Firefighter Christopher Elsen was lowered to a platform at around the 150-foot mark to provide a safety check...
Murfreesboro Fire Rescue Department (MFRD) is warning residents to avoid any recreational activity on the Stones River, streams, and flood control channels because of the high water and dangerous current.
Some of the help from our area came in the form of water bottles, clothing, financial aid and even help from first responders and the electric department.
The Animal Rescue Corps (ARC) responded to a request from authorities in Henderson County, TN to assist with 54 cats and dogs living in deplorable conditions in and around a single-family residence.
A new shelter for the homeless in Rutherford County is on the drawing board.
Around 10:00 o'clock Wednesday (9/12/2018) morning, Murfreesboro Fire Rescue Department, along with Rutherford County Fire and Rescue Department, and members of the Wilson County EMS will deploy from Murfreesboro to assist with Hurricane Florence efforts in South Carolina.
Murfreesboro Fire Rescue Department's Richard Crick was recently promoted to Captain.
With the grant money, it expands the possibility of opening another location to better serve the growing population...
Caleb Walls' first day on the job as a Fire Trainee was August 6, exactly 28 years after his dad, Captain Clay Walls, started his firefighting career at Murfreesboro Fire Rescue Department.
The annual Rescue Run will be held at Gateway Island behind Murfreesboro Medical Clinic this Saturday night (November 19th).
The Tennessee Emergency Management Agency (TEMA), Tennessee's Fire Marshal's Office, several local rescue groups and another 11 other state and local agencies are providing swift water rescue personnel and equipment to South Carolina.
Thursday, dogs rescued in two different cruelty cases in Tennessee last week will begin to leave the Animal Rescue Corps (ARC) temporary shelter in Lebanon where they have been receiving care for the last week...
Animal Rescue Corps (ARC) assisted the Coffee County Sheriff's Office in the rescue of approximately 90 adult dogs and puppies and seven cats found living in extremely neglectful conditions at a home in Manchester, TN, about 20-minutes away from Murfreesboro, TN.
Register now for the Last Call 4 Grace "Rescue Run" 5K and also the one mile Fun Run below:
Although MFRD will be providing a higher level of care, Rutherford County EMS will continue to provide patient transport.
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