Little Free Library

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

Home Beautiful Award

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.

Money Management for Teens

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

Raising Our Youth

One of the things I love about Collierville is we have kids by the score! I consider this to be a good thing as I have raised six of them, with my last son just graduating from high school. I think a

All Aboard the Caboose!

Nestled overhead the Side Car Market within the beloved Silver Caboose Restaurant resides a little “train town” that brings wonder and amazement to the youngest and oldest of eyes. Bob and Mary Jean Smith traveled to Jackson, TN to visit the Railroad

K-9 Civil Servant: Officer Rosco

Meet four-legged Collierville K-9 unit member, Rosco! He is a 5-year-old, highly trained Belgian Malinois, who has eagerly been patrolling the streets of Collierville for more than 3 years now and shows no sign of slowing down. Rosco and his handler, Officer

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