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Murfreesboro Special Census Results: 128,225 Residents
Murfreesboro Special Census Results: 128,225 Residents

128,225 residents in the City of Murfreesboro! That's the final Census number submitted to the Greater Nashville Regional Council (GNRC) for verification.

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Murfreesboro City Schools Gifted Academy Graduates
Murfreesboro City Schools Gifted Academy Graduates

Thirty-three teachers from Murfreesboro City Schools received their Tennessee Employment Standard for Gifted Teaching after completing the 2017-18 MTSU/MCS Gifted Academy.

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Multiple Sclerosis care in Murfreesboro
Multiple Sclerosis care in Murfreesboro

Murfreesboro Medical Clinic's (MMC) Neurology department has announced their recent designation as a Partner in Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Care.

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Mayor's Prayer Breakfast on May 3rd
Mayor's Prayer Breakfast on May 3rd

The annual Mayor's Prayer Breakfast will take place on the Murfreesboro Civic Plaza May 3, 2018 at 6:30 in the morning. Christy Sanford stated...

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BBB Shred Event THIS Saturday
BBB Shred Event THIS Saturday

FREE shred event, sponsored by the local Better Business Bureau and MaxShred, will take place this Saturday (April 21st).

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MORE Information on the ending of Auto Emission Testing in Rutherford County
MORE Information on the ending of Auto Emission Testing in Rutherford County

Reports indicate that we could see the State of Tennessee put a stop to auto emission testing.

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Flags of Remembrance in Murfreesboro
Flags of Remembrance in Murfreesboro

This is the 10th year the Murfreesboro Noon Exchange Club has sponsored the Healing Field: Flags of Remembrance.

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Obituaries (Listen online)

These are the latest obituaries in Rutherford County...

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Nashville Sergeant Jason Wilkerson Decommissioned Following his Arrest Sunday in Rutherford County
Nashville Sergeant Jason Wilkerson Decommissioned Following his Arrest Sunday in Rutherford County

Central Precinct Sergeant Jason Wilkerson has been decommissioned and assigned to desk duty as the result of his arrest on Sunday by the La Vergne Police Department on a charge of aggravated assault.

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65 Year old Man Accused of Inappropriate Sexual Relationship with Minor
65 Year old Man Accused of Inappropriate Sexual Relationship with Minor

Special Agents from the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation have obtained indictments for a Franklin, TN man accused of having an inappropriate sexual relationship with a minor.

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Former First Lady Barbara Bush has Died
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Former First Lady Barbara Bush has Died

The former First Lady Barbara Bush has passed away at the age of 92. She died Tuesday in her Houston, Texas home.

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Earth Day is this Saturday
Earth Day is this Saturday

Amy Byers with the Murfreesboro Electric Department told WGNS that not only will the weather be nice for this years Earth Day on the local square, but they will also have lots of free goodies...

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Lifeguards needed during summer at MTSU Campus Recreation pools
Lifeguards needed during summer at MTSU Campus Recreation pools

MTSU's unsung heroes of water are asking for a handful of lifesavers for the summer months ahead.

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Sometimes We Just Need Something Positive!
Sometimes We Just Need Something Positive!

When Paul Rocco's shepherd mix Butch wandered away Sunday, he was worried about his beloved pet.

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TNReady Testing Delayed in Rutherford County for Second Day
TNReady Testing Delayed in Rutherford County for Second Day

TNReady testing continues to hit bumps in the road. This after numerous school districts statewide - including Rutherford County - reported problems on the first day of testing. Problems persisted Tuesday with what the Tennessee Department of Education called a "deliberate attack".

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CHILD ABUSE--Impressionable Young Minds!
CHILD ABUSE--Impressionable Young Minds!

The public is encouraged to see a video about the impact of child abuse on impressionable young minds. It will be shown at 6:30 this Thusday night at MTSU's Ned McWherter Learning Resource Center.

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Nonprofits work together to highlight independent businesses
Nonprofits work together to highlight independent businesses

Locally Owned Murfreesboro, Smyrna Independent Merchants Association present Light Up Local on April 24 at The Grove

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MTSU professor Questions Amazon's decision to start production on television series based on
MTSU professor Questions Amazon's decision to start production on television series based on "The Lord of the Rings"

A local MTSU professor is questioning Amazon's decision to start production on a five-year television series based on "The Lord of the Rings." Dr. Larry Burriss had this to say...

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One out of 10 children is a child sexual abuse victim
One out of 10 children is a child sexual abuse victim

"One out of 10 children is a child sexual abuse victim," Child Advocacy Center Director Sharon De Boer said. "This means that everywhere you see children in our community - in schools, day cares, Sunday school classes, sports teams, cheerleading squads, choirs, bands - there are children who need our help."

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Latest News from Linebaugh Library
Latest News from Linebaugh Library

Lots is happening at the Linebaugh Library this month. With more, here is Branch Librarian Carol Ghattas...

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Representative Sparks Applauds Faith Based Recovery And Recovery Court Efforts
Representative Sparks Applauds Faith Based Recovery And Recovery Court Efforts

Representative Mike Sparks (R-Smyrna) applauded the efforts of faith based recovery programs and the Mental Health Recovery Court, that has realized some remarkable success since it started in 2016.

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2018 Education Conference to be held in Murfreesboro

Once again this year, the conference will feature nationally recognized keynote speakers, as well as local industry experts, who have extensive experience in the workers' compensation field.

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Lawmakers pass ruling to END Auto Emission Testing in Tennessee
Lawmakers pass ruling to END Auto Emission Testing in Tennessee

On Monday (4/16/18) evening, lawmakers in the Volunteer State voted to end what many view as the burdensome auto emission testing of vehicles.

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Red Cross Partners with Murfreesboro Fire Rescue Department to Install Smoke Alarms During Sound the Alarm Event in Murfreesboro, TN
Red Cross Partners with Murfreesboro Fire Rescue Department to Install Smoke Alarms During Sound the Alarm Event in Murfreesboro, TN

The American Red Cross is partnering with Murfreesboro Fire Rescue Department to install life-saving smoke alarms during Sound the Alarm home fire safety event on Saturday, April 21st in the Minerva Drive area of Murfreesboro from 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

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Girl Dies in Lawn Mower Accident
Girl Dies in Lawn Mower Accident

Recently, the Bedford County Sheriff's Office reported that a young girl was struck and killed by a riding lawn mower. The incident occurred at a home on U.S. 41A North between Shelbyville and Unionville.

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