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FREE Smoke Alarms Installed This Saturday!
FREE Smoke Alarms Installed This Saturday!

This Saturday the Rutherford County Fire Rescue (RCFR), the American Red Cross, and volunteers from Kittrell VFD, Lascassas VFD will canvass local neighborhoods to install free smoke alarms for residents.

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Overall Creek Elementary Hosting STEM Event
Overall Creek Elementary Hosting STEM Event

Overall Creek Elementary is serving as the Tennessee Rural STEM Collaborative host school. Friday's event will introduce cohort members to resource-based thinking and help facilitate solutions development for regional STEM education challenges in West, Middle, and East Tennessee.

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Holiday Decorating and Heating Safety Tips
Holiday Decorating and Heating Safety Tips

As we enter into the cold month of December, our minds shift to staying warm and holiday decorating. Murfreesboro Fire Rescue Department would like to offer some holiday decorating and heating safety tips to assist your family with having a safe and happy holiday season.

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MFRD Engineer Retires with 28+ Years of Service
MFRD Engineer Retires with 28+ Years of Service

Murfreesboro Fire Rescue Department Engineer Guy Matthews retired in November with over 28 years of service.

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Deadly Tanker Fire on I-24 in Smyrna
Deadly Tanker Fire on I-24 in Smyrna

A tanker hauling food grain caught fire on I-24 at mile maker 70, which is the Almaville Road exit. The driver of the big rig was killed in the crash.

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FUN Christmas Weekend Ahead!
FUN Christmas Weekend Ahead!

This is one of the busiest weekends of the Christmas season.

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Blue Raider Named TN Commissoner of Agriculture
Blue Raider Named TN Commissoner of Agriculture

Governor Elect Bill Lee has named MTSU alumnus Dr. Charles "Charlie" Hatcher to the governor's cabinet as commissioner of the Tennessee Department of Agriculture.

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CAC HOSTS 19TH ANNUAL HOLIDAY OPEN HOUSE
CAC HOSTS 19TH ANNUAL HOLIDAY OPEN HOUSE

"The Child Advocacy Center Holiday Open House is a wonderful Christmas tradition held each year on the first Friday in December," said director Sharon DeBoer. "We are grateful this Christmas season for all of our loyal supporters and this is our way of showing them how much they are appreciated."

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12th MTSU Stole Ceremony
12th MTSU Stole Ceremony

Jay Strobino was shot 13 times in one-on-one combat with an enemy soldier while serving in the U.S. Army in Iraq in 2006. The right side of his body -- leg, forearm, lung, chest and neck -- were riddled with bullets.

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3rd DUI Charge, Subject Allegedly Found with Syringe in Arm
3rd DUI Charge, Subject Allegedly Found with Syringe in Arm

Murfreesboro Police arrested a man on a third DUI charge after they received a call about the subject allegedly passed out in his vehicle at a stop sign...

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Funds Flow for Native Tennessee Trout Restoration
Funds Flow for Native Tennessee Trout Restoration

Protecting the native brook trout population is an upstream battle for Tennessee conservation groups.

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Prescribed Fires Planned at Stones River National Battlefield
Prescribed Fires Planned at Stones River National Battlefield

The staff at Stones River National Battlefield plans to burn about 310 acres of fields and forested areas on Thursday and Friday December 6-7, 2018.

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'Middle TN Staging' Helping Furries Find Homes For The Holidays
'Middle TN Staging' Helping Furries Find Homes For The Holidays

Pet Adoption & Welfare Services (PAWS) is partnering with local home staging company, Middle TN Staging, to find forever homes for shelter pets this holiday season.

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ROOM IN THE INN Opening On Mark Allen Ln.
ROOM IN THE INN Opening On Mark Allen Ln.

Reports indicate that the non-profit shelter "ROOM IN THE INN" is about to open and again offer shelter to area homeless individuals and families.

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Central Photos from Reeve-Sain Back at the School
Central Photos from Reeve-Sain Back at the School

Old class photos from the old Murfreesboro Central High School that were inside Reeves-Sain Drug Store are back at the school.

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COLD DAYS More Tolerable Thanks To Local Church
COLD DAYS More Tolerable Thanks To Local Church

A local church is helping to make cold days for tolerable to needy individuals, thanks to their WINTER COAT GIVEAWAY.

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Use Caution with Medical Oxygen
Use Caution with Medical Oxygen

Medical oxygen is a necessity for those suffering from respiratory illnesses, but, tragically, medical oxygen has been present in several home fires that resulted in the deaths of Tennesseans in 2018.

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Stones River Mall rebrands to Stones River Town Centre
Stones River Mall rebrands to Stones River Town Centre

Stones River Mall, now Stones River Town Centre hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony celebrating its re-branding. It was a festive event, held center court with food, drinks, fashion show, and door prizes.

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TBI Works with Murfreesboro Police to make Arrests after Drug Overdoses
TBI Works with Murfreesboro Police to make Arrests after Drug Overdoses

In November, law enforcement officers began investigating a series of overdoses that took place in Murfreesboro involving fentanyl-laced heroin.

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Crews Respond to Car Fire at Florence Market
Crews Respond to Car Fire at Florence Market

According to officials, the owner of the vehicle stated he pulled into the gas station and heard a pop. He quickly got out and realized it was on fire.

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REPORT CARD: Rutherford County Schools remains Level 5 district
REPORT CARD: Rutherford County Schools remains Level 5 district

Rutherford County Schools continues to rank among the best in Tennessee, based on the results of a redesigned annual report card released today by the Tennessee Department of Education.

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Tennessee Valley Healthcare System open for business Wednesday, 5 Dec.
Tennessee Valley Healthcare System open for business Wednesday, 5 Dec.

The Tennessee Valley Healthcare System (TVHS) will remain open December 5, 2018, the national day of mourning for former President George H. W. Bush.

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MTSU Professors talks scams and hoaxes
MTSU Professors talks scams and hoaxes

Internet scams and hoaxes are no fun for anyone to deal with in life. MTSU Professor Larry Burriss chimes in on the subject...

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Sobriety Checkpoint in Eagleville
Sobriety Checkpoint in Eagleville

An upcoming sobriety checkpoint will be in Eagleville. The Tennessee Highway Patrol stated...

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Local Captain Graduates from the 29th National Jail Leadership Command Academy
Local Captain Graduates from the 29th National Jail Leadership Command Academy

Capt. Chris Fly of the Rutherford County Adult Detention Center graduated from the 29th National Jail Leadership Command Academy.

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