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Our state is riddled with prescription drug abuse.
Construction projects throughout Murfreesboro could affect this week's commuters.
From Tony award-winning writer Neil Simon, Murfreesboro Little Theatre is proud to present "Rumors."
The Linebaugh Main Branch will host their 13th annual reading program from Jan. 22 through March 4. Smyrna Public Library begins their Walter King Hoover Reading Program on Jan. 20. It will also run through March 4.
But he also trained actual Top Gun pilots - by 'dogfighting' them.
The MTSU Department of Art will open the spring 2017 semester with "Shoebox: An International Sculpture Exhibition" in Todd Art Gallery, Todd Hall, room 224, Friday, January 20.
The Center for the Arts will open its 2017 season with the regional premiere of the award-winning "Alice - A Wonder-Full New Musical."
These construction projects could affect your commute.
Blood donations needed now to prevent delays in care.
Thurman Mullins turns railroad car into memory cache.
Leah Nichole, 13, has the voice, the writing ability and her family's support.
August is looking for a forever home of her own.
Linebaugh will host local author Alberta Tolbert on Tuesday, January 10, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Parishioners in Smyrna will enjoy Mass in a new church building this year. Construction was recently completed on St. Luke Catholic Church, located at 10682 Old Nashville Highway.
Saint Thomas Rutherford Hospital proudly announces Dr. Elizabeth R. LaRoche being named Physician of the Year during the hospital's 2016 Physician Awards. Dr. Marynelle J. Klumpe received the Clinical Excellence Award and Dr. George W. Smith received the Olin Williams Distinguished Service Award.
Judy Beasley Whitehill is still taking a stand for public education.
There is no doubt that 2016 was full of gripping news stories, but here are a few that stood out to us during the year in review.
Duke was found wandering the neighborhood on one of the coldest nights of the year.
Broadway star and Murfreesboro native Analisa Leaming will present a concert of musical theater gems at 7 p.m. Friday, January 6, 2017 at MTSU's Wright Music Building.
WW II staff sergeant, Alvin York resident ran Smyrna water plant for many years.
Last Monday Sprouts Farmers Market and its customers donated bagged essentials to the Rutherford County Emergency Food Bank, enabling the food bank to serve more struggling families in Rutherford County.
The Middle Tennessee Association of REALTORS recently held food drives for the hungry in their service area.
Students at Oakland High School studied hard through December and still found time to help others. Two groups of OHS students recently worked to raise money for those in need.
Murfreesboro Symphony, Chorus bring audience to its feet.
The Middle Tennessee Association of REALTORS (MTAR) recently held food drives for the hungry in their service areas.
This month, the nonprofit organizations of Rutherford County are taking this opportunity to say THANK YOU to our community, for serving as a volunteer, for bringing donations and for supporting them financially. In their own words . . .
Zac Brown Band to headline benefit Dec. 17 for those affected by Gatlinburg-area wildfires.
Cooper is a 2 year old male Australian Cattle Dog/blue heeler mix.
Newly married, honored by governor, Chelsea Culbreth loves education.
Since 1992 Wreaths Across America has honored the sacrifice of military veterans at national cemeteries across the United States by laying memorial wreaths on the graves of veterans.
Central Magnet School received awards at the South's BEST, or Boosting Engineering, Science and Technology, robotics championship held at Auburn University Dec. 3-4. The school received the third-place award for Team Exhibit and Interview, and the third-place award for Most Photogenic Robot.
For only $10 adopt a cat or kitten from PAWS for the holidays. The facility currently has more than 50 felines, resulting in an adoption special until Saturday.
One kid per class from kindergarten through fifth grade at McFadden School of Excellence was nominated for recognition of their honor -- November's focus trait.
Pro musician John Salaway sings his own songs, gets by with a little help from Fab Four.
Seventh grade homeschool student Anna Creel's Nutcracker-themed colored pencil piece won a first place ribbon in Dreamingincolor's young artist contest recently, and was showcased at Friday night's art crawl.
Moxie Art Supply welcomed area artists in from the cold Friday night for its grand reopening during the Boro Art Crawl and Holiday Shop and Stroll downtown.
