About 5,700 people and businesses were without power Wednesday morning in Murfreesboro.
Two Murfreesboro Electric Department crews who are in Cordele, Georgia are still there to help with Hurricane Michael recovery efforts. Amy Byers with Murfreesboro Electric stated...
As you have heard in past newscast, Murfreesboro Electric is busy changing out electric meters. As of next week, they will also be inspecting utility poles.
UPDATE ON THE NEW ELECTRIC METERS: New electric meters are being installed by Murfreesboro Electric. Spokesperson Amy Byers told WGNS NEWS...
Murfreesboro City Council votes to create a new role, the Utilities Director will be over both the Water Resources Department and Electric Department which will be streamlined into the City's organizational structure.
This weekend is the Tennessee Lineman Rodeo at the MTSU Miller Coliseum on Thompson Lane. Amy Byers with Murfreesboro Electric commented...
The theme of the annual Earth Day Event is "Extreme Weather." Amy Byers with Murfreesboro explains...
More and more calls and emails are being funneled into the Murfreesboro Electric Company due to high bills. However, it seems as most people are in disbelief that the past cold snap caused their bills to go up.
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.
The TVA and Murfreesboro Electric are working together in asking residents to voluntarily turn down their heaters if they are electric.
The Tennessee Valley Authority is asking local electric providers to make a plea to their customers to conserve energy as the temperature dips into the single digits at night.
Crews from Murfreesboro Electric have returned from Florida after helping with hurricane damaged electrical lines. The crews stayed a few extra days than expected and returned this past weekend.
Crews from Murfreesboro Electric went to Florida to help with the recent hurricanes this past week. Amy Byers, the spokesperson of Murfreesboro Electric said local crews were there to restore power so that residents could start rebuilding their lives...
Amy Byers, spokesperson of Murfreesboro Electric said if you get such a phone call, don't fall for it.
On Thursday (May 12, 2016), a special meeting will be held in the Murfreesboro City Hall City Council Chambers to discuss Middle Tennessee Electric purchasing Murfreesboro Electric.
While those temperatures are below freezing, Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corporation officials are reminding members there are precautions to keep their homes warm while minimizing the impact on their electric bills.
Murfreesboro Electric Department is offering two free, hands-on workshops to help customers lower their electric bill.
The Tennessee Valley Authority is raising its rates, but customers of Murfreesboro Electric Department will not feel the sting of higher power bills.
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, in partnership with the Tennessee Environmental Council (TEC), planted trees around an MTEMC property in Rutherford County in celebration of Earth Day.
"The Ice Storm that hit our service area on Monday, February 16th, was the first significant ice event MED has experienced since the Ice Storm of February 1994."
Electric cooperatives across southern Tennessee continue to assess damage to their systems following a significant icing event Sunday and Monday, Feb. 15 and 16. More than 48,000 members remain without power Tuesday..
Murfreesboro Electric Department is working hard to keep the power on to all of their customers. Spokesperson Amy Byers tells NewsRadio WGNS the scattered outages will continue until we get a thaw.
NewsRadio WGNS was not immune to Mother Nature's wrath. The ice storm disrupted the link between our South Church Street studios and the tower, which is in the wetlands area near the Discovery Center at Murfree Spring.
The Tennessee Valley Authority will raise electric rates by 1.5 percent in October, marking the second consecutive year of such a rate increase.
The Tennessee Valley Authority had an $81 million loss during the third quarter, much larger than the $12 million loss sustained by the power provider during the same period in 2013.
Middle Tennessee Electric will begin construction on a new headquarters office along Veterans Parkway
Commending Middle Tennessee Electric Membership for lessening potential impact on neighboring residents, the Murfreesboro Planning Commission nodded approval Wednesday for the utility’s 150-acre planned commercial development.
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.
Big changes for Murfreesboro Electric Customers... Amy Byers, the spokesperson for the electric department, tells us that you will be able to view more details about your account then ever before online.
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