A new program within MTSU's Jennings A. Jones College of Business is filling an increasing need for sales professionals in the Midstate economy with the support of partnerships and a team of industry advisors.
Students from across Murfreesboro City Schools will compete against one another in a quiz-bowl-style tournament to test their knowledge of books.
The pedestrian hit and killed by a vehicle Tuesday night, March 19, in the 2400 Block of S. Church Street (Hwy 231) has been identified as Julio A. Martinez, 58, of Orlando, FL.
The Homer Pittard Campus School in Murfreesboro will be hosting an open house, which will celebrate 90 years. One of the patrons told WGNS...
About 50 percent of MTSU's student population receives Pell aid; about 30 percent of UT-Knoxville's population receives Pell aid.
The Tennessee Department of Agriculture is accepting applications for the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Specialty Crop Block Grant Program (SCBGP).
An unidentified body of a man has been located in East Tennessee. The TBI wants to know if you can identify the subjects belt, belt buckle or shirt pictured.
A Normandy woman allegedly attempted to obtain drugs prescribed to a now-deceased woman on Thursday of last week at a Shelbyville pharmacy.
Tennessee Telecommunications Association member companies are encouraged to see that Gov. Bill Lee's proposed state budget increases the Broadband Accessibility Grant Program by $5 million to a total of $20 million for the next round.
For the first time in school history, two students from Siegel High School's Model UN team competed at the National High School Model United Nations Conference (NHSMUN) in New York City earlier this month.
The Murfreesboro Rotary Club heard how the Nourish Food Bank is making positive changes across Rutherford County.
Nineteen teachers from Murfreesboro City Schools (MCS) received their Tennessee Employment Standard for Gifted Teaching on Saturday, March 16, 2019.
Justin White experienced the surprise of his 10 year life when he was reunited on Tuesday with his best friend, Goblin, his German shepherd.
Although "RBG" was a box-office winner and an Academy Award-nominated documentary, its funding and production took years to achieve, according to the keynote speaker for MTSU National Women's History Month activities.
Four students from the English class of Central Magnet School (CMS) teacher, Cynthia Head, will be selling and signing copies of their work at Linebaugh Public Library on Thursday, April 4th, from 3:30 - 6:00PM.
The political scene has changed dramatically from the days of Dwight Eisenhower and John F. Kennedy. When did media and the public get on a first-name basis with political leaders?
It's National Nutrition Month, and two pieces of proposed anti-bullying legislation have lawmakers engaged in a public war of words.
On Tuesday, March 19th, the Tennessee Highway Safety Office (THSO) announced a significant increase in the state's overall seat belt usage rate, compared to previous years.
The location of that checkpoint is on Main Street in downtown Eagleville. The checkpoint will be after nightfall on April 12th.
Adulting 101... This Saturday at the Linebaugh Library a special class for teens and those about to be teenagers will be able to learn about life and growing up. Youth Services Specialist Laura Loggins stated...
The Rutherford County Library Minute (14 Min and 30 Sec):
As the floodwaters from unprecedented rains in February recede across the Volunteer State, the Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance (TDCI) is providing insurance and consumer tips to aid consumers who are rebuilding and recovering from the flooding.
EDITORIAL: This legislation, which we call the Testing Transparency Act, is common sense and is supported by both the Professional Educators of Tennessee and the Tennessee School Boards Association.
Siegel High School recently honored 139 students who earned the "ACT WorkKeys National Career Readiness Certificate" (ACT WorkKeys NCRC®), an assessment which measures and certifies the essential work skills needed for success in jobs across industries and occupations.
Controlled choice schools have a limited number of openings. Applications will be accepted from April 1st through April 26th.
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