The 2020 Earth Day Celebration on the historic Murfreesboro square has been cancelled as a result of COVID-19. The popular event was set for Saturday, April 25, 2020 from 10:00AM-2:00PM.
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With the recent merger being approved between Murfreesboro Electric and Middle Tennessee Electric, more choices in internet providers for Rutherford County residents is expected...
The Middle Tennessee Electric Board of Directors unanimously approved an agreement Friday to merge the Murfreesboro Electric Department into the Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corporation (MTE). This action followed Thursday night's vote by the Murfreesboro City Council to approve the merger.
(MURFREESBORO) The Murfreesboro City Council will vote Thursday night whether to merge or not to merge Murfreesboro Electric and Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Cooperative. The heads of both utilities will be on WGNS 8:10-9:00AM this Wednesday morning.
After almost two and a half hours of detailed information, the vote on whether to merge Murfreesboro Electric Department with Middle Tennessee Electric Department was deferred until January 9, 2020.
There will be a special public meeting about the potential merger of Murfreesboro Electric and Middle Tennessee Electric just before the Murfreesboro City Council votes on the issue Thursday night (12/19/2019).
There will be a Public Information Open House from 5:00 to 7:00PM Wednesday evening (12/11/2019) to review information, ask questions and provide feedback about the proposed merger of Murfreesboro Electric Department with Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corporation. This will be in the Murfreesboro City Hall Rotunda.
At 5:45PM this coming Thursday afternoon, the Murfreesboro City Council and the Murfreesboro Power Board will conduct a joint meeting to discuss legal funding matters regarding the potential sale of Murfreesboro Electric to Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corp.
Middle Tennessee Electric left this (Wednesday) morning, headed toward Hurricane Michael.
Better internet service looks to be making its way to rural areas of Middle Tennessee, thanks to a new partnership that Middle Tennessee Electric, based in Murfreesboro, has recently formed.
If you're looking for an interesting and unique weekend adventure here in Murfreesboro, head over to the Tennessee Miller Coliseum on West Thompson Lane. Middle Tennessee Electric is sponsoring this event and there are no fees for parking or admission.
Brace yourself when you open your electric bill. Middle Tennessee Electric is telling members to know their bills will be higher due to the cold weather.
On Wednesday (1/17/18), there was an all-time usage record of 706 gigawatt-hours of electricity, which is enough to power Las Vegas for over 88 days.
Two MTEMC linemen from the Murfreesboro team were a part of the 20th Annual Tennessee Valley Lineman Rodeo in Huntsville, Alabama on June 9th and 10th.
Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corporation is preparing to send 15 high school juniors to Washington, DC. This coming year's essay topic is "Electric Cooperatives - Going Beyond the Wires".
Three Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corporation crews are in Florida to help in the recovery from Hurricane Matthew.
A squirrel was to blame for a power outage in Rutherford County.
Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corporation asking for member feedback as they look into delivering more programs or services. One of the services they are studying is broadband Internet services.
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.
Jim Baker led Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Cooperation for 23 years before his retirement in 2003. Baker passed away Monday at the age of 77.
Middle Tennessee Electric plans to install solar panels on the site of their soon to be built campus located on Veterans Parkway in Murfreesboro. President of Middle Tennessee Electric Chris Jones told WGNS...
Over the past 13 years, customers of Middle Tennessee Electric helped to give about eight million dollars to 550 organizations across Middle Tennessee Electric's four-county service area.
"Last year, we were able to visit 26 schools over a two-week period," MTEMC Community Relations Coordinator Cathy Mitchell said.
Leadership Rutherford has named Chris Jones, president of Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corporation, as the 2015 recipient of the Pinnacle Award...
The Murfreesboro City Council and the Power Board will conduct a Special Joint Public Meeting, Thursday at 5:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers at City Hall.
As heard previously on WGNS, talks of Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corporation buying Murfreesboro Electric continue. Amy Byers with Murfreesboro Electric told WGNS...
Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corporation (MTEMC) President Chris Jones announced the utility has asked the City of Murfreesboro to enter talks to investigate a potential sale and consolidation of Murfreesboro Electric Department (MED) into the cooperative.
Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corporation's Customers Care has donated $10,000 of its Operation Round Up funds to Mid-Cumberland Meals-on-Wheels.
Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corporation's Customers Care has donated $2,500 of its Operation Round Up funds to the Murfreesboro Noon Exchange Healing Field.
Middle Tennessee Electric's Customers Care has donated $10,000 of its Operation Round Up funds to Jay Banks Productions' anti-bullying program for area schools.
Two different reports of downed power lines later Monday evening affected over 1,040 Cannon County residents. Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corporation...
Middle Tennessee Electric's Customers Care has donated $5,174.69 of its Operation Round Up funds to Smyrna Senior Citizens.
Middle Tennessee Electric will begin construction on a new headquarters office along Veterans Parkway
Over 17-thousand Smyrna homes and businesses were without power on Monday for a short time. The Middle Tennessee Electric outage map showed this just after 9am.
Middle Tennessee Electric appeared before the Murfreesboro Planning Commission on Wednesday night (5/21/14). The electric provider outlined a preliminary proposal for plans to build a new corporate campus.
With severe winter weather here in Rutherford County, tree limbs could come down on power lines. If you are in the Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corporation area, you can check their outage map.
More than 140 high school juniors from across Tennessee experienced an in-depth look at our nation’s capital during the 2013 Electric Cooperative’s Washington Youth Tour.
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