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Three Rutherford County deputies were isolated after a suspect they arrested told them falsely she had the COVID-19 coronavirus disease to avoid jail, said Chief Deputy Keith Lowery of the Rutherford County Sheriff’s Office.
Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee came to the National Guard’s Smyrna Volunteer Training Base Thursday to inspect and deploy the 146 men and women of the Joint Task Force Medical to assist 35 Tennessee counties at coronavirus testing stations.
First United Methodist Church is celebrating its bicentennial throughout this year, with activities including tours at its original downtown sites and the Windrow Campground, where a revival once broke out in Rutherford County.
The coalition of groups trying to add about 48 acres to Stones River National Battlefield received a boost recently when the state awarded it an extra $710,530.
Gov Bill Lee announced today that he has recommended to the state's school districts to extend the closure of the state's schools through April 24.
Eagleville School junior Haylee Ferguson has been named Rutherford County’s Youth Volunteer of the Year mostly for her extensive participation in the county’s 4-H program.
A former service member is refusing to let a sexual assault within the ranks stop her from living life to the fullest and is instead using her experience to inform and inspire others.
The Tennessee General Assembly voted on Thursday to waive the required 180-days of instruction, as well as assessment testing, for the current school year.
Members of the county government gave reactions to recent comments by city officials regarding county ambulance service and a failed attempt to collaborate on fire and ambulance dispatching.
The City of Murfreesboro and Rutherford County government reportedly are at an impasse over the shared dispatching of emergency services, with the city deciding to explore once again the option of starting its own ambulance service.
The Murfreesboro Planning Commission on Wednesday endorsed a request to rezone the old First United Methodist Church on North Church Street to create a mixed-use development.
The Town of Smyrna is receiving an $18 million loan from the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation to expand its wastewater treatment plant.
Gov. Bill Lee said Tuesday that he does not know how many coronavirus tests have been conducted in the state, nor does it matter – the only tests that matter are those that show a positive result.
Many Americans may receive a $1,000 stimulus check in the mail, possibly in the next two weeks, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Tuesday, and some taxpayers will receive an extension on their filings.
Rutherford County government fired its public safety director, Kevin Lauer, for allegedly not informing the mayor where he was and a conflict on goals and visions.