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Input sought on citywide comprehensive plan

The city of Murfreesboro has released a request for proposals for qualified consultants to prepare a citywide comprehensive plan.

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Ground broken on indoor tennis facility
Ground broken on indoor tennis facility

MTSU partners with city for project

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Bragg will not seek re-election

Murfreesboro mayor not running for 4th term

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BREAKING NEWS: Mayor Bragg will not run for re-election
BREAKING NEWS: Mayor Bragg will not run for re-election

Murfreesboro mayor not seeking 4th term

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Mayors featured in 'Murfreesboro Storytellers'

The July edition of "Murfreesboro Storytellers" on City TV will feature the mayors of Rutherford County and Murfreesboro, officials announced Monday.

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City officials break ground at new school

Murfreesboro City Schools broke ground on its 13th elementary school Tuesday afternoon.

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Leaders tout benefits of bridge over Broad Street
Leaders tout benefits of bridge over Broad Street

Local politicians and officials from the Tennessee Department of Transportation gathered Wednesday to officially announce plans to build a bridge over Broad Street.

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Councilwoman votes against herself again
Councilwoman votes against herself again

Councilwoman Madelyn Scales-Harris remains frustrated, but fellow Murfreesboro City Council members at Thursday night’s meeting seemed able to determine exactly why.

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Murfreesboro budget discussions get heated
Budget deliberations by the Murfreesboro City Council drew considerable ire Thursday from Councilwoman Madelyn Scales-Harris.
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Officer honored for helping keep schools safe
Officer honored for helping keep schools safe
Sgt. Scott Newberg of the Murfreesboro Police Department has been named STARS award recipient for April 2013.
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Public invited to walk with Murfreesboro mayor
Public invited to walk with Murfreesboro mayor
Murfreesboro Mayor Tommy Bragg invites everyone to join him and other local Mayors Saturday at the “Mayors’ Walk” Kick off Celebration.
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City Council approves north Murfreesboro rezoning
In a rare display of concerted opposition at the Murfreesboro City Council's meeting Thursday evening, a third reading for annexation of property adjacent to James Ridley's historic Evergreen home was just as contentious as the first.
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Council: Proposed Walmart needs more input from public
Selling city land for development would be unacceptable, mayor says.
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 City Council denies airport expansion
City Council denies airport expansion
The council also deferred a proposal to award a contract for designing improvements to Bradyville Pike.
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Airport runway expansion placed on hold for now
Following another lengthy public hearing and presentation for a proposed runway expansion of the Murfreesboro Municipal Airport, members of the Murfreesboro City Council unanimously decided to defer the matter until a later date.
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City Council makes plans for capital spending
The Murfreesboro City Council came together with various department personnel Thursday in a special meeting to consider capital improvement projects as part of 2012 bond issues.
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Annie Lee McElroy Bragg
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Mayor: Give to charities, not panhandlers
Mayor: Give to charities, not panhandlers
Thursday’s meeting of the Murfreesboro City Council included a lengthy discussion by council members concerning the growing problem of panhandling throughout the city.
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City leaders honor former vice mayor
Council discusses 'aggressive panhandling'
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New City Council is sworn in
Thursday's meeting of the Murfreesboro City Council was a rather brief affair, with only a recommendation from retiring Water & Sewer Department Director Joe Kirchner drawing any discussion from council members.
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Murfreesboro leaders praise Kirchner for dedication to public service
Murfreesboro leaders praise Kirchner for dedication to public service
After 30 years of service, Murfreesboro Water and Sewer Department Director Joe Kirchner has decided he will retire in August, according to a recent announcement by city officials.
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Council disagrees about new manager evaluation
Thursday’s meeting of the Murfreesboro City Council was an unusually contentious event, with one agenda item passing by a single vote and an last-minute issue brought by Councilwoman Madelyn Scales-Harris.
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Police chief briefs City Council on crime rate
Thursday’s meeting of the Murfreesboro City Council included a presentation of annual crime statistics by Murfreesboro Police Chief Glenn Chrisman, several road abandonments, and scheduling of a public hearing for rezoning property along Memorial Boulevard.
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Demos' North Maney Avenue rezoning approved
Council agrees to new Murfreesboro Police lease agreement
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Fuel sales at airport top City Council's agenda
Mayor Tommy Bragg presided Thursday over a routine meeting of the Murfreesboro City Council.
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Bragg highlights importance of hospice
Murfreesboro Mayor Tommy Bragg issued a proclamation recently recognizing the importance of hospice care in Murfreesboro.
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Bradyville Pike to get facelift
Thursday’s meeting of the Murfreesboro City Council included changes to the city employee pension plan, improvements to Bradyville Pike, a greenway extension, a public hearing for a new liquor store, and a little comic relief.
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Pulling the shades on Sunshine Law
Pulling the shades on Sunshine Law
Bragg, Gaither oppose secret meetings proposal
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‘Boro celebrates milestone with birthday bash
‘Boro celebrates milestone with birthday bash
The City of Murfreesboro celebrated a milestone Monday with a party on the Civic Plaza and towering cake created by local baker Jay Qualls.
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Lyons gets good review
Lyons gets good review
Scales-Harris questions city manager evaluation
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Happy Birthday, Murfreesboro!
Murfreesboro is having a big - really big - birthday party beginning in October. Consider this your personal invitation.
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Barfield Crescent bridge to close traffic for pedestrians
City approves $4.8 million Veterans Parkway construction
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City council grants airport easement waiver
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Tough decisions on Capitol Hill
Tough decisions on Capitol Hill
City tries to save community program
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City Council approves microenterprise loans
The city council approved microenterprise loans Thursday to three Murfreesboro businesses.
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City Council approves bulk zoning and annexation
The zoning change has broader implications for future development.
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Council approves budget on second reading
Councilwoman Madelyn Scales Harris won significant concessions for employees who face layoffs.
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City council considers bonuses, lay offs
Mayor Tommy Bragg proposed to the Murfreesboro City Council at its Thursday night meeting a one-time bonus option for city employees for the upcoming 2010-2011 budget.
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MPD honors 'the first first responders'
MPD’s Communications Department is responsible for answering all calls for service placed within the city limits.
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Long-awaited county firing range opens
John Brown first heard about the need for a firing range for sheriff’s deputies when he joined the department 33 years ago.
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Former Morristown manager to assist Lyons in 'Boro
Murfreesboro will officially have a new assistant city manager next week, Mayor Tommy Bragg said.
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Economic climate may create tough job for city manager
City council meets to evaluate new city manager
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Cannonsburgh graces new Yellowpages cover
Every time someone in Murfreesboro picks up their phone in the next year, they will be greeted by a photo of Cannonsburgh Pioneer Village’s gristmill.
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Murfreesboro's new city manager sworn in
Murfreesboro's new city manager sworn in
Murfreesboro Mayor Tommy Bragg congratulates Rob Lyons after in is officially sworn in to the office of City Manager on Monday. Lyons replaces Roger Haley, after he retired from 20 years of service. TMP/Michelle Willard
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New era begins Monday with Lyons as city manager
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City bans guns in parks
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City to take another shot at banning guns in parks
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Guns in parks, no problem: TSSAA
Councilman proposes compromise
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City could lose Spring Fling in gun fight
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Tornado safety on table at conference
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Sewer rate, property tax pass city council
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Six officers killed in the line of duty memorialized
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Lift-up Maney Avenue
Lift-up Maney Avenue
A group of concerned citizens, including one city councilman, wants a commitment from Mayor Tommy Bragg and the Murfreesboro City Council to redevelop historic Maney Avenue.
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