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Food and spirit critic releases Nashville Beer Food and spirit critic releases Nashville Beer

The area's beer renaissance has sparked Nashville writer and food and spirits critic Chris Chamberlain to capture a snapshot of the area's rich beer history in his book "Nashville Beer."

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  • Food and spirit critic releases Nashville Beer Food and spirit critic releases Nashville Beer

    The area's beer renaissance has sparked Nashville writer and food and spirits critic Chris Chamberlain to capture a snapshot of the area's rich beer history in his book "Nashville Beer."

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  • Three sisters in black: An unsolved mystery Three sisters in black: An unsolved mystery

    With medical satchel in hand, Dr. Herbert Simmons, the local coroner, climbed onto the porch steps. He was responding to a call received at the East Orange, N.J., headquarters only a little while before at 4:40 p.m. On the other line, an unusually calm voice reported, "There has been an accident.

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  • Chesterfield, Blythe make their mark in the MYFL Chesterfield, Blythe make their mark in the MYFL

    When Murfreesboro Parks and Rec.'s Murfreesboro Youth Football League began practice for its 2014 season, 9-year old Ni'kiah Chesterfield, one of two girls in the MYFL, said she just wanted to be half as good as the boys in her division.

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  • City Council candidates have different outlooks City Council candidates have different outlooks

    City Council candidate Bill Shacklett is raising the question whether his opponent, Bill Jones, should be able to continue serving on the Rutherford County Industrial Development Board if he wins the three-person race for a vacant seat.

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Four people in custody for alleged shooting incident

Four people have been taken into custody in connection with a shooting that injured a man shortly before 1 p.m. Wednesday during an altercation at East Lokey Avenue and Christy Court, according to Murfreesboro Police.

MTSU Poll: Nov. 4 vote on abortion amendment too close to call
Road rage leads to attempted murder charge
MTSU student robbed at Science Building
Sparks praises Democrat senator Douglas

Community Matters: Ways you can give back

Are you looking for useful ways to volunteer? Do you want to invest in your community, but are unsure where your donations will do the most good? Would you like to know more about the services non-profit organizations in your community provide? Read on to discover how you can make a difference in Rutherford County.

Train robbery spices up farm trail of ghost tales
Whittlemania tickets on sale for $10
United Way seeking volunteers for VITA
20 years helping victims become survivors

MTSU welcomes national power BYU to the Boro

The MTSU football team is back in action this Saturday against national power BYU at Floyd Stadium. Last week, the Blue Raiders had the week off, while the Cougars fell to Boise State. This will be the second ever meeting between the two programs.

Bye week comes at ideal time for Blue Raiders
Rock Springs wins county football championship
La Vergne moving to 5A; Maryville moving up to 6A
Kicking game seems lost in the mix at all levels
NASCAR can use all the attention it gets these days

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When we think of the Ford Fiesta, we envision a cute little econobox that gets good fuel economy and provides comfortable transportation. What we didn't expect was a racy sounding, little hatchback that makes a 0 to 60 mph run in 6.7 seconds, has a top speed of 143 mph and still gets almost 30. The difference is the ST model designation

Creator of Elf on a Shelf to speak at Chamber Women's Conference
Social media seminar scheduled Oct. 28
Oct. 28 deadline to register for MTSU 'Millennials' conference
MacDermott joins staff at First National Bank


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