At 9:00AM Thursday morning (July 4th), the Colonel Hardy Murfree Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, will read the Declaration of Independence in front of the Rutherford County Courthouse...
What's happening at the different branches of our Rutherford County Library System? During this Christmas and New Year season, the agenda is filled with fun.
The 2018 One Book of Rutherford County selection will transport readers back to the future, the selection committee announced.
Story time, even for the youngest of children, can add up to more than just great snuggle time.
On May 10th the Dollar General Literacy Foundation presented Read To Succeed a $15,000 grant for Adult Literacy programs and a $15,000 grant for Family Literacy.
As a recipient of two Tennessee Read to be Ready Summer Grants, Murfreesboro City Schools (MCS) will provide free educational camps focusing on rising third graders who need a little extra help in reading during the summer months.
Fifteen 6th graders from Murfreesboro City and Rutherford County Schools gathered to compete for the title of 2017 Read To Bee Champion.
On Thursday: Lisa Mitchell, executive director of Read To Succeed said that a single 7th grader will be competing against the adult spellers at the spelling bee...
The annual Read To Succeed Reading In The Schools Day was another great success.
A one-of-a-kind book festival will connect area teens and the general public to authors of young adult literature with its launch in Murfreesboro Friday and Saturday.
Gov. Haslam has proposed a $9 million investment to the General Assembly to create a network of literacy coaches and regional coordinators supporting literacy efforts all across the state.
On Friday, September 18th, Read To Succeed celebrated their 12th annual "Reading in the Schools Day" throughout Rutherford County.
The Rutherford County One Book Committee is busy reading books to select a title for the 2016 program.
Approximately 90 people attended the Read To Succeed Appreciation Luncheon that was held at Kingwood church of Christ on Thursday, April 30, 2015. Read To Succeed's highest recognition, the Karen Claud Literacy...
The annual Read To Succeed "Read To Bee Spelling Bee" welcomed 18 spellers to the stage at Patterson Park on Saturday morning, April 18th to compete for the title of 2015 Read To Bee Champion.
The MTSU College of Behavioral and Health Sciences (CBHS) received a grant from The Baptist Healing Trust, which awarded funds totaling over $1.07 Million in its most recent grant cycle.
MTSU is hosting an annual conference Saturday, Aug. 16, to help area educators improve the reading skills of their students.
Ron Yoshimoto, the statewide special education literacy resource teacher trainer for Hawaii, conducted a 40-hour training program at MTSU to train teachers how to help youngsters having problems with reading.
Read To Succeed "Literacy Day" will be held on Saturday, August 2nd this year in Murfreesboro.
A new report finds that despite progress made over the last decade, only about one-in-three students in the state are proficient at reading when he or she reaches the fourth grade.
Was one of your new year’s resolutions to make a difference in someone’s life?
Read To Succeed is in need of volunteers to not only teach adults how to read, but also help out in the community. Debbie Mankin with Read To Succeed stated...
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