Feb 4, 2014
Some TN high school grads could get free college education
They've trained long and hard, changed their eating habits, and made being healthy a way of life.
The Daily News Journal
Class to collect history of Center for the Arts
The Center for the Arts and a class at MTSU are collaborating to memorialize the center's history, and administrators are calling on community members to add their recollections to the project.
Women's "f4 Studio" photo art on display at Murfreesboro's Center for the Arts
Four women from differing backgrounds, but with a common passion for photography, are displaying their work at the Center for the Arts gallery at 110 West College Street in uptown Murfreesboro now through January 30th.
Stone, Rudolph & Henry CPAs and Albert W. Norris, CPA combine Firms
The accounting firm, Albert W. Norris, CPA, announces its relocation to the offices of Stone, Rudolph & Henry, CPAs, PLC, at 124 Center Pointe Drive.
The Jackson Sun
Our view: New school programs represent progress
Three things, in particular, caught our attention: The establishment of an anti-gang program; the development of a new middle school gifted program; and the development of an accelerated early college high school.