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Friday, May 19
Tennesseans interested in preserving their local heritage now have an easier way to request help from MTSU's Center for Historic Preservation.
Saint Thomas Health is hosting a special health screening from 8:00 o'clock Saturday morning (4/29/2017) until 2:00 that afternoon at Hobgood Elementary School, 307 South Baird Lane.
The streets of downtown Murfreesboro were filled with local hometown heroes on a rainy Friday last week (4/21/2017) as the Child Advocacy Center hosted the Hometown Heroes Walk for Children.
Murfreesboro City Schools is accepting applications for peer models for the Integrated Preschool program at Black Fox and Northfield Elementary.
In neighboring Wilson County the arrest of an Old Hickory man on a drug-related charges involving heroin took place.
Warm weather and many construction projects are in full swing. Traffic Engineer Ram Balachandran warns motorists of potential travel zones to avoid today through May 6th.
Figures just released show Rutherford County has the third lowest unemployment rate in the entire state.
Dr. Liz Rhea, retired radiologist and community philanthropist, is the recipient of the 2017 Rutherford ATHENA Award.
Billy S. Dykes, a Coffee County man wanted for kidnapping and other charges in Bedford County was arrested Wednesday, April 26, by Coffee County Deputies.
Two customer-oriented banking veterans have joined First National Bank of Middle Tennessee to fill key roles in the bank's new branch at 3427 Memorial which will open this spring.
Rutherford County Area Habitat for Humanity (RCHFH) is partnering with St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Murfreesboro for an exciting one-day "Panel Build" event .
There will be a "Drug Take Back" event starting at 8:00 o'clock this Saturday morning and continuing until noon in the rear of the Murfreesboro Police Annex Building.
Angie Boyd-Chambers has been promoted to Chief Marketing and Communications Officer for Saint Thomas Health.
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These are the latest obituaries in Rutherford County...
Deputies and detectives responding to a possible heroin overdose call discovered illegal drugs and six people living in squalid conditions Tuesday at 103 Fall Creek Drive, a sheriff's narcotics supervisor said.
A teacher at Oakland High School has been suspended without pay, according to Rutherford County Schools spokesperson James Evans.
The press conference announcing the dates and entertainers at the July Uncle Dave Macon Days event was held on Thursday (4/27/17) morning.
The Tennessee attorney general's office says it would defend an amended abortion bill in court if it becomes law, despite previously calling its key requirements "constitutionally suspect."
A Smyrna man has been arrested for stealing two zero turn radius lawnmowers that were valued at more than $10,000.
Between Apr. 26 and May 7, TN Tractor Supply customers can participate in the 2017 Spring Paper Clover Campaign by purchasing paper clovers -- the emblem of 4-H -- for $1 or more at checkout.
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