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The Smyrna Senior Center spaghetti fundraiser on Aug. 25 fed more than 500 people, with most of the food, drinks and desserts prepared by center... [Read More]
La Vergne Mayor Dennis Waldron recognized several citizens for outstanding service to the city at the Sept. 4 meeting of the Board of Mayor and... [Read More]
Recipients of the Purple Heart were the military honorees at Saturday's 16th annual Wings of Freedom Fish Fry, held each year by the Rotary Club... [Read More]
La Vergne's annual Old Timer's Festival is triple the fun, with a Parade down Murfreesboro Road, turning into Veteran's Memorial Park for live musical entertainment,... [Read More]
Firefighters and emergency response personnel from departments all over Middle Tennessee gathered Aug. 22 at Smyrna's Highland Heights Church of Christ to pay their last... [Read More]
Having graduated from the Tennessee Law Enforcement Training Academy and received additional training at the department level, six new police officers will soon begin patrolling... [Read More]
The La Vergne Board of Mayor & Aldermen recognized one of its own as well as a city official at its Aug. 9 meeting. [Read More]
With the conclusion of the Aug. 2 election, La Vergne will soon gear up for the Nov. 6 municipal elections. [Read More]
A newly renovated and expanded Smyrna Middle School – formerly Smyrna High School – attracted alumni of both schools for a ceremonial ribbon-cutting on Sunday,... [Read More]
Lascassas resident Maj. Gen. Jeff Holmes, Tennessee National Guard, is now the Deputy Commanding General, First U.S. Army, headquartered at Rock Island Arsenal, Ill. [Read More]
Gerry Short, 63, a longtime member of the Smyrna Planning Commission, was sworn into the vacant Smyrna Town Council seat by Municipal Court Judge Lynn... [Read More]
With more than 200 in attendance, Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee celebrated the grand opening of its new 36,000-square-foot distribution warehouse on Almaville... [Read More]
Murder suspect Donavous Jerome Drennon, 35, has been arrested after turning himself in to Smyrna Police Tuesday. [Read More]
Donavous Jerome Drennon, 35, is being sought by Smyrna Police for the July 27 murder of Robert Wilson in the parking lot of the Uptown... [Read More]
High school students and their chaperones have made the trek from Smyrna to sister city Zama, Japan, as part of the Sister City Exchange Program. [Read More]
Conflict over political signage, the meaning of the word "display" and issues surrounding free speech clouded the start of early voting in La Vergne last... [Read More]
Marcus Brown, suspect in the murder of Errol Lyons, is set to appear before Smyrna Municipal Court Judge Lynn Alexander for his arraignment hearing on... [Read More]
Seven families displaced by the June 19 Davis Park Condominium fire in Smryna are gradually making temporary living arrangements with the help of the American... [Read More]
Smyrna came out in full force to support its Motlow State Community College campus during the June 16 BBQ & Blue Jeans event, raising more... [Read More]
It was business as usual at the June 5 LaVergne Board of Mayor & Aldermen meeting, except for a surprise appearance by rock legend 'Joan... [Read More]
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