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Central Tennessee is a distinct portion of the state of Tennessee, delineated according to law as well as custom. Middle Tennessee consists of that portion of the state east of the Tennessee River's western crossing of the state (in which it flows northward back into Tennessee after having flowed through northern Alabama) and west of the dividing line between the Eastern and Central time zones. The only exceptions to this rule are that Hardin County, which is located on both sides of the Tennessee River, is considered to be entirely in West Tennessee and that Bledsoe, Cumberland, Marion and Sequatchie counties are considered to be in East Tennessee despite lying in the Central Time Zone.

Middle Tennessee is known for its rolling hills and fertile stream valleys, as well as for its major city, Nashville, which is the state capital. Other sizeable cities in Middle Tennessee include Clarksville and Murfreesboro. Politically, it has provided the Democratic Party with some of its leading statesmen, and still is largely inclined toward it, although an increasing Republican trend has been seen in the Nashville suburbs. Geographically it is composed predominantly of the Nashville Basin and the Highland Rim, although the western portion of the Cumberland Plateau also extends into Middle Tennessee.

 

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Local News for Murfreesboro Tennessee from dnj.com

A trailer carrying an SUV flipped, launching the vehicle being transported into the rear of the truck pulling the trailer Wednesday evening on Old Fort Parkway near Interstate 24 in Murfreesboro.

 

State Rep. Mike Sparks welcomes the community to a forum at 7 p.m. Thursday at 110 Front St. in Smyrna to discuss issues, ideas and discuss solutions affecting our State, he announced.

 

A woman is behind bars after a 4-year-old girl told investigators that the woman had burned her multiple times, according to a police report.

 

People can now sign up for a six-week Citizens Fire Academy through the Murfreesboro Fire and Rescue Department, according to a media release.

 
 

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