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Stories from Downtown Murfreesboro

Doug Young Leadership awardServant leadership is a management style in which you lead by putting the needs of others first. A servant leader focuses on the continu...
Celebrating Black History MonthIn 1929 Holloway High Schoolwas built on the east side of South Highland Street. This site was for African American students in Rutherfo...
Quinn's Mercantile receives Downtown Business award, 2022Quinn’s Mercantile 301 N. Spring Street Tracy Toy, Owner Since 2016, Quinn's Mercantile has been located just two blocks off the square....
Pinnacle Financial Partners was recognized as Main Stree... Pinnacle Financial Partners 114 and 214 West College Street Bill Jones, Area Executive of Rutherford/Bedford counties Pinnacle began as ...
e.Allen HQ was presented with the Main Street DESIGN awa... e.Allen HQ 316 N. Front Street Elizabeth Allen, owner Shane McFarland Construction e.Allen, an upscale, wardrobe-building boutique that ...
KDGi was presented with the Main Street DESIGN award for... KDGi 102 South Maple Street Managing Partners: Brandon M. Harvey, President and Brandon Neish, CTO. Kingdom Development Group Incorporat...
Property Enhancement Grant Recipients AnnouncedProperty Enhancement grants economic revitalization
The Collier-Lane-Crichlow House aka The House of MayorsThe House of Mayors Ingram Collier, Newton B. Collier, James H. Crichlow Jr. and N. Collier Crichlow.