This year all proceeds will go to the sweet family of Philip Welker the late beloved husband of one of Ms. Arisha Welker who works in the Internet Sales Department at Nissan of Murfreesboro.
Greg Lawson will conduct the Murfreesboro Symphony performance during the fireworks display. The fireworks display by Pyro Shows will light up the sky at 9 p.m.
MTSU's Forensic Institute for Research and Education, or FIRE, just wrapped up the 2017 CSI:MTSU summer camp in which high schoolers get an exciting, hands-on experience in forensic science.
The lazy, crazy days of summer are upon us and construction jobs are rolling--thus traffic is jamming! City Traffic Engineer Ram Balachandran warns of areas to avoid between today and July 1st.
15 students from Middle Tennessee spent a week in our nation's capital last week as delegates of the 2017 Washington Youth Tour.
Five Central Magnet School students and graduates will be among 150 contestants in the Great Race stopping in Murfreesboro Monday...
Speaker Pro Tempore of the Senate Jim Tracy (R-Shelbyville) announced the ceremonial signing of Senate Bill 996 creating an extension of the "Move Over Law" to include Good Samaritans who have pulled over to help distressed drivers.
The high winds and rain that blew across Rutherford County Friday afternoon left a rash of crumpled finders in the wake. There were numerous vehicle crashes in all parts of the area.
The sculpture is titled "In Time Piece" the steel and concrete turtle, frog and mouse have found their home along the East Fork of the Stones River in Woodbury.
"For the first time in several years, TennCare has begun to review whether a senior is still eligible for these programs. TennCare sends seniors a renewal packet, which has 17 pages of instructions and questions. If seniors do not complete the packet and send it back with any documents needed, they can lose their MSP assistance..."
Senator Jim Tracy (R-Shelbyville) announced the ceremonial signing of Senate Bill 14 which creates a list of rights and protections afforded to Tennessee educators.
The Murfreesboro City Council will gather in a special meeting June 28, 2017 to review the Total Compensation Study conducted by Gallagher Benefit Services.
The Blackman Barbeque has been moved to Friday, June 30th due to the increased rain Rutherford County is experiencing. In addition, Saturday's (6/24/2017)BOAT DAY has been cancelled!
While the change is positive, for the first time in years Rutherford County is no longer ranked at number 3 on the list for having the third lowest unemployment rate...
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These are the latest obituaries in Rutherford County...
The ARRL amateur radio Field Day will take place this Saturday and Sunday, rain or shine, at the Tennessee College of Applied Technology in Smyrna. The public is encouraged to drop by and see how ham radio is not only a great hobby, but serves as a worldwide emergency link when needed.
Murfreesboro's John L. Batey and Jerry Dement will be honored at the FARM TO TABLE dinner Sunday evening at the Grove at Williamson Place.
A semi hauling chicken waste lost its load on South Church Street, closing part of the busy roadway on Thursday afternoon.
Rutherford County School Board Chairman Jeff Jordan talks about a new middle school opening and dealing with exploding growth on this edition of Man on the Street Newsmakers, presented by First National Bank of Murfreesboro.
41 Year old Baudilio G. Gabriel has been arrested and charged with three counts of Aggravated Sexual Battery against a child.
An 18 year old in Murfreesboro got quite the surprise after accidentally firing a .380 pistol... into his foot.
The Tennessee Highway Patrol is planning a sobriety checkpoint in Murfreesboro for the end of this month.
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