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More than 100 supporters enjoyed a Halloween-themed event filled with laughter, music and even magic from magician Alan Fisher. Chef Alex Belew of Dallas & Jane’s provided a wonderful selection of food and desserts. The event was a benefit for The Journey Home. The organization was start…

Approximately 225 guests ate a breakfast of country ham, eggs, biscuits and gravy, fried potatoes at the Masonic Lodge in Smyrna. Since 1911, the Sam Davis Masonic Lodge has supported many groups and programs in Rutherford County, including the Masonic Widows and Orphans Fund, Meals on Wheel…

Business After Hours sponsored by the Rutherford County Chamber of Commerce will be held Tuesday, Nov. 12 from 4:30-6:30 p.m. at Redstone Federal Credit Union, 2404 Medical Center Pkwy. in Murfreesboro. Cost is $10 for members and $20 for non-members.

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The Rutherford County government paid tribute to veterans on Monday.

Steve and Becky Lanham of Dance Murfreesboro (730 Middle Tennessee Blvd.) hosted more than 75 people at the 10th annual Halloween Costume Dance featuring dancing, a costume contest and games, including a Pumpkin Relay. Dance Murfreesboro opened in 2009 and has participants in everything from…

“Rutherford Remembered, Snapshots in Time” booklets sponsored by the Captain William Lytle Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution will be available to order through Dec. 6.  The 34-page booklets cost $15 and the proceeds go to the chapter’s community service organizations. To order or…

Nearly 300 people attended the Doors of Hope event and helped to raise more than $80,000, according to Resource Development Director Emily Baker. Six chefs from Murfreesboro helped to prepare the meal. State Sen. Shane Reeves and Amanda Reeves were the honorary co-chairs. The Doors of Hope i…

Despite the misting rain and cool weather, the inaugural RAA Mural Festival was held in the parking lot adjacent to 117 East Vine St. Local artists, under the direction of artists Norris Hall and Ginny Togrye, drew the outline of Hall’s design on the wall. The next day, public painters helpe…

“Rutherford Remembered, Snapshots in Time” booklets sponsored by the Captain William Lytle Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution will be available to order through Dec. 6.  The 34-page booklets cost $15 and the proceeds go to the chapter’s community service organizations. To order or…

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Read To Succeed’s 2019 Celebrity Spelling Bee fundraiser will be held Thursday, Nov. 7 at The Grove at Williamson Place.

More than 2,000 attended the second annual Milton Fall Market & Craft Fair on Saturday, Oct. 12 at The Gathering at Milton venue center.

Middle Tennessee State University will a provide a “Finish Your Degree” informational event Wednesday, Oct. 23, at the Rutherford County Chamber of Commerce in Murfreesboro.

“Rutherford Remembered, Snapshots in Time” booklets sponsored by the Captain William Lytle Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution will be available to order through Dec. 6.  The 34-page booklets cost $15 and the proceeds go to the chapter’s community service organizations. To order or…

The JDRF One Walk drew a crowd of more than 3,500 to Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park on Saturday, Sept. 28. This year’s event, presented by Change Healthcare and Ford Motor Company, raised at least $875,000.

Approximately 125 guests danced and enjoyed the big band swing sound of Music City Swing, led by Karl Wingruber. The event raised more than $10,000 for the Tennessee Philharmonic Orchestra. Professional dancers gave lessons to want-to-be dancers of all ages.