Titans draft MTSU safety Byard in third round

MTSU safety Kevin Byard will be staying in Tennessee to continue his football career.

Gammon to run for sheriff in 2018

"I'm not going to let somebody destroy the department that myself and so many people put together," said Gammon, who will run as a Republican in two years.

Arnold reaps benefits from JailCigs

Despite a federal and state investigation into a no-bid contract for e-cigarettes at the county jail and in contradiction of 2015 statements, Sheriff Robert Arnold reports he is getting paid by JailCigs, a company linked to h...

Kent Coleman, 'a great legislator,' remembered

Kent Coleman, a former Democratic state legislator and longtime Murfreesboro attorney, has died at the age of 61.

'Forrest Hall' no more?

After months of public debate marked by student protests, MTSU President Sidney McPhee is recommending the university drop the name of embattled Confederate Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest from the Army ROTC building.


City, county call for solid waste consultant
City, county call for solid waste consultant

Rutherford County and Murfreesboro are preparing to hire a solid waste consultant - at a projected cost of $300,000 - to help guide long-term local government decisions for handling garbage.

Standoff on Robert Rose Drive
Leachate leak pollutes local field
Heavy is the hand that holds the gavel
Veterans Parkway sites eyed for west park

Siegel baseball earns No. 1 seed in district tourney
Siegel baseball earns No. 1 seed in district tourney
Siegel's Zac Pearson throws a pitch to home plate against Smyrna. Photo by Etahn Scott/Murfreesboro Post

Siegel's baseball team clinched the District 7 championship this week in emphatic fashion with a 10-0 five-inning win over Smyrna at home.

Riverdale rallies for 3-2 win over Oakland
MTSU freshmen shine in 9-3 baseball victory over Tennessee Tech
MTSU's Franklin will be in 'green room' at NFL Draft
Caroline Warden: From walk-on to scholarship player to graduate
Oakland, Blackman football hope to exceed last year's success

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Steel Technologies LLC to expand in Rutherford County
Steel Technologies LLC to expand in Rutherford County

NASHVILLE-- Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Randy Boyd along with Steel Technologies LLC officials announced today the company will build a new 83,000 square foot facility in Smyrna. Steel Technologies will invest $18 million to build the Smyrna manufacturing facility, the company's second location in Rutherford County, and create 50 new jobs.

Firehouse Subs honors MFRD
Rutherford ribbon cuttings
Advance Auto brings new jobs to Rutherford County

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