Emergency crews have been working to clean up thousands of gallons of motor oil, antifreeze and soapy water that was allgedly dumped near Lytle Creek by a disgruntled employee.
A case involving the murder of a homeless man in Murfreesboro which ended with the conviction of Charles Lee Warner, has been appealed.
The Murfreesboro Rotary Club has donated $2,000 to purchase approximately 150 trees and shrubs that will be planted along Lytle Creek, in an area near Jennings and Ayers Funeral Home.
The body of a deceased man that was found in the area of Dodge's Store on November 27th has been positively identified.
Town Creek in Murfreesboro that travels underground via a concrete culvert will soon be unearthed and a walkway along the creek will be constructed.
The City of Murfreesboro will conduct a neighborhood public meeting in the library at Cason Lane Academy, Tuesday, April 28, 2015, from 6 p.m. - 7:30 p.m., to provide an opportunity for public comment on the proposed Spence Creek Watershed Study.
The State Medical Examiner’s Office performed a post mortem examination which determined the manner of death to be Homicide.
A medical examiner has determined the death to be a homicide. At this point, no suspects have been named in the murder.
A dead body was found around noon on Monday in Murfreesboro on West Main Street near the CSX railroad tracks. Sgt. Kyle Evans with the Murfreesboro Police Department stated…
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