Matthew Blomeley has been officially named the new assistant director of the City Planning Department. Blomeley had previously served as principal planner since 2006 and currently serves under Planning Director Gary Whitak
Roxie is a very sweet, affectionate and petite lab mix, about 1 year old.
Consider these projects when planning your commute this week.
Don't miss these spooky activities in Rutherford County.
True Blue players, fans show MTSU spirit on sunny October morning.
Canadian jazz pianist and composer Gil Evans' music will launch the 2016-17 MTSU Jazz Artist Series Thursday, Oct. 20, with performances featuring MTSU School of Music students, faculty and guest artists.
Blood donations also urgently needed following Hurricane Matthew devastation to help cancer, surgery patients.
Volunteers help job-seeking women dress for success.
Kymari House provides a supervised place for parents, children to meet.
University board of trustees appointee Darrell Freeman tells students to think big.
"We're off to bed, Nashville, we must say goodnight. From Broadway to Opry, we hope you sleep tight!" read Debbie Brown, co-author of "Sleep Tight Nashville," to a crowd of captivated children at Celebrate Reading.
She also tells the stories that connect us with each other.
The Boro Art Crawl turns one this month. On October 14, the crawl will feature more artists and artwork than ever before in 25 different locations from 6-9 p.m.
Cooper is a 2 year old male Australian cattle dog/blue heeler mix.
Code One CPR teaches everyone from babysitters to doctors.
Rutherford County Area Habitat for Humanity (RCHFH) and representatives from Thrivent Financial dedicated a brand new Habitat house to the Reese family September 27 as part of the 2016 Thrivent Builds with Habitat for Humanity program.
It's time to rake and spruce up the yard ahead of winter. Fall Leaf Collection season is scheduled to get underway Monday, Oct. 10, 2016.
Last Friday, United Way volunteers from local companies participated in the fourth annual Hometown Huddle event, presented by Nissan.
Riley S. Brown will have a book signing Friday, October 14, from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at Linebaugh Public Library in Murfreesboro.
Christian music artist Matthew West performed a benefit concert at New Vision Baptist Church on September 22 to raise more than $122,000 for children with special needs at Special Kids Therapy and Nursing Center in Murfreesboro.
Dozens of MTSU chemistry and pre-professional students in medical fields learned about options and opportunities they can explore with companies and colleges and universities during the Chemistry Career Fair.
That's what October is made of.
Providence Christian Academy will host the annual PCA Fall Festival on Saturday, October 22, from 10 a.m.- 2 p.m.
The Lascassas community came together Saturday afternoon for the Lascassas Fall Extravaganza at Brown's Store, an event rental center. The market festival brought together residents and local businesses in the celebration of the season.
Ginny Williams helped defy leukemia, runs store, gives back to her community.
This handsome guy is Abracadabra.
33-year clarinetist Greg Lawson looks forward to vibrant season.
That sums up Chamber of Commerce Conference for Women.
She spearheaded creation of Smyrna Senior Center - and more.
Rambunctious country music pioneer Uncle Dave Macon is most often associated with stage lights, but a new MTSU-produced play shows that the bowler-wearing banjoist much preferred "Walking in Sunlight."
The 9th Annual Foundation & Fashions will return Thursday, October 13 to Stones River Country Club.
"Today was great," said Andrew Ellard, Eagleville's city manager. "People seemed to have a great time. It was a beautiful day -- it was warm, but it was blue skies and we had great music."
He's lived 89 years, been wed 67, had the same phone number for 58.
Eight youth find the answer to life decisions through the life and music of Dave Harrison Macon in this musical stage play.
Nearly 2,700 healthy snack packs assembled
Laotian immigrant's outlook and marriage is traditional - her story is not.
Earlier this month The Blackman Community Club awarded two $750 scholarships to graduates from Blackman and Stewart Creek High Schools.
If you think a trip to the farm means pumpkin picking, crisp weather, wagon rides, corn mazes, imaginative playgrounds and farm animal petting zoos, you'd be right.
Students see first-hand what careers in construction look like.
Meet Abby, a 1 1/2 year old Pyrenees mix.
