MT. JULIET -- Months of courtship paid off for Mt. Juliet when Courtyards of Marriott said “yes” this week.
Lebanon Police have charged a man they believe is responsible for raping a 5-year-old girl.
Ford Motor Company and its dealers have launched a new program called Drive 4 UR Community, which is designed to help raise much needed funding for local community groups and nonprofit organizations.
Early Voting on the proposed sales tax hike for the City of Lebanon is slow-going with slightly more than 2 percent of eligible voters in the city casting ballots so far.
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.
FCS softball fish fry set Sept. 13
Friendship Christian School’s softball team will host a fund-raising fish fry Saturday, Sept. 13 in the FCS cafeteria between the hours of 4-7 p.m. Tickets are $10 each and are available in advance from the players or at the door. Plates include fish, fries, hushpuppies, baked beans, slaw, drink & dessert. An all-you-can-eat option is available for an additional $5. TV's will be on site so that fans won't miss the college football games.
Volleyball player of the Week
LEBANON -- Cumberland setter Ashton Perez earned Mid-South Conference Volleyball Player of the Week accolades on Monday for her performance in five outings last week for the Bulldogs, including four victories.
The sophomore averaged 32.8 assists and 8.8 digs per match in five matches, adding 13 kills with nine blocks (seven block assists).
LHS boys win Beech Invitational
HENDERSONVILLE -- Placing all seven runners in the top 50, Lebanon High’s cross country team won the Beech High Invitational Meet Saturday, Sept. 6 at Sanders Ferry Park.
The Blue Devils finished with 95 points followed by Cookeville at 98 and Station Camp with 105.