New property taxes for the growing City of Murfreesboro equal more money to operate the police, parks, codes departments and more. Councilman Ronnie Martin...
General Sessions Judge Toby Gilley will swear-in newly elected Mayor Shane McFarland and Murfreesboro City Council members, Madelyn Scales Harris, Rick LaLance, and the newest Council member, Ronnie Martin, during a special ceremony, Thursday, Sept. 6...
Murfreesboro City Council votes to create a new role, the Utilities Director will be over both the Water Resources Department and Electric Department which will be streamlined into the City's organizational structure.
Ronnie Martin, FirstBank Senior Vice President and Relationship Manager, announced Tuesday (2/13/18) he is running for a seat on the Murfreesboro City Council.
A write-in candidate will fill a vacant seat on the Eagleville City Council.
As the Murfreesboro City Council and the Power Board prepares to hold a special joint public meeting Thursday to consider selling Murfreesboro Electric to Middle Tennessee Electric, the mayor is closer to a personal decision.
The Murfreesboro City Council and the Power Board will conduct a Special Joint Public Meeting at 5:00 o'clock this coming Thursday afternoon May 12th in the Council Chambers of the Murfreesboro City Hall.
Have you ever thought to yourself, "I'd like to tell the Murfreesboro City Council about an idea I had, but I am nervous standing up in front of everyone - I don't know how to do it?" Well if you have, then this news story is for you.
Terry Womack, who has announced her retirement from the Parks & Recreation Department after 28 years, was given special recognition at Thursday's City Council meeting...
Two men and a woman were arrested at Motel 6 on Chaffin Place in Murfreesboro after officers responded to check on a woman who had warrants for her arrest. DCS had to be called because the woman had three young children with her.
Police Chief Chrisman stopped by the Valentine’s Eve meeting of the Murfreesboro City Council to reiterate that the police headquarter relocation to North Highland Avenue will result in huge taxpayer savings...
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