8 Year old Kenneth Lance Johnson, Jr. was last seen on October 6, 2017 at the Super 8 Motel. Police say he has a history of substance abuse and mental illness.
The Boro Art Crawl celebrated its second anniversary Friday night as its largest turnout shopped, strolled, enjoyed delicious treats and enjoyed 70-degree temps.
Temps were in the low 70s when the 11th Annual Middle Half Marathon began on Greenland Drive Saturday morning. Almost 3,000 athletes lined-up next to the Dean Hayes Track and Soccer Stadium.
The order directs Departments of the Treasury, Labor and Health & Human Services to foster Association Health Plans for businesses and their employees, limited-term plans for Americans in need of temporary health insurance, and employer-based Health Reimbursement Arrangements similar to health savings accounts...
MTSU's College of Liberal Arts is making a visible push to spread the message about the tremendous upside of students getting a liberal arts education.
You'll have a chance to put your veins where your cheers are and prove that you really do BLEED BLUE FOR MTSU. The seventh annual blood drive takes place 10:00AM to 6:00PM Monday through Wednesday (Nov. 13-15, 2017) at the Campus Recreation Center.
Construction crews are working to complete work before cold weather hits. Traffic Engineer Ram Balachandran warns motorists of potential trouble spots in the 'Boro for today through October 21st.
A tight first quarter followed by 36-unanswered points leads Oakland to a 50-14 win over rival Siegel.
The Tennessee NAACP has released a statement about the "Pro-White National Socialist Movement" visiting Murfreesboro and Shelbyville, TN on Saturday, October 28, 2017.
The Woodbury Police Department received a call recently about a dog that was placed into the trunk of a car and the owner was in a drug store.
The BBB survey says 69 percent of victims are under 45, and 78 percent hold college or graduate degrees.
More than 10,000 people in Tennessee have end stage renal disease and the number affected grows by 10% annually.
The Rutherford County Board of Commissioners Meeting was upbeat last night, full of good news and helpful reminders. The Rutherford Neighbor Alliance brought awareness to legal services, the commissioners announced some fund raising events coming up, and Rhonda Allen brought attention to our schools' budget.
The Sam Davis Home in Smyrna is gearing up for a spooky tour of the grounds with Ghost Tours.
In Murfreesboro, a couple called the police to report that they had been defrauded of close to $15,000. The couple told police they bought software from a company called "Premium Tech Service."
About 8,000 feet of copper wiring was stolen in Murfreesboro at a construction site. The theft was reported this past Monday morning.
An incident involving hazing is under investigation in nearby Grundy County. Director of Schools Jessie Kinsey says that a hazing incident did happen at Grundy County High School football field house.
Greenhouse Ministries in Murfreesboro has teamed up with Feed America First to help those affected by the recent hurricanes in Texas and Florida. They will be collecting needed items all day Friday (10/13/17).
An acclaimed visiting scholar and author who's been focusing her studies on race and family history in the 19th-century American West will discuss her discoveries Tuesday, Oct. 24, in a free public lecture at MTSU.
44 year-old Karen E Anderson of Bradyville, TN was driving her 2003 Nissan westbound on Noah Road when she apparently lost control.
It is a unique local tradition that a locally owned grocery store has done for years that includes two tractor trailer trucks...
Middle Tennessee's 16th American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk will be held Saturday, Oct. 21 at Nissan Stadium.
Murfreesboro Fire Rescue Department (MFRD) proudly announces that Training Coordinator Jeff Wright was named "Firefighter of the Year" at the Noon Exchange Club of Murfreesboro's Annual Crime and Fire Prevention Awards Luncheon Thursday at Five Senses restaurant.
A new class that will soon be offered in Murfreesboro starting next month, will help someone become a community activist or perhaps a politician...
Burn permits are required in Tennessee from October 15, 2017 to May 15, 2018.
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