Several cities in Rutherford County are pushing past the ice-covered streets caused by last week’s winter storm and patching up potholes reported by residents.
Middle Tennessee State University is launching a pilot project to promote widespread faculty use of free or low-cost digital course content that could result in significant savings for students who struggle to afford necessary textbooks.
The MTSU School of Nursing, in partnership with the Rutherford County Health Department, will join the State Farm Operations Center as a site for eligible Rutherford County residents to receive free COVID-19 Moderna vaccines.
State Rep. Mike Sparks of Rutherford County is proposing a State and Symbols bill that would add Dolly Parton’s recorded version of “Amazing Grace” to the list of state songs.
Mentor Leaders, a non-profit organization founded in 2007 and based in Murfreesboro, recently started Grace Ministry, which trains young African women to be self-sufficient while also protecting them from forced marriage.
The Rutherford Arts Alliance is featuring a temporary art installation in Murfreesboro’s historic downtown district that will be open to public spectators as soon as weather permits.
Three Murfreesboro bars and restaurants make an appearance in the Tennessee Department of Tourist Development’s 2021 Tennessee Vacation Guide published last week.
Roger Haley, the longtime city manager of Murfreesboro who was instrumental in bringing the Gateway to the city, died at 75 on Friday due to complications from the COVID-19 virus.
The 2021 Rock ‘n’ Roll Nashville Marathon and Half-Marathon will be postponed until the fall because of the pandemic, race organizers announced. The race had been scheduled for April 24-25. Because Nissan Stadium is a key venue for the event, the new race date is dependent on the Tennessee T…
Rutherford County Mayor Bill Ketron will appear before state election officials on April 14 on accusations that he violated multiple state campaign finance laws.
Wintery precipitation will remain throughout the state through Tuesday evening, the Tennessee Emergency Management Agency announced Sunday night.
Last fall Shelby Mason sat at a restaurant table near some work colleagues and friends. The meal was to celebrate a friend’s birthday; indeed, the room was adorned with balloons and wrapped presents just waiting to be opened.
A retired Rutherford County elementary school principal and his wife — also a longtime educator — say they are grateful for his restored health after he successfully fought thyroid cancer, and they look forward to getting on with life.
Reverting to a virtual environment may have affected the number of participants, but it did not deter the talent and creativity of the college students taking part in the sixth annual MTSU Computer Science Department’s HackMT.