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Middle Tennessee State University graduates are preparing to head west to be recognized for their work at music’s highest levels: the 62nd annual Grammy Awards, set Sunday, Jan. 26, in Los Angeles.

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Assuming the sale of Murfreesboro Electric Department (MED) is approved by regulators, the utility’s downtown headquarters and a storage lot will be leased to the co-op for a nominal amount of $1 per month, documents show.

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Middle Tennessee State University now has a noticeable presence inside the Junior Achievement of Middle Tennessee’s newest contribution to teaching Middle Tennessee secondary school students about financial literacy.

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TDOT is engaged in a multi-year process of upgrading Interstate 24 and side roads to create a “SMART Corridor.”

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If you drink and drive, you don’t want to pass by Deputy William Travis. If you care about the public welfare, you most certainly want that impaired driver to come across Travis’ path.

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The Murfreesboro Municipal Airport has been awarded an Aeronautics Economic Development Fund grant of $1 million, the maximum grant approved from the Aeronautics Division of the Tennessee Department of Transportation. 

La Vergne attorney Charles Frazier and Elizabeth Taylor from the City of Murfreesboro Legal Department are two of the 33 attorneys from across the state that were selected for the Tennessee Bar Association’s 2020 Leadership Law program.

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The staff at Stones River National Battlefield plans to burn about 114 acres of fields and approximately 71 acres of forested area between Jan. 27 and Feb. 7. 

The Rutherford County Chamber of Commerce has named Lee Moss as the 2019 Business Legend of the Year, Deb Thompson as the 2019 Business Person of the Year and Shane Reeves as recipient of the Leadership Rutherford 2019 Pinnacle Award. 

Hunter Industrial, a division of the Hunter Fan Company, has signed a lease for a new 101,000-square-foot commercial and industrial headquarters in Smyrna.

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Preventing an active shooter from killing people and saving lives was the goal of Rutherford County emergency responders who completed an Active Threat Integrated Response Course.

Multiple charges were filed against a man accused of stealing more than $2,500 worth of property from Crescent Church of Christ, the Rutherford County Sheriff’s Office said.

Money for infrastructure in a growing county were a large part of a panel discussion with Tennessee Speaker of the House Cameron Sexton, other state representatives, Rutherford County officials and county school board members at the Smyrna Event Center on Jan. 8.

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Of the $302 million sales price quoted for Murfreesboro Electric Department (MED), a $43 million down payment is basically being paid by MED itself, according to public records and a radio interview.