Photos of homes throughout Rutherford County in the 1930's will be on display in the windows of Shacklett's Photography on the Murfreesboro Square. Gloria Christy stated...
Bonnaroo Works Fund (BWF), the charitable arm of the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival, is now accepting online applications for the 2018 grant cycle.
Thanks to the Outdoor Journalist Education Foundation of America, MTSU sophomore Angele Latham traveled to a regional conference earlier this year, gaining insight from veteran photographers while also becoming the first female photographer to be awarded the stipend that made the trip possible.
Looking Back: On a July day in 1935, Richard Claude Shacklett walked into Leo Ferrell's Photography shop and asked if there was anything he could do.
Not everyone lives to the beat of the same drum. Of course, that is what makes life interesting for me to sometimes view from the outside looking in.
A new bill signed into law by Governor Bill Haslam on Thursday will allow for a judge to place someone convicted for taking illegal and unwanted sexually explicit photos of a victim to be placed on the Sex Offender Registry.
She was a mixture of smiles and tears as she left the dentist today. Stacy has been working with Dr. Jess Sinquefield, DDS in Murfreesboro for several weeks now on a dream that many of us take for granted... our teeth.
Photographers Meg Griffiths and José Betancourt will discuss their work on exhibit at MTSU's Baldwin Photographic Gallery in a special public lecture set for 6 p.m. Monday, Nov. 16.
The victim said that he sent the money out of fear and does not know who the alleged daughter could be? Evidently, the victim paid the man between $100 and $150 weekly.
Timothy McCoy is bringing new pieces of history to MTSU's renowned Baldwin Photographic Gallery with a new exhibit of his work on egg white- and metal-treated papers, "The Mark of Time."
The Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum is proud to announce that Steam Locomotive 4501, the star of its fleet, will power rail passenger excursions as part of Norfolk Southern's 21st Century Steam program.
A number of years ago, a security guard working at a property in Middle Tennessee, killed another man. We promised the former security guard that we would not release his name, only this audio segment and a picture of him today, years after that life altering incident. WGNS is passing along this story to you, because it serves as a reminder that we never truly know what someone is going through, nor where they have been.
The Murfree Gallery will be open to the public during the regular County Office Building hours...
Both Foote, an established commercial photographer, and Peven, director of the photography program at the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville...
The Murfreesboro City Hall exhibit is free and open to the public Monday-Friday, August 12-September 25. The hours are 8 am-4:30 pm.
He photographs life, captures addiction, homelessness, pain, happiness and sorrow.
A new exhibit, “W. L. Clement: Reformer, Educator, Photographer,” opened recently at the Heritage Center of Murfreesboro and Rutherford County.
WGNS’ Scott Walker and Bob Parks Real Estate Agent Justin Holder are avid photographers who have taken on new photographic projects outside of their daily career.
The Murfreesboro City Hall Art Committee with the Murfreesboro Peace & Justice Art Project announces an exhibition celebrating diversity during Black History Month, showing photographs by Robert Gerhardt of New York City and paintings by Steve Matthews of Murfreesboro.
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