Daily COVID-19 Case Update for Rutherford Co. & Tennessee

Thursday, 5-28-20 Update: The Tennessee Department of Health has updated the positive cases for coronavirus to 21,679 across Tennessee. There have been 1,116 cases reported in Rutherford County and 22 deaths. 475 in Rutherfor...

Murfreesboro man and Two Others Arrested by TBI - Cocaine Seized

A joint undercover drug investigation by Special Agents with the Drug investigation Division of the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and other federal and local law enforcement agencies has resulted in the arrest of three in...

An online "Virtual" Uncle Dave Macon Days to Start June 20, 2020

Uncle Dave Macon Days has postponed the 42nd Annual Uncle Dave Macon Days known as "A Roots Rendezvous," scheduled for September 25 to 26th, 2020. Instead, it will be online and is now scheduled to start June 20, 2020 at 12 n...

U.S. SENATE COMMITTEE HEARING: COVID-19: Going Back to College Safely

On Thursday, June 4, 2020, the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions committee will hold a hearing on how students can safely go to their college or university this fall.

La Vergne Answers to the Trial Courts - Property Owners Denied Operation of Car Dealer - Courts Agree

In La Vergne, property owners applied to the city for a building permit to install new doors on their car wash to convert the wash into a car dealer. La Vergne issued a building permit to the property owners, who performed th...

LOCAL ARTIST: Art Exhibit opens June 2 at City Hall Rotunda

Murfreesboro Cultural Arts will host a virtual reception featuring the works of local artist James Threalkill on June 12 at 6 p.m.

Rutherford County UNEMPLOYMENT Rate Stands at 16.7%

Usually, Rutherford County is ranked in the number two or three position for having the lowest unemployment rate in the Volunteer State between 2 and 3%.

Rutherford County UNEMPLOYMENT Rate Stands at 16.7%

Rutherford County UNEMPLOYMENT Rate Stands at 16.7%

Usually, Rutherford County is ranked in the number two or three position for having the lowest unemployment rate in the Volunteer State between 2 and 3%.

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LOCAL ARTIST: Art Exhibit opens June 2 at City Hall Rotunda

LOCAL ARTIST: Art Exhibit opens June 2 at City Hall Rotunda

Murfreesboro Cultural Arts will host a virtual reception featuring the works of local artist James Threalkill on June 12 at 6 p.m.

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Daily COVID-19 Case Update for Rutherford Co. & Tennessee

Daily COVID-19 Case Update for Rutherford Co. & Tennessee

Thursday, 5-28-20 Update: The Tennessee Department of Health has updated the positive cases for coronavirus to 21,679 across Tennessee. There have been 1,116 cases reported in Rutherford County and 22 deaths. 475 in Rutherford County have recovered.

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Governor Lee Appoints Bonita Jo Atwood to 16th Judicial District Circuit Court

Governor Lee Appoints Bonita Jo Atwood to 16th Judicial District Circuit Court

Tennessee Governor Bill Lee announced the appointment of Bonita Jo Atwood to the 16th Judicial District Circuit Court to fill the vacancy created by the retirement of the Honorable Royce Taylor.

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Dr. Theowauna Hatchett, a graduate of LaVergne High School, named school's next principal

Dr. Theowauna Hatchett, a graduate of LaVergne High School, named school's next principal

"It's full circle," she said. "It just shows me how God is faithful to bring me back to where I started. That's where the seeds were planted."

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La Vergne Answers to the Trial Courts - Property Owners Denied Operation of Car Dealer - Courts Agree

La Vergne Answers to the Trial Courts - Property Owners Denied Operation of Car Dealer - Courts Agree

In La Vergne, property owners applied to the city for a building permit to install new doors on their car wash to convert the wash into a car dealer. La Vergne issued a building permit to the property owners, who performed the $14,000 conversion of the future car lot but, things failed to go smoothly.

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U.S. SENATE COMMITTEE HEARING: COVID-19: Going Back to College Safely

U.S. SENATE COMMITTEE HEARING: COVID-19: Going Back to College Safely

On Thursday, June 4, 2020, the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions committee will hold a hearing on how students can safely go to their college or university this fall.

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Murfreesboro Poet Laureate Awarded National Fellowship

Murfreesboro Poet Laureate Awarded National Fellowship

In collaboration with The Porch and Southern Word, Whittemore plans to conduct a series of writing workshops, open mics, and school visits culminating in a conference for LGBTQ+youth in Murfreesboro. She also supports Poetry in the 'Boro, a local reading series featuring local and regional readers and an open mic.

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An online "Virtual" Uncle Dave Macon Days to Start June 20, 2020

Uncle Dave Macon Days has postponed the 42nd Annual Uncle Dave Macon Days known as "A Roots Rendezvous," scheduled for September 25 to 26th, 2020. Instead, it will be online and is now scheduled to start June 20, 2020 at 12 noon.

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Murfreesboro man and Two Others Arrested by TBI - Cocaine Seized

Murfreesboro man and Two Others Arrested by TBI - Cocaine Seized

A joint undercover drug investigation by Special Agents with the Drug investigation Division of the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and other federal and local law enforcement agencies has resulted in the arrest of three individuals and the seizure of cocaine, cash, and a handgun.

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Murfreesboro Police and TBI Continue to Search for Murder Suspect

Murfreesboro Police and TBI Continue to Search for Murder Suspect

An investigation into a 2019 murder is still underway. Murfreesboro Police report that they continue to search 30-year-old Delarrious Dwayne Crawford.

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TDA Alerts Livestock Producers to Possible Scam

TDA Alerts Livestock Producers to Possible Scam

The Tennessee Department of Agriculture (TDA) is warning livestock producers about a potential scam.

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City of La Vergne Hires New Fire Chief

City of La Vergne Hires New Fire Chief

The City of La Vergne has hired Ronny Beasley to serve the city as Fire Chief. Beasley's tentative start date is June 29.

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Murfreesboro Half Marathon CANCELED This Year

Murfreesboro Half Marathon CANCELED This Year

The Board of the Murfreesboro Half Marathon voted to cancel this year's event due to ongoing uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Rockvale Middle School physical education teacher and head football coach Torey Patterson

Rockvale Middle School physical education teacher and head football coach Torey Patterson

The Doug Young Educator of the Month from NewsRadio WGNS spotlights Siegel High Librarian & Media Specialist Debbie Butler. It's sponsored by City Tile and Floor Covering on Spring Street, L&K Trophies and Toot's Good Food and Fun.

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