Rutherford County Mayor Bill Ketron’s daughter, Kelsey Ketron Randolph, who is on probation on charges related to an investigation of the family’s insurance business, unsuccessfully applied for two jobs in the county property assessor’s office, according to public records and a county official.
Antique tractor and steam engine enthusiasts from all over the nation chugged in to Eagleville recently to thresh, pull and saw — and even throw a few skillets and wrenches around.
Marc Adkins, Smyrna vice mayor, was arrested Thursday morning by the Tennessee Highway Patrol on a charge of driving under the influence, according to the Rutherford County Sheriff’s Office.
Holloway High School has experienced an artful public outreach effort by the members of Murfreesboro’s Experience Community church in the form of a mural showcasing the school’s history.
Middle Tennessee State University athletic department administrator Diane Turnham has been selected as the recipient of the 2020 ATHENA Award.
Middle Tennessee State University reported the largest year-over-year gains in enrollment this fall among the state’s locally governed higher education institutions, the school’s Board of Trustees were told last week.
Part of the proceeds from the sale of Murfreesboro Electric Department could fund a new foundation to serve community needs, in addition to providing for capital projects, according to recent City Council discussions.
The Rutherford County Emergency Communications District’s 9-1-1 Administration and Training Center was renamed last Friday for long-time board member and treasurer John D. Hood.
Rutherford County Mayor Bill Ketron announced Monday afternoon that the Rutherford County face covering order set to expire on Sept. 30 will instead be lifted on Tuesday, September 22, at 5:00 p.m. CDT.
A Murfreesboro Police Department firearms instructor is facing possible termination for allegedly taking thousands of rounds of ammunition for personal use.
Retired Rutherford County teacher Barbara Turner said she continues to learn new things about her family by perusing hundreds of letters her later father exchanged with loved ones while serving in the Navy in World War II.
This is a summary of Gov. Bill Lee’s COVID-19 press conference from Sept. 17. Officials spoke about visitations at nursing homes and a refusal to give Metro Nashville virus relief funds.
Vanderbilt University Medical Center is appealing a state board’s rejection of its application to build a hospital in Murfreesboro, which is considered the state’s fastest growing city.
Tennessee will hold school districts harmless when it comes to enrollment numbers for purposes of BEP funding, and people receiving unemployment benefits soon will have to show they are searching for jobs, Gov. Bill Lee said Wednesday.
Two Murfreesboro residents were among three Tennessee Air National Guard members killed Sept. 8 after a civilian aircraft crashed in McMinnville after a series of flights earlier in the day.
Recently retired Circuit Court Judge Royce Taylor praised the importance of annual Sept. 11 memorial events to teach younger generations of the sacrifices of first responders that day.
September is National Suicide Prevention Month, and despite startling results from a CDC survey showing large numbers of people having contemplated suicide, mental health advocates are saying there is hope and help.
Two sets of property owners are among those in Christiana-Plainview who are questioning what the Rutherford County Highway Department is offering to pay them to buy right-of-way to improve roads for an elementary school set to open by fall 2021.
This is a summary of Gov. Bill Lee’s press conference from Sept. 10. Topics included police reforms, controversies surrounding Education Commissioner Penny Schwinn and state procurements.