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Past articles by Nancy:

Primrose Table opens doors two weeks ahead of schedule

Much-anticipated upscale restaurant on the north side of Murfreesboro aims to serve something for everyone. → Read More

Visitation, funeral services planned for Roy Waldron teacher killed in crash

A Rutherford County teacher was killed in a head-on collision Tuesday morning that shut down the Hobson Pike Bridge over Percy Priest Lake in Nashville. Kimberly Scott, 49, had been employed at Roy Waldron Elementary in La Vergne since August 2018 and served as an interventionist working with multiple groups of students. "The Roy Waldron Elementary community is heartbroken by the tragic car… → Read More

Kirk and Lacey Garrett to open historic home for 'An Evening on University'

Couple to open downtown home for "An Evening on University" to benefit local charity → Read More

Entertainment: Things to do in November and December in Rutherford County

Where to go and what to do in and around Rutherford County → Read More

'Keep moving forward': Father shares ups, downs of life after tornado killed his wife

"You can't sit still ... after something happens ... and you have to demonstrate that to your kids," said Scott Walker. → Read More

Two J's Grille on target to open right before Thanksgiving

Two J's Grille will be "similar" to owner's first restaurant. He calls the new venture an upscale sports bar. → Read More

Build-A-Bear Workshop: How to get a free furbaby on Halloween

Murfreesboro's Old Fort Parkway Walmart becomes second Build-A-Bear to open inside in Tennessee → Read More

Software company to make Murfreesboro's Fountains at Gateway home

Atlanta-based technology firm Saltworks Security plans to hire more than 25 software development and application security engineers. → Read More

Former Red Cross exec Kathy Ferrell becomes Smyrna's first public information officer

The public information officer position was created to serve as a liaison for the town leadership with the media → Read More

Cultures unite for food, smiles and music at Love Your Neighbor on the Square

Murfreesboro's Love Your Neighbor event serves as a reminder of how solidarity against white nationalist group's White Lives Matter rally in October 2017. → Read More

Take a sneak peek inside the new Toot's West, set to open July 5

Toot's West is schedule to open July 5 at 4123 Franklin Road, at the corner of Rucker Lane → Read More

Rutherford County guide to summer fun: Hiking, swimming and more

Summer has officially arrived and there is no shortage of things to do in Rutherford County. → Read More

Murfreesboro Half Marathon announces new course

The 13th annual Middle Half Marathon steps off at 7 a.m. Oct. 12 in downtown Murfreesboro. → Read More

Kratom touted as 'cure all' by users seeking alternative to opioids, despite DEA concerns

Stores carrying the herbal supplement kratom in Rutherford County are growing as people seek alternatives to CBD, opioids for pain → Read More

Toot's West hiring now, early July opening planned

Located at the corner of Franklin Road and Rucker Lane in Murfreesboro, Toot's West will be the company's fourth Rutherford County location → Read More

Reclining seats coming to Malco Theatre in Smyrna

The Smyrna theater first opened in 2008 and is upgrading for the first time since opening. → Read More

Fireworks near me: Where to go to celebrate 4th of July

Here's what you need to know before venturing out to 4th of July celebrations in Smyrna, Murfreesboro, La Vergne and Rockvale - and even Nashville → Read More

Free bowling for kids, cheap movies for all this summer in Murfreesboro and Smyrna

Looking for inexpensive entertainment for your family this summer? Several locations in Rutherford County offer free or cheap movies and bowling. → Read More

'Do something for somebody else': Civic leaders share lessons from their fathers

As Father's Day approaches, Rutherford County leaders share best lessons learned from dad → Read More

15 places to find the best ice cream, cool treats in Murfreesboro and Smyrna

Looking to the perfect place to beat the heat? Try one of these places in Murfreesboro or Smyrna → Read More