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Motlow State Community College and Tennessee College of Applied Technology Murfreesboro signed agreements that will allow TCAT students to earn associate degrees sooner.

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MED’s approximately 47 retirees learned recently they stood to lose many of their benefits as a result of the utility’s sale, but after they contacted city council members, officials are discussing “making them whole.”

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An agriculture collaboration of Middle Tennessee State University’s Fermentation Science program, Motlow State and Columbia State community colleges has received a three-year, $300,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

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Rutherford County Schools is pushing its reopening back three days to Aug. 13 to prepare for 40 percent of students choosing distance learning.

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Murfreesboro’s new guidelines limiting sewer connections outside city limits has led to a lawsuit, with a developer claiming breaches of contracts.

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Rutherford County Mayor Bill Ketron announced Monday that the face covering order for the county will be extended through Saturday, August 29 at 11:59 p.m.

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Kristen Linton, a 2000 graduate of The Webb School, has joined Webb’s Alumni and Development staff as Director of Leadership Annual Giving.

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Steered Straight, a ministry dedicated to fighting drug addictions and suicides, opened a thrift store earlier this year, and sales have been so strong that it is moving to a larger location.

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MAHLE will expand its operations in Murfreesboro by adding approximately 300 jobs. The majority of the new business for Murfreesboro will be reallocated from other MAHLE locations, state officials said Wednesday.

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Construction is set to begin in the next couple of weeks on Alta Depot, a residence complex containing 308 units in 13 buildings on the east side of Lowry Street in Smyrna.

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Gov. Bill Lee said Tuesday he will issue Executive Order No. 55 to allow for contact sports to resume in high schools, if they follow the requirements of the TSSAA.

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The City of La Vergne Board of Mayor and Aldermen on July 20 accepted Matt Church’s letter of resignation in a special called meeting that lasted less than a minute.