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Smyrna is located in central Tennessee, near Nashville. Smyrna began as an agrarian community in the early 1800s. The fact that the town's location was located along a railroad running from Nashville to Chattanooga allowed Smyrna to play an important role in the Civil War. A Confederate soldier named Sam Davis was captured in the town and tortured for information to no avail. He is viewed as a Confederate hero and his 160-acre plantation remains one of the town's most important historical sites.

Population: 25569
Local Newspapers: Nashville Scene Tennessee Tribune The Tennessean
Local Sports Teams: Nashville Predators Nashville Kats Tennessee Titans
Local Colleges: Motlow State Community College

Zip Codes associated with smyrna, tennessee: 37086 37129 37167
Towns/Cities near smyrna, tennessee : Murfreesboro La Vernge Cane Ridge Walterhill Nolensville

Smyrna News
Motlow enrollment mushrooms at Smyrna campus

Enrollment at Motlow-Smyrna is booming partly due to fun events like the annual International Day at the community college, but also due to Rutherford growth and the Tennessee Promise. JOHN BUTWELL Don't look now, but when classes start Aug. 28 at Motlow State Community College, the Smyrna campus off the Sam Ridley Parkway will be bursting at the seams.

MTSU partners with Rutherford County, Murfreesboro City Schools to train teachers for upcoming eclipse

Murfreesboro City and Rutherford County Schools teachers are receiving training from MTSU professors in preparation for the Great Tennessee Eclipse. A group of about 30 attended one of the 1.5 hour sessions on campus Thursday.

Unions Must Better Meet Workers Real Needs

Regarding your editorial "The United Auto Workers Lose Again" : The union representation election results dramatize the failure of United Automobile Workers leadership to understand what workers want and its putative members desire. Nearly three decades ago, in 1989, the UAW sought to unionize the workers at Nissan's first greenfield plant in Smyrna, Tenn., and was routed.

Smyrna impact fees could see hike

Passing unanimously on the second reading, an annexation by Smyrna of a 109-acre parcel near Stewarts Creek High School, on Rocky Fork Almaville Road at Morton Lane, will see more than 200 homes when fully built out. The issue generated public comment on the volume of traffic and the strain on utilities and roads in the area.

Nissan To Sell Off Electric Battery Subsidiary

GSR Capital will acquire Nissan's battery subsidiary - Automotive Energy Supply Corp. - as well as product development facilities in Japan and manufacturing operations in in Sutherland, U.K. and Smyrna, Tenn., for an undisclosed price. Nissan officials called the deal a "win-win" for both the automaker and its subsidiary, which was formed through a joint venture with Japanese tech giant NEC Corp. in 2007.

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.

Kon'nichiwa, y'all

They're here! Students from Smyrna's sister city, Zama, Japan received a warm welcome at last Tuesday's ceremony, held at the Smyrna Event Center. An echo of the welcome offered to Smyrna students in Japan, the sister city delegation entered the ballroom in to cheers and applause.

Nissan agrees to sell its battery business to Chinese investment company

The business to be sold to GSR includes battery operations in the U.S., England and Japan, Nissan said in a statement . The sale covers Nissan's battery manufacturing operations in Smyrna, Tennessee, owned by Nissan North America; in Sunderland, England, owned by Nissan Motor Manufacturing UK; and part of Nissan's Japanese battery development and production engineering operations in Oppama, Atsugi and Zama.

Coaches Corner

The coaches are back for the Prentice Alsup Heating and Air Coaches Corner, fueled by Chick-Fil-A and Donut Country. The show begins this Saturday with football coaches conversation.

County Schools receive $500,000+ grant to purchase CTE classroom equipment

Rutherford County students taking courses in mechatronics and health sciences will soon benefit from new, industry-standard equipment, thanks to a large grant the district has received from the State of Tennessee. Rutherford County Schools will receive more than a half a million dollars -- $556,300 to be exact -- from the Tennessee Department of Education to purchase new equipment for Career and Technical Education classrooms.

Rutherford County Property Assessor Year End Review

As we drive the streets of our community we see growth and change. La Vergne is exploding with new opportunity.

TCAT Students See the Future, Get Prepared

Bryan Rippy, 38, chuckles when he says he's in the prime of his life. But sharpening his skills is no laughing matter, and he understands the importance of raising his value in the job market.

Back to School items needed for children

A local church is collecting back to school items for children in Rutherford County. The collected items will be given to families in need.

Nurse for the dying suggests that Rutherford County Courts abused their discretion in her sentencing

An appeal was filed by a woman who was sentenced to serve ten years behind bars after she was arrested and later convicted in Rutherford County. The defendant, who cared for sick and dying patients in Middle Tennessee, suggested that the trial court abused its discretion in ordering her to serve ten years in confinement as opposed to allowing for alternative sentencing.

Topic 1: Smyrna resident needs a new kidney / Topic 2: Remembering Judge Keith Siskin

During the first half of the program we were joined by a woman who is in need of a new kidney. One the second portion of the show, Juvenile Court Judge Donna Scott Davenport looks back at the life of Circuit Court Judge Keith Siskin, who passed away this past July.

Smyrna police looking for trio for iPhone 7 thefts

Despite the manager doing what was asked, Columbia police say one offender struck two employees in the back of their heads with a hand gun c Police say the three pictured below took three iPhone 7's from the Cricket store on Sam Ridley Parkway Monday.

Her life is all about dialysis - Sarah Baker in Smyrna needs a new kidney

Life can throw us curve balls at times that we often don't know how to cope with. At other times, life throws us fast pitches that are altogether too fast to catch and we feel as if everything is out of control.

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