Rutherford County offices will be closed Monday, February 17th in observation of Presidents Day.
RCFR Completes Six Vehicle Water Rescues and One Rescue from House on 2/6/20..Rutherford County Fire Rescue (RCFR) had a busy Wednesday night, completing six water rescues from vehicles and one from a house.
Heavy rainfall resulted in flash flooding all over the county, causing several road closures and high water areas. RCFR and mutual aid partner LaVergne Fire Rescue Department responded to six water rescues where people were assisted out of their vehicles.
Rutherford County Government and Rutherford County Solid Waste would like to introduce our community to the new Three Rs... RECYCLE RUTHERFORD RIGHT. Our citizens are taking more initiative to recycle and this program just seeks to educate the public on how to do it properly! Take a look...
Mayor Bill Ketron proclaims Friday, February 7 as “Wear Red Day” in Rutherford County. The proclamation also recognizes the entire month of February as “American Heart Month.”
Please join the Rutherford County Health Department as we host the 6th Annual “Community Baby Shower” with the support of United Way of Rutherford & Cannon Counties.
United Communications, Local Internet Service Provider, Partners with the Rutherford County E911 Center to Provide Enhanced Communications Services.
Rutherford County Assessor of Property, Rob Mitchell, was presented the 2019 Three Star Certification before the Tennessee Association of Assessing Officers at the fall regional seminars. The certificate was presented on behalf of the Tennessee Association of Assessing Officers by the executive director, Will Denami.
Rutherford County Correctional Work Center (RCCWC) recently partnered with New Vision Baptist Church of Murfreesboro to provide inmates with an inspirational event featuring local and national speakers and Christian artists.
The days following Thanksgiving are a popular time for families to put up Christmas trees and other dazzling decorations. Rutherford County Fire & Rescue (RCFR) officials want the community to be “fire smart” this season; acknowledging that a small fire that spreads to a Christmas tree can grow large very quickly!
It’s almost time for Rutherford County’s kick-off event to the holiday season…the Downtown Christmas Tree Lighting!