The season is here. Brisk winds that will give one chills, pumpkin-flavored everything, and eye-popping colors appearing all over trees can only mean one thing, fall is here. But, let’s be honest, it’s all about the sweater part of “sweater weather,” the
Now that school is back in session across the area, student-athletes are hitting the field and the court. That means it’s also time for parents and coaches to be on the lookout for the tell-tale signs associated with common sports injuries. Here are
Four years ago, our family moved to Collierville. With a freshman son playing high school football at Houston and a daughter one grade behind at St. George’s, we’ve spent every fall enjoying the Friday Night Lights. Before both of our children had
There’s nothing quite like a Friday night in the fall. For Collierville, Fridays represent a remarkable show that touches most everyone in the community. The town rallies behind the event so much so that it has become seamlessly embedded in our culture.
There’s two times of year for me: Football season and waiting for football season. -Darius Rucker Fall hits me all at once each year. It’s not about a date on a calendar, a jacket, or school starting. It’s that one morning when
The Junior Auxiliary of Collierville (JAC), in partnership with Main Street Collierville, held a ribbon cutting ceremony for a newly constructed Little Free Library on July 28th, 2017. A Little Free Library is a “take a book, return a book” exchange, encouraging
The Collierville Town Beautiful Commission awarded its first Summer Home Beautiful Award this August to Frank and Cindy Kessler of 542 Tribal Land Cove in Collierville. The award was given based on a criteria of overall curb-appeal, exterior appearance and a well-groomed
Be on look out for the TourCollierville “square”. We will hide the square at some of your favorite spots around town. If you find a square, follow the rules below and enter for your chance to win a Collierville gift certificate package worth at least $200 from some of your favorite establishments.
For many teenagers, living on their own at college is a major reality check. While 71% of teens feel confident in their money-managing skills, many lack practical experience. Teach your child how to make sound financial decisions without your help. Here are