While the Alcoholic Beverage Commission would not confirm or deny the investigation into the three subjects, WGNS found that Lloyd Chisholm, owner of The Wheel Lounge on Broad Street in Murfreesboro, was one of the three apprehended.
Congratulations to retired Sergeant William Blake Boswell, who was presented the Bronze Star Medal 10:00 o'clock Saturday morning (7/23/2016) at the Murfreesboro Civic Plaza.
Greenhouse Ministries is excited to host one of the Murfreesboro National Night Out events on Aug. 2, from 4-7 p.m. The event will be held on Greenhouse Ministries' property at 309 S Spring Street.
Registration is open for the eighth annual 2016 Tennessee Business Tax Seminar Series to be held 8AM to 5PM on Thursday, July 28, at MTSU.
The public is invited to attend a Historic Bottoms Planning Study and visioning workshop in meeting rooms A and B at the Patterson Community Center from 5:00 until 8:00PM on Tuesday evening, August 9th.
A milestone in the lives of thirty students was celebrated at 6:30PM Friday evening with the summer graduation of 30 students in a ceremony at Riverdale High School.
The 2016 Jamboree at Oaklands Historic House Museum on Friday evening (7/22/2016) was filled with supporters, great food and toe tap'n music.
Now that it's "hot, hot, hot", tempers are following the mercury when construction creates roadway grid-lock. City Traffic Engineer Ram Balachandran warns "hot spots" to avoid in the 'Boro now through July 30th.
Main Street's annual "The Summer Party" was held Friday night (7/22/2016) at "The Grove", across from the Avenue of Murfreesboro.
A federal judge's decision to postpone Sheriff Robert Arnold's trial until February 2017 is throwing a kink into the Rutherford County Commission's decision regarding his request for 19 new deputy positions.
A local Rockvale college student has been awarded a scholarship from Farm Credit Mid-America as part of the organization's commitment to developing the next generation of leaders in agriculture.
Last month LightWave Solar commissioned a 33 kilowatt (kW) solar system atop the offices of Precision Air, a local heating and cooling contractor who specializes in geothermal systems.
The Tennessee Law Enforcement Accreditation (TLEA) Program recently announced that it has granted re-accreditation status to the Murfreesboro Police Department. MPD is one of eighteen Tennessee law enforcement agencies having achieved re-accreditation
Project One Four delivered a $75,000 check to the City of Murfreesboro on July 18th to add to an earlier $40,000 donation as the foundation raises funds for the $2.2 million complex planned for the southwest corner of Memorial Boulevard and DeJarnette Lane in McKnight Park.
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Tennessee comes in 28th in the nation for installed solar capacity according to the Solar Energy Industries Association.
Retailer Hastings will be liquidated and all 126 of its stores will close including the store in Murfreesboro by October 31, 2016.
These are the latest obituaries in Rutherford County...
The Thompson Lane and Manson Pike Greenway trailheads will be getting new restrooms. NewsRadio WGNS' Dalton Barrett has the story....
The victim told authorities he left his hotel room to walk to a nearby gas station. While walking, three men and one woman called him over to Motel 6.
Snorting heroin led to a 23 year old Milton man being transported to the emergency room in Murfreesboro on Wednesday night.
A 33 year old Franklin, Tennessee man was found dead in his car in Murfreesboro. The subject was parked in the Bonefish Grill parking lot on Thompson Lane around 7:00, Wednesday night.
Mark Gullion has been named the new coordinator for Rutherford County Schools' Special Education program, Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction Richard Zago announced today.
Rutherford County has been chosen to receive $120,786 to supplement emergency food and shelter programs in the county under Phase 33 of the Emergency Food and Shelter National Board Program (EFSP).
When it comes to treating concussed student-athletes, this is not only important, but necessary. Keeping the student-athlete in proper contact with his/her school faculty, family, and coaches is a crucial step in the student-athlete's recovery.
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