinner Gala on Jan. 28 in Germantown’s Great Hall. During the event, the First Tennessee Small Business of the Year Award was given to Christian Brothers Automotive-Germantown and the Charlie McCraw Large Business of the Year was awarded to Paragon Bank. The Fidelity Investments Non-Profit […]

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Road realignment plans abandoned

The Germantown Board of Mayor and Aldermen announced on Friday that it has agreed, with a recommendation from city administration, to remove plans to realign Germantown Road from the city’s Capital Improvements Plan. The city will return $2.4 million for the next phase to the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO). Once currently budgeted MPO funds are […]

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Board removes plans for Germantown Road realignment

In a retreat today, members of the Germantown Board of Mayor and Aldermen agreed with a recommendation from Administration to remove plans to realign Germantown Road from the city’s Capital Improvements Plan. Once currently budgeted Metropolitan Planning Organization funds are released, it would be another four or five years before the plan could be resubmitted […]

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Dragons unable to overcome early 33-10 Germantown lead

Despite outscoring Germantown in the second half, the Collierville Lady Dragons lost 57-41 last Thursday to their district rival. The Lady Red Devils stunned Collierville early with a 22-3 run in the first quarter. Germantown’s lead swelled to 33-10 by halftime. Collierville clawed back in the second half, outscoring the Devils 31-24. However, Germantown’s lead […]

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Mustangs keep rolling

  The Houston Lady Mustangs blanked Wooddale 59-15 Thursday night at home. Jayla Hemingway outscored the Lady Cardinals by her self with 23 points. Houston senior Jaida Roper added 10 points and Madison Griggs had 9 points. Houston held Wooddale to 5 points in the first half while scoring 44. The Lady Mustangs are now […]

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Germantown Police Reports

January 8 • A victim’s vehicle was stolen from the parking lot on the 7600 block of Poplar Ave. at 9:53 a.m. • A victim’s jewelry was stolen on the 2800 block of Leesburg Drive at 10:35 a.m. January 9 • A victim’s mailbox was damaged on the 7700 block of Farmington Blvd. at 2:09 […]

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Germantown Schools announce start time changes for 2016-17

The Germantown Municipal School District has announced new start times for the 2016-17 school year. “We understand that changing times will take some planning for many of our families and staff,” said Superintendent Jason Manuel. “Our school communities are looking at ways to remedy any challenges, including expanding the REACH (before and after school) program.” […]

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