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About: murfreesboro, tennessee

Located 35 miles SE of Nashville, the town was named after the Revolutionary War hero Cononel Hardy Murfee and at one time was the capital of the state of Tennessee. Geographically, the city is located in the center of the state and was the scene of a pivotal battle during the Civil War with the Union Army getting a morale boost even though the battle, although bloody, was indecisive.

Population: 101753
Local Newspapers: The Murfreesboro Post The Daily News Journal
Local Sports Teams: Middle Tennessee State (Blue Raiders)
Local Colleges: Middle Tennessee State University

Zip Codes associated with murfreesboro, tennessee: 37037 37085 37127 37128 37129 37130
Towns/Cities near murfreesboro, tennessee : Woodbury Smyrna Auburntown Blackman Eagleville

Murfreesboro News
Police: Man tries to pay Murfreesboro woman to have sex with 7-year-old

MURFREESBORO, Tenn. - A man was arrested in Murfreesboro after police say he tried to pay a mother to have sex with her 7-year-old daughter.

Man shot while chasing alleged thieves

A Murfreesboro man was shot in the leg by thieves who broke into his car, according to a police report. When two residents at 350 Treemont Drive heard glass breaking early Wednesday morning, one went to investigate and saw two men at his car, a window of which was broken.

Fugitive from Justice in Ohio for Heroin arrested in Murfreesboro

A 39 year old man by the name of "KingRobert" Dillard who was wanted in Ohio for Heroin distribution has been tracked down by U.S. Marshals and arrested in Murfreesboro. Police received information from the Marshals service that Dillard was on Greenland Drive in Murfreesboro.

Large 55" TV Stolen from Murfreesboro Walmart

Thieves are getting a little more brazen in the items they steal in recent months. A Wednesday theft at Walmart on Memorial Boulevard highlights such a theft.

Two Murfreesboro City Schools chosen as Model of Demonstration School

Of the 1800 schools across Tennessee, only 25 schools are Model of Demonstration Schools. TBSP provides professional development and support to schools on addressing the behavioral and social needs of students.

With Middle Point closure on the horizon, leaders are studying solutions

Members of the Rutherford County Solid Waste/Advisory Steering Council will meet at 6 p.m. Feb. 27 in the Murfreesboro City Council Chamber, as they continue to consider options for solid waste after the Middle Point landfill closes. Middle Point is expected to reach capacity in no more than 8 years.

Farm to School program grows with greenhouse

The newest greenhouse in Murfreesboro City Schools' grant-funded Farm to School program is now at Discovery School. The greenhouse provides students a protected and secure environment to learn about the growing process year-round.

Ketron files legislation to allow recall vote

State Sen. Bill Ketron will file legislation enabling Rutherford County to hold a recall vote for elected officials indicted on felony charges. But he's holding up on a county request for a bill to let city and county legislative bodies suspend officials facing a felony indictment.

Two men accused of stealing six desktop computers in Rutherford County

On Sunday evening, two men stole six desktop computers from the Walmart store in La Vergne. The suspects then fled the store in a white Ford Crown Vic.

Possible Pedestrian Bridge in Downtown Murfreesboro

The development of the area known as "The Bottoms" in Murfreesboro is still in the planning stages. One of the ideas circulating would be linking the area where Cannonsburg sits today, with the downtown square.

Noon Exchange Club seeking scholarship applicants

The Noon Exchange Club of Murfreesboro is seeking high school senior applicants for their scholarship program; Youth of the Month/Youth of the Year award. These students also will be eligible to receive a Youth of The Year scholarship.

Murfreesboro City Schools Students Design Their Dream Home

Students at John Pittard Elementary were outside mapping house plans last week after spending weeks focusing on ratio and proportional relationships in real-life form. This hands-on project is part of the 6th grade curriculum standards for mathematical practice and brings engineering to life.

District 7-AAA girls championship photo gallery

Riverdale defeated Stewarts Creek 57-55 in the District 7-AAA title game on Monday. The Murfreesboro Post photographer caught the following action: Stewarts Creek's Morgan McCrary looks for an open teammate as Riverdale's Anastasia Hayes tries to block the pass.

$4,500 Worth of lottery tickets stolen from Murfreesboro gas station

More Tennessee Lottery scratch off tickets have been stolen from a gas station, this time an employee is a suspect in the case. Apparently, the complainant called the police after discovering that an employee of the BP Gas Station on Manson Pike had stolen about $4,500 worth of lottery tickets, according to a police report.

MTSU Students Preserving Bradley Academy's History

MTSU students are trying to preserve the history of African-American education in Rutherford County, and you can play a major role by helping them. Graduate students in Brenden Martin's "Essentials of Museum Management" class, in cooperation with the Bradley Academy Museum and Murfreesboro Parks and Recreation, need the public's help in providing artifacts and identifying people in photographs as they revamp the museums' exhibit area.

Third lawsuit filed over Hobgood arrests

A Murfreesboro family says their children were wrongfully arrested at Hobgood Elementary and has filed a federal lawsuit in connection with the 2016 incident, claiming their civil rights were violated. Zacchaeus and Lavonia Crawford brought the legal action Thursday in U.S. District Court.

Murfreesboro Police arrest two men accused of raping a woman at College Grove Apartments

Murfreesboro Police arrested two men accused of raping an 18-year-old woman at College Grove Apartments at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 15th. The investigation showed that the victim was at a house-warming party at her friend's apartment when the rape occurred.

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