Goldsworthy will not seek re-election

Germantown Mayor Sharon Goldsworthy announced Monday she would not seek re-election in November 2014. First elected a city alderman in 1992, Goldsworthy was elected mayor in 1994 and for successive four-year terms in 1998, 2002, 2004 and 2010. “There comes a time in every good endeavor to pass the torch,” Goldsworthy said, “and I believe […]

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Man posing as Germantown police officer

A man posing as a Germantown Police Officer has recently placed calls to Germantown residents claiming that the resident received a red light enforcement ticket and has missed a court date. The caller then claims that a warrant has been issued and that in order to have the warrant rescinded, the resident must purchase a […]

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Early, absentee votes in

Early and absentee votes have been tallied for the July 16 municipal school referendum. Collierville – 4,592 YES (94.88%) and 248 NO (5.12%) Germantown – 3,718 YES (93.35%) and 265 NO (6.65%)

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Pink Cadillac

Mary Kay Independent Sales Director Sharon Carney-Wright of Germantown has earned the use of the exclusive Mary Kay pink Cadillac, an iconic symbol of success, the most coveted incentive awarded by Mary Kay. Carney-Wright took delivery of the new pearlized pink Cadillac SRX, her 21st Mary Kay career car, at Cannon Cadillac, Oxford, Miss. Mary […]

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BCS basketball player commits to Nebraska

Briarcrest senior Jasmine Cincore turned a perceived weakness into a strength, and that’s the biggest reason she’ll join Nebraska’s women’s basketball team when she graduates next spring. Cincore, a 5-foot-8-inch combo guard from Briarcrest Christian High School made an verbal commitment to Nebraska for the 2014-15 season. As a junior, she averaged 15 points, seven […]

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Ribbon Cutting for Jet’s Pizza

The Germantown Area Chamber of Commerce recently held a ribbon cutting for Jet’s Pizza at 2075 Exeter in Germantown. Front row, from left, are Chamber Chairman Bill Lansden, Chamber Executive Director Janie Day, Jet’s Co-Owner Mary Kozlowski, Store Manager Jenny Callaghan, Co-Owner Frank Kozlowski, Cordova Store Manager Danielle Iadiaolo and Ron Roberson with Andrew K […]

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Ribbon Cutting for Miller Creek Apartments

The Germantown Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting to celebrate the grand opening of new member Miller Creek Apartments at 3769 Skipping Stone Trace in Memphis. Front row, from left, are are Charles Jalenak, L.R. Jalenak, Julia Vanderroest, Rick Fogelman, Matt Benak, Robb Crumpton, Tom Stapleton, Chamber Executive Director Janie Day and Chamber […]

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Board OK’s budget, hires Aitken

The Germantown Board of Mayor and Aldermen approved the city’s $71.2-million budget on final reading and approved a consultant services contract with former Shelby County Schools Superintendent John Aitken Monday night during their regularly scheduled meeting. Along with the budget, board members unanimously approved a 44.5-cent tax increase, 9.5 cents of which will compensate for […]

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Vote for Best of the Best for a chance to win $50!

That’s right! You could win $50 just for filling out The Shelby Sun Times Best of the Best ballot form. Complete your ballot for your favorite local businesses by July 12, 2013, and you’ll be registered for a chance to win the cash prize. For official rules and details, pick up a copy of the […]

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65th Annual Germantown Charity Horse Show

The 65th annual Germantown Charity Horse Show was held last week at 7745 Poplar Pike. Thousands watched riders compete in myriad events and enjoyed wares and food from dozens of vendors. See more photos from the event on page 6 of The Shelby Sun Times and online at shelby-news.com.

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