MTSU's Kappa Delta sorority held it's 13th annual Kappa Delta Wing Fling on the Murphy Center lawn Saturday.
A full house came to the City Council meeting Thursday night to address issues with the development of Maddington Park by Alcorn Properties near Oakton and Blackman Meadows in Murfreesboro.
Assistant City Manager Jim Crumley spoke with Murfreesboro City Council Thursday night about hiring Cumberland Securities to provide Financial Advisory Services on City debt issues.
Here are some photos from today's snow showers provided by NewsRadio WGNS Reporter Jackson Jones!
A full house showed up for the Rutherford County Commission meeting opposing a resolution that encourages state lawmakers to nullify any U.S. Supreme Court decision not supported by state law.
Murfreesboro City Council met for a special meeting discussing options for building a park on the west side of the city. County Mayor Burgess' 522-acre farm is among the 19 parcels being considered.
The Murfreesboro city manager is proposing to city council acquisition of the historic First United Methodist Church property from Franklin Synergy Bank.
Let's get physical. The city council approved a contract moving forward working with Healthway Prime and Healthways SilverSneakers Fitness Programs to provide more fitness opportunities for the public.
Bringing signs to a sign ordinance. Murfreesboro city council met Thursday night to discuss the proposed city sign ordinance, which brought many sign holding residents who are against it. The signs say, "Murfreesboro Proposers when Local Business Proposers."
Many residents are having growing fears about possible residential development along Manson Pike in Murfreesboro.
At 7:30 pm Thursday night, Susan McGannon sat in the Murfreesboro City Attorney chair one final time.
The Linebaugh Library in Murfreesboro asked the City for funding towards the construction of the Community Technology Center at Hobgood Elementary School.
"It's rewriting history," says Vice Mayor Doug Young. The City Council met with Angela Jackson, assistant director of the Murfreesboro Parks & Recreation Department, to discuss endorsing the transfer of Black Cat Cave off Memorial Blvd. to Middle Tennessee State University.
Murfreesboro might have a new City Attorney, but it's still an ongoing process.
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