Hannah Solima, a Spring 2021 Middle Tennessee State University graduate, will be adding another stamp to her passport next month as she plans to settle abroad long-term to begin a master’s degree program in Eastern Europe.
The city of Murfreesboro is partnering with Middle Tennessee Electric to shine a light on the downtown area with 300 LED lamps the both say will reduce the energy cost there by 66%.
If you are looking for an easy and fun day trip, this Friday’s Cottage Tour and Bazaar at the Monteagle Assembly Grounds is a good bet.
The Tennessee Democratic Party made Murfreesboro its second stop on a statewide “The Party is Here” tour to register 200,000 voters with hopes of increasing Democratic votership in upcoming elections.
The Smyrna Town Council recognized the winners of the Town’s Art Crawl in five categories — Veterans, Adults, Youth, and Best Use of Theme, as well as an overall People’s Choice Award – at its regularly scheduled July meeting.
The Murfreesboro City Council last Wednesday received an update on spending guidelines for the city’s expected $24 million portion of the federally funded Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery grant.
The Murfreesboro City Council voted last Thursday to unanimously approve conducting a $55,000 economic viability study to decide if alternative waste solutions would be a feasible choice should the Middle Point Landfill close.
The Central Tennessee Region Solid Waste Planning Board unanimously voted Friday, July 9 to reject the first phase of Republic Services’ application to expand the Middle Point Landfill.
The Nashville-based Moms Over Murder support action group met on the Murfreesboro Civic Plaza last Thursday to give mothers who’ve lost loved ones a platform to speak on their grief and raise awareness for the number of lives lost too soon to violence.
Two Middle Tennessee State University Honors College organizations are working together to bring books to little readers after receiving a $1,200 Phi Kappa Phi Literacy Grant.
A 54-year-old man is now recovering with a broken leg after being hit by a Ram 1500 pick-up truck while attempting to cross Brinkley Avenue in Murfreesboro on Monday, July 12.
The Murfreesboro Day Reporting Center & Community Resource Center held a hiring event last Wednesday to assist businesses in finding good employees and to help previous offenders in their search for gainful employment.
The Murfreesboro Lioness Club is entering a new chapter, bearing a new name as the female-only group works to continue its philanthropy efforts and serving the community.
Former Assistant City Engineer Michele Emerson is making local history by becoming Murfreesboro’s first female city engineer this month.
An armed Murfreesboro man in an attempted auto burglary apparently shot himself inside a car following a police pursuit, according to the Murfreesboro Police Department. The 19-year-old suspect was transported to Vanderbilt Medical Center, where he was listed in critical, but stable condition.
Joshua Sanders will now serve as Rutherford County’s first full-time fire marshal to accommodate the area’s rapid growth.
An estimated crowd of 8,000 people enjoyed not only a clear day and evening but also the fireworks at the Smyrna Independence Day Celebration on July 2 in at Lee Victory Park.