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Facebook Rutherford County authorities armed with court orders padlocked 23 stores Monday and starting rounding up 21 people indicted for allegedly selling candies containing a marijuana derivative. Dubbed “Operation Candy Crush,” officers hit stores deemed a “public nuisance” in the unincorporated county, Murfreesboro, Smyrna and La Vergne where undercover detectives […]
Don’t drive drunk over the Valentines weekend! Members of the LaVergne Police Department will be conducting Sobriety Checkpoints this weekend, Saturday February 17th, 2018. Officers will be working their moving Alcohol Saturation Patrols (ASP) from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM. The actual Sobriety Checkpoints will be on Murfreesboro Road and […]
At 10:30 Saturday morning, February 24, 2018, the Murfreesboro Symphony Orchestra Guild, Inc. invites the public to enjoy Music in the Morning in the gallery of the Center for the Arts at 110 West College Street. The presentation features two outstanding artists: Stefan Petrescu, violinist, Concertmaster of the Murfreesboro Symphony […]
Trout fishing may become a New Year hobby for you in 2018! The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency began releasing approximately 90,000 rainbow trout into Tennessee waters in December and will continue through March. On December 8th, trout were released into the Stones River at Nice’s Mill in Smyrna. Another Nice’s […]
The members of Frost Brown Todd LLC have elected Nashville member Robert V. Sartin to serve as chairman of the firm. Sartin’s initial three-year term begins January 1. Sartin has served on FBT’s nine-person executive committee since 2012. He joined the firm in 2006 and was member-in-charge of the Lexington, […]