Archive for September 2017

Climb Murfreesboro; Float Alchemy; Vine Street Consignment; Vine Studios; Fountains at the Gateway

Wine With a Purpose: Sept. 16 Event Benefits Local Power of Pink Breast Cancer Support Group

Everybody Drum Some Presents Next Community Rhythm Event on Sept. 22

Yoga in Murfreesboro: Yoga Can Help Alleviate Muscle Soreness, Improve Flexibility and Control

September Community Events

The Southern Shame, Orion

Fairbanks and the Lonesome Light, Teea Goans, Madelyn Victoria Among September Guests on The Justin Reed Show

Relocation Tips: Moving to, or From, Middle Tennessee

Maple Street Grill: A Scenic Drive for a Homestyle Meal in Eagleville

Though the Floyd Was Packed, Blue Raiders Had Rough Season Opener Against Vandy

Craft Brewers Gather at Oaklands for Another Oktoberfest

Muletown Musicfest Returns to Downtown Columbia Sept. 29 and 30

Charity Chopped in the ’Boro; Sept. 14 Event to Raise Funds for Food, Clothing, Shelter

Lest We Forget: Fate of Confederate Monuments in Murfreesboro Rests in the Hands of the Tennessee Historical Commission

Titans Poised for Another Winning Season in 2017

Big Smo Returns to Main Street Music Sept. 8

Gretchen Bilbro Has Developed Lytle Street Space Into a Hub for Murfreesboro’s Independent Business Community

Hobgood Elementary Arrest Incident Leads to Settlement, Some Reform in Local Legal System

Life on Dialysis: Continuous Clinic Visits are the Routine for Sarah Baker and Thousands of Others Living with Kidney Failure

Eagleville Hosts Fall Festival on Sept. 23

Murfreesboro Symphony Orchestra
Paul Mitchell the school
The Nurture Nook
Three Rivers Family Dentistry
Special Kids