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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
Fred R. Daniels

Mr. Fred R. Daniels , 69 of Woodbury, passed away unexpectedly on July 20, 2017. He was born in Pearsall, Texas on April 1, 1948.

Festivities honor late Nashville Scene editor Ridley, endow MTSU memorial scholarship

From left, Alicia Adkerson, Jim Ridley's widow and an MTSU alumna, poses with the Key to the City of Murfreesboro along with the couple's children, Kat and Jamie Ridley, during the Friday, July 14, celebration fundraiser in Nashville to benefit Ridley's scholarship fund through the MTSU College of Media and Entertainment. UPDATE: A special music-, food-, film- and fun-filled celebration Friday, July 14, honored the late Nashville Scene editor and acclaimed MTSU alumnus Jim Ridley, while also raising roughly $10,000 in funds for a memorial scholarship for young journalism hopefuls, organizers said.

VIDEO: Governor Announces $1M Grant for Mercury Boulevard Sidewalks

Governor Bill Haslam joined state and local officials at the Patterson Park Community Center to make a special Transportation Alternative Grant announcement. The Murfreesboro grant of over one-million dollars will be used to construct sidewalks on Mercury Boulevard between Southeast Broad and Middle Tennessee Boulevard... The Transportation Alternative Grant program provides federal money via the Tennessee Department of Transportation to build sidewalks, bike and pedestrian trails and to renovate historic transportation-related structures such as train depots.

Rutherford County Farmersa Market provides community with fresh produce, friendly atmosphere

The Rutherford County Farmers Market is open for the summer season, providing the Murfreesboro community with fresh produce and local goods from the Middle Tennessee area. While the Murfreesboro Saturday Market on the Square has been a well-known staple in the community, the Rutherford County Farmers' Market provides the same warm and friendly atmosphere that attracts locals wanting to learn more about the benefits of supporting local farmers and promoting healthy eating.

Ride along with a Deputy in the Rutherford County Sheriff's Citizens Academy course

Residents may ride-along with sheriff's deputies and learn about Sheriff's Office operations by taking the free Sheriff's Citizens Academy course. The 14-week class will be from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Thursdays beginning Aug. 10 at the Sheriff's Office at 940 New Salem Highway in Murfreesboro.

Everyone is invited to Summer Fest in Murfreesboro

What if there was a free event that allowed you to experience an insane amount of fun while being a part of a community that laughs and encourages for hours straight? New Vision Church in Murfreesboro will hold a special event for kids, teens and adults called SUMMER FEST on Sunday evening, July 30, 2017. The event will be from 5 to 7PM.

Suspect in 2013 Smyrna Murder still wanted by the TBI and Police

In 2013, John Bouavong was shot and killed outside of a Smyrna eatery. The man was thought to have been caught in the crossfire of a group fighting outside the Souksavahn Restaurant on Almaville Road.

Rates will be lower for energy in Tennessee, but your utility bill will be higher

TVA's fuel cost for August will be at its lowest level since April for residential and business consumers. That's the charge that is passed along to local power companies like Murfreesboro Electric to pay for fuel used that include coal and natural gas.

Our WGNS / Rion Flower Shop Good Neighbor of the Day is Cassie Porter

Our WGNS / Rion Flower Shop Good Neighbor of the Day is Cassie Porter who is always smiling and helping others. Today, Cassie Porter will receive flowers from Rion Flowers and Gifts located on Academy Street in Murfreesboro.

Sight too dim and sound too loud : a word-list sonnet

Sight too dim and sound too loud : a word-list sonnet By Robert Stone This poem, incorporating the following Word List, emancipate - twenty - consequence - wine - reserve - shift - noir - squeeze - America - superpower was written following the Poetry in the Boro, Murfreesboro, Tennessee, June 2017 meeting: By Robert Stone Emancipate the child not twenty yet and see the consequences of young free to foolishly with wine the whistle wet or wisely wait avoiding wild carefree. Yet what has been reserved grows old and stale and slightly shifting needs unbalance stores so managers decide predictive scale and doubters ponder over future scores.

Man accused of stealing over $1,700 in electronics at Murfreesboro store

A suspect who is likely from Woodbury, TN and riding in a white four door Infiniti sedan, has been accused of stealing well over $1,000 worth of electronics at the Target store on Old Fort Parkway. Evidently, the sedan has been seen waiting for him in the parking lot of the store when the thefts occurred.

$30,000 worth of Copper Stolen in Murfreesboro

Someone stole $30,000 worth of HEAVY DUTY / thick copper wiring out of a company shed that was secured at a construction site on Joe B. Jackson Parkway. The break-in was believed to have occurred on Monday night or Tuesday morning.

Man arrested by Murfreesboro detective on four counts of "Rape of a Child"

A Memphis man by the name of William Hightower has been arrested in Murfreesboro on multiple charges dealing with the rape of a child. Hightower, who goes by the nickname of "Tate," was under investigation since February of this year.

All Murfreesboro City Schools to host open house in August

Murfreesboro City Schools invites parents, students and families to its district-wide open house. All Murfreesboro City Schools will be hosting an open house at their school on Meeting school administrators, speaking with teachers, touring the school and asking questions are all part of the open house experience.

Murfreesboro: National Night Out Against Crime Tuesday, August 1, 2017

The Murfreesboro Police Department is partnering with the Murfreesboro Housing Authority, Murfreesboro Parks and Recreation, Middle Tennessee Association of Realtors, AARP, and others to host National Night Out Against Crime Tuesday, August 1, 2017. National Night Out is an opportunity for residents to meet their neighbors, law enforcement officers, public officials, and other community service providers in an informal setting with the goal of increasing communication about crime prevention.

A sunflower extravaganza: Batey Farms raises money for Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee

Calling all sunflower fanatics: Batey Farms of Rutherford County, an eighth-generation, family-owned and operated hog, row crop and hay farm, will be hosting the final day of their three-day sunflower extravaganza today starting at 5 p.m. "This is the fourth year of sunflowers," said Batey Farms co-owner Katherine Whitt. And what better time to venture the agricultural grounds than sunflower season? Whether it's the idea of allowing the sunflowers to serve as the perfect backdrop to your newest selfie or the excitement of losing yourself in the field until the sunflowers tower over you, you're bound to have a blast at the Batey Farms sunflower extravaganza.

New urgent care center in Murfreesboro near the hospital

Gateway is now open for business and has 9 state-of-the-art large patient rooms with comfortable seating and televisions in every room. They offer high acuity care, including on-site X-Rays, laceration, fractures, all types of colds, coughs, physicals and many other medical problems you need same day care for.

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