Lebanon women spent the early 1980s in fear of man dubbed “the Southside Rapist” by media outlets after a string of victims came forward to authorities – each detailing a similarly gruesome attack occurring on the south side of the city.
A feasibility study about a proposed Expo Center at the James A. Ward Agricultural Center commissioned by the Wilson County Commission yielded a lot of information at Wednesday night’s meeting.
Jill Micco, a 23-year veteran of the Wilson County School System whose position was eliminated by the director of schools in September, is the second individual to file a wrongful termination lawsuit against Director of Schools Dr. Tim Setterlund and the Board of Education.
Suicide was the likely cause of death of a man whose body was found at the Shutes Branch Recreation Area on Wednesday.
Cumberland University’s Beau Baker has been named one of the 10 finalists for the 2013 Fred Mitchell Award, which is provided to the Football Championship Subdivision, Division II, Division III, NAIA or NJCAA place-kicker that excels on the football field and in the community.
The boys basketball teams from Lebanon High, Wilson Central, Watertown and Mt. Juliet Christian all posted victories Tuesday night, Dec. 10.
Former University of Tennessee defensive back Inky Johnson will be the keynote speaker at Wilson County Athlete Day, Sunday, Dec. 15 at Lebanon’s Sweet Saviour Community Church.
Five Cumberland University soccer players, three women and two men, were named NAIA Daktronics Scholar-Athletes on Friday.