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Take a look at the new design for Murfreesboro's Airport
In February, City Councilman Eddie Smotherman said in a meeting that he wanted to be able to fly bigwigs from corporations directly into Murfreesboro's Airport instead of Nashville because La Vergne and Smyrna are ugly.
La Vergne-Smyrna: 5 Open Houses To Stop By (PICS)
LA VERGNE-SMYRNA, TN — Sometimes shopping for a house online doesn't quite do the trick. Photographs won't always do a house justice, and they can often make a dud of a property appear bigger and better than it is in reality. That's why you should always take advantage of a local open house: No more
Weekend fun in Murfreesboro, Smyrna: Enjoy live music, eat s'mores with Santa
Take a dive into the Patterson Park Community Center's pool, 521 Mercury Blvd. in Murfreesboro, for Santa Splash and Dash. Set for 6-9 p.m. Dec. 14, the event is open to ages 7 to 13. Cost is $5 in advance or $7 at the door. Email email@example.com or call 615-893-7439 for more details.
Six teens arrested for armed carjacking in West Nashville
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) - A group of teenagers armed with a gun and machetes carjacked a man outside his apartment on Premier Drive in West Nashville. The teens took off in his 2016 Toyota Camry, according to police. But their dramatic and dangerous caper did not last for long.
Nashville police investigate fatal shooting on Lafayette Street Friday night
Metro Nashville Police were investigating a shooting on Lafayette Street on Friday evening. MNPD told media one person is dead after a single gunshot wound to the chest. No additional information was immediately available, and the victim has not been identified.
Smyrna TCAT campus named in honor of Gov. Bill Haslam
The Bill Haslam Center has arrived in Smyrna. The building housing the Tennessee College of Applied Technology Murfreesboro’s Smyrna Campus and Nissan Training Center will henceforth be known as the Bill Haslam Center in his honor, the Tennessee Board of Regents announced Thursday.
Smyrna housing development put on hold due to multiple traffic concerns
SMYRNA, Tenn. (WKRN) - A planned development of more than 500 homes and townhomes has been put on hold in Smyrna until the developer can address things like traffic concerns. The development is only feet away from the City of La Vergne and some nearby residents are concerned about increased traffic
Murfreesboro fourth best place in the nation for jobs
A lot of Rutherford County people drive to Nashville every day for work, which is leaving the door wide open for opportunities in Murfreesboro. Officials are coming up with new ways to keep up with the growing needs of the community and to keep people in the city.
Fuzzy's Taco Shop: Murfreesboro Gateway franchise to close this weekend, owners report
Fuzzy's Taco Shop in Murfreesboro will serve up its last tacos Sunday, the franchise announced on Facebook. The Gateway street food joint opened its doors in June 2017. "It’s been a great run, folks, but the team at Fuzzy’s Taco Shop has decided it’s time to close our restaurant. After thousands of
La Vergne Police looking for two suspects in ATM armed robbery
LA VERGNE, TN (WSMV) - Investigators need your help in searching for two black males who they say approached a victim at an ATM on Waldron Road with a gun, assaulted them, and stole their property.
16 best places to brunch in Murfreesboro, Smyrna
Not hungry enough for breakfast? Have a taste for something sweet and savory to start the day? Or maybe you just want to catch up with friends. No matter the reason, there are several places specializing in brunch in and around Murfreesboro.
Brentwood 'targeted' deadly drive-by shooting suspects arrested in Arizona
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WZTV) — The suspects in a Brentwood"targeted" deadly drive-by shooting were captured in Arizona on Thursday. Lyndsey Bronston, 18, and Dustin Russell, 24, were wanted on outstanding warrants charging them with criminal homicide in connection to a deadly shooting at a Dozier Court h
Rutherford County Sheriff's Office launches school bus safety campaign
The Rutherford County Sheriff's Office has launched an awareness campaign in response to the growing number of bus stop incidents in Middle Tennessee and nationwide. It's the biggest concern for school bus drivers in Rutherford County - drivers running stop signs.
MIDDLE TENNESSEE AREA RECEIVES SEVERAL BOMB THREATS THURSDAY
Authorities confirm that several bomb threats were investigated in the Middle Tennessee area on Thursday. Several such threats were also made across the country. Threats were made in Nashville, Franklin, Gallatin, Clarksville, Murfreesboro, Lebanan and Hendersonville. Most of the threats were made v
Sam Ridley Parkway traffic flow off I-24 will improve with relocated stop lights in Smyrna
SMYRNA — A Potomac Place extension north of Sam Ridley Parkway will emerge with relocated stop lights to improve traffic flow by summer 2019, officials say. "It will help alleviate congestion," Smyrna Town Councilman Tim Morrell said. "It's part of the Sam Ridley widening and improvement project."
Two Alleged Violent Robbers Remain on the Run in Rutherford County
Two alleged violent armed robbers remain on the run in LaVergne. According to police, the robbery happened on the night of November 25, 2018 at an ATM machine on Waldron Road. The victim was reportedly assaulted by a firearm by one of two subjects who evidently robbed the ATM customer.
Tennessee’s governor is still weighing clemency for Cyntoia Brown
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Cyntoia Brown, who’s serving life in prison for killing a man who bought her for sex when she was 16, could still be freed soon. The Tennessee Supreme Court last week ruled Brown would have to serve at least 51 years in prison for the 2004 killing before she’s eligible for release
Police investigating bomb threats in multiple cities across Middle TN; appear to be hoax
FRANKLIN, TN (WSMV) - Officials say multiple bomb threats have been received across multiple cities in Middle Tennessee. According to NBC News, dozens of bomb threats were reported at news outlets, government buildings, banks, libraries, schools and other businesses across the country.
Blue Angels fly over Smyrna in preparation for 2019 Great Tennessee Air Show
If you saw the Blue Angels flying over Smyrna on Tuesday, you were not imagining things. Members of the U.S. Navy Blue Angels Flight Demonstration Squadron visited Smyrna Airport in preparation of the Great Tennessee Air Show, which is June 8-9.
Smyrna Parade delivers nearly 23,000 items to food bank
The Smyrna Christmas Parade brought in 22,872 food items for the Rutherford County-based Nourish Food Bank, according to Smyrna Mayor Mary Esther Reed. The food windfall was nearly three times this year’s goal of 8,000 food items for the event. The total represented the entry fee for the 127 entries