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Mayday Brewery's Folk 'n' Art Fest Celebrates Music, Food and Local Art
Mayday Brewery in Murfreesboro and The Art Barn are coming together to throw the second annual Folk'n Art Fest this coming Saturday, July 26, at the Mayday Brewery at 521 Old Salem Road.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Veterans cemetery planned for Parkers Crossroads
Knoxville jewelry store owners on high alert after a pair of similar robberies in the area.The first happened last week at Barry's Jewelry on Merchant Drive.
Thief aims for the Brewhaha'
In our shoplifting story of the day: A thirsty thief reportedly stole three 12-packs of beer from a S. Church Street gas station in Murfreesboro.
Vote Early, Save Time in Line
With early voting only halfway through, Rutherford County's Interim Election Administrator Rhonda McFerrin told WGNS News, "At this time, we've already surpassed the 2012 turnout."
Grainger County Tomato Festival held this weekend
Court documents reveal how the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation was able to implicate a longtime Newport police captain in a drug and money laundering scheme.
Murfreesboro police searching for missing Manchester woman after car, phone found
The search has intensified for a missing Manchester mother last seen at her place of employment in Murfreesboro, Rutherford County, earlier this week.
Manchester woman goes missing in Murfreesboro, SUV found at Greenway Trailhead
A woman who was last seen at work in Murfreesboro is now missing. WGNS reports that 30-year old Elizabeth Brooke Roberts was last seen around 11:00 on Monday morning at Harpers Point Luxury Apartments, but lives in Manchester.
Max Rubin Stewart
Max Rubin Stewart, age 67 of Christiana died Tuesday July 22, 2014. He was a native of Vicksburg Mississippi and was preceded in death by his son, William Max Stewart and parents, Ruben Clemon and Vivian Good Stewart.
16-year-old missing from east Nashville
Youth Services detectives are searching for Karla Hernandez-Santiago, 16, who was last seen at the intersection of Dickerson Pike and Grizzard Avenue.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Murfreesboro City Street named after former Planning Commission Chair Jack Byrnes
Jack Byrnes served as chairman of the Planning Commission during a significant period of growth in Murfreesboro and Rutherford County.
MTSU pact with Guangxi University to yield 140 students
The year-old partnership between MTSUy and Guangxi University will enable 140 students from the south China institution to eventually come to the Murfreesboro campus.
Unknown person or persons try to break into the roof of a Murfreesboro pharmacy
The Highland Terrace Pharmacy off of North Highland Avenue, near the old Murfreesboro Medical Clinic Office was broken into on Wednesday morning.
New President and CEO at First National Bank of Manchester, Woodbury and Murfreesboro
Claus Thormaehlen, chairman of the Board for FCB Corporation, announces the promotion of Tim Spry to President / CEO of First National Bank of Manchester, Woodbury and Murfreesboro.
Rape suspect no show in court
A Murfreesboro man accused of aggravated statutory rape that involved a Wilson County boy didn't show up for court Tuesday.
All About Jazz
EVENT: Patterson Blues Festival on Sat July 26 Showcases Regional and Local Talent
The annual Patterson Blues Festival features some of the best in southern blues, soul, and r&b acts locally from Tennessee as well as regional southeast acts.
Little Guys Movers celebrating new location Monday
Little Guys Movers will be moving into its new location at 1432 Memorial Blvd. and is inviting the public to its Grand Opening on Monday, July at 4 p.m. "We have outgrown our current location, and due to the increase in business, we have decided to expand our operations in a new building" said John Manning, manager at Little Guys Movers.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Olive Branch Church dedication service Sunday
Olive Branch Church has been a strong community presence in its short time in Murfreesboro.
MTSU extends research contract with the world €™s largest medicinal herb garden in China
MTSU President Sidney A. McPhee presents a banner from the university to Miao Jianhua , director of the Guangxi Botanical Garden of Medicinal Plants in Nanning, China, after signing an agreement Monday to extend a research pact between the entities until 2021.