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More than 30 local vendors provided food and drink to help enjoy the live music from the Tennessee Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra. The event is a fundraiser for Main Street Murfreesboro, which promotes the historic downtown Murfreesboro area throughout the year. Main Street Murfreesboro Exe…

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The Milton community will have a small celebration Saturday to mark its bicentennial anniversary.

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Congratulations to the Rutherford County winners and finalists in the 2020 Main Street Awards.  All were recognized and the winner in each category announced at the virtual awards celebration on our Facebook page.  

With a population of 300, tiny Granville may triple or quadruple its size when it opens the door to its new Mayberry-I Love Lucy Museum on Saturday, June 13.

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Several dozen demonstrators gathered at the Rutherford County Adult Detention Center Monday afternoon to rally against the arrest of a protester from Sunday night.

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After 28 years practicing physical therapy in hospitals and in patients’ homes, Lisa Cisco transformed her talent and love for cooking, baking and sharing into a home delivery meal business — Granny Meals — last July.

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Our local businesses make special contributions to our community.  Show your support and visit these area businesses that continue to make a difference in Rutherford County including Ahart's Pizza Garden, Webb Aesthetic Plastic Surgery and Med Spa, The Bug Man, Middle Tennessee Gutters. Chil…

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Lauren Scott, a 12-year-old student at Franklin Road Christian School in Murfreesboro, decided to brighten up her neighborhood while everyone is staying at home because of coronavirus precautions.

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With his grandmother’s help, a Blackman High student is sharing a little of his life’s story to inspire and educate younger kids about their peers with special needs.

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Signs prohibiting handguns in the Historic Courthouse are being removed to align with state law that already allowed them in some county-owned buildings in certain circumstances, officials say.