Choices are abound when it comes to choosing a Murfreesboro private school.
The Sam Davis Home is now taking reservations for Teddy Bear Tea and Young Ladies Tea, set to take place March 2015.
Author Gayle Howell announces the nationwide release of his uplifting, new book, "Things My Mother Taught Me: Life Lessons From the Greatest Generation."
Lt. Col. Larry Williams recently assumed command of the Civil Air Patrol's Murfreesboro Composite Squadron. Williams was instrumental in forming the Squadron over 17 years ago and served as its first Squadron Commander.
Murfreesboro Attorney Scott Kimberly will present a legal seminar titled "Can Police Do That?" at Middle Tennessee State University over the next several weeks, which will discuss the Constitutional Rights provided by the Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, and Eighth Amendments. The event is co-sponsored by the MTSU College Democrats and MTSU College Republicans.
Forty years' worth of MTSU jazz alumni will be tuning up for a special reunion and concert to benefit future jazz scholars as well as the music-loving community.
Resolve to read! Linebaugh Public Library's main branch will hold its annual Adult Winter Reading Program from Jan. 26 through March 7.
NASHVILLE - The arrival of single-digit weather in Tennessee last week has prompting the State Fire Marshal's Office to remind residents to stay safe when using portable heaters to stay warm.
As the 150th anniversary of the end of the Civil War approaches, the "Between the Lines: Reading About the Civil War" book group will discuss "April 1865: The Month That Saved America" by Jay Winik.
New Life University (NLU) is currently accepting applications for the winter semester of the Pastoral Counselor tract.
SHORT MOUNTAIN: History lives here ... and at Bradyville and at Readyville.
John Smithson (called "Big John" by family and neighbors) was a Revolutionary War soldier. After the war, "Big John" settled on the biggest mountain in Middle Tennessee, to wit, Short Mountain.
Step back to yesterday and see the common threads that weave together the lives of women through the decades in middle Tennessee and across the country.
Mid-Cumberland Human Resource Agency's Long-Term Care Ombudsman program advocates for the rights of thousands of residents in nursing homes, assisted-living facilities, and homes for the aged in Rutherford County and 12 additional counties in middle Tennessee.
United Way recently participated in Giving Tuesday in an effort to raise funds and awareness for programs that support financial stability in Rutherford and Cannon counties. Through its Keep the Lights On initiative that began on December 2, the United Way is raising funds that will be distributed back into the community through programs and services.
A man who lost his possessions but realized a dream in the wake of the 2010 flood. A woman who hurdled cultural and language barriers to launch a career. These are just a few of the stories of tenacity and achievement celebrated by Goodwill Industries of Middle Tennessee at its Impact Luncheon awards ceremony Friday, Nov. 21.
The annual Miss MTSU Pageant is still going strong after 40 years.
However, last year provided a new twist when a Miss Murfreesboro was added to the event. It also was the first year that the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity didn't stage the performance as it is no longer an organization on campus.
The Monday, Dec. 1, performance of Handel's "Messiah" by the MTSU Concert Chorale and Middle Tennessee Choral Society marks the 30th anniversary for the group's presentation of the beloved holiday oratorio.
The Exchange Club of Noon Murfreesboro was proud to present a $10,000 check to The Family Center during their regular weekly meeting on Thursday Nov. 20.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Plagued by a major mechanical problem and greatly concerned about arctic weather in his path Tuesday, Nov. 11, MTSU professor Cliff Ricketts postponed his "Southern Fried Fuel" quest until spring 2015.
Cannon County is anticipating a great holiday season this year as it is planning several events during the weeks ahead.
Murfreesboro Tennessee Moose Lodge No. 645 at 1831 N.W. Broad St. announces plans to raise donations to assist service members who have been injured in the line of duty.
Murfreesboro police officers and detectives are participating in the American Cancer Society's "No Shave November."
Americans are bound together by their love of freedom, and religion is no exception. The Exchange Club of Murfreesboro and The Noon Exchange Club of Murfreesboro will be holding a "One Nation Under God" Community Prayer breakfast, Tuesday, November 25th at the Embassy Suites - Murfreesboro, featuring Gerald Melton, Public Defender for Cannon and Rutherford County Gerald Melton. His motto is: "Protecting the public by defending the Constitution."
Murfreesboro Police Chief Glenn Chrisman was revealed this past Friday as the mystery man who donned glue-on nails and eyelashes, jewelry, a wig and a pink dress to help raise money for a local nonprofit that serves individuals with intellectual disabilities.