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City, MTSU taking 'significant measures' to combat campus-area crime

Saturation patrols, officer overtime, apartment complex accountability among measures.

Detective cleared after April officer-involved shooting

A Rutherford County Sheriff's detective returned to duty recently after being cleared in the shooting of a man who hit him and pulled a gun when he tried to arrest him on a domestic violence warrant.

Fatal shooting on New Lascassas Pike

Murfreesboro Police are looking for suspects in connection with the Tuesday night shooting death of a man at a New Lascassas Pike apartment complex.

Football fraudsters swindle more than $100,000

A Murfreesboro man claiming to be the chairman of the fledgling North American Football League is facing felony fraud charges after allegedly bilking tens of thousands of dollars out of investors.

PCC lawsuit drawing to a close, says mayor

Rutherford County will likely be required to make more changes in probation services and could pay a financial penalty as part of a looming conclusion to the PCC lawsuit.

Remarkable Rutherford Woman: 'The kid with the bright yellow vest' grows up

Lifesaving Miracle Network is now Miss MTSU's platform?

Third gunshot victim found at University Ridge Apartments

Murfreesboro police are investigating the city's third shooting death in a month after a man was found dead Tuesday night after being dumped from a car on South Rutherford Boulevard.

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9 tips to help you save more, waste less food

9 tips to help you save more, waste less food
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Smyrna leaders struggle with traffic, drainage issues due to growth

Smyrna leaders struggle with traffic, drainage issues due to growth

Smyrna leaders passed the Annual Budget on first reading and left the tax rate unchanged at 88.4 cents per $100 assessed value during the most recent council meeting.

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VA to relocate Urgent Care Clinic

VA to relocate Urgent Care Clinic

The UCC will continue to operate 24/7 to ensure veterans are provided uninterrupted care.

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Barber shop, pool hall cited for housing illegal gambling operation

Barber shop, pool hall cited for housing illegal gambling operation

Nine individuals were charged with misdemeanor gambling and one was charged with promotion of gambling and possession of gambling machines after Murfreesboro Police executed a search warrant at a downtown business recently.

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Living Here

Greenhouse Ministries receives hefty check from Publix

 Greenhouse Ministries receives hefty check from Publix

Greenhouse Ministries accepted a check for $20,814.23 from Publix Super Market Charities on May 2 at Greenhouse Ministries' offices in Murfreesboro.

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Linebaugh to host signing of "Through the Green Tunnel"

Linebaugh to host signing of

Linebaugh Public Library will host local author Bill Griggs on Thursday, June 8, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Griggs will sell and sign copies of his book, "Through the Green Tunnel," published in 2016, by Wax Family Printing.

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Murfreesboro City Schools announces Summer Food Service Program schedule

Murfreesboro City Schools announces Summer Food Service Program schedule

As the school year comes to an end, Murfreesboro City Schools' Nutrition Department is gearing up to feed children across the city through their Summer Food Service Program.

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Murfreesboro students bring Louisiana to life

Murfreesboro students bring Louisiana to life

Have you ever wondered what Louisiana looked like before exploration?

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Sports

Central Magnet baseball's postseason run ends

Central Magnet baseball's postseason run ends

SMYRNA -- Central's Magnet's baseball team was eliminated from the Class AA baseball team at Spring Fling with losses to Covington (5-3) and CPA (7-1) on Wednesday night.

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Stewarts Creek baseball stays alive in Class state tourney

Stewarts Creek baseball stays alive in Class state tourney

Stewarts Creek's baseball team lived to fight another day with a 4-1 thrilling win 12 innings Wednesday night at Spring Fling in the Class AAA state baseball tournament at Oakland.

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Blackman's baseball season comes to end at Spring Fling

Blackman's baseball season comes to end at Spring Fling

Blackman's baseball team had a great regular season and postseason run, but it wasn't the Blaze's day on Wednesday at Siegel High School.

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Blackman, Stewarts Creek baseball fall to losers' bracket at Spring Fling

Blackman's baseball team fell into the losers' bracket of the Spring Fling Class AAA tournament at Siegel on Wednesday with a 6-2 loss to Brentwood.

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