Smyrna Police Officer James Hicks received a 10-day unpaid suspension and demoted after an investigation into him racially profiling a teenager. Additional training is now required for the officer.
Members of the Rutherford County Legislative Delegation announced that they will memorialize fallen Blue Angels Captain Jeff Kuss with a proclamation and bridge dedication on Saturday, November 11, 2017.
TriStar StoneCrest Medical Center, the Town of Smyrna, and the Smyrna Parks and Recreation Center are hosting the first Smyrna Kid's Safety Day. This free family-friendly community event will be held on Saturday, May 20.
The Town of Smyrna will soon announce a permanent honor for fallen Blue Angels Pilot, Captain Jeff Kuss.
The town of Smyrna and TriStar StoneCrest Medical Center joined the ANA in celebrating a Culture of Safety, as apart of National Nurses Week, which is held May 6-12, every year.
The TSSAA suspended a football referee involved in a collision with a Glencliff player because of discrepancies in his background information dealing with a statutory rape charge in 2006.
City official says during the last official census in 2010, the population was set at 39,974. However, based on new housing permits and utility hookups since that time, they believe that they have many more residents.
"After making contact with the driver, Ricky A. Bigsby, the officer determined Bigsby did not have a license and prepared to place Bigsby in custody. Bigsby jerked away from the officer, re-entered his vehicle and sped away on Lee Victory Pkwy, toward I-24..."
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