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Latest Issue 6 22

6/14/2022

Editor's Letter

The weather is getting warmer, the days longer and spring will say farewell before you know it; summer is almost here. As you get ready to fuel up the barbecue and dust off your favorite bathing suits, we’ve rounded up another full issue of VIP Murfreesboro to keep you informed and entertained.
6/7/2022

Giving a Seventies Ranch New Life

When Garrett and Ashley Holloway bought their home on Riverview Drive, it had not been touched in 37 years. It was like time had stopped in 1978. There was grass green shag wall-to-wall carpeting everywhere and buttercup yellow kitchen cabinetry...
6/6/2022

Ridenour Rehearsal Studios and Motlow State Community College celebrate the summer with an exciting new partnership

Rutherford County's Ridenour Rehearsal Studios and Motlow State Community College are excited to announce their new partnership where they will offer a series of four separate summer music sessions for adults and children...
6/6/2022

Murfreesboro Medical Clinic & SurgiCenter adds Andrea Branch, M.D. to its Pediatrics Department

Andrea Branch, M.D. is a board-certified, pediatrician who is now practicing at Murfreesboro Medical Clinic (MMC). Originally from Memphis, Tennessee, Dr. Branch graduated magna cum laude from the University of Memphis, where she earned a B.A. in Chemistry...
6/6/2022

FUMC donates to The Journey Home’s Capital Campaign

First United Methodist Church focused on The Journey Home during this year’s Lenten season and each Sunday during their Mission Moments. Church members who have volunteered with The Journey Home spoke and gave testimony on their volunteer experience and made the case for investment in The Journey Home’s Capital Campaign...
6/6/2022

Ashton Thomas Memorial Golf Classic

6/2/2022

Boro BBQ Festival

6/2/2022

Main Street Murfreesboro 25th Annual JazzFest

6/2/2022

VIProfile: Vonchelle Stembridge

“I will have worked for Murfreesboro Parks and Recreation for 13 years the end of May,” said Vonchelle Stembridge, “and it has never felt like a job. I feel honored to be compensated for doing what I love.”
6/1/2022

Latest Issue 5 22

5/10/2022

VIProfile: Miles Tate

Murfreesboro recently lost the leader of its pack with the passing of Miles Tate, as there is no better way to remember Miles than by associating his name with his hobby-turned-passion: running.
5/5/2022

A Lot of Urban Growth, A Lot of Country Charm

Ten years ago, Rutherford County had a population of 263,708. Since then, the population has grown almost 35% to 355,199 according to the latest census information. It does not look like growth is going to slow down any time soon...
5/5/2022

An Eye for Detail

The minute you step onto the driveway of the home of Dr. Murali and Sharon Kolli you are transported into the French countryside. Their home evokes a feel of the great European country estates of old, which is the very idea the Kollis asked their architectural firm Cole and Cole, from Montgomery, Alabama, to portray when designing their home in 2004. 
5/5/2022

Child Advocacy Center Honors 5 Hometown Heroes

Five community leaders were presented the 2022 Hometown Hero awards by Child Advocacy Center Director Sharon De Boer and board member Terry Fann at the 7th Annual Hometown Heroes Walk for Children Friday morning.
5/5/2022
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