Avoid a half-mile section of Haynes Drive (Thompson Lane to Wiltshire Dr.) to thru traffic this weekend for removal and repaving of a deteriorated "failing section" of street surface.
As in the past, Murfreesboro Mayor Shane McFarland researches answers for the questions that residents phone to him on his WGNS' radio broadcast. He received two questions dealing with traffic issues on Thompson Lane.
Widening Thompson Lane in Murfreesboro between Broad Street and Siegel Schools is badly needed as afternoon and morning traffic in that area is tough to navigate.
A two-vehicle crash Tuesday evening in the 6:00 o'clock hour on Thompson Lane slowed the traffic on the roadway even more.
The plans are to build homes ranging from 2,000-3,000 square feet with a unique modern architecture that is new to Murfreesboro.
City Council held a public hearing Thursday night to discuss the possible expansion of TrustPoint Hospital that will add almost 400 jobs, and was met with some angry residents.
A grassy field posted with hundreds of U.S. flags presents an unforgettable panorama of red, white and blue that has earned the description "healing" as part of its name.
"Mr. Carter advised one of his nurses that he concealed a prescription bottle of marijuana inside his rectum. The doctor retrieved the item and I confirmed the substance inside of the prescription bottle was marijuana."
The 4.3 mile widening project from SR-1 (US 70S, NW Broad St.) to SR-10 (US 231, Memorial Boulevard) will widen the existing 2-lane road to 5 lanes.
In full disclosure, City Planning Director Joseph D. Aydelott has notified City Recorder Melissa Wright, City Manager Rob Lyons, and City Attorney Susan McGannon of a personal contract agreement to sell approximately 6.8 acres of personally-owned property at 728 W. Thompson Lane.
In addition to Cherry Lane being extended, Thompson Lane will be widened between Memorial Blvd. and North West Broad Street.
A white chair sitting in front of a Goodwill drop off center in Murfreesboro was set on fire.
There were several brief power outages within a half-hour period Sunday afternoon. The Murfreesboro Fire Department received calls of a transformer exploding on Thompson Lane near the Rivermont Apartments.
You may not be getting all you can out of your browsing experience
and may be open to security risks!
Consider upgrading to the latest version of your browser or choose on below: