Activity Directors match a volunteer with a grandparent. Volunteers spend between 20 minutes to an hour a week with their grandparent.
UPDATE: A Smyrna mother has been arrested after a sealed indictment was handed down by the May 2017 Grand Jury for an accident that killed her 3-year old son. A plea is expected Friday (7/21/17).
In 2013, John Bouavong was shot and killed outside of a Smyrna eatery. The man was thought to have been caught in the crossfire of a group fighting outside the Souksavahn Restaurant on Almaville Road.
It looks as if another fan has been shoplifted in Murfreesboro. While the theft is a bit odd, the Dyson brand fans and Dyson brand vacuums are routinely stolen around the country and later sold on Ebay or Craigslist.
Former Sheriff Truman Jones started the SRO Program in Rutherford County in 1993 with five officers in five schools.
The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC) is now accepting applications for recycling and waste reduction grants totaling $4,500,000.
While the rates maybe lower, your bill will likely be higher. Amy Byers with Murfreesboro Electric explained, "Bills will be higher due to the increase..."
As the Cripple Creek Cloggers celebrate their golden anniversary, they are performing in Croatia. The local folk dance troupe shares the Appalachian style of old-time dancing with audiences around the world.
A Memphis man by the name of William Hightower has been arrested in Murfreesboro on multiple charges dealing with the rape of a child.
According to a loss prevention employee, the subject allegedly stole two Apple TV receivers, a Garmin GPS unit, a Google home Wi-Fi system, a speaker sound bar and ironically, a security camera system.
Linebaugh Public Library has joined more than 1,000 libraries across the country to participate in the celestial event of the century, the August 21, 2017 Solar Eclipse.
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Two MTSU scholars are the inaugural recipients of a new scholarship for women who aspire to enter the computer field.
The Murfreesboro Police Department is partnering with the Murfreesboro Housing Authority, Murfreesboro Parks and Recreation, Middle Tennessee Association of Realtors, AARP, and others to host National Night Out Against Crime Tuesday, August 1, 2017.
Murfreesboro City Schools invites parents, students and families to its district-wide open house. All Murfreesboro City Schools will be hosting an open house at their school on Thursday, August 3, 2017.
On the mayor's radio show, whenever a listener phones-in a question that needs research, Mayor Shane McFarland searches for the answer. Here are the mayor's responses to questions received on July 12, 2017.
Steel girders are now protruding from both the Old Fort Parkway and Memorial Boulevard sides of the Bridge Over Broad project. Plans call for shutting down all directions of traffic for two=weekends to connect the girders.
Seth Weathersby told WGNS, "Gateway Urgent Care is Murfreesboro's newest, largest and most advanced urgent care."
Friends along with many of the staff at NHC in Murfreesboro participated in a Celebration of Life on Friday, July 14th for Kenneth Hayes Davidson who died at the facility on March 20th.
UPDATE: The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), the nation's largest Muslim civil rights and advocacy organization, Tuesday (7/18/17) called on federal law enforcement authorities to investigate the vandalism of a Tennessee Muslim's vehicle as a possible hate crime.
I-24 East just before Medical Center Parkway was shut down due to an accident around 5:30 on Tuesday evening in Murfreesboro..
Three individuals associated with Journeys in Community Living will take top honors July 19 at the Tennessee Community Organization's Awards of Excellence in Nashville, award committees announced this week.
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