Lovenoise delivering Isaiah Rashad to Marathon Works
Lovenoise will deliver Chattanooga native and hip hop recording artist Isaiah Rashad live on October 10th at Nashville's Marathon Music Works. He is a member of the 2014 XXL freshman class and signed to Top Dawg Entertainment label which is also home to Kendrick Lamar, Schoolboy Q and Jay Rock.
Sun Sep 14, 2014
The Jackson Sun
Engagement: Olivia Jowers & Blake Weibert
She is the granddaughter of Sue Barber and the late James Barber of Jackson. Blake is the son of Christine Fisher and the late Harold Fisher and Diane and the late Jerry Weibert of Manchester.
Sat Sep 13, 2014
Columbia Daily Herald
Two Cents Worth
Middle Tennessee State University honored the late Andrew Mizell Burton of Nashville, Joe Crosswhite of Greeneville and John Sample of Knoxville, with induction into the Robert E. Musto Tennessee Insurance Hall of Fame, according to a press release. Burton, a Sumner County native, began his insurance career in Nashville in 1901 as an agent with the Sun Life Insurance Company and later organized the Life and Casualty Insurance Company of Tennessee.
Thu Sep 11, 2014
Voice of America
Water Therapy Helps Patients Make Small Steps
For people with impaired mobility, the world is one, long obstacle course. Even the simplest tasks can be a challenge, but as Mike Osborne reports, a research program in Tennessee shows that even relatively minor improvements in mobility can make a huge difference in the lives of people with disabilities.
Matheson, Thomas join Pinnacle's Lebanon office
Matheson, with eight years of financial services experience, is a senior vice president and financial advisor. He comes most recently from SunTrust Bank, where he was a vice president and business banker.
Tue Sep 09, 2014
MTSU works to stop on-campus sexual assaults before they start
Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro is trying to stop sexual assaults on campus before it starts and they are doing it by teaching males students to be better men. In addition to their year-long program to combat sexual violence on the Rutherford County campus, next month activist and international lecturer Tony Porter will to share his "A Call to Men" initiative aimed at stopping violence against women.
Mon Sep 08, 2014
MTSU Key In State's Emergency Communications Center | emergency communications, MTSU, TEMA,
Middle Tennessee State University has provided its expertise and resources to aid the creation of an emergency communications center that the State of Tennessee could use to inform the public and media during a state or local disaster or crisis. to kickoff National Preparedness Month at the Tennessee Department of Military-TEMA headquarters on Sidco Drive in Nashville.
POLITICS: More names in the hat for the Murfreesboro City Council Race
Juanita Thouin, who lives on Saint Andrews Drive in Murfreesboro, has announced her intention to run for the Murfreesboro City Council seat recently vacated by Toby Gilley. On the advice of Murfreesboro City attorney, Susan McGannon, Mayor Shane McFarland announced the vacancy is to be filled by citizen vote during the November 4, 2014 general election.
Sun Sep 07, 2014
Songwriter Neil Thrasher headlines Birmingham benefit for the Spirit of Luke
Neil Thrasher and Friends A Spirt of Luke benefit featuring Neil Thrasher, Kelley Lovelace, Wendell Mobley and John and Jacob. When Shades Valley High School's Class of 1983 named Neil Thrasher "Most Talented," they couldn't have known what was to come.
MTSU program seeks to prevent sexual assault
Middle Tennessee State University is starting a program that aims to reduce the possibility of sexual assaults on campus by targeting potential male attackers. The Daily News Journal reports that student orientation at the Murfreesboro university already had a section advising students about ways to avoid sexual assault, including teaching safety tips such as avoiding traveling alone and staying in well-lit, populated areas.
Fri Sep 05, 2014
Lake County Record-Bee
Scary, open secret --- parents of black sons believe troubles seek their boys
Amelia Ashley-Ward of San Francisco, with her son Evan Ward, who is attending Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro, Tenn. It's the time of year when hundreds of thousands of American parents are shipping their children off to college for the first time.
Thu Sep 04, 2014
Victim in house fire identified
Authorities identified the victim's body found among the remains of a Statesville home fire last week that appeared to be intentionally set. The victim is Alan Matthew Mooney Sr., 62, of Statesville.
Tue Sep 02, 2014
Authors to visit Cumberland for lecture
Cumberland University will play host to authors Gordon Belt and Traci Nichols-Belt as they discuss their new book, "John Sevier: Tennessee's First Hero."
Mark Randall Warrick Jr.
Mark Randall Warrick Jr. passed away on August 29, 2014. He was a native and lifelong resident of Rutherford County.
Fri Aug 29, 2014
MTSU Launches Program To Help Stop Sexual Assaults On Campus
One Mid-State University is trying to stop sexual assault on campus before it happens with a new unique campaign.
Thu Aug 28, 2014
Franklin's Printing Welcomes Chip Payne, Operations Specialist
Franklin's Printing announces the addition of Chip Payne as their Operations Specialist.
The vivid, sometimes vulgar poetry of Catullus fuels MTSU composer Michael Linton's latest album
The Roman poet Catullus' affair with his mistress Lesbia may not be the greatest love story in the history of Western literature.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
Food Pantry at MTSU needs donations to meet high demand
Classes just started a couple of days ago at Middle Tennessee State University, but the campus food pantry has already dwindled too quickly to meet the demand.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
Former Murfreesboro Mayor Tommy Bragg endorses democrat Lenda Sherrell for seat currently held by Congressman DesJarlais
Former Murfreesboro Mayor Tommy Bragg endorsed Lenda Sherrell as his choice for Congressional District 4 during a Lenda Listens tour stop at her alma mater, Middle Tennessee State University .
Obamacare: Universities Have to Cut Work Hours for Students, Profs
Universities everywhere are scaling back on part-time work opportunities for students and adjunct professors in order to comply with the Affordable Care Act.