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About: murfreesboro, tennessee

Located 35 miles SE of Nashville, the town was named after the Revolutionary War hero Cononel Hardy Murfee and at one time was the capital of the state of Tennessee. Geographically, the city is located in the center of the state and was the scene of a pivotal battle during the Civil War with the Union Army getting a morale boost even though the battle, although bloody, was indecisive.

Population: 101753
Local Newspapers: The Murfreesboro Post The Daily News Journal
Local Sports Teams: Middle Tennessee State (Blue Raiders)
Local Colleges: Middle Tennessee State University

Zip Codes associated with murfreesboro, tennessee: 37037 37085 37127 37128 37129 37130
Towns/Cities near murfreesboro, tennessee : Woodbury Smyrna Auburntown Blackman Eagleville

Murfreesboro News
Stronger Penalties Alone Won't Solve State's Opioid Crisis

Patients have an array of tolerance to opioids, as well, from those currently addicted to those who are recovering addicts. As a result, each patient requires an "individualized" anesthetic based on their background and the procedure or surgery they're to have, says Terry, a Murfreesboro anesthesiologist.

Birdcloud's punk-country takes no prisoners

Birdcloud, the straight-outta-Murfreesboro, Tenn. duo of Jasmin Kaset and Makenzie Green, will tell you that they don't party as much as they used to.

Remarkable Rutherford Woman: Jessica James is spider monkeys' keeper at Nashville Zoo

Jessica James doesn't go into the outdoor play space with the rowdy spider monkeys she tends as a primate keeper, but this one's photo seems to be looking at her in the monkey house. JOHN BUTWELL Thunder rumbles and rain drums down on the roof of the four-seat gator parked behind the monkey house as Murfreesboro's leans back in the driver's seat, describing how she went from being a Siegel High School cheerleader to become a primate keeper at the Nashville Zoo.

Murfreesboro hosts vigil at courthouse for Charlottesville violence

In the wake of violent white nationalist rallies in Charlottesville, Va. that left three dead and dozens wounded, a group of activists stood outside the Rutherford County Courthouse holding candles on Sunday.

Vigils planned in Middle Tennessee in wake of violence in Charlottesville

Several vigils are planned across Middle Tennessee in the wake of the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, as protesters clashed with white nationalists. The Tennessee Anti-Racist Network spokeswoman told News 2 the purpose of their vigil in Murfreesboro is to stand up against white supremacy groups across the country.

Mayday Brewery faces criticism for beer description, issues apology

Mayday Brewery, a local brewery on Old Salem Road in Murfreesboro, has recently come under fire for wording in an advertisement printed on the cans of one of its popular brews, "The Boro Blonde." The brewery began canning the brew, which has been sold since the brewery's open in 2012, in July and held a can release party on July 28. However, the paragraph-long advertising spiel on the side of the cans attracted negative reactions.

Everett Jack Davis

He was born May 30, 1942 to Hurlan Herman and Mazlee Barrett Davis. He lived all his life in the Leanna community and attended Walter Hill School and was a member of Walter Hill First Baptist Church.

Yewell B. Reese

He was also preceded in death by his wife Elfrieda Reese, a brother, Jewell Reese, and a sister, Norma Dean "Deanie" Guess. Survivors include a son, Johnny Reese of LaVergne; a daughter, Sandra Brunelle and husband Bill of Murfreesboro; a brother, Jerry Reese of Murfreesboro; sisters, Mildred Haile, Shirley Caldwell, and Nondis Jordan all of Missouri; three grandchildren, Benjamin, Alex, and Steven Neusse; and two great grandchildren, Sara and Ethan Neusse.

Murfreesboro City Schools hard at work on training, renovations for new school year

Assistant Superintendent of Operations Gary Anderson explains the growth in students in the enrollment report as well as the school renovations. CHELSEY ZHU As projected by school officials in January, the majority of the 12 schools that comprise MCS have experienced increased enrollment for this school year.

Downtown merchants call for unified homeless services contact

Candy Carter of Last Call 4 Grace Ministries welcomes people to the Downtown Dwellers forum Wednesday. Also pictured are Jason Bennett and Amber Hampton of Murfreesboro Cold Patrol.

MTSU professor recognized as 2017 Tennessee Journalism Hall of Fame inductee

Stephen Leon Alligood, an MTSU professor and former reporter for The Tennessean, will be inducted, along with three other journalists, into the Tennessee Journalism Hall of Fame during its fifth annual ceremony. TJHOF is an independently operated organization that has partnered with MTSU to recognize outstanding individuals in the field of journalism.

Tickets now available for sixth annual Wine Around the Square

Thirty-one downtown Murfreesboro shops and offices will welcome wine, beer and spirit tasters Saturday, September 16, from 6 until 9 p.m. to benefit the sixth annual Saint Thomas Rutherford Foundation's Wine Around the Square. WATS is a progressive wine-tasting event set around the historic downtown Square in Murfreesboro; the purpose of the event is to raise funds for the STRF's Power of Pink, Rutherford County's premier program in the fight against breast cancer.

Remarkable Rutherford Woman: Public service is a family tradition for Mary Esther Reed

"Nothing is more rewarding than seeing something happen that you helped with," says Mary Esther Reed, Smyrna's first female mayor, who's spearheading the town's Blue Angel memorial. JOHN BUTWELL was still the mayor and council members were also commissioners over the various town departments.

Cecilia Ellen Lindsey

She was a native of Opa-locka, FL., and was the daughter of the late, Cecil and Myrtle Carson Spinks. Mrs. Lindsey was a member of First United Methodist Church and was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother.

Claire Elizabeth Phommasane

Memorial service will be at 3 p.m, Saturday, Aug. 12, 2017 with a visitation to begin at 2 p.m. until the time of service all at Woodfin Memorial Chapel. Mrs. Claire is also survived by her son, Alexander Phommasane of Murfreesboro; her two daughters, Hanna Oetjen-Phommasane and Caitlin Phommasane both of Murfreesboro; five brothers and sisters, Stephen Oetjen and his wife Chizuko of Franklin, Cristin Beckendorf and her husband Mark of Chandler, AZ, Scott Oetjen of Nashville, Chad Oetjen of Gilbert, AZ, Sara Dunham and her husband Chris of Lexington, MA, and many nieces and nephews.

The life and times of Scufflem ss Treeman

It's a crowded night at Mayday Brewery, one of his favorite spots. Boro Blonde, an American blonde ale, now comes in cans, and revelers are ready celebrate the new release -- including Murfreesboro's resident forest troll, Treeman's distinctive appearance sets him apart from the crowd.

Assistant city attorney arrested

Murfreesboro Police arrested assistant city attorney David Ives on a domestic assault charge after he apparently shook his wife in an alcohol-fueled argument, records show. City officials say Ives, 72, continues to carry out his duties despite the charge, according to city spokesman Mike Browning.

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