10 hrs ago
FirstBank names Franklin president
Smith will oversee the bank's branch office in the historic Post Office building in Franklin's Five Points, which will open early next year.
14 hrs ago
Knoxville News Sentinel
Pigeon Forge rallies for first state baseball title
The Pigeon Forge High School baseball captured its first Class AA baseball championship Friday with a 5-3 victory over Goodpasture in eight innings at Middle Tennessee State University.
18 hrs ago
MTSU student arrested for photographing women in dorm showers
A Middle Tennessee State University student was arrested earlier this month on sealed indictments for 10 counts of photographing two female students while they were showering.
20 hrs ago
Rabbi Rami Shapiro, Aaron Shapiro explore writing, the self, the universe with Huntsville Literary Association
Aaron Shapiro, left, and his father and co-author, Rabbi Rami Shapiro, at right, talk with members of the Huntsville Literary Association before providing the keynote address for the annual banquet on Thursday, May 23, 2013, at Huntsville Country Club on Oakwood Avenue in Huntsville.
The Elizabethton Star
HV pole vaulter Holtsclaw takes third at BlueCross Spring Fling
MURFREESBORO - Seeded sixth in a field of eight didn't stop Happy Valley's Emily Holtsclaw from pulling off one of the day's best performance in the TSSAA A/AA state track and field meet held at Middle Tennessee State University on Thursday.
The Elizabethton Star
Third-place state finish for EHS relay
MURFREESBORO - Elizabethton's girls 4×400 relay team proved it could run with the "Big Dogs" on Thursday night at the Class A/AA state track meet held at Middle Tennessee State University.
Thu May 23, 2013
Knoxville News Sentinel
Madeline Christian, Peighton Meske lead Webb School's charge at state track
Freshman Madeline Christian and sophomore Peighton Meske led the charge for Webb's young Lady Spartans on Thursday at the girls' Division II track and field state championships.
Wed May 22, 2013
Bryon Grizzard To Direct Provider Contracting For BlueCross
BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee has selected Bryon Grizzard to direct the provider networks and contracting department.
Tue May 21, 2013
Haslam Announces Commissioners At DIDD, DCS
Governor Bill Haslam on Tuesday announced Debra Payne as the new commissioner of the Department of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities as Jim Henry becomes the permanent commissioner at the Department of Children's Services .
The Housing Numbers are not Looking That Positive for Tennessee and Rutherford County
The first quarter report from the Tennessee Housing Market indicates that *home sells are literally up and down in Rutherford County and the state of Tennessee.
Mon May 20, 2013
Murfreesboro debates use of traffic cameras
A group in Murfreesboro has started a petition to end the use of red-light cameras, but police say the traffic enforcement measure has improved safety.
Sun May 19, 2013
ADDA Board Narrows Field to Two for Directorship
Most of this information comes from a press release: the Athens Downtown Development Authority board has chosen Shannon Logan and Pamela Thompson as the finalists for its executive director position.
American Addiction Centers seeks big solution to big problem
It was a problem he struggled with personally, and he wanted to help others overcome their addiction issues, too.
Sat May 18, 2013
Rabbi Rami Shapiro will give keynote address for Huntsville Literary Association's 2013 banquet
Rabbi Rami Shapiro, director of MTSU's creative writing program, and his son and co-author, Aaron Shapiro, will be guests of honor at the 2013 Huntsville Literary Association banquet.
Use of red-light cameras debated in Murfreesboro
A group in Murfreesboro has started a petition to end the use of red-light cameras, but police say the traffic enforcement measure has improve safety.
Fri May 17, 2013
New historical center opens in Charleston
Dr. Carroll Van West, who directs the Middle Tennessee State University Center for Historic Preservation, told the Chattanooga Times Free Press the new center won't house permanent historical collections.
Tue May 14, 2013
Murfreesboro remembrance ride 1 of many globally
In Murfreesboro, Middle Tennessee State University students organized a Ride of Silence event Wednesday to honor Timothy Martin, who was struck and killed in February as he walked his bike across a street near the campus.
WZTV Top Stories
Man says he found Jesus - in a local newspaper
A Norwalk man skimming through a local newspaper said he found an image of Jesus Christ in a blob of ink.
Mon May 13, 2013
Haslam applauds Williamson County Chamber at luncheon
Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam lauded the Williamson County Chamber of Commerce for its contributions to the state's job growth in recent years.
Richard "Pete" Lasley Randolph
A native of Sweetwater, Tenn., he was the son of the late Charles and Amelia Dender Randolph.