Yesterday | WGNS-AM Murfreesboro
A Nissan worker was killed early Sunday morning in the Smyrna vehicle assembly plant.
Sunday | The Daily News Journal
Murfreesboro city government is in great financial shape if it can afford to give all employees a 3.5 percent pay raise in fiscal 2014.
Mom and pop stores and small retail start-ups outnumber big box retailers and are the lifeblood of any community.
SMYRNA - Good news for shoppers in Smyrna. The Goodwill store on South Lowry Street will reopen this month, and you're invited to the grand reopening celebration.
An event that is rather unlikely in these political times took place at the Smyrna Rotary Club on Thursday.
It was in July of 2000 that three workers at Captain D's restaurant in Smyrna were brutally murdered during a robbery.
In this undated photo, Wilson Shannon gathers with his family in Smyrna, Tenn. Shannon has been named Father of Year by the Tennessee Justice Center The award is in recognition of his persistence in battling to obtain medical services for his son Eli, and for his extraordinary commitment to the healthcare of all children and families.
Residents will have the chance to view an exact replica of the Memphis Belle on Saturday, June 15, and Sunday, June 16, 2013, in Smyrna, Tenn.
A 21-year-old Smyrna man who was at University Gables was reportedly robbed at gunpoint June 10, 2013, as he was leaving the apartment complex, located in Murfreesboro, Tenn.
SMYRNA, Tenn. A middle Tennessee salon could be out $16 million if a popular designer handbag company gets its way.
The City of Murfreesboro has a plan in place for the 2014 fiscal year. That plans does not include a property tax increase which is one of the big questions listeners have been curious about after Smyrna raised their property taxes by nearly 20%.
In just the first six months of this year, 10 children have lost their lives in the United States due to hyperthermia.
During the months of April and May, a total of 342 charges were filed against juveniles for a variety of crimes in Rutherford County.
SMYRNA, Tenn. The Smyrna Town Council voted unanimously Tuesday to approve a 15-cent property tax increase instead of the initial 46 percent property tax increase proposed.