Benjamin Franklin Willis, age 83, of Smyrna died Thursday.
A doctor found what was believed to be a child’s upper arm bone in an alley Wednesday in downtown Murfreesboro, police reported.
Dr. Tim Sprague of Southern Hills Medical Center reported he found the bone believed to be from a 7- to 10-year-old child in an alley between West Main Street and Walnut Street, Officer Travis Henderson reported.
About 50 kids earned some extra cash Thursday when dentist Dr. Beth Keen paid $1 per pound for extra Halloween candy.
Dr. Keen gave the children flashing toothbrushes while Toot’s donated T-shirts and gift certificates. Reeves-Sain gave away soda/milkshake tokens and a Hello Kitty fan for a door prize. Businessman Bubba Hutson gave a cash donation. Roses donated bags of candy.
TMP photo by Kelly Hite.
Stones River Mall opens their new children's play area today.
What was believed to be a bone from a child’s arm was determined to be a bone from an animal, a Murfreesboro Police spokesman said Friday.
Murfreesboro City Schools outscored the state average, according the Tennessee Department of Education’s annual report card.
Rutherford County Schools made Tennessee Department of Education’s honor roll.