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A giant sale in the back of a tractor trailer truck
A giant sale in the back of a tractor trailer truck

It is something that most grocery stores don't do... Well, no stores do it.

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MTSU Department of Art and Design Scholarship Sale
MTSU Department of Art and Design Scholarship Sale

MTSU's Department of Art and Design welcomes the return of its Art Scholarship Sale November 28 & 29 2017 (this Tuesday and Wednesday), from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

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Unique Truckload Grocery Sale - You walk inside the refrigerated trucks
Unique Truckload Grocery Sale - You walk inside the refrigerated trucks

It is a unique local tradition that a locally owned grocery store has done for years that includes two tractor trailer trucks...

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Avison Young Brokers 9.5-Acre Sale of Former Murfreesboro YMCA
Avison Young Brokers 9.5-Acre Sale of Former Murfreesboro YMCA

Avison Young has brokered the sale of the former YMCA of Murfreesboro property located at 205 North Thompson Lane in Murfreesboro to Anchor Commercial Development.

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Alleged Felon with Gun Arrested on Battleground Drive
Alleged Felon with Gun Arrested on Battleground Drive

A 20-year old Victory Gallop Lane man, who is a convicted felon, has been arrested after he was found with a handgun.

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United Grocery Outlet SALE - Thur., Fri. and Sat.
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Family: Locally owned grocery store has two trailers back to back for
Family: Locally owned grocery store has two trailers back to back for "REAL" truckload sale

While Murfreesboro may not exactly qualify as a small town anymore, it still has that small town feeling when you visit locally owned businesses. And you have to love the creativity at most family run operations.

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Linebaugh Library hosting fundraiser book, CD, DVD, record, video game SALE
Linebaugh Library hosting fundraiser book, CD, DVD, record, video game SALE

The Linebaugh Public Library in Murfreesboro is holding their big sale on Saturday. The fundraiser sale will include books from .50-cents to $2 each. They will also have $2 Nintendo, Play Station and Game Boy video games.

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