Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Tuesday, January 31, 2017

SPD could use your help

On January 24th, this person burglarized Blue Coast Burrito at approximately 4:48 am. The suspect left on foot and was caught on video as he passed the Asuka restaurant and Publix grocery store. The suspect is believed to be a white male. We realize the image quality is poor but we hope a delivery driver or anyone else may have seen this person leaving the area. Anyone with information is requested to contact Detective Allan Nabours at (615) 267-5434. Your assistance is greatly appreciated.

Thursday, January 26, 2017

Monday, January 23, 2017

Event reminder

Don't forget this event in a week or so. Make plans if it is something you feel is needed.

Thursday, January 19, 2017

Job opening in Smyrna

The Sam Davis home is looking for a part time employee.

We are looking for a fun, motivated individual who is willing to work part-time as a Site Interpreter as well as work in the Visitor Center! Email resume to

Make plans.

Please help the SPD


On January 9th this person purchased a $1,000.00 money order using a stolen credit card number. Anyone who may recognize him is asked to contact Detective Allan Nabours with the Smyrna Police Department at (615) 267-5434.

Wednesday, January 18, 2017

An item of interest for our readers

This will likely not make some local parents in Smyrna happy.

Rutherford County Schools officials said Jessica Holland, a former Eagleville School elementary teacher who was charged with stealing the prescription drug Adderall from one of her students, has returned to the classroom at a different Rutherford County school: Stewartsboro Elementary in Smyrna.

Assisting the SPD

The Smyrna Police Department would like you to help find these individuals

The two females have been committing fraud at several Wal-Mart stores by using counterfeit coupons for various items. They have been driving a light colored GMC Acadia with a dual sunroof. The vehicle shown is not the actual vehicle but one that is similar. Anybody with information on the identity or location of these subjects should contact Detective Marcy Gossett at Smyrna Police Department, 615-267-5002.

Well this sucks

Looks like a company is moving from Smyrna and will now be using a third party vendor in Chattanooga.

Sixty-four people will lose their jobs this spring, as Carrier Corporation announced plans to idle its Smyrna distribution and warehouse facility. The heating, ventilation and air-conditioning company will shift the operations that had been handled in Rutherford County to a third-party vendor in Chattanooga, a corporate spokeswoman told The Tennessean

 There is a political issue with this company, so please let us stay friendly on this site.

Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Looking for a good cause to help?

Smyrna Heart of Grace
We need volunteers!
We have a group devoted to our volunteer needs, since we have so many things going on at different places and schools all the time. If you would like to be notified when things come up that we need help with, go join!  (this is a closed group page and you will need a facebook account to join)

This is just one example of what they do.

Just made Weekend food bags for atlas students to take home on Fridays... this will only last us about 2 1/2- 3 weeks!

Event for inventors

This is a very interesting event next month

Do you think you’re an inventor? No matter your age, come out to the Smyrna Assembly Hall on February 11th for a chance to win a prize for the best invention. Judges will be looking for creativity, supply/demand, and applicability. The public is invited to come see and meet the inventors! LINK

Monday, January 16, 2017

Family fun for those interested.

Come to the Smyrna branch and enjoy time with friends and family while playing board games and the Wii U.

Friday, January 13, 2017


Meet our featured #Adoptathon dog, Cooper! Cooper (A165113) is a handsome Labrador Retriever who is about 1 year and a half years old. He was surrendered over a month ago due to him being too big for his previous home. Cooper is a favorite of the staff and volunteers at PAWS, because he is so smart, affectionate with dogs of all sizes and sex, and is especially affectionate with people. He really likes attention and to play with other dogs!

The best thing about Cooper is that he comes with a FREE microchip, is already neutered, up-to-date on all vaccinations and is only a $20 adoption fee now until Sunday! Is he your #furevercompanion ? Contact PAWS at 615-898-7740 or message us on Facebook for more info. PAWS is open now until 6 p.m., until 5:30 p.m. for adoptions.

View his vid:

Reading is fun

For those interested in good books

The Smyrna Public Library Walter King Hoover Winter Reading Program starts January 20th! Be sure to sign up! There are some wonderful prizes again this year as you can see in the display cases. If you don't sign up and you don't read 6 books and turn in 6 forms as directed in the rules, you won't be eligible to win! BUMMER! Now don't let that happen to you! Join the fun!

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Registration required, so plan early.

Help the SPD

On January 10, 2017 at approximately 2:32 PM a white female wearing all black clothing, a black scarf over her head and face, and sunglasses walked into the Rite Aid Pharmacy located at 233 N. Lowry Street in Smyrna. The female brandished a semi-auto firearm and demanded drugs from one of the pharmacy techs. Witnesses state the female had dirty blonde hair. Anyone who may have been in the area of this pharmacy around this time and may have seen this female or may know who she might be is asked to contact Detective Allan Nabours with the Smyrna Police Department at Phone number (615) 267-5434.

Request from the SPD

Morris Nickels was arrested for a charge of Rape of a Child. The victim was a foster child. He has been a foster parent for several years and for several children and if you know any information of any other victims or information contact Detective Krieb 615-267-5148

Monday, January 9, 2017

Local event for teens

For the teens in your life.

Come join us at the Smyrna Public Library as we play games, watch movies, or make crafts. Ages 10 to 18.

Saturday, January 14 at 2 PM - 4 PM