As soon as being outside doesn’t involve a coat or blanket, insects such as mosquitoes and ticks will no doubt join the party. Fortunately, in our region, mosquito bites are more relevant for the discomfort of itching they cause than transmitting disease.
We’re just a little over halfway through the year, so why not get in the Christmas spirit?! No, we’re not asking you to start pouring the hot cocoa and sing ‘It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year’ (but if you feel
Most recognize Collierville as a small town. However, if you think of Collierville in terms of homes and square footage, our town seemingly gets quite a bit bigger. In fact, Collierville has a total of 688M+ square feet, and some of the
When I arrived at the Collierville Animal Shelter last year with my litter of five one-week-old kittens, we were skin and bones, dehydrated and in really bad shape. Given our special needs, we were immediately placed in a foster home. Those first
Making Memories at the most magical place on Earth… Can you guess where we are talking about? Now, more than ever, is the perfect time to start planning your family vacation to Walt Disney World. At Walt Disney World, there’s more to
So much has been reported, and misreported, about the Millennial generation over the last few years. This group of individuals, mostly born between 1982 and 2002 (16-36 years old), represents well over 80 million people. You have heard the stereotypes: job jumpers,
“Service with a smile” is something that the Sanitation Division of Collierville Public Services practices every day. Sanitation Worker Alfred Lewis has practiced this motto for 21 years, and last week, he was recognized at a state conference for outstanding service to
Collierville knows how to celebrate its Independence! You don’t want to miss this exciting event put on by the Town this Wednesday, July 3rd at Cox Park. Did you know that Collierville’s fireworks show is one of the largest in the Mid-South,
When you live in a thriving Town with a state-of-the-art, knock out High School and local businesses being supported by community members on all fronts, it’s hard to imagine that there could be a serious issue, such as hunger, affecting your neighbor.