Archive | June, 2016

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Germantown Kroger to offer online shopping

Germantown now has the first Kroger in the Mid-South to offer online shopping. Beginning Thursday, shoppers at the newly renovated Kroger at 7735 Farmington Blvd. can place orders online for $4.95 an order. The orders will be available to pick up the next day. Employees will even load the groceries into the shopper’s car. The […]

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Waste Pro finishes second week of service

After coming to the city a month early to service Germantown residents, Waste Pro is beginning their third week of pick-ups. Drivers are hard at work, getting to know new routes and continuing to pick up old carts for repurposing. “We are pleased with the work and service Waste Pro has provided to the City […]

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Home sales up in Germantown

Home sales in Germantown jumped nearly 8 percent last month but remain down more than 3 percent on the year. According to reports from the Memphis Area Association of Realtors, the city saw 83 sales in May, including three new home sales. Year-to-date sales are at 292, down from 303 through May of 2015. At […]

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Four mile eastward extension planned for Greenline

Officials from Shelby County and Shelby Farms Park Conservancy will hold a ribbon cutting ceremony to officially open the 4.15 mile eastward extension of the Shelby Farms Greenline. The ceremony will take place at the Greenline Trailhead at the corner of Mullins Station and Farm Road on June 16 at 10 a.m. Shelby Farms Greenline […]

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Calendar of Events

NOW “The Mid-South’s Own” children’s music program, the West TN Children’s Chorus and the West TN Youth Chorus is holding a limited number of auditions by appointment until October15, boys and girls ages 9-15. The WTYC (touring division) has a resume of two White House performances for two US Presidents, tours to Italy, Austria, Germany, […]

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2016 GCHS

Photos from the 2016 Germantown Charity Horse Show

                                                 

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Sheriff’s deputy jailed for charges related to domestic violence

A Shelby County Sheriff’s Office deputy is being held in jail without bond, suspended without pay and facing multiple charges related to a domestic violence case. Tuesday morning, news stories broke that Ralph Dobbins, 43, was charged with violating a protection order and bail conditions for domestic violence, as well as coercion of a witness. […]

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Germantown Charity Horse Show Princesses

The 2016 Queen and Princesses for the annual Germantown Charity Horse Show have been announced. Alison Jo Scott has been named the Queen. The Horse Show will be held through Saturday. For more information, go to gchs.org.

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Agricenter Ribbon Cutting

The Germantown Area Chamber of Commerce celebrated new member Agricenter International with a ribbon cutting on June 2 at 7777 Walnut Grove Road. Agricenter is the world’s largest urban agricultural research and education facility. For more information on their services go to www.agricenter.org. Front row, from left, are Kathy Haslett, Sue Sigler, John Butler, incoming […]

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Germantown Police Reports

May 27 • A credit card and sunglasses were stolen from a residence on the 2200 block of Lansingwood Drive at 12 p.m. • A purse was taken from an unlocked vehicle on the 8600 block of Farmington Blvd. at 1 p.m. • A victim was allegedly struck by her ex boyfriend on the 7600 […]

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