Open House and Blessing of Pets at Beesley Animal Foundation

The 2nd Annual Open House and Blessing of the Pets on will be on Saturday, October 27th at the Beesley Animal Foundation from 9:30am-11:30am. The Beesley Animal Clinic and Beesley Animal Foundation are located at 2215 Keenela...

City Inks Deal For Old 1st Methodist Downtown Block

On Thursday night, the Murfreesboro City Council voted to approve a purchase and sale agreement with developer One East College, LLC for redevelopment of the City block known as the former First United Methodist Church locati...

Colton Dixon to be honored as the MTCS Alumnus of the Year at the 58th Annual Steak Dinner

MTCS announced they are proud of Colton and excited that he has agreed to help make this year's Steak Dinner a special experience for all in attendance.

Guest Speaker at Journeys in Community Living Luncheon Overcame Great Obstacles in Life

Patrick's message was simple... If he can do this thing we call life, than anyone can.

Riverdale at Blackman on FRIDAY

Riverdale travels to Blackman on FRIDAY. Hear it "LIVE" here on NewsRadio WGNS! 6pm pregame, 7pm kickoff.

PREP FOOTBALL COACHES ON EACH SATURDAY MORNING

The Prentice Alsup Heating and Air Coaches Corner continues with prep football coaches on every Saturday morning.

Follow the Blue Raider Sports on NewsRadio WGNS

NewsRadio WGNS is your home for Blue Raider sports. Chip Walters and Dick Palmer take you to the games.

Blackman Downs Stewarts Creek 34-21 & Scoreboard

Blackman Downs Stewarts Creek 34-21 & Scoreboard

Blackman Downs Stewarts Creek 34-21. Hear replays from the game, stats and our players of the game. PLUS, scores on every Rutherford County football game.

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City Inks Deal For Old 1st Methodist Downtown Block

City Inks Deal For Old 1st Methodist Downtown Block

On Thursday night, the Murfreesboro City Council voted to approve a purchase and sale agreement with developer One East College, LLC for redevelopment of the City block known as the former First United Methodist Church location.

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Open House and Blessing of Pets at Beesley Animal Foundation

Open House and Blessing of Pets at Beesley Animal Foundation

The 2nd Annual Open House and Blessing of the Pets on will be on Saturday, October 27th at the Beesley Animal Foundation from 9:30am-11:30am. The Beesley Animal Clinic and Beesley Animal Foundation are located at 2215 Keeneland Commercial Blvd, Murfreesboro.

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Murfreesboro Noon Exchange Club's Officer of the Year

Murfreesboro Noon Exchange Club's Officer of the Year

Sheriff's Office Cpl. Michael Rodgers was recognized as the Murfreesboro Noon Exchange Club's Officer of the Year Thursday.

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Fewer blood and platelet donors due to flu

Fewer blood and platelet donors due to flu

As influenza activity picks up, the American Red Cross is urging healthy donors of all blood types to give blood or platelets to ensure a strong blood supply for patients in need.

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Non Profit Collecting Coats and Blankets in Murfreesboro

Non Profit Collecting Coats and Blankets in Murfreesboro

The cold mornings are here and soon it will be winter. Many low income people in our community simply cannot afford to buy a coat. Barnabas Vision is continuing their coat drive to collect new or used coats to give away to these individuals and families.

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Rutherford County Sheriff's Office Trunk or Treat

Rutherford County Sheriff's Office Trunk or Treat

Ninjas, Disney princesses and movie characters are expected to parade at the Trunk or Treat event Halloween night at the Sheriff's Office.

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Specially Called Town Hall Meeting for Parents of Students at Schools in Smyrna

Specially Called Town Hall Meeting for Parents of Students at Schools in Smyrna

The local schools under the Rutherford County School System in Smyrna will be part of a town hall meeting on Monday (10/22/18) at the Smyrna High School Auditorium.

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Guest Speaker at Journeys in Community Living Luncheon Overcame Great Obstacles in Life

Guest Speaker at Journeys in Community Living Luncheon Overcame Great Obstacles in Life

Patrick's message was simple... If he can do this thing we call life, than anyone can.

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Federal Judge Orders State to Stop Suspending Driver's Licenses of People Unable to Pay Fines

Federal Judge Orders State to Stop Suspending Driver's Licenses of People Unable to Pay Fines

A federal judge in Nashville has ordered the state to stop suspending the driver's licenses of people who are unable to pay traffic fines and court costs.

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UPDATE: Final

UPDATE: Final "NO" in appeal of Murder Case

After a request for an appeal was filed and later denied by a subject convicted of murder in Rutherford County, Charles Godspower has once again filed an appeal of the dismissal.

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Early Detection, Timely Treatment Keys to Improving Breast Cancer Survival Rates

Early Detection, Timely Treatment Keys to Improving Breast Cancer Survival Rates

In Rutherford County, the breast cancer rate for women is classified as "Stable." However, in the past five years there has been a 5.6% increase in breast cancer cases. On average, 173 women in Rutherford County are diagnosed with breast cancer each year.

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UPDATE: Barfield Baptist Church Purchases Land Across from Barfield Park

UPDATE: Barfield Baptist Church Purchases Land Across from Barfield Park

UPDATE: Barfield Baptist Church is growing. Land has been purchased for a new building directly across from Barfield Park on Veterans Parkway. Pastor Ron Byers stated...

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Coffee County Sheriff's Department Searching for Wanted Man

Coffee County Sheriff's Department Searching for Wanted Man

Another wanted subject has hit social media and law enforcement wants to know if you have seen Terry Vaughn?

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Angelyn Pigg, high school Calculus teacher at Central Magnet School

Angelyn Pigg, high school Calculus teacher at Central Magnet School

NewsRadio WGNS salutes educators making an impact on our local students with Educator of the Month. This time, it's Angelyn Pigg, a high school Calculus teacher at Central Magnet School. It's sponsored by City Tile and Floor Covering on Spring Street, L&K Trophies along with Toot's Good Food and Fun.

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