It was a surreal scene in the parking lot at Mt. Juliet Christian Academy. Two demolished cars with the teen drivers and passengers groaning, bleeding and one too still. Dead.
Oh my poor tired feet. I feel like I have walked a hundred miles in the past two days, but I really know better. It was so very good to see old friends and make some new ones at the 38th Annual Elsie Quarterman Glade Festival.
Cumberland University's athletic department is offering a full line-up of summer camps for kids of all ages.
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As a child, Kitty Woodson heard her mother stress the importance of treating others the way you want to be treated: "Live by the golden rule and you can't go wrong."
Never say "never" could be Sam Houston Elementary Principal Julie Beasley's motto.
Creating extraordinary cakes isn't something Brooke Palmer set out to do - but as fate would have it, a moment of necessity blossomed into a business of baking unique treats.
One Mt. Juliet leader had hopes the Expo Center would be built in West Wilson and contends it would have made more money there.
Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development (TDECD) Randy Boyd along with KHS America representatives announced Thursday the musical instrument manufacturer and distributor will expand its current operations in Wilson County.
A new concrete plant has been approved in the industrial neighborhood on Lebanon's south side, but officials are stipulating their approval on the plant complying with state and federal environmental regulations.
Nobody wants to hear about abused children. They want to hear about all the good things that can happen to children. But CASA, which stands for Court-Appointed Special Advocates for Children, is a good thing that happens to abused or neglected children.
University Medical Center donated five Phillips HeartStart FRx Defibrillators to help the city of Lebanon on Wednesday afternoon.
Lebanon's Cedarcroft Home Inc. is taking part in The Big Payback, a region-wide, 24-hour online giving event created to help Middle Tennessee nonprofits raise funds vital to continue their work and directly improve the community around them.
The magnificent estate Cracker Barrel Founder Danny Evins once called home will go on the auction block this Saturday.
Lorrie Morgan will serve as keynote speaker for the inaugural Woman of Wilson Luncheon.
Middle Tennessee's premier wine festival, A Toast to Tennessee, is on tap Saturday at Nashville Shores.
Former head coach at Cane Ridge
Former Cane Ridge head coach Jonathan Parks has been hired as the running backs coach at Mt. Juliet.
Golden Bears head coach Trey Perry is not only is excited about the hire of Parks but said it was a no brainer to add another coach with head coaching experience.
There's nothing like the feeling behind the wheel of a spanking new, state-of-the-art car.
We are standing on the threshold of May, and all I can think about is getting things planted in my vegetable garden. Just the thoughts of having home grown tomatoes at my disposal gets my mouth to watering.
In an attempt to make the city more attractive to developers and clarify its water tap-on fee system, the City of Lebanon's Engineering Department is recommending a major revamping of some of the ordinances governing those fees.
Two Rivers Ford is bringing Ford Motor Company's Drive 4 UR Community program back to Wilson County on Saturday, May 2 in an effort to raise up to $6,000 for the Kiwanis Clubs of Mt. Juliet and Lebanon.
Dot Ponder remembers selling her first box of Girl Scout cookies for 30 cents. That was in Florida when she was a little girl. That first foray into the world of scouting morphed into a 30-plus year career in the Girl Scouts.
Former Wilson Co. Commissioner
MT. JULIET -- Funeral services have been scheduled for 2 p.m. Sunday, May 3 at the Victory Baptist Church for Mr. William L. "Bill" Patton, 76.
A long-time resident of Mt. Juliet and a former 16-year member of the Wilson County Commission, Mr. Patton died April 30, 2015