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    Juneteenth Celebration is expanded to three days June 17-19

    Juneteenth, a holiday celebrating the emancipation of enslaved persons in the United States, will be observed with three events this year: Authors Night, Youth Night, and the Juneteenth celebration on June 19 at Bradley Academy Museum and Cultural Center. Read on...
  2. 2021 Movies Under the Stars

    Movies Under the Stars

    Movies Under the Stars begins June 7. A different family-friendly free movie shown each week through the end of July at four locations beginning at 8:30pm. Read on...
  3. Mercury Blvd Renaming

    Mercury Blvd. to be renamed Doctor Martin Luther King Jr Blvd.

    The Murfreesboro Planning Commission voted May 19 to rename Mercury Blvd. to Doctor Martin Luther King Jr Blvd. The official renaming won’t take effect until impacted residents and commercial business are notified and new street signs are posted. Read on...
  4. Financial Transparancy

    City of Murfreesboro’s Financial Transparency

    The City is committed to providing a transparent view of our financial data. Our Open Finance Portal provides a transparent look at the types of revenues collected and how those public funds are spent. Read on...
  5. Friday Night Live

    Friday Night Live concert season starts June 4

    Friday, June 4, is the first of the summer season’s four FREE Friday Night Live concerts on the Murfreesboro Downtown square presented by Main Street. Read on...
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    Get the latest city updates by following our Facebook, Twitter, Nextdoor, Podcast, YouTube, or Murfreesboro CityTV. You can also sign up to receive City Emergency Alerts, City Council Agendas, and more from right here on the City website. Read on...
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