Incumbent 49th District House Rep. Mike Sparks and Democratic challenger Mike Williams take a different tone on almost every issue.
La Vergne Police make a quick arrest in an armed robbery on Riverwood Drive on Monday, Oct. 6
The Federal Reserve Bank is "perfectly aware" that it could be doing too much to rebuild the economy, but it is operating in "uncharted territory" in the wake of the Great Recession, a Nashville regional director told local bankers and officials.
La Vergne resident Jason Cole has announced that he will seek the office of alderman for the city of La Vergne during the Nov. 4 election.
Early voting opens Wednesday and continues through Oct. 30 for Rutherford County voters participating in the Nov. 4 state, federal and municipal elections.
City Planning Director Joseph Aydelott has disclosed that he is selling his home and property on West Thompson Lane for residential development and to avoid a conflict of interest will not be involved in the planning process, according to city officials.
City Café on East Main Street is undergoing new ownership in its 113th year as Tammy Greer and Teresa Kellogg take over Wednesday from Rusty and Cindy Perkins.
Two suspects wanted for multiple shootings in Bolivar were apprehended Friday at a Murfreesboro motel by a team of federal and local law enforcement officers, said Rutherford County Sheriff Robert Arnold
Murfreesboro Fire & Rescue Department, Murfreesboro Police Department and Rutherford County Emergency Medical Services were dispatched to a motor vehicle accident involving a car and SUV in front of the McDonald’s on South Rutherford Boulevard around 4:30 Monday morning.
The Tennessee Supreme Court denied an appeal from the man convicted of kidnapping, beating and robbing an elderly Eagleville couple just after Christmas in 2009.
Central Magnet School Principal John Ash has been selected as the Middle School Principal of the Year representing Tennessee for the National Association of Secondary School Principals.
Two victims were transported following a two car motor vehicle accident at the intersection of NW Broad Street and Medical Center Parkway.
Murfreesboro Fire & Rescue Department, Blackman High School Football Coach Philip Shadowens, and members of the Blackman Blaze football team will hit the streets on Saturday, Sept.27 from 10 a.m.-noon to install free smoke alarms in some of the high-risk areas of Murfreesboro.
The Murfreesboro Police Department, in partnership with the Community Anti-Drug Coalition of Rutherford County (CADCOR) and the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), will host a prescription drug take-back Saturday, Sept. 27, 2014, from 8 a.m.-nooon in the parking area in front of Saint Thomas Rutherford Hospital.
The Tennessee Supreme Court denied an appeal from the man convicted a kidnapping, beating and robbing an elderly Eagleville couple just after Christmas in 2009.
Student archery competitors are swapping arrows for tennis shoes when they walk for their former School Resource Officer coach who was diagnosed with ALS or Lou Gehrig’s disease.
One person was killed in a Tuesday afternoon bulldozer accident outside of Eagleville School.
The Tennessee Supreme Court denied an appeal by the woman convicted in the stabbing death of an MTSU Lady Raiders basketball player, but her attorney plans to keep trying to push the case to the nation’s highest court.
On Sept. 6, the Smyrna Police Department responded to a shooting at 379 Rock Springs Road where two victims were shot.
Wilson bank and trust will be giving away $20 in free gas today.
Parents can ensure their children’s restraint seats are properly installed during a free check from 11 to 3 p.m. Saturday at Walter Hill Volunteer Fire Department’s open house.
A Murfreesboro man has been arrested on a single charge of attempted first degree murder.
Murfreesboro Fire and Rescue Deparment units extricated one victim from a two car motor vehicle accident Wednesday morning.
MTSU Police are investigating two attempted robberies that occurred on campus on Tuesday night.
Juanita Thouin says she counts 10 three-story apartment complexes in the Cason Lane-Blackman area of Murfreesboro, too many for the infrastructure to handle, with more likely on the way.