Riverdale at Blackman
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Friday, January 27
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The Coffee County Sheriff's Department is asking for the public's help. Authorities are searching for Jeremiah James Vandagriff age 33.
City council heard from Jobe, Hastings & Associates Thursday night with regards to Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for Fiscal Year June 30, 2016.
Twenty-one individuals were recently selected to participate in United Way's Catalyst program. The new class of business leaders, identified by the Catalyst Alumni Council, will participate in the six month program...
Murfreesboro City Schools will celebrate the expansion of Black Fox elementary with a groundbreaking ceremony on Friday (Jan. 20, 2017).
The victim was found lying in the grass next to Gentleman Jim's bar on Greenland Drive in Murfreesboro. When police noticed the woman in the pre-daylight hours of Thursday morning (1/19/17), they quickly called for paramedics.
The parents of a 3 month old in Murfreesboro are trying their best to make ends meet after the death of the small child.
There are many reasons why you should get to know your jeweler and shop local for jewelry... One of the many reasons deals with fraud on the internet.
The state is giving Middle Point Landfill a permit to treat water from its rock-crushing operation despite opposition from area residents and an environmental group.
On Wednesday (1/18/17) afternoon, a female entered the local store, filled up a shopping cart with men's and women's clothing, and then calmly pushed the overfilled cart out the front door.
A 54 year old Smithville man indicted last year for the rape of a child was in DeKalb County Criminal Court Wednesday.
Coffee County Deputy Joey Ricco responded to a call around 4am Tuesday at 1344 French Brantley Road in Wartrace due to a structure fire.
Talk about a bold theft, the suspects pulled into a South Church Street gas station and stole a leaf blower off the back of a landscaping truck.
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Internationally acclaimed pianist Charles Asche will bring the works of Beethoven and Chopin to life in the third public concert of MTSU's 2016-17 Keyboard Artist Series, set Sunday, Jan. 29, in the Wright Building's Hinton Music Hall.
Young Life is at work with young people in Murfreesboro being available to kids, providing fun, safe and comfortable gatherings, giving kids the right to be heard, and communicating God's love in terms these students can understand.
Tennessee Labor & Workforce Development Commissioner Burns Phillips announced the Tennessee preliminary unemployment rate for December was 4.9 percent, increasing from the revised November rate of 4.8 percent.
By State Rep. Mike Sparks: Tennessee has expelled more black students than any other Southern state and it ranks 9th worst in the nation for "disconnected youth" - youths who are between the ages of 16 and 24 who are not attending school or employed.
Robert Arnold is now officially the former Rutherford County Sheriff after pleading guilty to corruption charges. He also resigned from the office of sheriff.
"While few vaccines provide 100 percent protection against illness, two doses of the MMR vaccine are about 88 percent effective in preventing mumps..."
Have you ever been a Cripple Creek Clogger? Founder Steve Cates told NewsRadio WGNS that the local Appalachian folk dancers will celebrate its golden anniversary on April 22nd.
Evidently, the same customer has allegedly used about thirty different credit cards to pay for service.
Two separate crashes that are near each other occurred in similar time frames Wednesday evening (1/18/2017). Both were near the points where I-24 and I-840 intersect.
Murfreesboro Mayor Shane McFarland was among the community leaders from across the state to join Governor Haslam as the IMPROVE Act was unveiled.
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