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Ice Storm Warning in effect through Saturday morning

Ice Totals

Much of Middle Tennessee, including Nashville, is seeing slick roads again Friday, just days after the area was hit hard by an ice storm that ...

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Roads to become slick? Yes, but power outages a big concern

Ice power workers

1/4″ to 1/2″ additional ice accumulations possible We are all aware of the likelihood of slick roads for Friday night. However, power outages this evening ...

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AMAX Talent and Nashville Fashion Week Announce Model Search 2015

Nashville AMAX Talent Model Search

AMAX Talent is searching for aspiring models to debut at Nashville Fashion Week 2015. Eligible male and female applicants ages 13-30 have the opportunity to ...

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Senior Citizens Awareness Network volunteers check on seniors

Senior Citizens Awareness Network volunteers check on seniora

Clarence and ET Guice, who coordinate the Senior Citizens Awareness Network (SCAN) at the Rutherford County Sheriff’s Office, visited several SCAN members to check on ...

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Reserve deputy promoted to sergeant

Lt. Nathan Pagel get promoted

Lt. Nathan Pagel, right, gives Reserve Deputy John Morgan his sergeant’s badge when Sheriff Robert Arnold promoted Morgan to sergeant. Reserve deputies supplement the patrol ...

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Winnie the Pooh (Kids)- Production Postponed

winnie the poo

Winnie the Pooh (Kids) to has been postponed until February 27, 28, & March 1. Due to continued poor weather conditions Murfreesboro Parks and recreation ...

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Ice Storm Warning from noon today through 9 a.m. Saturday

February 20, 2015 Weather

It’s frigid this morning with wake-up temperatures in the single digits and teens. Most areas stay dry through midday. Snow showers will start up in areas ...

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Winter Storm Warning issued ahead of forecasted snow, ice

Winter storm warning

Another round of snow and ice is headed to Nashville Friday just days after the area was hit hard by a major ice storm that ...

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‘Frost Quakes’ responsible for strange noises around Middle Tennessee

Frost Quakes

A lot of Middle Tennessee residents have called police, news stations and even 911 after hearing what they describe are “loud booms” or “explosions” in ...

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Murfreesboro Electric Department Ice Storm Information

Murfreesboro Electric Department

The Ice Storm that hit our service area on Monday, February 16 th, was the first significant ice event MED has experienced since the Ice ...

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TVA Asks Consumers to Help Conserve Energy During Cold


With the coldest temperatures in more than a year expected to arrive overnight Wednesday, the Tennessee Valley Authority and local power companies are working to ...

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Weekly Crime Map

Feb 9th-15th, 2015

Lt. Larry Pace of the Crime Analysis Unit reported patrol deputies arrested two suspects for auto burglary and theft on West Trimble Road.   Patrol ...

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CityTV Produces Videos of Chapter 2, Growth, of Murfreesboro 2035

Murfreesboro 2035

On January 27, 2015, the City of Murfreesboro unveiled Chapter 2, Growth Capacity, of the Murfreesboro 2035 comprehensive plan. The 129-page draft report by consultant ...

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Weather update from the Sheriff’s Office

Winter weather update

Residents staying at home lessened the amount of weather-related traffic crashes and motorists assists from Tuesday night to Wednesday morning, a sheriff’s supervisor said. “We ...

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Winter Weather Closings for Thursday, Feb. 19 and Friday, Feb. 20

Closings and delays

Thursday closings Bedford County Schools closed Moore County Schools closed Murfreesboro City Schools closed (ESP open under Inclement Weather Policy) Reeves Rodgers closed Rutherford County ...

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Sign Stakeholders Public Meeting Scheduled for March 3


The City Murfreesboro will conduct a Public Meeting, Tuesday, March 3, to gather input from business owners and interested citizens regarding proposed amendments to the ...

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Snow exits Middle Tennessee; Extremely cold temperatures loom

Downtown Nashville ice

A heavy ban of snow moved across Middle Tennessee Wednesday morning, dropping up to an inch of snow and worsening already hazardous road conditions. A ...

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28 kids taken to ER with sledding-related injuries since Monday

kids sledding

It doesn’t happen often in Middle Tennessee, but we officially have sledding weather. While Monday’s winter storm crippled the city with snow and ice, it ...

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Child seat check Thursday, Feb. 26

Child car seat inspection

Parents who want to get their child’s car and booster seats checked for safety may do so for free. The event will be from 3 ...

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Mother, son helping stranded motorists hit, killed by semi on I-65

Semi accident on I65

A 34-year-old woman and her 10-year-old son were killed on Interstate 65 in Williamson County Monday night after being hit by a semi while trying to ...

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Closings and delays for Wednesday, Feb 18

Closings and delays

MTCS closed, extended care closed MTSU closed Murfreesboro City Schools closed (ESP open and operating under its Inclement Weather Policy) Providence Christian Academy closed Rutherford County ...

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I-24 near Bell Road slow after tractor-trailer jackknifes

i24 traffic

A tractor-trailer jackknifed on Interstate 24 East Tuesday morning, completely shutting down traffic for nearly two hours. The crash occurred around 9 a.m. At 10:40 ...

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Important Numbers to Remember

city of murfreesboro logo

For trees down on city streets and down street signs call the Street Division at 615-893-4380. For traffic signal issues call the Transportation Dept at ...

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2nd Annual Bluebird In The Boro is coming back March 2-4

2015 Bluebird In The Boro poster art

Concert series is presented by Reeves-Sain & Saint Thomas Rutherford Hospital The inaugural Bluebird In The Boro concert series was a big hit in 2014, ...

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Garbage collection schedule changed for week of Feb. 17


City Solid Waste crews are working to clear downed trees that have fallen on roadways. No garbage collection Tuesday. Monday’s garbage collection will be picked ...

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