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'Southern Shield' targets speeding

As of July 13, 2017 we have seen 19 people lose their lives on the roadways.

County racks up $1.75 million legal fees

Rutherford County spent nearly $1.75 million in the last two years on legal services, including pay for the county attorney's office, outside counsel and fees for numerous cases brought against the county.

Hundreds grieve at Blackman High School vigil

Hundreds of students, parents, faculty and staff milled around inside the gymnasium at Blackman High School, some hugging, some crying, as the community mourned the loss of two teens who were killed in a car wreck Saturday mo...

Investigated firefighter returns

Britt Gammon, a city firefighter since 2007, was placed on administrative leave in November 2016 and despite escaping criminal charges will be suspended and placed on disciplinary probation, according to a letter from Murfree...

Panty raid

Nonprofit directors attend women's pool party, leave with all the underwear

Remarkable Rutherford Woman: Major weight loss freed her from nursing home

Overeating recovery group helped Carol Campbell drop the pounds, regain will to live

TDOT update: intersection closing scheduled for July 28-31

In addition to the bridge work, contractors will also install the center portions of the overhead truss signs, place stone base on the left side of Broad Street and the western bridge abutment, and pave between the northwest ...

News

Rep. Sparks announces funding approval for additions at Motlow Smyrna campus

Rep. Sparks announces funding approval for additions at Motlow Smyrna campus

Rep. Mike Sparks announced Friday that the State Building Commission has officially approved funding for additions at Motlow State Community College's Smyrna Campus.

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Retirement community approved at Smyrna Town Council

Retirement community approved at Smyrna Town Council

Sometimes three minutes of public comment time before the Town Council is a rant of frustration, but sometimes it's so reasonable it triggers a dialog with council and staff, and good comes from it.

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Council approves four-story apartment, seeks change to multi-family zoning process

Council approves four-story apartment, seeks change to multi-family zoning process

The Murfreesboro City Council on Thursday approved a formerly controversial four-story apartment building on New Salem Highway, and indicated support for changing how all such projects are handled in the future.

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MPD investigates 'potentially bias-based crime'

MPD investigates 'potentially bias-based crime'

Five slices of bologna and a used condom were left on the vehicle of a local Muslim man while it was parked outside his Veterans Parkway apartment overnight July 16.

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Living Here

Community Matters

Community Matters

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?

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Local contractor featured on HGTV

Local contractor featured on HGTV

L&L Contractors debuts on 'Listed Sisters'

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Tick-borne illness on the rise, says CDC

Tick-borne illness on the rise, says CDC

'Fight the Bite' to prevent disease with these tips

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'Guys and Dolls' opens July 21

'Guys and Dolls' opens July 21

Murfreesboro Little Theatre proudly presents "Guys and Dolls Junior," opening July 21 for two weekends.

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Sports

Former MTSU golfer Bulle makes cut at British Open

Former MTSU golfer Bulle makes cut at British Open

Former MTSU golfer and web.com tour pro Kent Bulle made the cut Friday at the 146th British Open.

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Murfreesboro Force win AAU national title

Murfreesboro Force win AAU national title

Murfreesboro Force 2K21 Girls won the 2017 AAU Division 2 National Champions in basketball. They defeated PA Undisputed TNT from Menlo Park, California, 59-39.

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MTSU football picked second in C-USA East Division

MTSU football picked second in C-USA East Division

MTSU's football team was picked to finish second in Conference USA's East Division on Tuesday in a poll conducted of media who cover the league.

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MTSU's James named to Hornung watch list

MTSU's James named to Hornung watch list

Middle Tennessee junior receiver Richie James has been named to the Paul Hornung Award Watch List, as announced by the Louisville Sports Commission Monday.

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