Mt. Juliet has been selected to be the site of a new hub for FedEx, a project that could bring a large number of jobs to the area.
A pedestrian was injured in Mt. Juliet after stumbling into traffic and being struck by a pickup truck.
Wilson County Schools Director Dr. Donna Wright told county commissioners on Monday night the system was "investigating" the seven-period schedule implemented at the beginning of the 2014-2015 school year.
She explained during a follow-up interview with The Wilson Post on Tuesday that it goes "a little deeper than just investigating."
Lebanon officials announce plans to spray for mosquitoes.
Soph wins three-way playoff
HENDERSONVILLE -- Wilson Central High will be sending four golfers on to next week's Region 5AAA tournament after stellar performances in Monday's District 9AAA tourney at Country Hills.
Wildcat sophomore Blain Turner won a five-hole playoff with Hendersonville golfers Jacob Sherlin and Charles Seals to claim the individual district title.
Lindsay Kitson records third shutout
JACKSON -- Kaitlin Phillips scored in the 14th minute and Shauna Gilpin posted a goal and an assist, as eighth-ranked Cumberland recorded its third victory in five days with a 2-0 win Monday night over Union University in Jackson.
Summaries from Friday, Sept. 12
LEBANON -- Senior Steven Hollis scored touchdowns on runs of 82 and 63 yards Friday night to help lead Friendship Christian to a 35-0 win over Trousdale County at Pirtle Field.
Upward basketball at FBC
Sign ups for Upward Basketball and Cheerleading at First Baptist Church, Lebanon are now underway. Upward is a program for boys and girls in grades 1-4. Deadline to register is Tuesday, Sept. 30. To register your child, visit the FBC office, 227 East Main Street, between the hours of 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. Cost of league is $80. Call the church at 444-3330 with questions.