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Owner Isaac Riddle and his wife, Jamie, are at the center with their staff for the ribbon cutting Tuesday at Bartlett’s newest restaurant, Taziki’s.

Taziki’s debuts fresh, fast-casual restaurant in Bartlett

By Carolyn Bahm Bartlett’s latest restaurant, the 3,000-square foot Taziki’s, opened Tuesday to crowds at 7974 U.S. 64 (formerly Tellini’s). Owner Isaac Riddle said the chain’s family-style teamwork and use of fresh ingredients inspired his interest in the Taziki’s name. Some customer favorites at his other two Taziki’s locations in Germantown and East Memphis are […]

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2018 Ladies Luncheon

The Millington Area Chamber of Commerce hosted the 2018 Ladies Luncheon Oct. 18 in Millington. The MACC would like to thank all our sponsors for the Ladies Luncheon and all those who help make it a success with a solid turn out. Platinum Sponsor was Love Worth Finding Ministries; Diamond Sponsor St. Francis Hospital – Bartlett; […]

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Integrity is focus for local heating & air specialist

By Graham Sweeney Robert Smith, founder and owner of At Home Heating and Air, has been serving the Mid-South for more than 17 years. After years of working for a heating and air company, Smith decided to venture out on his own with a mission for his new business — to create long-lasting relationships with […]

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Local businesses rally to support upcoming Crisis Center Blues event

Star Staff Reports Millington Crisis Center announces its first Battle of the Blues concert scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 3 at USA Stadium in  Millington. The event will be hosted by radio personality Ena Esco of I-Heart Radio.  Gates open at 8 a.m. for food and retail vendors, 10 a.m. for concert goers and contest begins […]

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First South sweetens short-term refinancing with lowest rates

By Carolyn Bahm First South Financial Credit Union in Bartlett has priced its short-term fixed-rate mortgage loans with the best rates in the Memphis market. Craig Esrael, president and CEO, said their latest rate for the 10-year is currently at 3.90 percent with no closing costs. That contrasts favorably with the average rate of 4.65 […]

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Dunham’s Sports locations looking to hire seasonal staff

Star Staff Reports TROY, Mich — Dunham’s Sports, one of the nation’s largest sporting goods chains, will be hiring part-time seasonal holiday help at all of their locations.  Part-time associates enjoy flexible hours, extra spending money, and a merchandise discount that will help with holiday shopping. Interested, enthusiastic sports-minded candidates can apply online at www.qhire.net/dunhamsholiday. […]

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The Big Bounce America 2018 Tour rolls into Memphis International Raceway from Oct. 19-21

Star Staff Reports The biggest bounce house in the world is coming! The Guinness World Records’ titleholder features 10,000 square feet of inflatable elation, with a structure forty times the size of an average bounce house. The Big Bounce America will visit the Memphis International Raceway in Millington, from October 19 through the 21. The […]

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Perry and Carrie Welch just recently celebrated their 18th anniversary in business with the Old Millington Vineyard and Winery this month.

Has Bite: Old Millington Winery celebrates nearly 20 years in business, prepares for holiday rush

By Thomas Sellers Jr. Old Millington Vineyard & Winery co-owner Perry Welch is celebrating another birthday on Oct. 18. He will join his wife and fellow Winery owner Carrie some time this month to commemorate the opening of their business 18 years ago. Back in the late 1990s, the couple saw a chance to grow […]

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Addition of Trader Joe’s solidifies city as grocery shopping destination

By Graham Sweeney Quickly becoming a city known for “grocery store tourism,” Germantown recently added a new gem to its supermarket crown. After years of speculation and planning the city welcomed West Tennessee’s first Trader Joe’s last month to considerable fanfare. Mayor Mike Palazzolo called the franchise’s decision to open in Germantown a “great compliment […]

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In the Name: USA Automotive opens to the public for car repairs and services

By Thomas Sellers Jr. Millington has been the home of USA Stadium for more than 30 years. Now Flag City is the place to find USA Automotive. The automotive and repair facility recently set up shop just a few feet away from the historic baseball venue. Now those affiliated with USA Automotive hope to have […]

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