The 4th Annual Mid-Tennessee Pug Festival will be held on Saturday, March 14, 2020, from 10am to 3pm, at the Barfield Crescent Park located at 697 Veterans Parkway; admission is FREE!
Saturday was a rainy day, and the Woman's Club of Murfreesboro offered an indoor adventure at Murfreesboro Fire Rescue's station four on Medical Center Parkway. From toddlers to teens enjoyed the free cookies, story telling, safety seat inspection and firetrucks.
Middle Tennessee State University graduates are packing their carry-ons and preparing to head west to be recognized for their work at music's highest levels: the 62nd annual Grammy Awards, set Sunday, Jan. 26, 2020 in Los Angeles.
This was the third Saturday of the month and more than 200 supporters showed-up at the Kittrell Volunteer Fire Department for their legendary country ham breakfast.
Five deputies who worked overtime to prevent traffic fatalities and injuries in 2019 received Community Service Awards from Sheriff Mike Fitzhugh.
State Senator Shane Reeves (R-Murfreesboro) has been appointed Chairman of the Senate State and Local Government Committee's Oversight Subcommittee.
Rover, the City's public transportation service, is adding Saturday Rover routes as another enhancement to customer service. The new weekend service begins Feb. 1, 2020.
Smyrna Police Department is seeking applicants for its 2020 Citizens' Police Academy. The classes meet every Thursday, 6:00-9:00PM, from February 20 through April 30, 2020.
A wintry blast reminds us that it's still the season, and Assistant Traffic Director Ram Balachandran checks his computers to warm 'Boro motorists of potential travel problems to avoid today through January 25, 2020.
At 11:04 Friday night, 911 received a fire at 1540 PLACE apartments on New Lascassas Pike, First units on-the-scene reported heavy smoke and flames billowing from the attic of the three-story apartments. In freezing temperatures, about twenty residents were forced into the cold.
Some of the events put together by the Murfreesboro Muslim Youth organization included the "Love Your Neighbor" community meal, the "Murfreesboro Loves" campaign and the "Love Your Neighbor on the Square" event.
The alleged victim of rape is under the age of 13, which is a class A felony. If Menchu is convicted for the rape - the crime carries a minimum period of imprisonment of twenty-five (25) years.
On Wednesday, Feb. 12, Saint Paul's Episcopal Church in downtown Murfreesboro is sponsoring Take Root, a community wide luncheon to benefit The Journey Home's (TJH) Supportive Housing Program.
Entries will be accepted for a period of four weeks from Friday, January 17, 2020, to Valentine's Day, Friday, February 14, 2020. A winner will be selected by Monday, February 17, 2020.
The Women's Club of Murfreesboro is on the brink of their 104th Anniversary. History tells us the non-profit organization first opened on July 22nd in 1916.
The Tennessee Supreme Court is scheduling two more executions.
Three people are injured, including two students in the crash of a school bus and a car...
"This is a recital not to be missed," said Arunesh Nadgir, coordinator of keyboard studies at MTSU.
A handful of substance-abuse and mental-health treatment centers around the state will receive funding to hire regional housing facilitators tasked with helping people who are in recovery find safe and affordable housing.
The Tennessee Department of Transportation recently met with Murfreesboro Government Officials to iron out plans for Broad Street or Highway 41 to be a part of the I-24 Smart Corridor project.
In 2020, its third year, Focus on the Boro will be on display in the City Hall Rotunda from March 31 - May 27.
While the Smyrna assembly plant continues to provide jobs for local residents, sales were down for Nissan last year in the U.S. by 7.8 percent, according to Automotive News.
The Rutherford County Sheriff's Office that operates the county jail is part of the SAVIN system, which helps the community on a daily basis. SAVIN stands for Statewide Automated Victim Information and Notification.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Rutherford County has received a $5,000 grant for Ultimate Journey program from The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee, which is designed to cultivate environmental stewardship to help Club members appreciate and care for the place they live.
The Tennessee Department of Health is confirming four deaths from the flu this season.
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