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 Ethics complaint against County Commissioner Will Jordan dismissed
Ethics complaint against County Commissioner Will Jordan dismissed

'There's no way someone can be responsible for something of which they had no knowledge,' says Ethics Committee Chairman.

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Budget Committee approves EBT card agreement

The Rutherford County Budget Committee approved an agreement Thursday to allow the county to determine the processes needed to continue the use of electronic benefits transfer cards at local farmers market.

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MTEMC re-elects incumbents to board
MTEMC re-elects incumbents to board

Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corporation members re-elected four incumbents to its board Aug. 10 at Embassy Suites Murfreesboro.

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Sprinklers draw fire
Sprinklers draw fire

County planners debate new regulations

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County approves annexation for sewer plant
County approves annexation for sewer plant

The Rutherford County Commission has agreed to allow the city of Murfreesboro to annex 3.2 acres of land in order to expand a sewer treatment plant.

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Officials agree to increase school security
Officials agree to increase school security
County officials endorse SRO plan
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SRO plan headed to County Commission
SRO plan headed to County Commission
Budget Committee endorses proposal
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Rutherford County to pay $434K to Embassy Suites
Rutherford County to pay $434K to Embassy Suites
Due to incorrect property assessments, Rutherford County must refund more than $434,000 in property taxes to Embassy Suites Hotel and Conference Center in Murfreesboro.
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Commissioners voice support for SRO increase
Commissioners voice support for SRO increase
The Rutherford County Commission expressed strong support Thursday for a proposal to add a school resource officer to every elementary school but balked at the price tag.
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School budget advances with no tax hike
Director of Schools Harry Gill Jr. strongly recommended the Rutherford County Commission consider raising property taxes this year out of fear that Stewart’s Creek High School may not open on time.
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Commission approves more cash for sheriff
Rutherford County’s Board of Commissioners approved a $350,000 request Thursday from the Sheriff’s Office to cover costs of basic necessities through the fiscal year.
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Rutherford County redistricting map rears head again
Rutherford County redistricting map rears head again
Redistricting may not be over for Rutherford County as it was a major topic of discussion for the Health and Education Committee earlier this week.
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Comprehensive Plan debate to continue
Planning Commission to reconvene for further discussion
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Eagleville School expansion moves closer to final approval
Eagleville School may soon get much needed classrooms and groundwork is being set for Stewart’s Creek High School, Rutherford County’s Health and Education Committee discussed Tuesday.
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Plaintiffs ask if Islam is a religion in mosque trial
Case resumes two days after the federal government files a motion in the case.
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RCS bus drivers may be getting a raise
Rutherford County Schools is looking to make good on its promise to raise bus driver pay.
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