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Yesterday | WTVF Nashville
The concern has prompted many business owners in Maury County to lock their doors, even during regular business hours and let their customers in on a case by case basis.
Should vaccinations for children be legally required?
Do You Know the Constitution Better Than Most Politicians?
Thursday | Columbia Daily Herald
A change that requires candidates for Maury County elected offices to declare their political affiliation will also change the dynamics of campaigning and the focus of voters, observers say.
Thursday | Lebanon Democrat
Anthony Praino, 51, of Columbia, pleaded guilty Wednesday in U.S. District Court to interstate transportation of stolen property and filing a false tax return, according to David Rivera, U.S. attorney for the Middle District of Tennessee.
Thursday | The Tennessean
A solemn two-day, two-county commemoration of the 149th anniversary of the battles of Spring Hill and Franklin concluded this past weekend, with organizers looking forward to larger ceremonies for the 150th anniversary next year.
Dozens of potential candidates for Maury County offices took their first step in a new election process by picking up qualifying applications, election administrator Todd Baxter said Tuesday.
A Maury County firefighter responded to a massive blaze at his childhood home Sunday afternoon.
Fire suppression foam is sprayed on the house at 113 Katy Lane. The house, belonging to Rick and Jane Craft, caught fire around noon Sunday.
Staff photo by Susan W. Thurman A local retail store on Trotwood Avenue sets up a very Christmasy window display for motorists to enjoy as the pass but also to draw customers.
Joshua Dobbs threw two touchdown passes and ran 40 yards for another, and Tennessee broke a four-game losing streak with a 27-14 over rival Kentucky on Saturday night.
The Clarksville Police Department along with Montgomery deputies and the Tennessee Highway Patrol set up checkpoints and added extra patrols this weekend.
A 70-year-old Tennessee man told authorities he acted in self-defense when he shot and killed his wife following an argument over her dead father's shoes.
A Maury County man said he fatally shot his wife in self-defense after a Thanksgiving Day argument over a pair of shoes.
The Maury County Sheriff's Department is investigating a fatal shooting that occurred at a Culleoka home on Thanksgiving evening.