The parking garage near the site of the under construction Judicial building is open.
The brand new Rutherford County Judicial Building will soon be where regular court cases are held.
Plans for the soon to be built Rutherford County Judicial Building and nearby parking garage are coming along.
The latest plans call for construction of the much discussed Judicial Building, which will be built across the street from the Health Department. Businesses along Maple Street will soon have to move as their structures will be torn down.
Businesses like MOAB will have until the end of the year to move before construction starts in September of 2016.
There's a sign of movement in construction is projected to begin in about a year on a 73-million dollar judicial complex. Murfreesboro Post contributor Sam Stockard reports the county is planning to hire a construction manager later this month.
The Rutherford County Judicial Building was shut down Tuesday afternoon and one person went to the hospital after a suspicious envelope was delivered to the third floor.
Murfreesboro Fire & Rescue, Rutherford County Sheriff's Office, Rutherford County Emergency Management Agency, and Rutherford County EMS are working an incident at the Judicial Building located at 20 North Public Square.
The future judicial center will be built across the street from the County Clerk’s Office in Murfreesboro where MOAB and several other businesses are located…
Three businesses are now left in the small strip mall next to the Rutherford County Clerk’s Office on North Maple Street in Murfreesboro.
After a Monday morning bomb-threat, the Judicial Building has been re-opened after a two-hour search.
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