One of the homeowners suing Rutherford County Mayor Bill Ketron’s insurance agency over an alleged breach of contract said, “This is just not right.”
The Murfreesboro City Council voted Wednesday to approve design guidelines on qualifying for Solid Waste collection.
Insurance agent Kelsey Ketron Randolph appeared before a state agency Wednesday to contest the state’s attempt to keep her from reactivating her license, but the case was continued to an undetermined date because her lawyer asked for more time to represent her.
Editor’s note: The Smyrna Police Department initially reported the suspect’s name incorrectly. The story now has the correct name, according to the SPD and the Rutherford County Sheriff’s Office.
A Murfreesboro man who has survived a shooting and a hit-and-run in the past two months was shot again on Thursday, police say.
Over the past two months, more than a dozen Murfreesboro businesses have been the target of burglars stealing large quantities of cigarettes, police said.
A Murfreesboro Fire Rescue Department (MFRD) firefighter was treated for non-life-threatening injuries after battling a brush fire Tuesday afternoon.
Six individuals were sentenced this week for their alleged roles in a fentanyl distribution conspiracy which caused a massive number of overdoses and resulted in at least one death, announced U.S. Attorney Don Cochran for the Middle District of Tennessee. The July 2016 episode also left more…
The Rutherford County Commission last Wednesday voted 14-6-1 to raise the property tax rate by 12 cents during a meeting that some commissioners say left them confused and voting the wrong way.
Three suspectshave been charged in connection with the murder of Christiana sports enthusiast Terry Barber, the Rutherford County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement Monday.
Tennessee Bureau of Investigation Special Agents are investigating the circumstances that led to a fatal officer-involved shooting Friday night around 8 p.m. in the 100 block of Chestnut Street in Smyrna.
A new water service interconnection between Consolidated Utility District (CUD) and Murfreesboro Water Resources Department will keep water flowing to CUD customers even in the event of an emergency, such as a major mechanical breakdown or natural disaster, CUD said in a statement.