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UPDATE: Murfreesboro man found deceased on the City Hall Civic Plaza Monday night
UPDATE: Murfreesboro man found deceased on the City Hall Civic Plaza Monday night

A memorial service will be held for the homeless man, found dead at the Civic Plaza this week.

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Murfreesboro Launches Online Vendor Registration and Solicitation Notification System
Murfreesboro Launches Online Vendor Registration and Solicitation Notification System

The City of Murfreesboro's Purchasing Department has launched an online vendor registration and solicitation notification system called VendorLink. The system allows businesses to view and download solicitations at no cost, at any time, from any computer with Internet access.

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Murfreesboro Council to review the proposed city budget on Thursday
Murfreesboro Council to review the proposed city budget on Thursday

For the 17th consecutive year, Murfreesboro's $134 million Fiscal Year 2015-16 proposed budget does not call for a property tax hike and maintains expected municipal service levels to the over 116,000 residents of the community.

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Do you want to address the Murfreesboro City Council with an idea?
Do you want to address the Murfreesboro City Council with an idea?

Have you ever thought to yourself, "I'd like to tell the Murfreesboro City Council about an idea I had, but I am nervous standing up in front of everyone - I don't know how to do it?" Well if you have, then this news story is for you.

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Murfreesboro City Hall illuminated in purple for Alzheimer's
Murfreesboro City Hall illuminated in purple for Alzheimer's

According to the Alzheimer's Association www.alz.org, Alzheimer's is a complex neurological disease that is the most common form of dementia.

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Opening ART reception THURSDAY Night at MTSU Todd Art Gallery

The MTSU Todd Art Gallery in partnership with the Murfreesboro City Hall Art Committee (CHAC) invites the public to an opening reception Thursday, July 10, 2014, 5-7 p.m. for the Winner’s Invitational Exhibit featuring the awards’ recipients from the “Branches of One Tree Rooted in Love”

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“Celebrate Diversity” Exhibit in City Hall Rotunda

The Murfreesboro City Hall Art Committee with the Murfreesboro Peace & Justice Art Project announces an exhibition celebrating diversity during Black History Month, showing photographs by Robert Gerhardt of New York City and paintings by Steve Matthews of Murfreesboro.

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Upcoming Art Exhibit in Murfreesboro City Hall Rotunda Celebrates Diversity During Black History Month
Upcoming Art Exhibit in Murfreesboro City Hall Rotunda Celebrates Diversity During Black History Month

The Murfreesboro City Hall Art Committee with the Murfreesboro Peace & Justice Art Project announces an exhibition  celebrating diversity during Black History Month, showing photographs by Robert Gerhardt of New York City and paintings by Steve Matthews of Murfreesboro.

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FLASH MOB reported to descend on City Hall Rotunda 4:30-6:30PM today!
Reports of a FLASH MOB descending on the rotunda of the Murfreesboro City Hall this afternoon. The Rutherford County School's inaugural Peace and Justice Art Competition opens with a reception from 4:30 to 6:30 this afternoon (Thursday, 1/9/2014). 
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"Peace and Justice Art Competition" in City Hall Rotunda

"The Murfreesboro Peace and Justice Art Project" officially opened Thursday evening in the rotunda of the Murfreesboro City Hall. 

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GOOD NEWS: Artwork by local school children to be on display in city hall
The Murfreesboro City Hall Art Committee announces its annual Murfreesboro City Schools Youth Art Competition for children in grades kindergarten through sixth. 
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Washington and Lincoln: A President’s Day Celebration in the Art of Pen and Ink on display at Murfreesboro City Hall
Washington and Lincoln: A President’s Day Celebration in the Art of Pen and Ink on display at Murfreesboro City Hall
Addressing his work on Abraham Lincoln, Lyons attributes the work of Robert Terry for the inspiration that led him to produce what he calls, the Abraham Lincoln Portrait Collection.
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