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Business In Rutherford County Is Exploding
Business In Rutherford County Is Exploding

Murfreesboro's First Presbyterian Church is doing a series on "communinity involvement" on Wednesday evenings. On Wednesday night, Rutherford County Chamber of Commerce Vice President of Economic Development Brian Hercules retail sales in Rutherford County are fourth for the entire state.

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No School Monday in Rutherford County for the Total Eclipse Event
No School Monday in Rutherford County for the Total Eclipse Event

UPDATE: The Rutherford County School Board voted Wednesday night to close schools on Monday (8/21/17) for the total eclipse event because of concerns about safety. Murfreesboro City Schools will be OPEN.

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TN Dept. of Health Chimes in on Total Eclipse in TN
TN Dept. of Health Chimes in on Total Eclipse in TN

Tennessee is one of 14 states that will be in the path of totality, a 70 mile-wide path where the sun is completely blocked by the moon.

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TAB Honors Whit Adamson With Highest Award
TAB Honors Whit Adamson With Highest Award

The Tennessee Association of Broadcasters concluded its 2017 Annual Conference at Murfreesboro's Embassy Suites Wednesday by presenting the Distinguished Service Award to Whit Adamson.

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"Coffee with a Cop" in Murfreesboro Thursday (8/17/17) Evening

Join the police this Thursday, August 17, 2017, between 6:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. at the Medical Center Parkway location of Starbucks in front of the Avenue Shopping Center.

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Are you Total Eclipse Ready?
Are you Total Eclipse Ready?

If you live in an area that will be affected by the eclipse, you've no doubt heard about the things you need to do to protect your eyes. But did you know there may be insurance-related issues?

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This Friday at The Residence Alive Hospice in Murfreesboro
This Friday at The Residence Alive Hospice in Murfreesboro

Alive Hospice's monthly Lunch and Learn Series is presented the third Friday of each month at The Residence at Alive Hospice Murfreesboro.

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Four cars shot in area of South University Street in Murfreesboro
Four cars shot in area of South University Street in Murfreesboro

Several cars were shot in Murfreesboro this past Sunday morning at 3AM. The incident unfolded in the area of South University Street and Reid Avenue.

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Investigation into March 18, 2016 Murder at The Vie Apartments Continues
Investigation into March 18, 2016 Murder at The Vie Apartments Continues

Murfreesboro Police continue to investigate the murder of Dante Johnson which took place in March of 2016 at The Vie apartment complex.

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Sobriety Checkpoint This Friday in Murfreesboro (8/18/17)
Sobriety Checkpoint This Friday in Murfreesboro (8/18/17)

The checkpoint will be on Warrior Drive near Riverdale High School and the New Salem Highway.

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Man Arrested in Coffee Co. had 10 Prior Driving on Revoked Driver's License Convictions
Man Arrested in Coffee Co. had 10 Prior Driving on Revoked Driver's License Convictions

The driver drove to the nearby Circle K store. While speaking to the deputy, the man allegedly admitted to drinking one beer and allegedly using Cocaine.

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Lawsuit continues against Tennessee for Possibilty Endangering People with Bleeding Disorders
Lawsuit continues against Tennessee for Possibilty Endangering People with Bleeding Disorders

A judge is letting a lawsuit continue that claims Tennessee is breaking federal law and endangering people with bleeding disorders like hemophilia by reimbursing less for prescription blood-clotting drugs through its Medicaid program.

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UPDATE: Human Trafficking Continues in Tennessee
UPDATE: Human Trafficking Continues in Tennessee

A youth leader, a coach, and a volunteer firefighter are among nearly a dozen men facing felony charges as part of a four-day human trafficking operation in Kingsport.

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TNDP Chair Statement on President Trump's Praise of Neo-Nazis and White Supremacists
TNDP Chair Statement on President Trump's Praise of Neo-Nazis and White Supremacists

Mary Mancini, chair of the Tennessee Democratic Party, released the following statement on President Trump's press conference on Charlottesville:

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Economic Impact of Rutherford County's nonprofit arts and culture industry significant
Economic Impact of Rutherford County's nonprofit arts and culture industry significant

Rutherford County's nonprofit arts and culture industry generates $31.2 million in annual economic activity--supporting $1,054 full-time equivalent jobs, generating $18.3 million in household income...

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Tennessee's Radio & TV Broadcasters In The 'Boro
Tennessee's Radio & TV Broadcasters In The 'Boro

Radio and television broadcasters from across the Volunteer State are in Murfreesboro for the Tennessee Association of Broadcasters' Annual Conference at the Embassy Suites Hotel and Conference Center.

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Toot's Expanding...4th Eatery In West 'Boro/Blackman
Toot's Expanding...4th Eatery In West 'Boro/Blackman

Toot's Good Food and Fun is about to begin construction of their fourth restaurant here in Rutherford County.

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PAWS
PAWS "Reading To Dogs" Program Works!

On Tuesday, PAWS Public Relations and Media Specialist Lindsay Frierson told the Murfreesboro Rotary Club that the local animal adoption group's Reading To The Animals program is about to grow.

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More Victoria's Secret Thefts in Murfreesboro
More Victoria's Secret Thefts in Murfreesboro

The Victoria's Secret employee went to the front of the store and actually laid across the display table to keep the two visitors from stealing the items that were on the table.

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Aggravated Robbery in Murfreesboro
Aggravated Robbery in Murfreesboro

An aggravated robbery was reported in Murfreesboro this past Saturday night around 10:00. The hold-up allegedly occurred at the M&S Market on West Clark Blvd.

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MTSU Graduation this past weekend was simple, yet encouraging
MTSU Graduation this past weekend was simple, yet encouraging

Those in attendance heard simple but profound advice from a renowned mathematics professor at their summer 2017 commencement ceremony on Aug. 12: Don't stop learning.

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Volunteer at the Center for the Arts in Murfreesboro
Volunteer at the Center for the Arts in Murfreesboro

The Center for the Arts in Murfreesboro is always in need of volunteers... If you like the arts, you may want to think about helping out.

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64 Big Road Projects Nearing for Murfreesboro
64 Big Road Projects Nearing for Murfreesboro

A total of 64 road projects are on the drawing board for the City of Murfreesboro over the next 40 years.

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Godspower Wants Less Time in Prison for Smyrna Murder and Attempted Murder - NO GO
Godspower Wants Less Time in Prison for Smyrna Murder and Attempted Murder - NO GO

Late last month, a request for a new trial filed by Charles Godspower was denied by Judge David Bragg in a Rutherford County Courtroom.

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MTSU Art Alums 2017: A Celebration
MTSU Art Alums 2017: A Celebration

This 30-year span is specific to the formative years of the department's graphic design program and ceases at a point that acknowledges each graduate's further artistic and professional career development over the last five years.

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