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La Vergne Fire Chief Passes Away
La Vergne Fire Chief Passes Away

Rick McCormick, the La Vergne Fire Chief, passed away. He was 49-years old. Details surrounding his sudden passing have not been released.

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McCarter East Adds Two Attorney's
McCarter East Adds Two Attorney's

Russell joins McCarter | East PLLC after six years of practice in Murfreesboro, TN. Russell has extensive experience in the areas of criminal law, civil litigation, and collections.

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Obituaries (Listen online)

These are the latest obituaries in Rutherford County...

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TrustPoint Expanding To Offer More Services
TrustPoint Expanding To Offer More Services

There is new construction everywhere around Murfreesboro and one of the most prominent construction zones is on North Thompson at Wilkinson Pike, home of the amazing expansion of Trustpoint Hospital.

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Council Approves Land Sale For Airport Improvements
Council Approves Land Sale For Airport Improvements

City Council approved a resolution to sell excess land at the airport with the understanding that the money gained will go towards improving the airport.

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STARS Award Recipients Recognized
STARS Award Recipients Recognized

In a special ceremony prior to last nights scheduled City Council, Murfreesboro City Human Resource Director, Pam Russell recognized a team of four first responders who revived and saved a mans life on June 8th, 2018.

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UPDATE on the stabbing at Old Fort Park in Murfreesboro on 8/11/18
UPDATE on the stabbing at Old Fort Park in Murfreesboro on 8/11/18

After the police reports were released, it was confirmed that the victim was stabbed multiple times in the face.

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Haslam's Overhaul State's Probation System Ruled Unconstitutional
Haslam's Overhaul State's Probation System Ruled Unconstitutional

A Tennessee appeals court has ruled that Gov. Bill Haslam's overhaul of the state's probation system is unconstitutional, saying it violates defendant's rights.

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Tucker Tabbed Murfreesboro City Attorney
Tucker Tabbed Murfreesboro City Attorney

"Adam Tucker has faithfully served as Staff Attorney, as Assistant City Attorney, and Interim City Attorney on a number of important legal matters, including the highly publicized rally last October," said Mayor Shane McFarland.

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Squirrel Hunting Season in Tennessee starts with a Free Hunting Day
Squirrel Hunting Season in Tennessee starts with a Free Hunting Day

Tennessee residents are allowed to hunt without a license on Saturday, Aug. 25 which coincides with the opening day of squirrel season.

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Heart Transplant at age 36... Listen to his story
Heart Transplant at age 36... Listen to his story

Travis Ghee, who lives in Rutherford County, was only 36 years old when he had to have a heart transplant...

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Large grant to be awarded to the Rutherford County Fire and Rescue Department
Large grant to be awarded to the Rutherford County Fire and Rescue Department

With the grant money, it expands the possibility of opening another location to better serve the growing population...

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MTSU Scholars Academy hosting record number of freshmen for summer institute
MTSU Scholars Academy hosting record number of freshmen for summer institute

Middle Tennessee State University's Scholars Academy continues to attract a growing number of incoming freshmen seeking early acclimation into the Blue Raider community.

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Photos of Rutherford County homes in the 1930's
Photos of Rutherford County homes in the 1930's

Photos of homes throughout Rutherford County in the 1930's will be on display in the windows of Shacklett's Photography on the Murfreesboro Square. Gloria Christy stated...

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Third Generation of Walls Firefighters Begins Career at Murfreesboro Fire and Rescue
Third Generation of Walls Firefighters Begins Career at Murfreesboro Fire and Rescue

Caleb Walls' first day on the job as a Fire Trainee was August 6, exactly 28 years after his dad, Captain Clay Walls, started his firefighting career at Murfreesboro Fire Rescue Department.

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Tennessee Lawmakers Reviewing 500-plus Public Records Exemptions
Tennessee Lawmakers Reviewing 500-plus Public Records Exemptions

A state review has found that while Tennessee lawmakers began reviewing 500-plus public records exemptions this year, they approved more exclusions.

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School of Christian Thought: When Forgiveness Hurts
School of Christian Thought: When Forgiveness Hurts

The girl behind the photo - at age nine she was photographed, running naked up a road with her skin on fire and screaming in agony. She was fleeing the horrors of the Vietnam War and, luckily, she escaped her death from napalm to tell her story.

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Blackburn, Bredesen, Dean and Lee to speak to stakeholders and leaders from across Tennessee about the OPIOID CRISIS
Blackburn, Bredesen, Dean and Lee to speak to stakeholders and leaders from across Tennessee about the OPIOID CRISIS

In a statement announcing the summit, Dr. Manny Sethi, founder of Healthy Tennessee said "I have traveled to every corner of Tennessee, and the opioid crisis has touched every community in our state

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Special Kids 20 Year Celebration is this Saturday, August 18
Special Kids 20 Year Celebration is this Saturday, August 18

Local nonprofit Special Kids Therapy & Nursing Center is preparing for their 20 Year Celebration taking place this weekend on Saturday, August 18. They recently had a former patient and her mother come back to campus for a tour and sit down to reflect on the past.

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Oakland High School Student competes in Belgium for World Mounted Game
Oakland High School Student competes in Belgium for World Mounted Game

Emma Boylan, a senior at Oakland High School, will travel to Belgium next week to compete in the International Mounted Games Association World Championships.

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Rutherford County Opioid Town Hall  is Thursday, September 6th from 5:30 pm-8:00 pm
Rutherford County Opioid Town Hall is Thursday, September 6th from 5:30 pm-8:00 pm

The 2018 Rutherford Recovery Fest is Saturday, September 15th from 10:00 am-5:00 pm. It will be at the Patterson Park Community Center. This event will be outdoors.

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(Murfreesboro) Foundation hosts 3rd annual Back to School Bash 5k/10k
(Murfreesboro) Foundation hosts 3rd annual Back to School Bash 5k/10k

The City Schools Foundation is preparing for the annual Back to School 5k/10k run to be held on Saturday, September 15, 2018 beginning at Overall Creek Elementary. The event will begin at 7 a.m. with options to walk or run.

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CAPTURED: Two men suspected of pistol whipping / kidnapping Green Hills man
CAPTURED: Two men suspected of pistol whipping / kidnapping Green Hills man

CAPTURED: Nashville North Precinct Flex officers a short time ago arrested accused kidnappers/armed robbers Orlando Harris Jr. and Deion Glover from the Green Hills case. They were taken into custody without incident after being spotted at 17th Avenue North & Wheless Street by Officers Garren Hoskins, Khalid Abbady and Daniel Garrett.

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Man Shows Murfreesboro Police a Hungarian Passport After Being Accused of Criminal Simulation
Man Shows Murfreesboro Police a Hungarian Passport After Being Accused of Criminal Simulation

Five counts of "Criminal Simulation" were levied against a Nashville man during his recent trip to First Bank in Murfreesboro.

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Fake $15,000 Check Lands Woman in Rutherford County Jail
Fake $15,000 Check Lands Woman in Rutherford County Jail

A Huntsville, Alabama woman has been taken to jail in Murfreesboro after allegedly trying to cash a fraudulent check.

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