• Accused Walmart Murderers Indicted
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    Indictments came down yesterday for two brothers from Antioch in the January murders of two people in the Old Fort Walmart parking lot. Demetrius and Danarius Coleman, brothers, are originally from Chicago and are set to both be arraigned on 1st degree charges of murder on July 21st, say court records. They stand accused of […]

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  • 10 RCSD Employee’s Recognized For Saving Lives
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    WKRN News 2 RUTHERFORD COUNTY, Tenn. - Ten Rutherford County Sheriff’s Office employees were recognized by Sheriff Robert Arnold for saving lives. Sheriff Arnold presented Life Savers pins to the employees during a ceremony Wednesday at the sheriff’s office. The ceremony included friends, family and citizens that were rescued. “He deserves it, he saved my […]

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  • Multi-Million Dollar Expansion Planned For Nashville Zoo
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    NASHVILLE, Tenn. -Nashville Zoo officials announced plans for a major expansion project Wednesday afternoon. Mayor Karl Dean and Metro Council members, along with the zoo’s president Rick Schwartz and zoo board members, were in attendance for the announcement. The expansion will include several projects and upgrades, including a new entry plaza, new exhibits featuring Andean bears […]

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  • Rutherford County Habitat for Humanity ReStore Is Hiring
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    Good news, we’re expanding, so new job opportunities are available! This is a chance to work for a great organization that does meaningful work & has a big impact on our community! We’re looking for strong, respectful, energetic and friendly people! Must have retail experience, neat appearance, good communication skills, ability to multi-task, some computer […]

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  • Daily Rescue – Rango Needs A Home
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      This sweet guy is Rango. He is an adorable Bassett Hound/Pit Bull Mix.   I don’t know why he keeps getting passed by because he is awesome! Rango is calm and loving. He has been at the shelter waiting for a forever home for 4 months now! He is neutered and about 3 years […]

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  • The Most Terrible Cannonading
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    Cannons and crews from several states will assemble at Stones River National Battlefield to tell the story of the artillery at the Battle of Stones River and demonstrate the firing of Civil War cannon. The physical and psychological impact of artillery played a critical role in the Union victory at Stones River. Union artillery batteries stopped […]

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  • ‘In the City’ July Episode
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        The July 2014 edition of “In the City,” CityTV’s video magazine show, is filled with information about city programs, dedications, parks & recreation activities and more. Check out this month’s episode, hosted by Callie Durham to learn more about: •City’s 2015 Fiscal Budget; •City’s New Golf Course Ribbon Cutting; •MED Substation Dedication; •Movies […]

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  • Local Dad Charged With Killing Daughter
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    Infant Amanda was 5 weeks old when her father “violently beat her,” leaving her critically injured until her death at age 22 last year, said Rutherford County Sheriff Robert Arnold. An autopsy performed by the state medical examiner’s office showed her manner of death was homicide, caused by complications of blunt force head injury. Cold […]

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  • Gammon named to Professional Remodeler’s Top 40 under 40
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    Daniel Gammon, president of Southern Breeze Home Design Center, Inc., has been recognized as one of the “40 Under 40″ by Professional Remodeler magazine. The award honors the top people in the residential construction industry under the age of 40. Recipients are chosen based on their business success, industry involvement and individual achievement. “It is […]

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  • Rutherford County families pass out cupcakes to local heroes
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    While many Middle Tennessee residents spent July 4th attending picnics and parades, several families in Rutherford County spent the holiday passing out baked goods to community heroes. Dozens of local residents showed up at police departments, fire stations, EMS stations and veterans homes to surprise the men and women with cupcakes. “We really just wanted […]

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  • City Construction Projects for July 6 through July 12
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    Joe B Jackson Pkwy Construction Project (I-24 and S Church Street) Expected Lane Closures: Monday through Friday: 8:30 am to 4:00 pm: Sidewalk, base stone and curb & gutter construction work continues on Joe B Jackson Pkwy between S Church St and Stevens Bend Subdivision. There will be incidental lane closures traffic interruptions for stone […]

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  • Bob Decker to Retire from MFRD with 27 Years of Service
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    Murfreesboro, TN–Captain/Shift Training Officer Robert “Bob” Decker will retire from Murfreesboro Fire & Rescue Department on July 13 after 27 years of service. CAREER/ACCOMPLISHMENTS Decker began his career with the department as a Firefighter in July 1987. “I was working construction, but I desired something with more stability,” said Decker. “I went to MFD Headquarters […]

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  • Mooney Boy’s School
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    Today’s Throwback Thrusday Murfreesboro images are a drawing of the Mooney Boy’s School and a picture of The Mooney Boy’s School Dormitory as well as the regulations for students.   All images were copied from an advertising pamphlet for the school printed in 1904. Take a look at the regulations from the student booklet. Expectations were […]

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  • Body By Brad Giveaway Winners
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    Congrats to the following winners! Also, don’t forget to give Brad a LIKE for offering this great deal! Janice Shreve Brian Oliver Karen Corso Leanne Comstock Tara Lapointe Patricia Durham Parry Nollner Carol Vermillion Allison Ragsdale Sarah Feinstein Julie Hereford Nicole Simpson Melissa Herby Harry Bean Michelle Farley Cacey Frazier Heather Logan Chad Robinette Inez […]

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  • Ouch! What Just Bit Me?
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      This is the time of year children and adults spend countless hours outside, but there’s nothing that ruins a good time than a bug bite.  Sometimes, it’s just itchy… sometimes it can be more dangerous. In this video, Dr. Brady Allen with Physician’s Urgent Care in Brentwood and Franklin tells us how to treat insect bites […]

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