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Black History Celebration

As February’s Black History month came to a close, the non-profit organization, Black Murfreesboro, helped host a celebration at the Discovery Center at Murfree Spring. A critical part of Black Murfreesboro’s mission is to help promote and connect black-owned businesses...

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Grand Opening "Sunset Roads" Little Library

One of the projects of the NSDAR is to have each chapter open at least one “Little Library,” so Karen Hudson, Regent of the Colonel Hardy Murfree Chapter, asked Gloria and Ted LaRoche to assist in making this happen by contributing the funds for opening one.

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New Vision's SHE Gathering

The New Vision Women’s Ministry recently hosted their semiannual SHE Gathering at New Vision Baptist Church’s Battlefield campus on North Thompson in Murfreesboro.

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Before and After: True Blue Grand Dame Victorian Hits The Stage

When William Reed Bell, Sr. built his home on East Main Street in 1896, Murfreesboro was well on its way back from the ravages of the Civil War and Reconstruction...

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VIProfile: Terri Shultz

Terri Shultz discovered her love for Habitat for Humanity when she was building her own home. At the same time, she was just getting involved with the organization and on her first build through Junior League.

Changing Comforts of Home

After a year of living very close to home with limited socializing, the shift in how we are working and virtual schooling, the real estate market is seeing some very significant trend changes. Also, the flow of new residents into the area has not slowed because of the pandemic...

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March Issue

Editor's Letter

As we present this issue, things are still changing on a daily, hourly, minute-by-minute basis, in a way that we hope is for the better. Things we thought we knew are no longer, but some things we’ve learned are more valuable than what we’ve lost.

People & Places

Mainstreet Jazz Fest planned for May 1

The Main Street JazzFest is scheduled for Saturday, May 1, on the historic downtown square. Featuring middle and high school jazz bands from across Rutherford County, the MTSU jazz band, and ending with Music City Swing...

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Exchange Club announces healing field flags of remembrance

What has become Murfreesboro’s iconic Memorial Day salute will return Memorial Day Weekend May 29-31, continuing a 13-year tradition. The Healing Field Flags of Remembrance hosted by The Exchange Club of Murfreesboro is an inspiring formation of U.S. flags and will be seen at 265 West Thompson Lane...

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