Tuesday, March 28
Blackman at Siegel baseball
Wednesday, March 29
Stewarts Creek at Riverdale softball
Thursday, March 30
Watertown at MTCS baseball
As a result of the Bedford County Sheriff's Office investigations, information led them to a location on Cobb Road in Christiana, TN (Rutherford County, TN).
Representatives from Siemens and other interested parties visited MTSU March 22, touring the Department of Engineering Technology's mechatronics and other lab facilities as it considers building on the current partnership.
The deadline to sign up for United Way's Days of Action volunteer event, presented by Nissan, is approaching quickly.
First National Bank of Middle Tennessee ("First National Bank or the Bank") will open its fourth financial services location in Murfreesboro in mid-May when a second full-service bank branch debuts at 3427 Memorial Boulevard, right across from the VA Hospital.
The MTSU Todd Art Gallery's calendar culminates this spring with an exhibitions of artwork from students pursuing the Bachelor of Fine Arts (B.F.A.) degree in Studio Art or Graphic Design.
Oakland High School senior and archery team member, Clay Sizemore, is racking up state and national archery rankings this season.
Wednesday was the annual special needs prom for Rutherford County Schools. This year's prom took place today at the Smyrna Event Center.
"The Child Advocacy Center is celebrating Child Abuse Prevention month with the 2nd annual Hometown Heroes Walk for Children," said Child Advocacy Center Director Sharon De Boer.
On Tuesday March 21, The Friends of Smyrna Library donated over 100 children's books to the Smyrna Police Department for Police Officers to carry in their vehicles.
A bill to require Tennessee school buses to be fitted with seat belts by July 2023 is advancing in the House.
Roy Waldron Elementary was placed on lockdown after what the school system calls a minor gas leak is repaired.
When police searched McComb's car, they found a warmed bottle of urine with a temperature gage on it.
A Tennessee lawmaker says his bill that would legalize medical marijuana is dead for this year's legislative session.
An accidental death on March 16, 2017 in Murfreesboro continues to be investigated by the Tennessee Occupational Safety and Health Administration
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On Tuesday evening the Murfreesboro Planning Commission heard comments from the public about "The North Highland Avenue" and "Historic Bottoms" projects. After discussion, the commission unanimously adopted both plans. It now goes to the city council for study.
The City of Murfreesboro Judicial Department (City Court) will be closed the week of March 27-31 for in-person payments of citations and court fines due to the implementation of new citation processing software.
Rutherford County Sheriff's Office patrol deputies would like to meet residents who live in the zones they protect, the sheriff's patrol major said.
In total, there were 10 broken poles, four in Rutherford County, five in Cannon County and one in Williamson County.
Best-selling author and culture critic Nicholas "Nick" Carr will deliver the MTSU Scholars Week keynote address at 7 p.m. Monday, March 27, in the Student Union Ballroom.
U.S. Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) Wednesday (3/22/17) again urged the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) not to purchase power from the Clean Line Energy Partners' proposed Plains and Eastern Clean Line wind energy transmission project, which would "carry comparatively more expensive, less reliable electricity to Tennessee and other southeastern states."
A backpack with at least five mortar shells and a training grenade were found dumped at Ashwood Cove Apartments.
Blackman High School was evacuated for a time, as a precaution, while Murfreesboro Fire and Rescue investigated a faulty gas valve.
What started as a traffic stop for a broken taillight, ended with a call to a specialized investigator who focuses on Human Trafficking in Tennessee.
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