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Tennessee's 1st Hemp Dispensary Opens In Murfreesboro

MURFREESBORO, Tenn. - The first hemp dispensary is open in Tennessee, and people are flocking to the Murfreesboro store to see if the cannabis plant can really help with their pain.

WTVF - 2018-06-16 23:25:55

Three pedestrians hit in multiple I-24 accident

jreynolds@mainstreetmediatn.comThree people sitting in the median of Interstate 24 while a tire was being changed on their van were struck by a Camaro involved in a three-vehicle accident Saturday, the THP said.Full details are not yet available, and police are investigating the incident.

MURFREESBORO POST - 2018-06-17 02:59:00

3 Indicted In Lawrence County Homicide

Tennessee Bureau of Investigation agents identified Paul McNeal, Jimmy Dale Hogan, and Charles Timothy Rowden as suspects in the case.

WTVF

RC Cola & Moon Pie Festival

If people-watching is your idea of fun, then head down to Bell Buckle, Tenn. —about an hour-and-change southeast of Nashville — for the small town’s annual RC Cola & Moon Pie Festival. You’ll see thousands of folks from all walks of life hit the tiny burg (population 500) to shop at the antique stor

NASHVILLE SCENE - 2018-06-16 11:00:00

Teen fakes illness, escapes from Columbia juvenile detention center

According to investigators, while handcuffed and shackled, the dangerous teen got away from the guard and jumped in an open window of a waiting get-a-way car - a black Camaro - that whisked the felon to freedom.

WKRN

Why MoonPies are thrown into crowd at Tennessee town's annual parade

Tom O'Care bites into a MoonPie at the 24th Annual RCÑMoonPie Festival Saturday June 16, 2018, in Bell Buckle, Tenn.Larry McCormack / The TennesseanFullscreen

THE TENNESSEAN - 2018-06-16 23:20:00

Eminem to Critics of His Show’s Loud Gunshot Sound Effects: “You Shouldn’t Be Here”

© Eminem photo by Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic for Bonnaroo Arts And Music FestivalMANCHESTER, TN - JUNE 09: (EDITORS NOTE: Image contains profanity.) Eminem performs on What Stage during day 3 of the 2018 Bonnaroo Arts And Music Festival on June 9, 2018 in Manchester, Tennessee. (Photo by Jeff Kravitz/Fi

MSN.COM - 2018-06-17 17:17:23

Frugal Franklin: Best deals for bargain shoppers in Franklin

When people think of Franklin they most likely think of the lovely historic homes and businesses, or the quaint 1800s downtown square, with its boutiques and hip restaurants and the signature Franklin Theatre.

THE TENNESSEAN

Non-Profit to Provide Free Dental, Vision and Medical Care in Columbia for 2 Days - Williamson Source

Remote Area Medical- RAM™ — a major non-profit provider of mobile medical clinics delivering free, high-quality, dental, vision, and medical care to underserved and uninsured individuals– is coming to Whitthorne Middle School in Columbia, TN on July 14-15. This particular RAM clinic is made possible

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Lightning strike causes temporary power outage, small fire for Spring Hill residents

Robert Bailey, a resident of Spring Hill for nine years, lives right by where the telephone pole was stuck and had rushed out to see the commotion.

SPRINGHILLHOMEPAGE.COM - 2018-06-16 00:41:25

Kidnapping charges dropped against Shelbyville man after witness gives false report

Bransford, 26, was wanted for questioning last weekend in the reported attempted kidnapping of two children.

WKRN

Businesses thrive in Spring Hill

SPRING HILL, Tenn. - Just like in Nashville, there’s also a lot of development going on right now in Spring Hill.

WKRN

Trio indicted on charges including murder in arson-related death of Middle Tennessee man

Paul McNeal, 47, Jimmy Dale Hogan 52, and Charles Timothy Rowden, 50, stand accused in the killing of 50-year-old Connis Ray Blake Jr., whose burned remains were found inside his Ethridge Redhill Road home earlier this year.

THE TENNESSEAN

3 charged in Lawrence County murder

Wednesday, a special paneled grand jury indicted three people, who were arrested Wednesday evening, in connection with the death of Connis Ray (Butch) Blake Jr., 50, Red Hill Road, which is just north of Lawrenceburg.

TIMES DAILY

Pulaski theater manager discovers hidden treasure, lost for nearly 100 years

When her operation began to outgrow their space in Lynnville, she and her husband set out looking for a new place to perform and practice. After settling on a space, Pierchoski was approached by a man, and the ensuing conversation altered her life forever.

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After nearly dying from cardiac arrest, man gets to thank the Rutherford County paramedics who saved his life

On May 18, tragedy struck in the foyer of the Dudleys’ Murfreesboro home. On Thursday, Toby Dudley finally got to meet the people who saved his life.

DAILY NEWS JOURNAL

5 vehicles worth $319,000 stolen from Ford dealer

Ford of Murfreesboro reported the thefts of five vehicles valued at $319,660 over the course of two nights the weekend of June 9-10.The Murfreesboro Police Department posted two nighttime photos on Facebook that it says is of people who were the last to look at the stolen vehicles. The post asks peo

MURFREESBORO POST

Former KKK Grand Wizard David Duke headlining weekend conference at state park

He will be joined by Michael Hill, president of League of the South, which organized an October anti-immigration"White Lives Matter" rally in Shelbyville, estimated by the Anti-Defamation League to be the second largest white supremacist rally in a decade.

THE TENNESSEAN

Franklin man found dead in Harpeth River identified

The Franklin Police Department identified the deceased man found in the Harpeth River this weekend as, Jason Reaves, 42, of Franklin.Mr. Reaves was a resident of the Chestnut Bend neighborhood, which backs up to the Harpeth River.

WILLIAMSONHERALD.COM

Nursing Home Company Accused Of Bilking Govt. Out Of $230 Million

"There were a couple of times when things happened with patients where we would just look at each other and say, 'We can't do this. We just cannot do this any more,'" LeeAnn Holt recalled.

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