Brittany Stevens has published “Smyrna Spotlights – Journey Through Local Smyrna” to shine a bright light on 46 locally owned businesses in the Rutherford County town.
Mckendree Towers was built in 1978 and it still holds a pretty cool distinction, at least for our Big Joe, who gets easily amused but we agree, this story is very cool.
It is time for some Motivation Monday with our own Big Joe. This time, he is trying to make it through a workout at F45 Training in Mt. Juliet. Does he do it? Let's find out.
Tickets are on sale for Rutherford County Area Habitat for Humanity's annual cooking event fundraiser on Saturday, Nov. 6.
Murfreesboro resident Hazel Tarpley had an early 96th birthday celebration with her Mindful Care friends and family at First United Methodist Church last week.
Our Big Joe stopped by Metro Animal Care & Control where unfortunately, the shelter is full and he shows us two beautiful dogs looking for their fur ever homes.
There are many reasons that middle Tennessee is an amazing place to live and with amazing people. This story exemplifies that 100 percent. After a tornado destroys their office, what the staff of Family Voices of Tennessee did next, will not only inspire, but you will see that their cause is…
On Thursday, the community of Franklin and Williamson County came together to host a blood drive for the wife of a beloved Williamson County Sheriff Detective. Thanks to the great folks at Blood Assurance for their help in telling this positive story. Our Big Joe has more
Our Big Joe takes us to the Cheatham County Animal Control and shows us a new program that is changing the lives of the pets there and those that volunteer. Thank you to Hunter Briley and Regal Realty Group for loving these pets as much as we do
Our Big Joe visited the Humane Society of Sumner County for our Pet of the Week. Along with our proud sponsor Regal Realty Group, we want you to meet "Addie" and once you hear her story, you will fall in love
It is another wonderful opportunity to bring you our pet of the week, as Main Street Nashville has teamed with Regal Realty Group to show you lovely pets looking for their Fur-ever homes. Meet Lucille!
Are you looking for useful ways to volunteer? Do you want to invest in your community, but are unsure where your donations will do the most good? Would you like to know more about the services non-profit organizations in your community provide? Read on to discover how you can make a differen…
How one family's passion for their beautiful special needs daughter has helped raise over a million dollars for middle Tennessee charities and shows no sign of slowing down. Our Big Joe on the Go has the story from Old Hickory Country Club
There's a big reason that middle Tennessee has such a vibrant theatre scene and starting Friday, September 17th to October 3rd, the Lakewood Theatre is putting on a vintage Agatha Christie play that is a must see in a great setting. Our Big Joe has more
They say one person can change the world, and this story is proof. Our Big Joe chats with Joyce to see How the Gold Star wife is keeping her husband's memory alive by never giving up in her quest that we all remember those who gave the ultimate sacrifice for our country
Less than 45 minutes from Nashville, Kentucky Downs is hosting live horse racing this weekend, and here is the best part, we are all invited. Our Big Joe has more.
We check in on the Humane Society of Dickson county with not one, but two, beautiful pets that have had a rough time but are so ready for their Fur-ever homes. Meet Adora and Wilson.
Their place in Whites Creek, called Piccolo Farms Animal Sanctuary has become so popular, they are expanding, which is great news for all involved. These forgotten animals are no longer just that, and with their unconditional love, it's sometimes hard to tell who saved who.
Hard to believe that in a place called Music City, we have only one dinner theatre in town. After a nearly 19 month break, the Larry Keeton Theatre in Donelson is set to open Friday with "MAMMA MIA!" Our Big Joe has a preview before the big show debuts and why you need to see it.