Record Turnout For Murfreesboro Christmas Parade!
Sheriff Arnold arrested Grinch at parade.
Record Turnout For Murfreesboro Christmas Parade!

Murfreesboro is such a special community, but at Christmas the warmth is even more noticeable. This feeling was felt when the Murfreesboro Christmas Parade began at 2:00 Sunday afternoon.

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NewsRadio WGNS Blanket Brigade Needs New Blankets for Homeless
NewsRadio WGNS Blanket Brigade Needs New Blankets for Homeless

Cold nights are here, and the NewsRadio WGNS is handing...

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WGNS Expands News & Community Commitment
WGNS Expands News & Community Commitment

Since 1947, WGNS has been taken seriously our commitment to Rutherford County. The "GNS" in Good Neighbor Station is something we work each day to uphold.

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Main Street
Main Street "Saturday Market" Runs Through October

The Main Street "Saturday" Market continues through this month of October on Saturdays from 8 to noon on the local square.

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Severe Weather and Flooding Possible through Tuesday
Severe Weather and Flooding Possible through Tuesday

Rough weather is expected for the mid-state. Severe weather is possible anytime through Tuesday. However, a cold front will sweep through overnight Monday into Tuesday and it's likely to bring intense storms.

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Murfreesboro Half Marathon is THIS SATURDAY
Murfreesboro Half Marathon is THIS SATURDAY

The streets of Murfreesboro will welcome 3,250 half marathon athletes on Saturday for the Murfreesboro Half Marathon. The race, also known as "The Middle Half", sold out in under one day when registration opened in June.

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Find friends, support and fun at the Alive Teen Retreat
Find friends, support and fun at the Alive Teen Retreat

Being a teen can be difficult enough, but losing a loved one at a young age is one of the hardest things there is. Coming up in Rutherford County Oct. 17-19, the Alive Teen Retreat will give grieving youths a weekend full of new friends, support and fun.

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Ebola!  Panic, or Not?
Ebola! Panic, or Not?

Considering that an estimated 36-thousand flu related deaths occur every year in the U.S. should you be afraid that Ebola will kill you? The answer is: No.

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Confucius Institute  Signs Pact With Discovery Center
Confucius Institute Signs Pact With Discovery Center

In a ceremony with traditional Chinese music, dancers and a guy in a giant Panda suit...

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Story of Forgiveness: Man has both hands cut off by Rebel Fighters in Rwanda and later forgives them
Story of Forgiveness: Man has both hands cut off by Rebel Fighters in Rwanda and later forgives them

A man who had his hands cut off by Rebel Fighters in Rwanda spoke to school students at MTCS on Tuesday. Today, he has forgiven those fighters...

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Attend the Heroes in Heels Fashion Show to support the local
Attend the Heroes in Heels Fashion Show to support the local "ABC" Breast Cancer Program

The YMCA "ABC" program, which is also called the After Breast Cancer program, provides comprehensive nutrition, exercise and wellness services free of charge to breast cancer patients...

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MTSU's Dr. Sidney McPhee Has
MTSU's Dr. Sidney McPhee Has "Creative Eye and Caring Heart"

MTSU President Sidney McPhee has created strong relationships with giant corporations and countries that dramatically benefit the university. His current photo exhibit spans a decade of trips to the orient, and shows a side of Dr. McPhee that many have never seen.

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