A former U.S. Marine who overcame addiction and incarceration to embark on a college career has a new set of wheels to help him along the way.
Hosted by the American Heart Association and St. Thomas Rutherford Hospital, the Rutherford County Heart Walk is an inspiring event that raises funds and awareness of the United States' number one and number five killers -- heart disease and stroke.
This year's Wine Around the Square went off without a hitch.
The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee is awarding 291 scholarships to students pursuing secondary education at accredited schools throughout the United States.
Local apples should be easier than ever to find in Tennessee this fall.
And those were only a few of the cultures represented at first-ever event.
'It's amazing where little tiny steps will take you.'
Event to benefit Power of Pink, St. Thomas
Internationally acclaimed photographer and "visual storyteller" Steve McCurry's work is the newest exhibit at MTSU's renowned Baldwin Photographic Gallery, open now through Oct. 20.
The Center for the Arts presents the hysterical farce "Suite Surrender," running September 12 - 25, 2016.
At only 16, Jenny Williams started a non-profit to do exactly that.
Festival celebrates traditional Laotian food, fashion and dancing.
But Ty'la Barker is crowned Miss LaVergne 2016, nevertheless.
Five survive, all in their 90s, for 73rd Smyrna High reunion.
Nineteen other faculty members also recognized at Fall Faculty Meeting.
"She was a healthy, active girl until that Monday morning," Robinson said. "I want other people to know the warning signs, know what to look for."
What could be better than having fun with friends at a progressive wine tasting while helping other people at the same time?
Saturday night Mayday Brewery was denim-clad wonderland, a sea of mullets, cutoffs, cowboy boots and trucker hats.
Adopting a rescue might be the ultimate way to celebrate National Dog Day. Read on to discover your dream dog.
Pups get 'treated good' at Thompson Lane treat boutique.
Evelyn Kiviniemi calls running her store a teaching process she really enjoys.
Pet-friendly shopping in Rutherford County.
The Matthew Walker Comprehensive Health Center in Smyrna will host their inaugural Pap-a-Thon August 24-26.
Murfreesboro Symphony president plays, teaches, loves music.
Are you looking for useful ways to volunteer?
Local fitness studio owner says augmented reality game promotes physical activity.
The tactical tightrope that childbirth educators must walk when trying to help women through pregnancy and labor is the subject of the next "MTSU On the Record" radio program.
Elizabeth Fitch divides time between Motlow job, family and old-time fiddle music.
Ciara Taylor wants to assist doctors and nurses by working in a laboratory, providing diagnostic test results in her future career contribution to patient care.
The Boro Art Crawl is heating up the night on August 12 from 6-9 p.m. The event will feature more than 40 artists in almost 30 different venues, offering food, music, live models, on-site painting and open-mic poetry reading.
For the past five years, Family Staffing Solutions has honored Rutherford County residents age 100 or older with a celebration and induction into the Century Club of Rutherford County.
Oaklands Mansion, a historic plantation site, will be open to the public for free on Saturday, August 20.
Sharecropper's daughter grew up to become teacher, artist and genealogist.
Reclaim Ourselves, a community organization in Murfreesboro dedicated to using arts as vehicle for social change is pleased to announce The Reclaim Showcase, their second annual multi-media art exhibition celebrating survivors of domestic and sexual violence.
Community-wide sign up open for Spin Cycle Fundraiser in September.
An MTSU alumna can claim that her company's product is the "Pick of Tennessee."
Two generous donations of men's ties and women's business suits are replenishing the inventory at MTSU's Raiders' Closet as fall semester approaches.
These sweet little puggles are Smokey and The Bandit! The brothers are in need of separate homes and are spunky little 14 week old pug/beagle mix pups.
He took drum lessons two years ago - and Spanish recently, too.
Sandra Mason's priority is improving lives with her church, Lions and job.
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.
La Vergne native now living in Smyrna is county commissioner.
Pokemon Go has kids, adults, playing outside.
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.
Connor Derryberry, a 5th grader from Bedford County, Tennessee, performed in the opening night ceremony of Uncle Dave Macon Days as winner of the Macon-Doubler Fellowship scholarship.
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