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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
Murfreesboro Construction Projects April 22-28

Expected Lane Closures: Monday through Friday, Bridge is opened and nearing completion. Traffic has been shifted onto the bridge and traffic signal and incidental work continues.

Rutherford Schools: Extra security after shooting

Rutherford County Schools are in taking special precautions today as the manhunt continues for the Antioch Waffle House shooting suspect. Rutherford County, Murfreesboro Schools taking special precautions after Waffle House shooting Rutherford County Schools are in taking special precautions today as the manhunt continues for the Antioch Waffle House shooting suspect.

Candace Cameron Bure to speak at MTCS Legacy of Light Gala

Showers tapering off early with foggy conditions overnight. Thunder is possible early.

Scurry becomes first signee for McDevitt

A 6-foot-5 forward, Scurry will join the Blue Raiders in Murfreesboro this summer after playing one year at MSU and the previous two at Northern Oklahoma Tonkawa College. "I'm very excited to have the opportunity to play for a program like Middle Tennessee," Scurry said.

Shots Fired Investigation on Poplar Avenue at Ridgely Drive

Murfreesboro Police are investigating a shots fired call near the intersection of Poplar Avenue at Ridgely Drive. The report came in Saturday morning, just before 6 o'clock.

Tennessee Higher Education Commission to honor MTSU professor, student

John Vile, a Constitutional law scholar and dean of the University Honors College, and Robert L. Owen, a physiology major who is minoring in chemistry, are two of 10 recipients of the 2018 Harold Love Outstanding Community Service Awards. The honors will be presented at 1 p.m. Friday, April 27, in Conference Room D on the eighth floor of the Cordell Hull Legislative Offices Building, 425 5th Ave. N. in Nashville.

MTSU students receive financial aid from ATHENA Patrons Society

Scholarship recipients Rebecca Campbell, left, and Monica McKinney, right, are congratulated by ATHENA Patrons and Scholarship Chair Ashley Holloway at the 2018 ATHENA Award Ceremony at Murfreesboro's Embassy Suites April 19. Monica McKinny and Rebecca Campbell received scholarships during the 2018 ATHENA Award Ceremony April 19 at Embassy Suites in Murfreesboro. McKinny, a senior history major from Murfreesboro with minors in secondary education and cultural geography, was awarded a $3,000 scholarship for nontraditional students.

Murfreesboro City Schools

A focus on Murfreesboro City Schools as Kandy tells about expanded Extended School Programs for this summer, news on the last day of school, the start of the new BOB THE BOOK BUS service and more. School Director Dr. Linda Gilbert along with Communications Director Lisa Trail.

Burnette Chapel Minister Reacts to Waffle House Shooting

The Waffle House in Antioch where a gunman opened fire, killing four people, is just minutes from Burnette Chapel Church of Christ. That's where just seven months ago, Emanuel Samson of Murfreesboro, allegedly opened fire, killing Melanie Smith of Smyrna.

Opioid user: 'I'm tired of trying to survive'

'I'm tired of trying to survive': Opioid users seek alternative to manage pain Murfreesboro nurse: 'Opioids make me groggy a and I have a slow reaction time. CBD doesn't do that.'

Opioid abuse is taking Tennessean lives

Rain early...then remaining cloudy with thundershowers developing overnight. Low 56F.

AOC Director Tate, Judge Slone Speak at National Association of Attorneys General Meeting

Administrative Office of the Courts Director Deborah Taylor Tate from Murfreesboro recently moderated an opioid-related discussion at the National Association of Attorneys General's Southern Regional Meeting. Also participating as one of four panelists in the discussion was Judge Duane Slone, who serves in the Fourth District.

Screening of 'Resilience: The Biology of Stress and the Science of Hope' documentary held at MTSU

MTSU and Murfreesboro City Schools teamed up with Prevent Child Abuse Tennessee to screen the documentary "Resilience: The Biology of Stress and the Science of Hope" in the Ned McWherter Learning Resource Center Thursday evening. The film centers around the Adverse Childhood Experiences study.

Veterans Home funded

The U.S. Veterans Administration Department has stepped up to meet the needs of aging veterans in Cleveland, Bradley County and Southeast Tennessee.Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam, State Department of a The U.S. Veterans Administration Department has stepped up to meet the needs of aging veterans in Cleveland, Bradley County and Southeast Tennessee. Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam, State Department of Veterans Services Commissioner Many-Bears Grinder, and Tennessee State Veterans Home Executive Director Ed Harries announced Friday the receipt of a $26,224,263 award from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs from the State Veterans Home Grants program.

Tennessee's "Opiod Crisis" with Motorists & More

It's pretty sobering to think that Tennessee has one of the highest rates of drug related traffic fatalities in the nation. Statistics show that alcohol related fatal accidents have declined by 30 per cent.

City School's "Summer Food Programs"

Murfreesboro City Schools announces its sponsorship of the Summer Food Service Program at twenty-four locations this summer. With the school year coming to an end, the MCS Nutrition Department will be kicking off the Summer Food Service Program in May. In addition to designated school cafeterias, Patterson Park, The Den Community Center and Discovery Center will serve as summer feeding sites for breakfast and lunch.

Sunday wine sales not quite ready in Clarksville

Clarksville liquor stores can start staying open this Sunday, but most haven't decided yet whether to start this weekend. Sunday wine and liquor sales not quite ready in Clarksville Clarksville liquor stores can start staying open this Sunday, but most haven't decided yet whether to start this weekend.

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