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A Stop Scams workshop will be put on by Congressman Scott DesJarlais’ office on July 17 in Murfreesboro. This event is free and open to the public and will feature speakers from the Federal Trade Commission, Tennessee Consumer Affairs and the IRS. It’s a great way for young people, seniors a…

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Steve and Sarah Lovett of Murfreesboro were able to live out their dreams while representing the Murfreesboro Bicycle Club at the 2019 Tour de France.  As part of their trip to Belgium and France, they were able to attend stages of the race this year and actually ride part of the tour routes…

SmartBank has announced the hiring of David Scott as Senior Vice President, Rutherford County Market Executive. 

Stewarts Creek Future Farmers of America Chapter of Rutherford County team members display their awards after the final session of the fifth week of Tennessee FFA Leadership Training Camp. The Stewarts Creek team was presented with the Outstanding Officer Team Award at Camp Clements on June …

Pinnacle Financial Partners has added. Larry Miller as a senior vice president and financial advisor, and Cindy Pitts as a financial advisor assistant to the firm’s College Street office.

Motlow State student Alexandra Razo of La Vergne is congratulated by Assistant Academic Dean of the Motlow Smyrna campus, Dr. Gregory Killough (left) and Motlow Tennessee Promise Director Jonathan Graham for receiving a $5,000 scholarship through the Ellucian Pathways Scholarship program. Ra…

Motlow President Dr. Michael Torrence was presented with the GlobalMindED Inclusive Excellence Leaders Award in the 2 Year and Post Graduate Higher Education category at the GlobalMindED Inclusive Leader Awards dinner in Denver. Pictured (left to right): Motlow graduate Michael Celiberti; hu…

From left, Lucinda Taylor Lea, vice president emeritus of MTSU’s Information Technology Division, chats with ITD systems analysts Debbie Warren, Joann Batson and Janae Peterson at the dedication ceremony of the Lucinda Taylor Lea Learning, Teaching and Innovative Technologies Center. The cen…

Felecia M. Kirkwood of Chattanooga and Kenneth S. Bess II of Nashville are engaged to be married on July 26 at Marry Me of Tennessee in Murfreesboro. Mollie Slaybaugh is the officiant. The bride was given by her family, including parents Austin D. Kirkwood and Drucilla A. Lindsey of Chattano…

Charles “Chuck” Gibbons is now associated with Crye-Leike’s Murfreesboro – Broad Street branch office as a licensed Realtor.

The Murfreesboro City Schools Discovery School team won the national championship in the Elementary School Division of the Beta Club Quiz Bowl. Discovery School students competed against 20,000 students from across the country. Quiz Bowl - 1st - Jack Gray, Alicia Moreno, Grayson Lin, John Th…

The sale of the GE/O’Reilly distribution center to a battlefield preservation coalition is still pending and should happen by the fall, a state official said, and a preservation organization is collecting money to make the deal happen.

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A blood drive that has become an annual event will once again honor the memory of a beloved son who inspired those he knew before his life was cut short.

More than 400 attendees enjoyed Slick Pig barbecue and all the dressings at the 70th Annual Blackman Barbecue. UpTown Country Band provided the music and Party Animals Entertainment created the balloon art. A handcrafted ash rocking chair created by Tim Watts of Tennessee Chair Company was r…

Toot’s Restaurants has opened its fourth Rutherford County location, with the newest one having more seating capacity than the first three locations.

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Ron Alley and the band play for the crowd at Smyrna’s Fourth of July celebration at Lee Victory Park.

The Salvation Army of Rutherford and Cannon Counties is in critical need of food items to support the 5 p.m. community meal. The 5 p.m. meal is available to the public 365 days a year. Bring canned vegetables and nonperishable foods directly to The Salvation Army kitchen, at 1137 W. Main St.…

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Seventy-five kids spent five a few days last week not only learning about Jesus but also climbing rock walls, scooting down water slides and other fun activities.