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14 hrs ago | Columbia Daily Herald
By the numbers, Fidel Pinote considers this past weekend's free medical clinic a success - more than 200 volunteers and nearly 700 citizens served.
18 hrs ago | Columbia Daily Herald
Candidates for some Maury County posts are not required to file campaign financial reports unless they receive or spend more than $1,000.
23 hrs ago | Columbia Daily Herald
A floundering free-meal program proposed for school children may get a second chance after the Maury County School Board agreed Thursday to reconsider a vote on the issue at next month's meeting.
Yesterday | Columbia Daily Herald
Jo Ann McClellan repeatedly tapped the microphone in an attempt to quiet the audience during Saturday's historical marker dedication ceremony recognizing Maury County's first school for African Americans.
Yesterday | Murfreesboro Post
EDITOR'S NOTE: The following is the fourth in a series on the upcoming judge elections on Aug. 7. Incumbent Mark Rogers and challenger Jeff Peach are matched against each other in a race for Circuit Court Judge, Division I, which handles primarily civil matters.
On paper the Maury County's $27.5 million budget for 2014-15 reflects a deficit, but Budget Director Theresa Weber says it's still a "good budget" that hopefully will end up even by the end of the year.
Candidate Joey Allen is leading in campaign contributions and expenditures against five other contenders seeking to succeed retiring Maury County Clerk Nancy Thompson.
A renewed effort to keep a funding distribution formula for victims assistance failed Monday, giving way to a recommendation to divide allocations equally among three Maury County organizations.
Emiliano Rodriguez Brannon, 23, 2593 Duplex Road in Spring Hill, was arrested Saturday and charged with aggravated rape, aggravated domestic assault and theft of $1,000 or more, according to Maury County Sheriff's Department records.
The aggravated assault occurred about 1 p.m. Friday in the 1100 block of South Glade Street in Columbia, Columbia Police Department Sgt.
Never one to give up, Commissioner Scott Cepicky made one last-ditch - and unsuccessful - effort Monday to fully fund a new $45 million Columbia Central High School before at least one-third of the Maury County Commission leaves office next month.
Vandalism of a vehicle was reported at Bear Creek Pike near Rally Hill Road in Columbia.
Whittorne Middle School could receive $4.7 million to replace aging infrastructure if the Maury County Commission approves the issue of a $9 million bond.
Balloon artist Scott Tripp shows Jacob Pillsbury, 11, where to twist his balloon to create his balloon sculpture Wednesday at the Maury County Library.
Updated: Sun Jul 27, 2014 10:21 pm
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