21-years ago the Robinson family decided to open a family-run barbecue business at 1920 East Main Street, near MTSU. Since then, the Slick Pig Barbecue has become a legend.
Pinnacle Financial Partners, Inc. completed its previously announced acquisition of Avenue Financial Holdings, Inc.
The chief of the Murfreesboro Police Department calls into question the actions that led to the pursuit and subsequent fatal crash that took the life of a 28-year old woman on South Church Street.
State House Speaker Beth Harwell has announced the formation of a task force to look into improving and expanding TennCare.
Someone using Sheriff Robert Arnold's name has reportedly contacted at least one former deputy, trying to extort money to help pay for legal fees.
It's now legal to purchase wine in Tennessee grocery stores, and State Senator Bill Ketron, who sponsored the law, purchased the first bottle Friday morning at Publix on Franklin Road here in Murfreesboro.
The state Transportation Department is shutting down road construction projects for the busy Fourth of July holiday weekend.
Reeves-Sain is excited to welcome their newest pharmacist, MTSU and Lipscomb University graduate Taylor Black. While he is now employed in the pharmacy, he has been part of the Reeves-Sain family for years.
Residents who live in the City Limits of Murfreesboro have until 10 PM, Tuesday to shoot off their last round of fireworks for the season.
The Discovery Center at Murfree Spring is among the recipients of 700-thousand dollars in grants to non-profits from Nissan Foundation.
We have an update on a story about a Smyrna teen who is battling bacterial meningitis. Caleb Jones has made significant progress and was released from Vanderbilt Children's Hospital on Thursday.
Planning for a July 4th party? Make sure you buckle on the way to and from your event. The Tennessee Highway Patrol will hold a seat belt checkpoint in Murfreesboro...
Local nonprofit Special Kids Therapy & Nursing Center will present an acoustic concert with acclaimed Christian music artist, Matthew West, on Thursday, September 22, at New Vision Baptist Church in Murfreesboro.
We've got an update on the progress of the currently under construction Rutherford County Judicial Building.
The Salvation Army opened its doors to welcome new officers to the local community. Captains Joe and Melissa Irvin began their service to the Rutherford County community just this week.
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We've learned more about the arrest in Murfreesboro of a woman accused of hitting a Nolensville Police officer.
July will bring more hot weather to Rutherford County. And with that, you can expect higher electric bills.
It only took a moment for Judith Iriarte-Gross to open the envelope that arrived in the mail at her Murfreesboro home. For the MTSU faculty member, the contents divulged wonderful news that took years and decades of striving to achieve success in the chemical world and chemistry classroom for the dividend to be realized.
Mayor Dennis Waldron encourages La Vergne residents to enjoy Independence Day and asks everyone to celebrate responsibly. "We are proud to be Americans every day, not just on the 4th of July.
The City of Murfreesboro and Murfreesboro Fire & Rescue Department are proud to announce the long-awaited opening of Fire Station 10 located at 2563 Veterans Parkway.
Judy Sides will be the next principal of Smyrna West Alternative School. Director of Schools Don Odom made the announcement Thursday, with the recent retirement of Kay Davenport.
Murfreesboro City Schools announces the appointment of Shavon Davis-Louis as the principal for Cason Lane Academy.
Independence Day is upon us. As you celebrate the nation's birthday, be aware that July is the third busiest month for theft claims. According to State Farm®, Tennessee ranked 10th in 2015 with nearly 2,800 claims.
Metro Nashville Police are investigating the death of a man, found inside a parked car. They have identified the victim as Jason McGill of Murfreesboro.
Murfreesboro Police have nabbed the man accused of robbing the Fifth Third Bank on South Church Street. It happened Thursday morning around 11 o'clock at the bank, located near the Kroger store.
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