Showing 10 articles from March 26, 2010.


Brenda Kaye Lynn
Brenda Kaye Lynn passed away Friday, March 26, 2010 at Maury Regional Hospital in Columbia. She was a member of Second Street Church of Christ and 66 years old.
Robert James Fitzgerald, Sr.
Robert James Fitzgerald, Sr., 70, died Wednesday, March 24, 2010 at Stones River Hospital following an extended illness.


Blue Raiders To Play Doubleheader Sunday
Schedule changed due to predicted inclement weather: The Blue Raiders will play a doubleheader against South Alabama on Saturday, March 27 beginning at 1 p.m. due to predicted inclement weather in the Murfreesboro area on Sunday.


Hazardous Waste Event Scheduled April 24
Recipe For An Evening of Fun: Don’t Dress for Dinner


Celebrate Spring April 10 At Edgar Evins State Park
A free day of fun for families and individuals of all ages is planned April 10 at Edgar Evins State Park near Smithville, sponsored by Friends of Edgar Evins State Park and park employees.
Conte To Lead Walk To Benefit Cannon County Child Advocacy Center
'Andrea Walks for Tennessee’s Children” Scheduled For April 16'
Tennessee’s First Lady Andrea Conte will be in Woodbury on Friday morning, April 16, for the third annual “Andrea Walks for Tennessee’s Children” child abuse awareness walk.
Gordon Backs Job Opportunities And Improved Services for Veterans
WASHINGTON – Congressman Bart Gordon announced the U.S. House of Representatives passed seven measures this week to improve benefits and services to veterans, including measures to establish more job opportunities for veterans and support veterans in financial straits.
Middle Tennessee Home Sellers To Welcome Thousands Of Buyers In April
To offer buyers the convenience of touring dozens of homes for sale in one weekend, the Middle Tennessee Association of REALTORS® (MTAR) and its members will be hosting open houses April 10-11.
Recovery Act Helps Expand Tennessee’s Online Learning Program
NASHVILLE – Education Commissioner Timothy Webb today announced Title II-D Education Technology funding through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act to expand the Tennessee Department of Education’s e4TN online learning initiative.
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