Monthly Archives: February 2019

National Merit Finalists

Ten Houston High School seniors were recently named National Merit Finalists. About 1.6 million students in more than 22,000 high schools enter the National Merit Scholarship Program every year by taking the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT), and these students represent those who scored in the top 1 percent nationally. PICTURED: Andrew An, […]

All Region

The members of the All-Region 8-AAA girls basketball tournament team were named on Wednesday night after the Houston Lady Mustangs defeated Whitehaven in the finals at Collierville High School. PICTURED: From left are Lady Mustangs Jayla Hemingway and Melisa Carter, Central’s Ariel Lane, Collierville’s Miranda Pham, White Station’s Lyric Cole, Se’Quoia Allmond and Vertonia Bady […]

City officials to discuss power outages with MLG&W

City officials plan to meet with members of local power provider MLGW next month to address the frequency of recent outages. Since fall of 2018, Germantown has kept track of complaints regarding power outages. Neighborhoods located in the southern part of the city and even businesses located in the Central Business District have reported significant […]

PetSuites to open in Germantown

Pet owners and their furry family members have a new reason to rejoice – PetSuites of America is coming to Germantown. PetSuites has recently begun construction on a 14,000-square-foot pet care facility, which features pools, kitty play areas, big dog and little dog play yards, overnight boarding, grooming and more at 4520 S Forest Hill-Irene […]

City moves forward to have country club appraised

The city has moved one step closer to acquiring 180 acres that was formerly Germantown Country Club. On Monday night, the Board of Mayor and Aldermen approved a $12,000 professional services agreement for property appraisal services related to the country club. Last month, the country club announced that it would close its doors at the […]