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Toot's diners can provide Christmas for less fortunate children by donating to the Shop with the Sheriff's Office during a fund-raiser this coming Tuesday (12/6/2016) at Toot's on Broad Street and Toot's South.
The Yuletide season is here, and motorists are rushing from one part of Murfreesboro to another--while construction crews are trying to complete as much work as they can before weather gets even more wintry. Traffic Engineer Ram Balachandran is checking his list twice, and offers these areas to avoid now through December 10th.
On Friday (12/2/16) morning, a second group of firefighters left Murfreesboro to report to the staging area in Sevierville, TN, to rotate with firefighters who have been at the scene since their deployment on Monday night.
Community donations to Christiana Volunteer Fire Department allowed firefighters to expand their headquarters to house a tanker truck and a training room at the Sledge Road station. Groundbreaking for the expanded headquarters will be at 4:00 o'clock this comingWednesday afternoon.
For the 14th consecutive year, families of homicide victims honored their lost loved ones during the annual "Tennessee Season to Remember" Thursday evening. Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam hosted the event at First Baptist Church in Nashville.
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Middle Tennessee State University announced Thursday (Dec. 1) the creation and distribution of an active shooter guide as well as increased video surveillance and plans to reintroduce emergency call stations to the campus.
A wave of firings, resignations, and the sheriff locked-up on federal charges--what could happen next? An inspection by the Tennessee Corrections Institute now places the Rutherford County Adult Detention Center at-risk of losing state certification.