As part of Campus Fire Safety Month, the Tennessee Fire Chiefs Association, in cooperation with the Rutherford County Fire-Rescue, would like to remind parents and college students to make sure that both on and off-campus housing is fire-safe.
Tow to Go will pick you up St. Patrick's Day weekend
Rutherford County received its first snow of the year last week, closing schools Friday and Monday, MTSU Friday afternoon and creating hazardous, icy roadway conditions.
Murfreesboro is stocked and ready to clear streets of ice and snow again this winter season.
School boards and legislators cover it all at annual joint pow-wow.
University unveils ongoing plans to upgrade technology.
Opponents of Murfreesboro's redlight cameras say a state attorney general's opinion that a
private company can't review potential violations before they're submitted to police gives them
legal ammunition in their battle against unmanned monitoring systems.
Bridge over Broad Street TDOT Project
State raised concerns about e-cigs in jails last year.
An MTSU event bringing high school girls to campus to encourage studies in science, technology, engineering and math will have to wait a year until the university irons out supervision policies for minors, including required background checks.
An event aimed at fingerprinting and documenting children for safety is taking place this week in Murfreesboro.
Teens who need experience driving may take the Rutherford County School Resource Officers’ 11-hour DRIVE class to build their skills, said Sheriff Robert Arnold.
It is summer in Tennessee and that means it's grilling time for many residents. Although, outdoor cooking is a long-cherished tradition for most families, it also increases the possibility of fire-related incidents and injuries. Gas grills constitute a higher risk, having been involved in an annual average of 7,200 home fires in 2007-2011, while charcoal or other solid-fueled grills were involved in an annual average of 1,400 home fires.
The Murfreesboro Police Department is joining over 150 Tennessee police departments and the Governor’s Highway Safety Office in an effort to make Murfreesboro roads safer through a campaign designed to increase seat belt usage. The Seat belts Are For Everyone (SAFE) Campaign is designed to increase seat belt and child safety seat usage.
Murfreesboro Fire & Rescue Department, in conjunction with Safe Kids, and with the assistance of Murfreesboro Police Department, Rutherford County EMS, and Rutherford County Sheriff’s Office, will host a Child Safety Seat Inspection Station at Rutherford County S.O.R.T. office (585 Fortress Boulevard) on Wednesday, March 5 from 3:00-5:00 pm.
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