Republican Virgil Gammon, a 38-year veteran of the Rutherford County Sheriff’s Department, announced Thursday that he is running for sheriff.
William Cartwright will begin serving immediately as the La Vergne City Court judge, a news release from the city announced last Wednesday.
The Murfreesboro City Council and community members gathered last week to hash out grievances surrounding the potential rezoning of 101.7 acres of green space to high-density commercial space in Blackman.
Middle Tennessee State University professor Amy Harris has received the first Greater Nashville Technology Council’s Diversity and Inclusion Advocate of the Year Award.
The Murfreesboro Planning Commission delayed a vote about changing the name of Mercury Boulevard to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. for two weeks after a lengthy discussion to keep or drop the doctoral title.
The Trail of Tears District Boy Scouts honored Kenneth “Coon” Victory with the Smyrna “Good Scout Award” for his service to the community and raised $10,000 in donations at their annual luncheon last week.
The Murfreesboro City Council voted 5-1 to approve a 50-cent cost increase on residential monthly water bills to cover $48.8 million worth of water and sewer-related projects over the next five years.
Middle Tennessee State University reported 41 larceny and theft crimes and 9 burglaries in 2020, according to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation’s 2020 “Crime on Campus” report that was recently released.
Registered Nurse Wendy Underwood plays a massive role in caring for a Murfreesboro hospital’s tiniest patients and getting them ready to take on the outside world.
The Murfreesboro City Council voted unanimously to approve two amendments to the Murfreesboro Electric Department (MED) Pension Committee’s plan document during their special joint meeting last week.
With the 80th annual Middle Tennessee Strawberry Festival coming up this weekend in Portland, you know it must be time, or almost time, for picking your own strawberries at area farms.
Bethany Hall is flying over 4,000 miles from Rutherford County to Hawaii to help create a battlefield and remains database for the U.S. Department of Defense’s POW/MIA Accounting Agency.
With an estimated 300 waterfalls in our state, there are plenty of wonderful and affordable one-day waterfall adventures within easy reach.
Smyrna schools Stewartsboro Elementary and Stewarts Creek Middle School, are two of 140 Tennessee schools to be awarded a grant from the Tennessee Valley Authority.
The Rutherford County School Board voted 4-3 last Thursday to table the discussion on a new salary schedule that would impact nurses hired after the policy’s July 1 start date.