It is estimated that one out of every four hospice patients is a veteran of our military, and Caris Healthcare in Murfreesboro has a unique perspective on providing care to veterans.
Cripple Creek Cloggers, a local clogging and square dancing troupe, began performing in multiple cities across France on June 30 as guests of several international folk festivals.
La Vergne-based group uses outdoor sports to reduce veteran suicides.
Legal Aid lawyer keeps on making a difference - undaunted by arson.
Working with children leads Donna Bebout to directing library.
Trekkers brave heat, storms, wild kittens to raise funds for cause.
Cassidy Ramsey, Julie Wilson love making life happier for residents.
For the first time ever, Blackman High School will open its journalism camp to area newshounds from outside its halls.
Surprises abound around Marjorie Hernandez, longtime Smyrna resident.
Uncle Dave Macon Days is a musical festival which honors traditional American music and the career of Uncle Dave Macon, a Country Music Hall of Famer and first superstar of the Grand Ole Opry.
Photos on display at Baldwin Gallery throughout summer.
Many readers ask about U.S. flag rules and regulations. On June 22, 1942, Congress passed a joint resolution, later amended on December 22, 1942, that encompassed what has come to be known as the U.S. Flag Code.
Independence Day traditionally ranks as one of the year's deadliest holidays due to drunk-driving crashes.
Court clerk, tax collector both came to City Hall in 1989.
Nancy Wells is active in Smyrna drama group with husband, kids.
In today's digital world, a company's online presence is equally as important - if not more than - any brick-and-mortar location. Reviews now live online for eternity, and consumers can discover information with the click of a mouse - or more likely, the tap of a mobile screen.
Staff Sargent James McCullough has been assigned to the Air Force recruiting office, located at 1715 Old Fort Parkway.
Folk dance troupes from three different countries arrived in Rutherford County last week to perform in the International Folk Festival.
More than 40 youngsters from across Tennessee spent the entire day June 21 learning about the care of goats.
Besides protecting humans, a Rutherford County Sheriff's deputy helped rescue a distressed baby falcon Wednesday.
Hot Topic Tennessee Distribution Center donated more than $1,500 in electronic equipment to the La Vergne Fire Station 2 located on Waldron Road.
The 67th Annual Blackman Barbecue will take place from 5-8 p.m. at Lane Agri-Park on June 24.
Are you looking for useful ways to volunteer? Do you want to invest in your community, but are unsure where your donations will do the most good? Would you like to know more about the services non-profit organizations in your community provide? Read on to discover how you can make a difference in Rutherford County.
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