Burger Republic, a Nashville-based original concept specializing in gourmet burgers, American craft beers and hand-dipped milkshakes, announced plans Monday to open its third location in the first-floor level of Mt. Juliet's Providence Station.
Lebanon High head football coach Sam Harp sat down with Sports Editor Tommy Bryan earlier this month for a lengthy interview about the Blue Devil preseason and the outlook for the 2015 season.
These interviews are made available by O'Charley's, Exit 238, and The Wilson Post.
A body was found Sunday morning in the parking lot of a local nightclub, according to Lebanon Police.
Before David Riemens disappeared three years ago this month, there likely were no two people that knew him much better than his bosom friends Donny and Laura Nuessle.
MJCA, FCS & Watertown win --
It was a night of big plays and big delays as Week One of prep football cranked up Friday, Aug. 21 for five Wilson County high school teams.
Mt. Juliet Christian Academy, Watertown and Friendship Christian all came away victorious while Mt. Juliet and Wilson Central took it on the chin.
Lebanon was idle and will open the 2015 season at home Friday, Aug. 28 vs. Warren County.
After a brief search Thursday, a 22-year-old man wanted for statutory rape in Georgia was apprehended by Mt. Juliet police after the suspect shared his wanted status with a McDonald's employee.
It's really easy to look at the actions of others and make judgments then tell ourselves how we could have done it differently or better.
Because Mt. Juliet is a donut community of greater Nashville, it's a microcosm of the burgeoning technology boom.
Local economic leaders said the recent multi-million-dollar business park property transfer in Mt. Juliet is a "positive message" for Wilson County.
It was big bucks for the animals when a local insurance agent gave $1,000 to the Mt. Juliet Animal Shelter's volunteer organization Wednesday.
charged with auto burglary --
Two Lebanon men arrested Thursday night and charged on multiple counts dealing with theft from vehicles parked at the Wilson County Fair.
Lebanon Public Safety officers acted on a tip from a fair patron and arrested Deangelo Weir, 26 and Antwon Head, 25 and charged them with stealing from unlocked cars in the fair parking lot.
On the day of Wilson Central's home opener vs. Beech, here's a video interview with Wildcat head coach Brad Dedman.
This and the other interviews in the series are brought to you by O'Charley's and The Wilson Post.
Just follow the link -- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N3ucWG47waU&feature=youtu.be
Funeral services will be held 11 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 22 at Ligon & Bobo Funeral Home for Mr. Hamilton, 57, of Lebanon.
Funeral services will be held 3 p.m. Friday, Aug. 21 at Sellars Funeral Home on the Baddour Parkway for Mrs. Davis, 92, of Lebanon.
A funeral mass was held Wednesday morning, Aug. 26 at St. Stephen Catholic Community for Mrs. Jordan, 80, of Mt. Juliet.
On the day of Watertown's season and home-opener vs. Gordonsville, here's 17 good minutes with Purple Tiger head football coach Gavin Webster.
Sports editor Tommy Bryan conducted this interview recently at O'Charley's on Exit 238.
It's here again. I do mean the Wilson County Fair. It doesn't seem like a full year has come and gone again.
Second in a series of video interviews with Wilson County's prep football coaches in advance of the 2015 season openers.
Follow the link for an interview with Mt. Juliet's Trey Perry. Interviews are brought to you by The Wilson Post and O'Charley's on Exit 238.
Lebanon Mayor Philip Craighead announced on the Coleman & Company radio show Tuesday that the search is on for a new economic development director.
Veterans Service Officer Bernie Ash reported that three flags were stolen from the Wilson County Veterans Park.
Sports Editor Tommy Bryan sat down recently for a series of one-on-one video interviews with Wilson County high school football coaches at Lebanon's O'Charley's -- home of Free Pie Wednesday.
First up is Friendship Christian head coach John McNeal.
Hopefully you've been working on your happiness since last week. Maybe you've even noticed a difference in your day. Maybe, juuuust maybe, you've even considered this whole "healthy eating" thing everybody keeps going on about. And being the go-getter that you are (or are not, hey, who am I to judge) you even looked on the internet for some answers to your dietary dilemmas.
In the next couple weeks, readers of The Wilson Post will notice a new paper size for Wilson County's community newspaper.
This past Wednesday we moved our eldest into her new home away from home for the next four years.
In just three short months, the weather will be cooler, the days will be shorter and the holiday decorations will be everywhere. That's the perfect time for the Wilson Living Holiday Expo & Gala, and we couldn't be more excited to be bringing it to you for the seventh year in a row!
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