Rutherford County coffee enthusiasts can now enjoy their Red Bicycle favorites at the restaurant’s second Murfreesboro location, this one on the downtown public square.
Rutherford County Schools ranks third among its seven surrounding county school districts with a 95.1% graduation rate for the 2020-2021 academic year.
The Stewarts Creek Middle School Robotics Team won three first-place awards — Best Award, Robotics and Best Booth Team and Booth Presentation — recently at the Music City BEST Robotics competition at Lipscomb University.
Rutherford County Mayor Bill Ketron has announced that the county has ended its plans to purchase the over-budget former State Farm Operations Center.
Rutherford County Emergency Medical Services Director Carl Hudgens will retire in January after 32 years with the department, the county announced in a news release.
COVID-19 cases and quarantine numbers crept back up for Rutherford County Schools students heading into the three-day Thanksgiving break.
The holiday season is often called the “Most Wonderful Time of the Year,” but it can also be the most expensive time of the year. With Christmas just weeks away, it’s time to start thinking about what gifts to purchase this year – and how to pay for them.
On a rainy Sunday afternoon, Rutherford County residents trekked up the stairs of the historic county courthouse to watch history unfold through the artifacts of the county.
Thanksgiving starts, whether we like it or not, the countdown to Christmas. Most stores start putting up decorations right after Halloween and some, before that.
The Town of Smyrna held its annual Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony on Tuesday, Nov. 23 at the Smyrna Event Center. The Stewarts Creek High School Jazz Band provided the music for the event. The Smyrna Fire and Police departments provided free photos with Santa and Mrs. Claus. For more photo…
It seems like there are all kinds of “life hacks” these days. A hack is a recently popular term for a possibly little-known way to improve something. Sort of like a secret skill or previously unknown method of doing something better.
La Vergne Police Detective Lt. Kevin Stolinsky’s life was celebrated with military honors last Wednesday at Roselawn Memorial Garden in Murfreesboro.
The Murfreesboro City Council last week discussed a drafted ordinance that, if approved, would require permits to be obtained by organizations that are serving food to the homeless and to people needing food assistance on city property.
Fifteen years and more than 14,000 meals after the event was created, Dr. Cary Holman and La Vergne Middle School are scheduled to host the final Project Feed on Tuesday, Nov. 23 from 3:45-6 p.m.
The Rutherford County American Heart Association has announced Carrie Beth and Kirk Catron and Nikkole and Jimmy Aho as the co-chairs for the 2022 Rutherford Heart Ball.
The Murfreesboro Planning Commission last Wednesday unanimously approved site plans for 313 apartment units along Manchester Pike and Elam Farms Parkway.