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UPDATE: Car Slams Into Murfreesboro Business - Audio Update and Details from Business Owner
UPDATE: Car Slams Into Murfreesboro Business - Audio Update and Details from Business Owner

An 81-year-old driver who ran her car into Cain Aesthetics. As for the progress on making repairs and re-opening...

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Reopening and Guidelines for Businesses in Murfreesboro, TN
Reopening and Guidelines for Businesses in Murfreesboro, TN

As businesses in both the retail and the restaurant industry re-open in Murfreesboro, not everyone will follow the recommended guidelines set by the state or the CDC. Murfreesboro Mayor Shane McFarland told WGNS NEWS...

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Business Change: Workers Furloughed as Companies Try to Re-Open
Business Change: Workers Furloughed as Companies Try to Re-Open

As businesses re-open, it is important to remember to use caution, as stated by Rutherford County Mayor Bill Ketron...

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Who can Re-Open and Who Cannot in Murfreesboro?
Who can Re-Open and Who Cannot in Murfreesboro?

Murfreesboro Mayor Shane McFarland addressed citizens on Tuesday and spoke about the reopening of the city.

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Local Guitar Maker focuses on Moving Forward with a Different Point of View
Local Guitar Maker focuses on Moving Forward with a Different Point of View

Local companies in Rutherford County like Gallagher Guitar Co. on N. Walnut Street in Murfreesboro, continue to move forward in these tough times. While their storefront is closed to walk-in business, they are focusing on alternative plans that include craftsmen building handmade guitars in their private shops.

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Essential businesses remain open to make our lives easier, but operate with caution
Essential businesses remain open to make our lives easier, but operate with caution

As the stay at home measures continue in Rutherford County and throughout the state, grocery and hardware stores remain open as they are considered essential to our day to day lives. They provide not only food, but the tools and equipment to keep our homes and cars in working order.

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Help for Businesses impacted by COVID-19 is Available Now
Help for Businesses impacted by COVID-19 is Available Now

Tennessee Governor Bill Lee announced that Tennessee small businesses impacted by the COVID-19 crisis are eligible to apply for loan assistance through the U.S. Small Business Administration's new Paycheck Protection Program (PPP).

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Massive downturn in business for Rutherford County and the United States
Massive downturn in business for Rutherford County and the United States

The changes are having a huge negative impact on local businesses all around the state and country. One local business owner is asking for citizens to contact their congressman.

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Local shopping area remains open, but some individual stores closing
Local shopping area remains open, but some individual stores closing

The Avenue in Murfreesboro remains open, but some stores are altering hours or temporarily closing altogether.

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BUSINESS: Award Winning Dermatology Group Opening New Location in Thompson Station
BUSINESS: Award Winning Dermatology Group Opening New Location in Thompson Station

They currently have two offices in Murfreesboro, one in Smyrna and now in Thompson Station, TN.

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BUSINESS: 1 year Anniversary/Ribbon Cutting for the UPS Store in Murfreesboro

Starting March 20th through April 1st, The UPS Store®, located at 2018 Medical Center Parkway, Suite B in Murfreesboro, will be celebrating its first-year anniversary.

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Trade report: Tennessee exporters lose $1.6B for 2019 after 'another poor quarter' in Q4
Trade report: Tennessee exporters lose $1.6B for 2019 after 'another poor quarter' in Q4

The fourth quarter of 2019 saw the state's exports drop by $500 million from the same period in 2018, mirroring losses for the third quarter. Tennessee exports suffered a $1.6 billion loss over the entire the year.

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BUSINESS: Murfreesboro Company Continues Growth Throughout State and Country
BUSINESS: Murfreesboro Company Continues Growth Throughout State and Country

TDK is a privately-held development and construction company with headquarters in Murfreesboro, Tenn. Founded in Kentucky in 1959 by Dorris Keach, TDK is a three-generation company that builds and develops projects throughout the Southeast and Southwest. Having completed more than 10,000 units valued at more than $1.2 billion, TDK properties are setting a new standard in the multi-family housing industry.

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Business at its BEST Awards Event by the Rutherford County Chamber of Commerce
Business at its BEST Awards Event by the Rutherford County Chamber of Commerce

UPDATED with MORE SOUNDBYTES: State Senator Shane Reeves from Murfreesboro received the 2019 "Pinnacle Award." Deb Thompson with State Farm was named the "2019 Business Person" of the year. The "Business Legend" award for 2019 went to long time banker Lee Moss.

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ICEE company will invest $10.3 million, create approximately 200 jobs
ICEE company will invest $10.3 million, create approximately 200 jobs

The ICEE Company will establish its headquarters in La Vergne and create approximately 200 jobs in Rutherford County over the next five years.

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MTSU REPORT: Optimism remains amid concerns about future economic pace
MTSU REPORT: Optimism remains amid concerns about future economic pace

"Even though the decline in the Tennessee Business Barometer appears significant, it is not a cause for alarm," said Tim Graeff, MTSU marketing professor and coordinator of the index through the Office of Consumer Research in MTSU's Jones College of Business.

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Tennessee Business Barometer: Optimism grows, but still hiring concerns
Tennessee Business Barometer: Optimism grows, but still hiring concerns

The Tennessee Business Barometer Index has bested its record high just set the previous quarter, according to the latest online survey of business leaders by MTSU's Jones College of Business.

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Tennessee Business Barometer: Less optimism about future economy
Tennessee Business Barometer: Less optimism about future economy

While two-thirds of survey respondents rated the current economy in Tennessee as "good," expectations for the future "dropped noticeably," said Dr. Tim Graeff, professor of marketing in MTSU's Jones College of Business...

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MTSU and the TN Chamber of Commerce Launch the Tennessee Business Barometer
MTSU and the TN Chamber of Commerce Launch the Tennessee Business Barometer

Middle Tennessee State University and the Tennessee Chamber of Commerce & Industry have partnered to launch the Tennessee Business Barometer, a new quarterly index capturing the mood and outlook of business leaders statewide through online surveys.

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MTSU student entrepreneurs win cash for best business ideas
MTSU student entrepreneurs win cash for best business ideas
Three MTSU students earned cash for their business concepts after pitching them during the university’s first Student Business Idea Competition.
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