A new shelter for the homeless in Rutherford County is on the drawing board.
As the temperatures continue to drop at night, the Coldest Nights shelter for those without heat or a place to rest their head at night is once again planning to be open. The shelter locations are in downtown Murfreesboro.
With temperatures not above the freezing mark until Wednesday, the Coldest Nights Emergency Shelter will be open.
For over twenty years the Salvation Army's Center of Hope in Murfreesboro has provided thousands of nights of sheltering to single men and families to help some of the most vulnerable citizens in our community.
The Coldest Nights shelter for men at First Baptist Church in Murfreesboro will be open Friday and Saturday nights. The shelter opens when temperatures overnight fall below 30-degrees. The shelter is operated by volunteers in the community.
The Coldest Nights shelter for men at First Baptist Church will be open Thursday night as temperatures are expected to hit below 30 degrees.
The Coldest Nights Emergency Shelter will again be open Thursday evening as the temps dip down below 30.
Local resident and volunteer Ed Grimes confirmed that the Coldest Nights Emergency Shelter will once again be open over the next several evenings in Murfreesboro.
Doors at First Baptist Church, home of the Coldest Nights Emergency Shelter will open at 7:00 p.m. and close at 9:30 p.m.
Scott Foster with the Journey Home told WGNS that the Coldest Nights Emergency Shelter Season has started, with temperatures forecasted to dip into the 20's over the...
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