During a season when families gather round for food and fellowship, the risk of hunger is a stark reality for 37,250 Rutherford County residents. Underemployed adults, seniors on fixed incomes, families experiencing illness, and others facing a rough patch in their income may find themselves at risk of hunger with the rising cost of living in the growing community.
The Murfreesboro Breakfast Rotary Club started presenting third graders with dictionaries in 2007.
Christmas at Oaklands a favorite holiday pastime.
Luffman keeps sharp-shooting alive - just like he preserves state's legacy.
The 35-acre tree farm, flourishing with 15,000 white pine and Leyland cypress trees, is operated by Murfreesboro's Joe and Jan Steiner, and according to the Pick Tennessee website (PickTnProducts.org), this is one of 58 Christmas tree farms in the state and the only one in Rutherford County.
Rutherford County Sheriff's Office Chief Deputy Randy Garrett is set to leave his position in December after six years with the department and a long tenure with Murfreesboro Police.
Despite chill, Oaklands Mansion's first music fest 'a success'
Small businesses get a boost on Black Friday, too.
"The Christmas Schooner" will sail again at Center for the Arts December 2 through 18.
Companies of all sizes are developing initiatives focused on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) practices. At its best, CSR is a transparent initiative embedded within a business's culture that contributes to the overall welfare of the community. Many businesses - large and small - benefit from being socially responsible, providing overwhelming support that CSR programs are imperative to success.
Summit Funding and Middle Tennessee Insurance Group Inc. sponsored lunch for Sheriff's Office employees last week.
Jaya Holloway, a third grader at Christiana Elementary School, is seated with her parents, Karen and Gary Holloway during the school's annual Thanksgiving lunch.
The sights and sounds of the holidays are all around us.
That's the goal of Riverdale senior who holds food, coat drives.
It's 'super' now, but wait till it blocks the sun next August!
Attorney Albert Bender, a Cherokee activist from Antioch, Tennessee, will talk about what he has witnessed at the Standing Rock Indian Reservation at 4:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 17, in Room N119 of the Cason-Kennedy Nursing Building.
Michael Brown Sr. will deliver an address titled "Chosen for Change" at 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 17, in the Student Union Ballroom. The event is free and open to the public.
The La Vergne Police Department and other local agencies are partnering with the Child Advocacy Center in Rutherford and Cannon Counties for the international "19 Days of Activism for the Prevention of Abuse and Violence toward Children and Youth."
On Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2016, Lancaster Christian Academy hosted its annual Science Fair and Chili Cook-Off.
A federal judge is requiring Rutherford County Chief Administrative Deputy Joe Russell to pay at least part of the legal fees in his defense against a 14-count indictment on corruption charges.
Program registration starts this week.
McFadden 4th graders have been studying curriculum for a hands-on, real world simulation through Junior Achievement's BizTown.
The Murfreesboro Symphony Orchestra held its 4th annual "Let Freedom Ring" Veterans Day concert on Friday night.
Medical technician met Pope Pius in Rome.
The plight of foster children grappling with their sexual identity will be the topic of the next "MTSU On the Record" radio program.
Make the holidays special for someone in need.
Don't forget to vote!
Boutiques on the Square, her new/old home on Maney, even pyracanthas on a trellis.
Work skills training includes grammar, being on time, no cell phones.
Pat and Mary Hatcliff create $1.7 million "house beautiful" in just under 8 months.
Duck your head, clear the air and get ready to fly Nov. 3-6 with the MTSU Arts production of "Peter Pan," where a full cast and crew will bring the swashbuckling musical fantasy to local audiences in -- and above -- MTSU's Tucker Theatre.
Zilly loves to romp and play, and thinks running with the big dogs is heavenly.
Expanding Your Horizons, or EYH, at MTSU is held for girls and young women from across Middle Tennessee to investigate potential careers in math, science and the other STEM fields; to talk with and listen to women in science and math; and attend math and science workshops and participate in hands-on activities with girls also interested in these fields.
Stephanie Pruitt to key RUTHERFORD Cable meeting Nov. 8.
An exploding Death Star, Jedi games and costume contests at the Star Wars-themed event.
Historic Oaklands Mansion transforms into a creepy display of Victorian mourning.
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.
Her impersonation of Harriet Tubman encourages creativity, self-discipline.
Consider these projects when planning your commute this week.
Don't miss these spooky activities in Rutherford County.
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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.
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