Students from Middle Tennessee won national awards and other recognition at the 2023 Junior Theater Festival Atlanta on Jan. 13-15 in Atlanta.
Because only two of the five La Vergne Police Department officers recently fired for sexual misconduct and lying to investigators had evening patrol shifts, Chief Chip Davis said plans to fully cover and protect the city will not be disrupted.
Blue Angels pilots U.S. Navy Lt. Commander Thomas Zimmerman and Lt. Commander Brian Vaught landed their performance aircraft at Smyrna Airport recently to conduct advance planning for the Great Tennessee Air Show, scheduled for June 10-11, 2023.
Rutherford County Schools teacher Tara Johnson and her daughter, Taya, have always been close, but on Saturday, Dec. 10, they shared something new: a college graduation.
Expect to see Murfreesboro restaurant Joanie’s featured on “America’s Best Restaurants” in the near future.
Ron and Amy Fausnaught are no strangers to the restaurant business.
Central Magnet School seniors Isabella Kinard and Leah Pruter have earned the opportunity of a lifetime for high school choir students.
About 30 members of Murfreesboro Boy Scout Troop 416 participated in the Boy Scouts International Jamboree On The Air recently.
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For Andrew Lynn, his Music Teacher of Excellence Award is special because it’s for his passion: teaching.
There were many hands on deck when the Rutherford County Habitat for Humanity held a panel build on Middle Tennessee State University’s Student Union Commons lawn.
The U.S. Space Force, the newest national military branch established in 2019 as part of the Air Force, now has its own anthem, thanks to Jamie Teachenor, an adjunct professor of songwriting at Middle Tennessee State University’s College of Media and Entertainment.
Approximately 600 participants started Smyrna’s annual Top Gun Night Run 6K race to get some exercise, celebrate the community and raise funds for maintenance of the Capt. Jeff Kuss USMC Memorial.
Tennessee has the most secure elections in the nation, according to a recent election integrity scorecard from The Heritage Foundation.
The City of La Vergne held its grand opening and ribbon cutting for its new dog park on Aug. 2 with a crowd of canines eager to try out their new playground.
CHRISTIANA – Debra Barner went to an auction at a country store that was closing to buy an old-fashioned scale. Instead, she bought the whole store and turned it into a restaurant.
The journey to Murfreesboro’s Habitat for Humanity — Legacy Pointe subdivision has taken new homeowner Mamii more than 20 years and two continents.
This year, at age 74, Fay Golczynski finally had the opportunity to fulfill her dream by taking her first international mission trip.
SAN CRISTÓBAL, Dominican Republic -- The principle of "The more you know, the more you realize you don’t know" definitely applies to me and the Spanish language.
For the past 10 years, Murfreesboro-based Re-Vision, Inc. has been connecting American churches with churches in the Dominican Republic that are trying to combat generational poverty in their communities.
In a historic change of command ceremony at Smyrna's Volunteer Training Site, the Tennessee Army National Guard appointed the first Black female battalion commander.
When Vickie Gardner was growing up in Shelbyville, she had thoughts about a medical career and becoming a nurse.
The Tennessee Army National Guard hosted the Army National Guard Best Warrior Competition for the first time last week.