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STUDY: Older Adults Should Avoid Certain Driving Conditions if Lacking Confidence
STUDY: Older Adults Should Avoid Certain Driving Conditions if Lacking Confidence

Older adults with discomfort or low confidence while driving are adjusting their driving patterns to avoid driving at night, on the freeway, in afternoon rush hour traffic, or in unfamiliar areas, according to new research from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety.

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Senior Community Increasing in Rutherford County
Senior Community Increasing in Rutherford County

About 16% of the population in Rutherford County is over the age of 60. Within the next 10 years, that percentage could climb as high as 20%, depending on longevity trends and medical care.

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Smart Driving Program for Seniors
Smart Driving Program for Seniors

AARP and the Smyrna Senior Center are sponsoring a two day AARP Smart Driver Program...

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Senior Adult Care Givers Conference in Smyrna
Senior Adult Care Givers Conference in Smyrna

If you or someone you know is caring for, or will be caring for a spouse, a friend, a parent or other elderly person, you may find the following topics of interest...

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Photos from bingo night in Murfreesboro
Photos from bingo night in Murfreesboro

Murfreesboro Park & Rec. and the St. Clair Street​ Senior Center co-hosted a Potluck and Bingo night recently at the center located on St. Clair Street.

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Murfreesboro Based @Home Care and Brentwood Based Senior Solutions Home Care merge

Brentwood-based Senior Solutions Home Care has merged with Murfreesboro-based @Home Care, creating one of the largest non-medical home care providers in Tennessee...

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Senior Prank gone too far at Siegel High School
Senior Prank gone too far at Siegel High School

UPDATE: Officer J. Johnson wrote in a report, “The school had been toilet papered and ransacked.” The officer went on to report, “The teacher that was on scene advised that the students were allowed in the school, but they took the prank too far.”

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