The Exchange Club of Murfreesboro has named Andrew Carter as the FireFighter / Advanced EMT of the Year.
Brittany Stevens has published “Smyrna Spotlights – Journey Through Local Smyrna” to shine a bright light on 46 locally owned businesses in the Rutherford County town.
The Murfreesboro City Council unanimously approved last Thursday the $155,354 purchase of water and sewer line materials to make updates along five city streets.
Students and employees at both city and county schools maintained the downward trend in COVID-19 cases and quarantines last week that started following the end of Fall Break on Oct. 11.
Murfreesboro resident Hazel Tarpley had an early 96th birthday celebration with her Mindful Care friends and family at First United Methodist Church last week.
The Murfreesboro Planning Commission approved the resubmitted initial design review for a 24,658 square-foot commercial center and gas station to be built along Medical Center Parkway and Silohill Lane.
McFadden School of Excellence in Murfreesboro has been named the top-ranked elementary school in Tennessee by U.S. News & World Report, according to a news release from Rutherford County Schools.
The Center for the Arts is finally reopening its doors and resuming its season since the start of the pandemic with the family-friendly favorite “Little Women — The Musical”.
Four-legged athletes from across the country will soon pad their paws into Murfreesboro for an opportunity to show off their skills in a five-day agility competition to reveal which canine competitor is top dog.
The Murfreesboro City Council is working toward finalizing its plans for the management of the $300 million dollar community investment piece gained with the sale of the Murfreesboro Electric Department.
The Rutherford County School Board voted 4-3 to allow its employees to opt-out of the school district’s mask requirement policy, which will remain in place until the county’s average weekly positivity rate reaches 10% or lower for three consecutive weeks.
The Rutherford County Commission voted 18-1 last Thursday to approve the new boundary map created by the Redistricting Committee using the 2020 data collected by the U.S. Census Bureau.
Smyrna Town Manager Brian Hercules announced at the Smyrna Town Council meeting last week that the Tennessee Comptroller of the Treasury certified that the town submitted its annual budget in a timely manner, and that it was a balanced budget.
Middle Tennessee State University dropped Rutherford County Juvenile Judge Donna Scott Davenport as an adjunct professor following media reports last week of her involvement of the jailing of four Black county elementary school children in 2016.
The Murfreesboro Planning Commission voted last week to recommend the construction of a 19-acre athletics facility at Providence Christian Academy on Dejarnette Lane.
Revving up the pink Ruby Walsh, 96, smiles big on the back of a motorcycle before the 15th Annual Breast Cancer Awareness Ride to Henry Horton State Park recently. Nearly 250 motorcycle riders joined the event. For details and more photos, see A3.
Paramedic Alice Swinford was selected by The Exchange Club of Murfreesboro as the Rutherford County EMS of the year at a luncheon at Through the Grapevine restaurant.
One of my favorite holiday traditions is to walk the Thanksgiving Day Boulevard Bolt along Belle Meade Boulevard with family and friends.
Rutherford County has received over half a million dollars in Tennessee Highway Safety Office grants to support safe-driving initiatives and attempt to reduce the number of traffic incidents.
Smyrna-based guitar instructor Lance Allen has built a career on his six-string skills that continues to grow, much like the well-oiled beard he sports on his chin.
Rutherford County Sheriff’s Deputy Roscoe Sanders is suing the department for $2.5 million in damages after allegedly being denied a promotion on the grounds of racial discrimination in the summer of 2020.