Rain and public safety concerns prompted the cancellation of Saturday's JazzFest festivities on Murfreesboro's downtown square.
As always, JazzFest is the first weekend in May, with high school jazz bands performing on Friday evening, May 3, and the pros taking over on Saturday, May 4.
The beautiful sunny Saturday on the historic Murfreesboro square was the perfect setting for the 18th Annual Earth Day. This year's theme was "S.O.S.--SAVE OUR SPECIES: PROTECT, DON'T NEGLECT TN WILDLIFE".
We're two-weeks away from a little walking! The Hometown Heroes Walk for Children will be held on Friday, April 26, 2019 at the Murfreesboro Civic Plaza, downtown on the square.
Crime Stoppers of Rutherford County offers a reward for information leading to the arrest of the person who vandalized the Johnny Rebel Confederate monument Tuesday on the downtown square.
The historic downtown Murfreesboro business district lost one of its leaders and supporters Thursday morning, Marion Bean passed away at his home.
The annual Veterans Day Tribute was held inside the Rutherford County Courthouse due to the rain outside. We have a podcast of the event.
Saturday was a sunny and 60-degree day for the 11th Annual Cookin' To Build around the historic Rutherford County Courthouse. The popular food event raises money for Rutherford County Area Habitat for Humanity to help build safe, energy-efficient and affordable homes for low-income families across Rutherford County.
(Murfreesboro) Mainstreet Murfreesboro and the Downtown Murfreesboro Business Association entertained thousands with Friday Night Live, an evening of free music and family fun on the historic square. This event happens on the first Friday of each month during the summer months.
As always, JazzFest is the first weekend in May, with high school jazz bands performing on Friday evening, May 4, and the pros taking over on Saturday, May 5. It all happens on Murfreesboro's beautiful downtown square.
With temperatures around 50, Santa arrived at the Historic Rutherford County Courthouse Friday night.
The lighting of the Murfreesboro Christmas Tree in front of the historic Rutherford County Courthouse will take place this Friday evening at 6.
The historic Murfreesboro square was closed to vehicle traffic Friday afternoon, but police allowed residents to visit downtown restaurants and walk around that evening.
Some businesses that are located in historic buildings on the Murfreesboro square are boarding up to protect those structures from possible vandalism. Some are even hiring armed security.
Local businesses like Shacklett's Photography on the historic Rutherford County square are concerned about negative outcomes on Saturday as a rally draws near.
Mr. Ulrich Ankersoe owns the building where Maple Street Grill and later The Gavel once called home. Ankerson, who lives outside of the Rutherford County area, made the trip to his building to prepare for the Saturday rally in fear that the front windows would be broken.
The Main Street "Saturday" Market continues each Saturday until the last Saturday of this month, October 28, 2017.
The second annual Boro Pride celebration of the LGBT community took place on the historic Rutherford County Square Saturday evening in Murfreesboro.
County Mayor Ernest Burgess told WGNS that a contractor is studying the buildings and departments to help decide what departments should move and what buildings need to be refurbished or possibly torn down...
Talks have already taken place that involved the idea of tearing down the Goldsteins building that currently houses the county codes department, engineering, planning and the county election offices.
Members of the local Democratic Party have announced that they will be at the Rutherford County courthouse 11:30 this coming Friday morning to discuss the Republican's health care bill.
The development of the area known as "The Bottoms" in Murfreesboro is still in the planning stages.
A Murfreesboro man caught driving the wrong way around the historic square several days ago was arrested and charged with his third DUI.
It's beginning to look alot like Christmas, especially after Main Street's outstanding tree lighting on the historic Murfreesboro square Friday night.
Around 2:00 on Wednesday afternoon, a man in a motorized wheelchair was struck by an oncoming car in Murfreesboro.
Friday is Veterans Day and on the 11th hour of the 11th month, and 11th day--the Murfreesboro public square will pause and honor those who are and have served our great country, as well as those who made the supreme sacrifice.
Trick or Treating on the Murfreesboro Square will take place on Monday, October 31st this Halloween (3pm to 6pm).
The November 4th Shop and Stroll on the Square in Downtown Murfreesboro follows the recent highly successful Wine Around the Square event endorsed by Saint Thomas Rutherford Foundation.
Numerous people showed up on the Murfreesboro square Thursday night for the second annual Community Rhythm Event.
51 Year old Kimberly Custer was struck by a motorist on the Murfreesboro square Saturday night.
Big news for the downtown Murfreesboro area... The old First Methodist Church block will eventually be developed into condominiums, retail and office space.
A damaged monument and stolen flags were the summary of the police report filed in Murfreesboro on the local square.
A public meeting was held at the Murfreesboro City Council to determine the regulations for the Murfreesboro Sign Ordinance.
The Rutherford County Square is unique, according to Murfreesboro Mayor Shane McFarland. He told WGNS that ordinances may need to be examined so that growth and prosperity can occur...
Soon the lights will be sparkling from atop the historic, antebellum Rutherford County Courthouse, festive music will fill the air and the buildings will be cheerfully...
A day of hope to help homeless women and children, around the Murfreesboro square on Saturday, April 12th.
WGNS had a chance to speak with Phillips and asked him, “What would you tell someone thinking about opening a business on the local square today?”
Phase III of the Street Tree Replacement Project to replace street trees in the downtown historic business district will begin late February or early March, weather permitting.
New maps have been created that show measured walking routes connecting popular destinations within the downtown area.
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