On Thursday evening the Murfreesboro City Council approved a $235,870 contract with Neel Schaffer, Inc. That study is reportedly needed before Phase 2 of the federally funded grant can begin that would enhance the sidewalk and pedestrian safety along Mercury Boulevard.
Tennessee Democratic Party Chairwoman Mary Mancini has apologized for calling the state racist recently while promoting less conventional candidates.
MTSU is poised to become one of the premier institutions for furnishing personnel to a burgeoning industry that is critical to the Midstate economy and in need of skilled professionals.
As the weather gets nicer, the auto burglaries increase. Murfreesboro Police Lt. Clayton Williams mentions a few Park Smart ideas...
Changes in federal funding for public housing are driving redevelopment of public housing in Murfreesboro. Mayor Shane McFarland said that the costs are all federally covered and that the idea of renovating existing government housing is too costly...
The statewide unemployment rate in Tennessee dropped to a new historic low in February according to data released Thursday by the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development (TDLWD).
With the growing popularity of protein-packed diets, farmers across Tennessee say the demand for meat is on the rise, and that trend is expected to continue.
Rob Naylor, communications director for AARP Tennessee, points to a 2017 survey in which nearly nine in 10 adults said they would eat a healthy diet if they knew it could reduce their risk of cognitive decline, heart disease or diabetes.
The Tennessee State Fair Commission voted late last week that a search should begin for a new site that can accommodate the future growth and goals of the State Fair.
Law Changes from over one year ago you were never told about: "Homeowners can cancel alarm system contracts that are at least 2-years long if they give 30 days notice."
The Tennessee Highway Patrol (THP) is excited to offer youths who have an interest in pursuing a career in law enforcement the opportunity to attend THP's Youth and Junior Academy this summer!
Once on the scene police were met by a team of paramedics who were removing a man from his vehicle and placing him onto a stretcher.
From the WGNS Shoplifting Files this week, we head to Walmart on South Rutherford Boulevard.
On Wednesday evening Murfreesboro Fire Rescue Department rushed to the Kroger at 2050 Lascassas Pike around for a possible hazardous materials release.
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...
Willum Cubbert has often told his friends about the debt he owes to Rick Steadman, a fellow ex-GI whom he has never met but who saved his life after he was seriously wounded in Vietnam.
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.
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