The Container Store opens its doors Saturday

The Container Store opens its doors Saturday

The Container Store, the nation’s leading retailer of storage and organization products, will open its newest location on Sept. 14 at 2130 Exeter Road in Germantown beside Trader Joe’s. The store will be the retailer’s 93rd store nationwide and the second location in Tennessee. The 19,300-square foot store will feature thousands of multi-functional and innovative […]

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Germantown Police Reports

Germantown Police Reports

August 30 Crimes • Items were stolen from the victim’s unlocked vehicle in the 2000 block of Riverchase Cove at 5:34 a.m. • Merchandise was stolen from a business at 7617 Poplar Ave. at 6:12 a.m. • The victim’s unlocked vehicle was entered in the 8700 block of Lower Woods Cove at 8:13 a.m. • […]

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Unbeaten Houston blanks Bolton 45-0

Unbeaten Houston blanks Bolton 45-0

By Bill Sorrell Feeding the need, Houston assistant football coach Collins Day tossed beef jerky to offensive/defensive lineman Morgan Scott during the Mustangs’ 45-0 victory over Bolton on Friday. “I was hungry on the sideline,” said Scott, a 6-4, 310-pound senior offensive and defensive lineman. “He’s a big boy and likes to eat,” said James […]

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Houston cruises past Central

Houston cruises past Central

n In Friday’s non-league match, the visiting Houston Mustangs football squad scored a big 48-13 victory over the Memphis Central Warriors. In their next game, the Mustangs clash with the Bolton Wildcats in a non-league match on Sept. 6. Houston will attempt to move on its 2-0 season record. The Wildcats enter the match with […]

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City’s Fleet Dept. ranked among best in the country

City’s Fleet Dept. ranked among best in the country

Germantown’s Fleet Services Department has been ranked 59th in the 100 Best Fleets in America program. This is the third year in a row that the city’s Fleet Services department has made the list. The program recognizes and rewards peak performing fleet operations in North America. Currently in its twentieth year, 100 Best Fleets annually […]

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City ramps up for annual Germantown Festival

City ramps up for annual Germantown Festival

The Germantown Festival is one of the longest, continually running festivals in the region for good reason. This year marks the 48th weekend of free, family-friendly fun. With children’s activities, rides and games, arts and crafts shopping from over 400 local and national vendors, live entertainment, tasty food, car exhibits and the hilariously competitive Running […]

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Houston High’s band room to get a boost

Houston High’s band room to get a boost

The band room at Houston High School will soon experience a significant growth spurt. The city’s Planning Commission was slated to approve a revision of the final site plan for the addition on Tuesday night during their regularly scheduled meeting. The property is located on the south side of Wolf River Blvd., approximately 790 feet […]

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Devils downed in Cordova clash

Devils downed in Cordova clash

By Bill Sorrell Trailing 21-7 at halftime, Germantown head coach Tommy Ferrill set the second-half table for his football team that included a full-course dinner for a giant-sized appetite. “The only way you eat an elephant is to keep chewing. That is what we did,” said Ferrill after the Red Devils rallied from 21 points […]

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Germantown Police Reports

Germantown Police Reports

August 16 Crimes A male susoect stole merchandise from a business at 9235 Poplar Avenue at 2:17 p.m. The victim reported receiving harassing emails and texts messages. The complaint originated in the 1600 block of Kimbrough Road at 11:08 p.m. August 17 Crimes A female suspect was arrested for stealing merchandise from a business at […]

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Community committed to Houston football

Community committed to Houston football

Scattered throughout Germantown are signs “Committed to the H.” They were put up by those who are committed to doing something for Houston’s football team. The only thing difference in Houston’s team motto this season is the ed. “Commit to the H” encourages players to be good citizens, being prepared and do their best on […]

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