Kris Kringle and his elves ride through the neighborhoods of Rutherford County aboard the spectacular Santa Express. They will be collecting wish lists and greeting children at specially marked stops. Families can bring dog or cat toys, treats, food or supplies for Santa’s pets at the P.A.W.S Rutheford Co. Shelter. The Santa Express runs from 6-8:45 [...]
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Topics: – Rutherford County Schools. – Community Care of Rutherford County.
Jasmine Gray is one of the recent recipients the Harold Love Outstanding Community Involvement Award, which is presented by the Tennessee Higher Education Commission. She lends her name to a program has collected more than 2000 pairs of pajamas for ill and abused children.
Shackletts Photography has partnered with MTSU to preserve a images of the past. Tom Tozer also gets some tips on ways to preserve treasured family photographs.
Below are many of the official winners of the 16th Annual Ruthies Awards 2010 for Middle Tennessee. The complete list will be published on Sunday which will include many more categories. Check back with this page soon for more results! Favorite Restaurant Toot’s Restaurant and Bar Best Bartender Julie Anderson – Toot’s Restaurant Favorite Tanning [...]
Our very own MurfreesboroNewsPress Humor Columnist, Lori Wescott, has landed her own segment in the upcoming book from the #1 New York’s Bestselling series, Chicken Soup for the Soul! The newest edition to the series is called Chicken Soup For the Soul: Family Matters and consists of “101 Unforgettable Stories about Our Nutty but Lovable [...]
UPDATE: Official 2010 Ruthies Award Winner! Every year, The Ruthies Awards hold county wide elections for the community’s “Favorite” companies and professionals, from all around Middle Tennessee. However, for a few coveted award categories, The 2010 Ruthies have designated the definitive prefix of “Best”, rather than the usual notion of “Favorite”. These featured “Best of” [...]
The annual Memorial Day tribute at Stones River National Battlefield today honored living vetersns and remembered the fallen. Hundreds of lookers-on gathered at 1:30 P.M. for the pledge of allegiance, followed by “The Star Spangled Banner,” sung by students from Oakland High School. At the nearby cemetery, a small flag at the headstone of each [...]
Smyrna’s Malco Roxy Theater will be hosting a Kids Summer Film Fest starting June 1 and ending July 28. At 10:00 AM on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, the tape will roll for modern and classic films for kids, and for parents, the best part is the ticket price: $2. The schedule of movies is as [...]
Have you ever been to The Well? Even if you’re not a religious person, you might care to stop by for a special event to benefit flood victims this Sunday. The benefit concert, which also will be a night of praise, will feature The Well’s praise team as well as special guest Jamie Harvill. The [...]
Murfreesboro Electric Department wants to make sure you know how to conserve cash by conserving power. Organized in 1939 as a municipal, customer-owned utility, Murfreesboro Electric Department is one of 159 members and distributors of power from the Tennessee Valley Authority. While Murfreesboro Electric Department’s website looks like something out of the late ‘90s, its [...]
In 1968, William Burton began practicing law. Still providing free initial consultations, his practice has grown to include a litany of services, including business and injury litigation, wrongful death, brain and spinal cord injury, and other civil and criminal cases. William Burton is a member and former president of the Exchange Club of Murfreesboro, former [...]
With the flood-bringing rain almost three weeks past, most of life in Murfreesboro has returned to normal. Not so, however, for residents in the Shores Road area. Still dealing wednesday road cum lake, some homes on Shores Road still are accessible only by canoe. According to County Engineer Dale Corbitt, the water pooled in the [...]