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Dr. King Honored At La Vergne City Hall
Dr. King Honored At La Vergne City Hall

At 10:00 o'clock Monday morning, the 8th Annual Remembrance Ceremony was held at La Vergne City Hall.

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PUBLIC COMMENTS At City Hall 6:00PM Thursday Night
PUBLIC COMMENTS At City Hall 6:00PM Thursday Night

There will be a special public meeting about the potential merger of Murfreesboro Electric and Middle Tennessee Electric just before the Murfreesboro City Council votes on the issue Thursday night (12/19/2019).

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Parking at the Future Retail, Office, Hotel Development off the Murfreesboro Square
Parking at the Future Retail, Office, Hotel Development off the Murfreesboro Square

We have an update on the new hotel, retail and office development that will soon be built in downtown Murfreesboro that will cover an entire city block. But, how will parking look for such a large lifestyle center when parking is already a highly discussed issue around the local square?

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Thursday: City Council and MED Power Board Meet
Thursday: City Council and MED Power Board Meet

At 5:45PM this coming Thursday afternoon, the Murfreesboro City Council and the Murfreesboro Power Board will conduct a joint meeting to discuss legal funding matters regarding the potential sale of Murfreesboro Electric to Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corp.

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Murfreesboro Man Gets
Murfreesboro Man Gets "Key To The City"

Mayor Shane McFarland awards Murfreesboro man the key to the city for 30+ years of local volunteer work.

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UPDATE: Developer Now Controls Future of 131 Year Old Bell Tower on Church and College Streets
UPDATE: Developer Now Controls Future of 131 Year Old Bell Tower on Church and College Streets

The City of Murfreesboro has officially turned over the old First Methodist Church building to a new owner.

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Plans FINALIZED To Develop 1-Square Block Downtown
Plans FINALIZED To Develop 1-Square Block Downtown

The City of Murfreesboro finalized plans to sell city-owned land and develop an uptown hotel, condos and retail-office space. The old First Methodist bell tower and sanctuary will be preserved in the $1.8-million project.

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Murfreesboro City Offices Closed on Monday, Feb. 18th
Murfreesboro City Offices Closed on Monday, Feb. 18th

In observance of 'Presidents' Day,' all City of Murfreesboro offices, recreational facilities and senior services at St. Clair Street Senior Center will be closed on Monday, Feb. 18, 2019.

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Mayor and City Council Members Sworn In
Mayor and City Council Members Sworn In

The full room had a noticeable energy similar to the excitement you might remember from the first day of school, and it is like the first day of school in some respects. A new year of opportunities and challenges to manage a nearly un-harnessed rate of growth in a community is a blessing but also presents a special set of challenges to meet the needs and expectations of the residents of Murfreesboro.

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Power Outage at MPD, MFRD, City Hall and WGNS
Power Outage at MPD, MFRD, City Hall and WGNS

Faulty equipment within a sectionalizing cabinet near the radio station caused a power outage and took your "Good Neighbor Station" off the air. It happened around 7:45 Thursday morning.

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Painter and Fine Artist Carol Curtis to exhibit in the Murfreesboro City Hall Rotunda
Painter and Fine Artist Carol Curtis to exhibit in the Murfreesboro City Hall Rotunda

The Murfreesboro City Hall Art Committee is pleased to announce an exhibit of paintings by Carol Curtis in Murfreesboro's City Hall, June 16-July 24, 2015.

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