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1,000 manufacturing jobs coming to Smyrna

1,000 manufacturing jobs coming to Smyrna

An unnamed company is bringing 1,000 manufacturing jobs to Smyrna in the near future. According to Rutherford County Chamber of Commerce President Paul Latture, all ...

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City Construction Projects for March 15 through March 21

Under Construction

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: Incidental work continues ...

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Annual ‘Child Find’ early screening March 21 at Barfield, Stewartsboro

Annual ‘Child Find’ early screening March 21 2

The annual RCS “Child Find” early childhood screening will be held at Barfield Elementary and Stewartsboro Elementary on March 21 from 8:30 a.m.-2 p.m. The ...

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Community leaders meet to discuss ways of making Nashville safer

Community leaders meet to discuss ways of making Nashville safer

Several community leaders met Saturday to discuss ways to make Nashville safer. Members from different neighborhoods selected leaders to represent their community at the meeting.The ...

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Participants in Murfreesboro event shave heads for good cause

Bald in the Boro

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Smyrna could change the way city issues speeding tickets

Smyrna could change the way city issues speeding tickets

The city of Smyrna could soon change the way speeders receive tickets within its city limits. City council members approved on first reading the purchase ...

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MFRD to Begin Annual Hydrant Flow Testing and Maintenance

Murfreesboro Hydrant Flow Testing and Maintenance

Murfreesboro Fire & Rescue Department will start its annual hydrant flow testing program on Monday, March 16. “MFRD personnel will test approximately 5,400 hydrants throughout ...

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Ribbon Cutting for Elite Energy Gymnastics & Cheer

Ribbon Cutting for Elite Energy Gymnastics & Cheer

Congratulations to Elite Energy Gymnastics & Cheer for their ribbon cutting on Thursday, March 12 at 4:00 p.m.  Elite Energy Gymnastics & Cheer is located at 2121 Battlefield ...

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‘Fix a Leak Week’ promoted with help from new animated character ‘Blue’

Fix a Leak Week

As part of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA’s) ongoing “We’re for Water” campaign, the City of Murfreesboro Water and Sewer Department is unveiling a ...

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Adventures In Murphry’s Burrow March Episode

Adventures In Murphry's Burrow March Episode

That’s what I said. Bunny Bread. This month Murph visits Lewis Bakery and learns how Bunny Bread is made. He gets up close with some ...

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Woman killed, good Samaritan injured in Smyrna crash

Woman killed, good Samaritan injured in Smyrna crash

A woman was killed in a car accident on Sam Ridley Parkway Thursday night. It happened just west of G Street around 9:45 p.m. Police ...

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Paralyzed dachshund found by dumpster up for adoption

Paralyzed dachshund

More than two months after she was found abandoned by a Donelson dumpster on one of the coldest days of the year, Smiley, the paralyzed ...

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College bowling team bus overturns on I-65; Several injured

College bowling team bus overturns on I-65; Several injured

Nineteen people were injured, including members from the Indiana Tech bowling teams, after a bus crash in southern Indiana Thursday morning. It happened on southbound ...

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PGA Junior League Team Tryouts for Old Fort Golf Club

Old Fort Golf Course

PGA Junior League team tryouts are now open to boys and girls ages 9-13. Players cannot have reached their 14th birthday as of July 31. ...

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Ribbon Cutting for Wal-Mart

Ribbon Cutting for Wal-Mart

Congratulations to Wal-Mart for their grand opening and ribbon cutting on Wednesday, March 11th) at 7:30 a.m.  Wal-Mart is located at 140 Joe B. Jackson Parkway in Murfreesboro (at ...

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School bus, semi collide in fog on I-24 East

School bus, semi collide

A tractor trailer crashed into a school bus on Interstate 24 East Thursday morning. It happened near the Bell Road exit around 6:20 a.m. The ...

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Murfreesboro detective found dead at home

Murfreesboro police detective Lt. Charlie Goodloe

Murfreesboro police detective Lt. Charlie Goodloe was found dead at his Rutherford County home Tuesday afternoon. The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has been requested to conduct ...

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I-24 Lane Closures

Lane Closure

Lanes will be closed on Interstate 24 while ICA Construction crews repair pot holes from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday, Saturday, Monday, Tuesday and ...

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FirstBank Conducting Goodwill Donation Drive in Rutherford County

Goodwill Career Solutions

Sixteen Branches Gather Gently Used Clothes, Household Items from Customers and Employees Sixteen FirstBank branches around middle and west Tennessee are conducting a donation drive for ...

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Cpl. Kapadia earns Sheriff’s Commendation for river rescue

Patrol Cpl. Nigel Kapadia

Patrol Cpl. Nigel Kapadia receives the Sheriff’s Commendation from Sheriff Robert Arnold. The commendation is the second-highest award presented by Sheriff Arnold.

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LoneStar Rodeo rides into town for SROs

LoneStar Rodeo rides into town for SROs

Cowboys and clowns delighted thousands of spectators with bronc riding, barrel racing and bull riding at the SRO LoneStar Rodeo Friday and Saturday at Miller ...

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Employees, volunteers help SRO rodeo

Employees, volunteers help SRO rodeo

Several Sheriff’s Office employees and volunteers supported the rodeo by manning displays and helping spectators. Patrol deputies directed traffic and Explorers parked cars.

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Wilderness Station Volunteer Orientation

Wilderness Station Volunteers

The Wilderness Station provides a variety of opportunities for individuals and groups to volunteer.  On Saturday, March 14, there are two tracks are available for ...

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Red light cameras called ‘un-American’ by lawmakers proposing ban

Red light cameras called ‘un-American’ by lawmakers proposing ban

“Un-American” and “an easy way out” were descriptions by two Tennessee lawmakers of the cameras designed to catch those who speed through red lights. The ...

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MFRD Responds to Duplex Fire at 1507 Middleborough Court

MFRD Responds to Duplex Fire at 1507 Middleborough Court

Murfreesboro Fire & Rescue Department’s District 8, Engines 1 and 3, and Rescue 7 responded to a duplex fire at 1507 Middleborough Court just after ...

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