The cost of growth for a city is not cheap, as explained by Murfreesboro City Councilman Eddie Smotherman explains...
The downtown square and the area around the historic area is poised for development and mixed-use growth.
As students head back to schools in a few weeks, parents will notice construction at some and portables at others as Rutherford County Schools scrambles to keep up with population growth.
Rutherford County Schools has eclipsed Hamilton County Schools as the fourth largest school system in Tennessee.
A total of 64 road projects are on the drawing board for the City of Murfreesboro over the next 40 years.
Rutherford County is a leading area for growth in Tennessee. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, areas surrounding Nashville have the fastest growth rates in the state.
Just over 12-percent growth over the last two school years is leading Murfreesboro City Schools to add classroom space and consider a new school in the near future.
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