The largest outbreak of Ebola virus disease ever recorded is currently occurring in West Africa with the Zaire species of the virus.
The Bill Taylor Bushido School of Karate will be holding a free Ladies Self Defense Seminar Saturday, Oct. 25th at noon. The class will be held at the South Murfreesboro location, 1911 Business Campus Dr., behind the Parthenon Restaurant just off South Church Street.
The following locations are offering Trunk or Treet and Halloween events through Halloween:
Read To Succeed announced the 2014 Celebrity Spelling Bee will be held at 7 p.m. Monday, Nov. 10 at World Outreach Church.
Each year, thousands of people in Rutherford and Cannon counties turn to United Way's 2-1-1 service for help.
"Simply Free" is not a concert or a seminar. It is an experience.
November is National Alzheimer's Disease Awareness Month and National Caregiver Month.
Veteran medical examiner Michael Baden has played a role in some of history's most celebrated investigations, and now he'll share his knowledge with the MTSU community Tuesday, Oct. 21.
Thump, thump. Thump, thump. Thump, thump. I could hear my heartbeat in my ears as I sat buckled in my seat ready for the ride of a lifetime.
Action heroes and princesses will show off their costumes and collect candy during the annual Rutherford County Sheriff's Office's Trunk or Treat Friday, Oct. 31.
Murfreesboro Post/Cannon Courier newspaper columnist/WGNS regular talk show guest Dan Whittle is the scheduled "featured speaker" Thursday night (Oct. 16) as part of ministry Way of Hope's Dinner and Fashion Show.
Longtime Smyrna Lions Club members Don Young and Ed Garner are busy harvesting beans in preparation for this Fall's Friday annual Bean Dinner (Friday, Oct. 17, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.) that benefits the Smyrna Senior Citizen Center and the club's Sight Conservation Program.
Claude Morse of Honor Flight of Middle Tennessee recently accepted a $2,000 donation from The Exchange Club of Noon Murfreesboro President Tony Dugger during a recent meeting.
Rutherford County has been chosen as one of ConventionSouth magazine's Editors' Picks for the 2015 South's Surprising Recreational Havens for Groups list.
Lovingly ripped off from the classic film "Monty Python and the Holy Grail", Spamalot is the award-winning Broadway musical of the legendary tale of King Arthur's quest to find the Holy Grail.
Robert B. Schwarz has been elected to the Board of Directors at Branches Counseling Center. Branches is a non-profit, faith-based counseling center headquartered in Murfreesboro.
Sitting on Murfreesboro's eastern outskirts is one of the area's best-kept secrets, a place children in need can call home when there may be no place to go - Good Shepherd Children's Home.
MTSU is standing up for its hometown with some good-natured humor directed at "The Tonight Show" host Jimmy Fallon regarding the correct pronunciation of the Midstate city's name.
Commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Civil War in Murfreesboro by exploring the conflicting emotions of Southerners at the outset of the conflict and the destruction caused by four years of war.
October is Heritage Month in Rutherford County. As part of the county-wide celebration, the Heritage Center of Murfreesboro and Rutherford County has opened newly designed exhibits, highlighting artifacts from the past rarely seen before.
Rutherford County farmer Larry Lynch has directed a $2,500 donation to Special Kids of Tennessee. While attending an Ag PhD Field Day event at South Dakota’s Hefty Farms, he participated in a drawing held by Monsanto Company. When his name was called as a winner, he was given the opportunity to direct a $2,500 donation to a nonprofit organization in his community.
Murfreesboro and Rutherford County have a rich history shared by all. From prehistoric hunters through the horrors of the Civil War to the change and growth of our more recent past, the stories we share help define us as a community.
The 16th annual Color of Fall Car & Truck Show will be held Saturday, Sept. 27 on the Woodbury Square from 8 a.m.-noon
NASHVILLE —MTSU professor Beverly Keel, chair of the university’s Department of Recording Industry, and former MTSU student Hillary Scott of Grammy-winning music group Lady Antebellum were among honorees Monday night at The Nashville Business Journal’s inaugural Women in Music City Awards.
WOODBURY – Say “white oak” and “crafts” and artisans from as far away as Pennsylvania will respond: “Cannon County.”