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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
2017 Single Family Home Permits Drop 15% in 'Boro, Total $ Residential Construction UP

Murfreesboro's Single-family permits and New Commercial development declined in 2017 but residential construction by dollar value in the same period increased 15 percent. "Permitting of new single-family homes in Murfreesboro dropped somewhat in 2017 as lot inventory failed to keep pace with demand and a growing number of potential first-time homebuyers seek to live in rental properties due to the high cost of lots and construction," said City Planning Director Gary Whitaker.

Firefighters to go door to door for Murfreesboro Census

Uniformed Murfreesboro firefighters will be knocking on doors beginning this weekend as the City seeks to collect names and complete an accurate count of households who have not filled out and returned the Special Census form by mail or online. Murfreesboro Fire Chief Mark Foulks stated... If Murfreesboro can show the population has increased, the city can take some of the tax dollars that are headed to state government and retain them for the city.

34 Year old man in Murfreesboro pleads guilty to Sexual Battery

The incident occurred in July of 2017. Just last week Massoud was convicted and later sentenced for sexual battery in a Rutherford County Court Room.

Crime: Murfreesboro Police respond to aggravated domestic assault involving MTSU student at Student Quarters Apartments on Greenland Drive

Murfreesboro Police responded to an aggravated domestic assault involving an MTSU student at Student Quarters Apartments on Greenland Drive on Tuesday at approximately 4:02 a.m. Upon arrival, officers made contact with the victim, who is an MTSU junior. The victim appeared to have blood on her face, hands and in her hair when she opened the door.

Crime: Murfreesboro Police respond to aggravated assault at Saint Thomas Rutherford Hospital

Murfreesboro Police responded to an aggravated assault at Saint Thomas Rutherford Hospital on Tuesday at approximately 6:04 p.m. Upon arrival, officers made contact with multiple hospital staff members. The staff members stated that one of their nurses had been assaulted by a patient.

City awarded $6 million TDOT grant for new Transit Facility

The City of Murfreesboro has been selected by TDOT to receive a $6 million IMPROVE Act Competitive Transit Capital Grant for final design and construction of a new Transit Facility. The $11.5 million full-service Rover bus facility is planned on a potential 2.89-acre site located at West Main Street and Bridge Avenue.

Sen. Ketron announces $1,919 grant for technology training awarded to Rutherford County Library System

State Senator Bill Ketron announced today that the Rutherford County Library System will receive a Training Opportunities for the Public grant in the amount of $1,919.50 from the Tennessee Secretary of State. The money provides funding for the trainers, hardware, and software for free technology training classes for the community.

Tennessee Beef Promotion Board To Meet

The Tennessee Beef Promotion Board will meet Jan. 25, 2018, at 1:30 p.m. central standard time at the Tennessee Beef Industry Council located at 530 Brandies Circle Suite A in Murfreesboro. The agenda includes a review and approval of minutes, review of board finances, KRAFT CPA audit report, and a quarterly program update.

Indiana Man Found Deceased at S. Church Store

Murfreesboro Police Officer Cary Ridiner reports the Prime, Incorporated, truck driver was found by a security person with the company at the Pilot on South Church Street. He was called to the scene just before 5:30 Tuesday.

Will Mass Transit Reduce Traffic Jams?

Metro Transit Authority's Director of Community and Legislatic Relations Eric Beyer told the Murfreesboro Rotary Club that new state legislation may help Rutherford County solve its mass transportation problems. He was refering to the IMPROVE ACT that was signed into law by Governor Bill Haslam.

Memphis Man Charged with Assaulting Hospital Nurse

Multiple hospital staff reported to Murfreesboro Police Officer Eric DeLeon Santhanou Xayadeth punched, bit and choked a male nurse until he was unconscious during a scuffle. He even reportedly tried to gouge the nurses eyes with his thumbs.

County & City Schools Closed Again Thursday

Rutherford County and Murfreesboro City Schools will be closed again on Thursday. Thursday, January 11th was the last day county students were in classes.

New coffee shop and convenience store opens in Murfreesboro

Debuting their signature blend of quality and convenience in the Murfreesboro market, Nashville-based convenience store brand Twice Daily and White Bison Coffee opened their first joint store at 110-A John Rice Blvd. on Jan. 15. Owned by Tri Star Energy LLC , this new integrated convenience and coffee shop is the first of many slated to open across Middle Tennessee, including upcoming locations in Gallatin and Franklin. The brand new store is across the street from Sam's Wholesale Club at the John Rice Blvd. / Old Fort Parkway intersection.

Country singer Chris Young isn't 'losing sleep' over his sold out tour

The last few years have been a wild ride for country music superstar Chris Young , but he's not 'losing sleep' over it.' The Tennessee-born singer just launched the "Losing Sleep Tour 2018," his first major headlining tour in arenas across the country.

1964 Rolls Royce to be parked on display inside Reox Automotive

Reox Automotive will soon have a new friend in their lobby. A 1964 Rolls Royce will be parked on display for guest to view starting Thursday .

TVA/Murfreesboro Electric ask for voluntary reduction in power use

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Car Jacking reported on Memorial Blvd. in Murfreesboro

A Murfreesboro woman told police she was sitting in her car in the Walmart parking lot on Memorial Boulevard when she was robbed at gunpoint. The 36 year old victim said that a man came up to her car and knocked on the window.

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