Mandrell eyed for TCAT Murfreesboro presidency

The Tennessee Board of Regents will hold a special-called meeting on Wednesday, May 30, to consider the appointment of a new president at the Tennessee College of Applied Technology Murfreesboro. Board of Regents Chancellor Flora W. Tydings will recommend Dr. Jon D. Mandress for the Murfreesboro presidency. Start the conversation, or Read more at Murfreesboro Read more about Mandrell eyed for TCAT Murfreesboro presidency[…]

TGI Fridays closes doors in Murfreesboro

TGI Fridays closes doors in Murfreesboro Company website lists only two remaining stores in Tennessee Check out this story on dnj.com: https://www.dnj.com/story/news/2018/05/21/tgifridays-closed-murfreesboro-franklin-gallatin-nashville/628434002/ The state Supreme Court on Wednesday ruled against a proposed class-action lawsuit that challenged drink-priciing policies at TGI Fridays restaurants. Patrons of TGI Fridays on Mall Circle Drive at Stones River Mall got Read more about TGI Fridays closes doors in Murfreesboro[…]

Escape reality at Murfreesboro’s VR Lounge

VR Lounge in Murfreesboro lets you escape reality Gaming center gives players an escape into a virtual world that is ‘so real’ Check out this story on dnj.com: https://www.dnj.com/story/news/2018/05/15/murfreesboro-virtual-reality-gaming-vr-lounge-stones-river-mall/610898002/ Corey Balcarcel, the owner and manager of the VR Lounge shows off the virtual reality equipment at the store located at Stones River Mall on Thursday, Read more about Escape reality at Murfreesboro’s VR Lounge[…]

CCA ranks in top 10 of TN high schools in new report

News A Hamilton County high school ranked in the top 10 on the U.S. News & World Report’s 2018 Best High Schools Ranking of Tennessee schools. A Hamilton County high school ranked in the top 10 on the U.S. News & World Report’s 2018 Best High Schools Ranking of Tennessee schools. “Of the Tennessee schools Read more about CCA ranks in top 10 of TN high schools in new report[…]

Search For Murfreesboro City Manager Continues

How is the search going for a new Murfreesboro city manager? The council invites to the public to hear a presentation from the consulting firm at 1:00 o’clock this coming Tuesday afternoon in the City Council Chambers at 111 West Vine Street. Interim City Manager Jim Crumley said, “We’re calling a special council meeting at Read more about Search For Murfreesboro City Manager Continues[…]

Legislation Passed Showing Teachers-Students Not A Fault With TN Ready

(L-R) State Senator Bill Ketron, State Representative Shane Reeves The State Senate passed legislation Thursday, supported by Senate Republican Caucus Chairman Bill Ketron (R-Murfreesboro) and Senator Shane Reeves (R-Murfreesboro) to hold teachers and students harmless in the TNReady testing assessments conducted for the 2017-2018 school year. The measure was adopted in an amendment and as Read more about Legislation Passed Showing Teachers-Students Not A Fault With TN Ready[…]

KOSBE and Epic Nine Present DIY: B2B Marketing Strategies for Small Businesses

B2B industries have a unique set of marketing challenges and equally unique solutions to answer them. This workshop will discuss strategy, tactics, software and more that apply in real life B2B situations, which the business can implement without significant increases to the marketing budgets. No sales pitch or pressure. The workshop includes: – Inbound Marketing Read more about KOSBE and Epic Nine Present DIY: B2B Marketing Strategies for Small Businesses[…]

SILVER ALERT: Howard Wayne Patton

Murfreesboro Police have issued a silver alert for a missing 72-year old local man. Howard Wayne Patton was last seen yesterday at Sal’s Pizza on North Thompson Lane, where employees called police due to his appearing disoriented. MPD reports when they arrived, he was gone. Authorities were contacted today (Monday) by a friend for a Read more about SILVER ALERT: Howard Wayne Patton[…]