A state board Wednesday approved an agency’s request to subpoena Rutherford County Mayor Bill Ketron’s insurance business records as well as the personal credit card statements of him and his wife, an official said.
Remains that may be missing youth Devin Bond were found Wednesday afternoon in the Barfield area, but the Rutherford County Sheriff’s Office is awaiting results from the medical examiner’s office for identification, said Sheriff Mike Fitzhugh.
Brittany and Robert Stevens and the Nashville man who had accused them of breaking state campaign finance laws have agreed to drop their legal claims.
The Murfreesboro City Council on Tuesday afternoon released its Wednesday daytime meeting agenda, which includes an update to the proposed sale of Murfreesboro Electric Department.
Reams of Rutherford County emergency responders searched for missing youth Devin Bond today on 1,000 acres at the Barfield-Crescent Road area of the county.
The principal and a teacher at Walter Hill Elementary School who were charged with misdemeanor child abuse are accused of dragging the student through the school by his feet, and it was captured on video, according to court and police documents.
United Communications and Middle Tennessee Electric announced that they have partnered to deliver a dark fiber ring to support the Rutherford County Emergency 911 internal telecommunication needs.
Shawn Wright, a sales affiliate with CENTURY 21 Wright Realty of Murfreesboro has received one of the company’s Masters Emerald Award as a top-producer nationwide.
Bradley Academy drama students have joined forces with award winning children’s show, “Adventures in Murphy’s Burrow”, for the 2019-20 school year.
Middle Tennessee State University is the winner of this year’s Tennessee College Voter Registration Competition, Tennessee Secretary of State Tre Hargett announced.
Dog agility competitor Tawni Millet of Christiana and her dog, Jolt, won the Grand Prix championship at the Cynosport® World Games hosted by the United States Dog Agility Association last month in Murfreesboro.
Smyrna Fire Department personnel were dispatched to a fire at 3464 Gambill Lane at 8:37 a.m. last Thursday. Four people inside the home escaped, but the family dog remained trapped inside of the home.
Students in an MTSU public relations class are ending a week-long series of activities to raise awareness of the freedoms guaranteed by the First Amendment by offering their peers a chance to receive a free Chick-fil-A sandwich for lunch on Thursday.
The Murfreesboro City Council will conduct a public hearing Jan. 9 for the Hidden River Estates development to be located at the entrance to the Cason Trailhead greenway park.
The principal and a teacher at Walter Hill Elementary School were suspended from the school and arrested and charged with misdemeanor child abuse, officials said Saturday.
A former Recovery Court counselor has sued the Rutherford County government claiming Mayor Bill Ketron committed sexual discrimination when he hired County Commissioner Steve Ervin to serve as Probation and Recovery Services director and that Ervin fired her in retaliation.