We're always interested in hearing about news in our community. Let us know what's going on!

  • Updated

The Smyrna Police Department posted on social media Friday morning that there was an accident at Sam Ridley Parkway at Industrial Boulevard/Stonecrest Parkway. Sam Ridley was closed at one point but re-opened; however, traffic was still affected as crews worked to restore the signals, and po…

  • Updated

Charlie Patel, owner of Stones River Total Beverage, has supported Wine Around the Square for the last eight years. He was recently asked why he is so generous to the community and why he continues to give back.

  • Updated

Smyrna Town Court Clerk Brittany Stevens has filed a $150,000 defamation lawsuit against the Nashville man and “John Does” who accused her and her brother, lawyer and County Commissioner Robert Stevens, of allegedly breaking state campaign finance laws.

top story
  • Updated

The Rutherford County government continues to study options for solid waste disposal and has spoken with different companies that recycle or repurpose waste for other uses, with a plan possibly being presented to a committee within two months.

Commercial real estate broker Larry Sims was appointed to the Rutherford County Industrial Development Board last spring to replace former Murfreesboro City Manager Roy Lyons, who had left the board.

top story

Redevelopment of the old downtown First United Methodist Church into a mixed-use project has moved one step closer to reality with a board’s recommendation to approve tax incentives worth up to $6 million.

top story

A Florida-based RV dealer is coasting into one of Southwest Murfreesboro’s fastest growing business areas, a 160-acre commercial subdivision named West Point.

Former Rutherford County Sheriff Robert Arnold has been released from federal prison and is living in a halfway house in Nashville.

The Murfreesboro Planning Commission on Wednesday deferred action on a South Church Street shopping center for two weeks after requesting more detailed renderings of the project.

A Murfreesboro man has survived the fourth apparent attempt to kill him in as many months after police say he was shot multiple times early Thursday morning.