Rutherford County is the first in Tennessee to offer tax incentives for preserving historic properties.
Original plans focused on a roadway directly next to New Vision Baptist Church, which the Vanderbilt pediatric clinic will be behind. However, a small swap of land with the Stones River Battlefield...
Murfreesboro City Councilman Eddie Smotherman reports that the city has reached a contractual agreement with the White family to purchase the wetlands behind Oaklands Mansion.
The first weekend of closure at the Bridge over Broad construction project has come and gone. Another closure is coming up this weekend.
The Murfreesboro City Council will remain a six-member body. At their Thursday meeting, members voted down a measure to appoint someone to fill the vacant seat of the late Vice Mayor Doug Young.
The Murfreesboro City Council soon take up what to do with the vacant seat left after the passing of Vice Mayor Doug Young.
Newly-elected Murfreesboro City Councilmembers Kirt Wade, Bill Shacklett, and Eddie Smotherman were officially sworn-in on Thursday night.
Veteran Murfreesboro City Councilmen Bill Shacklett and Eddie Smotherman will be sworn-in, along with newly elected council member Kirt Wade this week.
Despite an uncontested race for Murfreesboro City Council, there will be a new face on the governing body.
The Murfreesboro City Council held a brainstorming session from 5:00 to 6:30 Thursday night (4/7/2016) to talk about how the city's recent purchase of the square block on College Street between Church and Spring Streets could best be used. This is where First Methodist Church met.
Murfreesboro might have a new City Attorney, but it's still an ongoing process.
At the September 11th Murfreesboro City Council Meeting, city schools requested approval of an amendment that would result in more state funding, in part due to Murfreesboro's ongoing population boom...
Murfreesboro voters overwhelmingly voted yes on a referendum to move the Murfreesboro municipal elections to August instead of April. The vote was 85.7% to move the election to 14.2% to leave it in April.
Eddie Smotherman, declared candidate for the State Representative seat in the 37th District, has announced his opposition to Common Core. Smotherman currently serves as a Murfreesboro Council Member.
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