Rutherford County and Murfreesboro are preparing to hire a solid waste consultant - at a projected cost of $300,000 - to help guide long-term local government decisions for handling garbage.
Murfreesboro Water and Sewer Department has repaired a system malfunction where leachate from the Middle Point Landfill leaked into a field off Lebanon Pike and killed vegetation.
Interest is high in a fourth General Sessions judgeship set up to ease the judicial workload with eight people picking up papers and four qualifying to run so far.
Council also considers building facility at Blackman, trying again to buy Y.
GPS devices will be required on all buses serving the county school system, the Rutherford County School Board decided in a unanimous vote at its regular meeting Thursday night.
Planning Commission recommends approval of facility on existing campus.
Council approves two-reading process for enacting ordinances.
It was a memorable affair and dalliance of his youth, rekindled 57 years later.
Weary of "the train wreck" in Tennessee's General Assembly, Wilson Elementary School teacher Becky Goff says she's running for the state House 37th District seat.
Christine Baird Huddleston, who served as director of Room in the Inn for 25 years, passed away April 19 at Community Care of Rutherford County. She was 83 years old.
The Tennessee Legislature's Black Caucus united with House Democrats from Nashville in seeking a federal investigation into the handcuffing and arrests of several elementary-age children in Murfreesboro.
Canines and their humans are welcome to participate in the annual See Spot Run 5K Run/Walk at 8 a.m. Sunday, May 1, at MTSU's Peck Hall.
A community activist group is calling for the Rutherford County Commission to examine County Attorney Jim Cope's resignation from Pinnacle Financial Partners' board of directors amid alleged insider trading.
A student at LaVergne Middle School is accused of making electronic threats toward another student.
The American Conservative Union, a grassroots conservative organization, announced last week Rep. Mike Sparks was awarded the coveted ACU award for conservative excellence among the top conservatives in Tennessee.
State could help provide it with Gov. Haslam's expanded funding plan.
City school board takes a look at spending needs for upcoming year.
School board's Nancy Phillips champions children, puts on a show for them.
With a majority of its members saying MTSU needs to come together over a "polarizing" issue, the Forrest Hall Task Force is recommending a name change for the university's ROTC building.
The Nashville Business Journal is reporting Rutherford County Attorney Jim Cope resigned in April as a director of Pinnacle Financial Partners amid alleged insider trading connected with a proposed acquisition of Avenue Financial Holdings.
A Rutherford County woman is suing Community Care of Rutherford County, claiming the nursing home's negligence caused her mother to fall and suffer serious injuries and pain until she died two months later.
Two days after listening to residents' concerns about the arrest of 10 elementary-age children, Murfreesboro Police Chief Karl Durr said he is conducting an internal study of police procedures and forming a minister coalition to review it.
Two Nashville state legislators are calling for state and federal officials to investigate the "inexcusable" arrests of Hobgood Elementary School children by Murfreesboro Police.
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