Medical technician met Pope Pius in Rome.
The latest publication from Coffee County Historical Society is “Letters to Mary, the Civil War Diary of Dr. John Kennerly Farris.”
During the tour, a veteran from his old flight unit recalled that Knox had penned and performed songs while serving in the war during the 1960s’.
Choppers could be cut from Army's inventory
Representatives from the Tennessee State Library and Archives, as well as the Tennessee State Museum, will be in Woodbury on Friday, Jan. 24, to record and digitize Civil War memorabilia owned by local residents.
A Murfreesboro City Schools teacher has been recognized for her work with the Elementary Physical Education Teacher of the Year award, officials recently announced.
Charged with the task of selling wartime government programs and war bonds to the American public, the War Advertising Council and the War Finance Committee sought to promote voluntary compliance with bond-buying quotas and rationing programs, while at the same time contributing to morale on the home front.
So, is Al-Qaeda the good guy or the bad guy?
More than 30 people gathered in front of the Rutherford County Courthouse in downtown Murfreesboro Thursday afternoon to protest U.S. military involvement in the ongoing Syrian civil war.
Does President Barack Obama have constitutional authority to attack Syria on his own? Must he seek congressional approval? Should he do so?
Navy medic goes back to Omaha Beach
Aircraft comes to town for Father's Day
Students travel with alumnus to Southeastern Asia
Gov. Bill Haslam formally recognized Vietnam veterans Monday with a proclamation event.
Rutherford County brothers made mark in Texas
Thursday marked an important date of history for Rutherford County. It was on this day 151 years ago that the strategic city of Murfreesboro would forever be changed.
Rutherford County provided more than 4,000 men for active service in World War II. One of those men who served was my father, Richard Claude Shacklett.
An estimated 22 military veterans commit suicide every day in this country, according to a new comprehensive report that the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs released Friday.
Artifacts from WWI site on display
Murfreesboro activists rally in opposition
Franz Walkup wanted to follow in the footsteps of his father and older brother when he joined the military.
MTSU was recognized recently as a “Patriotic Employer” for support of its employees who may face deployment at a moment’s notice.
Wounded warrior praises public-private partnership
Following a meeting Saturday with groups near the border of Syria, U.S. Sen. Bob Corker said he is concerned about whether American involvement could bring unintended consequences.
Volunteers prepare for groundbreaking ceremony
Apparently, one never completely gets over being in a war zone where live ammo tears through flesh and ends lives.
A fallen Williamson County hero killed in Vietnam 42 years ago will be memorialized on Saturday, June 30, with a bridge dedication.
Best-selling author, journalist and documentary filmmaker Sebastian Junger, whose first book, “The Perfect Storm,” became a major motion picture, will speak at MTSU.
Are regional Veterans Administration officials concerned about soldiers returning from Afghanistan and Iraq with substance abuse issues?
Tennessee National Guard Soldiers from a 45-man Smyrna-based Air Medivac unit leave Saturday on the first leg of a journey taking them to Afghanistan on a one-year deployment.
Army Spc. Corey Kowall, 20, of Murfreesboro, has died in a vehicle crash in Afghanistan.
A bronze bust of Marine Staff Sgt. Marc Golczynski, who was killed during combat last spring in Al-Aanbar Province, Iraq, is to be unveiled and presented to his family during the Memorial Day weekend and later placed in Marshall County High School.
On the first anniversary of Staff Sgt. Marc Golczynski’s untimely death in Iraq, the Murfreesboro City Council will consider naming the bridge on the Southwest Loop Road of Veteran’s Parkway in his honor.
A Tennessee Army National Guardsman was killed in action July 31 in Iraq.
Two units of the Tennessee Army National Guard are being mobilized and scheduled for training at Camp Atterbury in Indiana.
While most were busy this week shooting off fireworks and celebrating independence from British rule, Lt. Col. Karen Neely was spending a few last minutes with her friends and family.
Funeral services for Lt. Frank B. Walkup IV are scheduled for 10 a.m. Wednesday, July 4 at the Woodbury Church of Christ.
Walkup chose to fight in Iraq
The Department of Defense announced today the death of a Marine who was supporting Operation Iraqi Freedom.
A welcome home party was being planned for a U.S. Marine's return from Iraq next month, but now funeral arrangements are pending for the man who grew up in Lewisburg and returned to the war-torn country so he could protect young Marines.
Brenda Lewis attended 2003 Academy Awards