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Michael Osborne

Michael Osborne wants to be up front with his clients -- working in the real estate industry is not easy. While television shows on HGTV, TLC, and Bravo make it look easy, it is not a nine to five career. Being a successful real estate agent takes a full time plus commitment to the client, the craft, and the career...
3/9/2020

Beth Frame

With an extensive background in digital marketing, Beth Frame came into the realty field after working many years as a Digital Marketing Specialist with a focus on social media for Gannett in downtown Nashville. She changed jobs in 2016, accepting a position as the Marketing Director at Parks Auction and Land Division.
3/9/2020

MCS Premiers March Math-ness

Murfreesboro City Schools invites families to join the madness during March Math-ness at Patterson Park on Thursday, March 19. This exciting free event engages families and students through the use of math games and strategies...
3/9/2020

VIProfile: Ernest Burgess

In this age of youth obsession, former County Mayor Ernest Burgess is not afraid to tell you his age. He is eighty, although he doesn’t look it. He has a quiet demeanor, but you know that he doesn’t miss much. He has done a lot and seen a lot. While proud of what he has accomplished over the years, he is quick to say that it is all thanks to the excellent teamwork by those with whom he has had the privilege of working...
3/9/2020

Downsizing Your Home

The great comedian George Carlin had this routine about owning stuff. He said, “… [E]verybody’s got a little place for their stuff. This is my stuff, that’s your stuff, that’ll be his stuff over there. That’s all you need in life, a little place for your stuff. That’s all your house is: a place to keep your stuff. That’s all your house is: a place to keep your stuff. If you didn’t have so much stuff, you wouldn’t need a house...
3/9/2020

VIP at Home: Legacy Point Habitat For Humanity

On a cold fall afternoon, a group of people of all ages, all walks of life and many ethnicities got together in a parking lot in Smyrna to build the walls for Makeitha Davis’ home. Davis is buying one of the first homes being built in Rutherford County Habitat for Humanity’s (RCHFH) affordable housing development, Legacy Point. 
3/9/2020

Smokin’ Barrel: A Bourbon Whiskey Tasting

3/9/2020

Big Hearts under the Big Top

More than 700 guests were welcomed to the 2020 Heart Ball by performers who presented their tricks and posed for photos with the crowd. The festive crowd enjoyed cocktails while mingling and perusing the vast silent auction. 
3/9/2020

Wine Tasting Dinner

3/9/2020

Editor's Letter

Spring is knocking on the door . . . answer it! I know we are all ready to see a little more sunshine and a lot less rain and gray skies. It’s amazing what a beam of light can do to energize our souls. This time of year, our winter dreams and ideas begin to show signs of life around us. We are also hatching new plans. Often, those new spring plans include making a move...
3/9/2020

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3/5/2020

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2/3/2020

Saint Thomas Midtown and Rutherford Hospitals Named "Best For Babies"

Ascension Saint Thomas is pleased to recognize Saint Thomas Rutherford Hospitals as a recipient of the Tennessee Department of Health’s 2019 “BEST for Babies” award. “We will never take for granted the immense privilege of bringing new life into this world,” said Kristen Toth, Vice President of Women’s, Children’s, and Oncology Services, Ascension Saint Thomas...
1/30/2020

Andie and Andy Ferguson

You could say that God decided these two were meant to be together. Their parents, Andrew and JereSue Cunningham, and Gordon and Cindy Ferguson, went to Madison Street Methodist Church together in Clarksville, Tennessee years ago. Andie Elisabeth Hubbard Cunningham and Andrew Lee Ferguson probably played together in the nursery at church when they were babies. Then both families moved away...
1/30/2020

Brooke and Joseph Lemley

Joseph Walker Lemley and Brooke Christine Connelly began their relationship as coworkers who became friends, then dating for three years before getting married on June 8, 2019. Along the way they learned to support and love one another. Brooke knew she wanted to spend the rest of her life with Joseph because he wants more for her than she wants for herself...
1/30/2020
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