Bring the family for a holiday celebration on Friday, Dec. 6th...
In observance of the Christmas holidays, most City of Murfreesboro offices will be closed Monday, December 24, and Tuesday, December 25, 2018. The Main Parks & Recreation Office, Cannonsburgh Village, and Bradley Academy will also be closed Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. In observance of the New Year's Day holiday, Murfreesboro offices and some recreational facilities will be closed Tuesday, January 1, 2019.
Consolidated Utility District (CUD) is partnering with area nonprofits and charities to promote giving that benefits residents of Rutherford County. Two of the three opportunities are represented by collection boxes located inside the utility's lobby at 709 New Salem Highway.
The writer of the Christmas classic "There's No Place Like Home for the Holidays", must have been thinking about Murfreesboro.
The Kingwood Surviving the Holidays seminar is for people who are grieving a loved one's death. The local church will...
It's that time of year again, and Barnabas Vision in Murfreesboro is ready to begin the 2018 Adopt A Teen Christmas Program!
Main Street: Murfreesboro and Rutherford County is in search of a large tree to celebrate Christmas this holiday season.
The entrance fee is simply a nonperishable food item to help stock the "Nourish Food Bank" before Christmas. A list of needed items is below.
Christmas on the minds of some: Murfreesboro and Rutherford County are in search of a large tree to celebrate Christmas this holiday season.
He may just be four years old, but Hayes Owen, son of David and Stacey Owen of Murfreesboro, had a BIG wish for Christmas.
Toot's diners can provide Christmas for less fortunate children by donating to the Shop with the Sheriff's Office during a fund-raiser this coming Tuesday (12/6/2016) at Toot's on Broad Street and Toot's South.
Two dozen young Midstate artists' unique visions will be on display, with help from MTSU students, when Tennessee's state Christmas tree shines brightly alongside the National Christmas Tree in Washington, D.C., on Friday, Dec. 1.
At Special Kids, the Cornelius Christmas program allows individuals and groups from the community to give back to families who need financial support the most. This year, 92 families were served through the generosity of the local community...
While Tennessee consumers are slightly more optimistic about their economic futures, that upbeat view is countered by concerns about present finances that could impact holiday shopping...
The official Christmas tree for the town of Smyrna goes up on Tuesday.
"No child should wake up on Christmas morning and not have anything under the tree," said Child Advocacy Center holiday sponsor Kaitlin Vild.
If you want to donate the tree that will be used as the Rutherford County Christmas Tree in front of the courthouse, call 895-1887.
Some of the MTSU Lady Raider freshmen basketball players are celebrating the holidays with a Christmas message, sharing what the holiday means to them.
The annual effort targets the children of low-income MTSU students as well as the children of parents receiving assistance from the local Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Program.
For children of the 1960's, 70's and 80's, you most likely remember Santa's Murfreesboro helper.
The La Vergne mayor, fire chief, police chief and others were locked up in jail. "Jingle Bail" raised over 11-thousand dollars to purchase food, clothing and toys for children, families and senior citizens in La Vergne for the holidays.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Rutherford County has several members that need help this Christmas.
As a part of its tradition, on Sunday, December 7th, the Town of Smyrna will celebrate the holiday season with its 40th annual Christmas Parade.
The Child Advocacy Center is recruiting 'Secret Santa's' to help make abused children's Christmas wishes come true.
The theme of the Christmas Parade is your interpretation of "All I want for Christmas is..."
Christmas time's a comin'. While many aren't thinking about Christmas just yet, the Salvation Army has been preparing since July for the holiday season.
We have an update on an event that took place back in December. The first annual Jingle Jam held on December 21st, was a bona-fide success.
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