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WEDDING DRESS Exhibit Open At Oaklands Mansion
WEDDING DRESS Exhibit Open At Oaklands Mansion

Stories of our community will come to life through "Wedding Dresses Through The Decades" on display daily at Oaklands Mansion now through March 5, 2017.

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Chair of Tennessee Democratic Party:
Chair of Tennessee Democratic Party: "Resist and Persevere"

The Tennessee Democratic Party has made it known publicly that they have distaste in the United States Presidency as opposed to suggesting that both parties should work together for the common good of all people.

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New Restaurant on Memorial Blvd. Planned
New Restaurant on Memorial Blvd. Planned

A new nearly 63-hundred square foot restaurant on one-and-a-half acres is coming to the east side of Memorial Boulevard, just across the street from Sir Pizza.

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New WGNS App Hits Apple Store & Google Play
New WGNS App Hits Apple Store & Google Play

Rutherford Countians have an updated way to keep up with local news, weather and listen live to NewsRadio WGNS. A totally re-designed app is now available in the Apple App Store and in Google Play.

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UPDATE: Rutherford County man charged in Cannon County Deaths
UPDATE: Rutherford County man charged in Cannon County Deaths

Special Agents from the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation have arrested and charged a Rutherford County man accused of killing two individuals and injuring a third in a Cannon County incident from over the weekend.

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New Rutherford County Jail Administrator Named
New Rutherford County Jail Administrator Named

Correctional Work Center Superintendent Bernard Salandy was named jail administrator Thursday at the Rutherford County Adult Detention Center.

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Have you seen this man?
Have you seen this man?

The Coffee County Sheriff's Department is asking for the public's help. Authorities are searching for Jeremiah James Vandagriff age 33.

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Another Good Year for The Murfreesboro Annual Financial Report
Another Good Year for The Murfreesboro Annual Financial Report

City council heard from Jobe, Hastings & Associates Thursday night with regards to Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for Fiscal Year June 30, 2016.

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United Way 2017 Catalyst Program Class Announced
United Way 2017 Catalyst Program Class Announced

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...

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Friday Groundbreaking at Black Fox Elementary School
Friday Groundbreaking at Black Fox Elementary School

Murfreesboro City Schools will celebrate the expansion of Black Fox elementary with a groundbreaking ceremony on Friday (Jan. 20, 2017).

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Murfreesboro woman found in the grass on Thursday raped
Murfreesboro woman found in the grass on Thursday raped

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.

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3 Month old dies in Murfreesboro - Family struggling to afford headstone
3 Month old dies in Murfreesboro - Family struggling to afford headstone

The parents of a 3 month old in Murfreesboro are trying their best to make ends meet after the death of the small child.

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Murfreesboro victim buys diamond online, later finds out it was a fake
Murfreesboro victim buys diamond online, later finds out it was a fake

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.

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Permit approved for Middle Point Landfill
Permit approved for Middle Point Landfill

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.

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$1,000+ Shoplifting case in Murfreesboro
$1,000+ Shoplifting case in Murfreesboro

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.

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New courtroom in the local jail is saving taxpayers big money
New courtroom in the local jail is saving taxpayers big money

Newly appointed Sheriff Mike Fitzhugh told WGNS the new courtroom is saving money for taxpayers...

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3 Year sentence handed down for
3 Year sentence handed down for "Aggravated Child Sexual Battery"

A 54 year old Smithville man indicted last year for the rape of a child was in DeKalb County Criminal Court Wednesday.

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House fire in nearby Wartrace
House fire in nearby Wartrace

Coffee County Deputy Joey Ricco responded to a call around 4am Tuesday at 1344 French Brantley Road in Wartrace due to a structure fire.

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Thieves steal leaf blower from landscaping truck at gas station
Thieves steal leaf blower from landscaping truck at gas station

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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Where is the car that the victim bought?
Where is the car that the victim bought?

A fraud case was reported to Murfreesboro Police on Wednesday.

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Community invited to hear 'eminent' pianist Charles Asche Jan. 29 in MTSU's 'Keyboard Artist Series'
Community invited to hear 'eminent' pianist Charles Asche Jan. 29 in MTSU's 'Keyboard Artist Series'

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.

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Young Life Murfreesboro Welcomes All to Banquet
Young Life Murfreesboro Welcomes All to Banquet

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.

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TN Unemployment Rate slightly increased between November and December
TN Unemployment Rate slightly increased between November and December

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.

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OPINION: Juvenile Justice Task Force Wraps Up
OPINION: Juvenile Justice Task Force Wraps Up

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.

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Robert Arnold Pleads Guilty...Resigns As Sheriff
Robert Arnold Pleads Guilty...Resigns As Sheriff

Robert Arnold is now officially the former Rutherford County Sheriff after pleading guilty to corruption charges. He also resigned from the office of sheriff.

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