Funeral services have been set for 12 Noon Saturday, Aug. 23 at the Rutland Baptist Church, 800 Rutland Road, Mt. Juliet, for Mr. Clemmons, 70. He died August 18, 2014 at the Alive Hospice Facility in Madison.
Funeral services are scheduled for 2 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 23 at the Gordonsville Chapel of Bass Funeral Homes for Mrs. Clark, 36, of Alexandria.
Mr. Hunt, 73, of Bowling Green, KY died Monday, Aug. 18, 2014 at Greenview Hospital. Born in Lebanon Jan. 17, 1941, he is preceded in death by his parents Sam and Louise Hunt, brother-in-law Ed Mason and sister-in-law Dixie Hunt.
A man charged in an accident that took the life of a Nashville physician was in court Thursday, Aug. 21 for a preliminary hearing.
Clayton Rogers, 20, of Mt. Juliet, has been charged with Felony Reckless Endangerment. He was also cited for failure to yield to a traffic signal.
Stray bullets have struck several homes recently in a Mt. Juliet neighborhood, and Mt. Juliet Police are very concerned with this activity and are hoping to identify the source of the bullets.
The Lebanon City Council passed resolutions on first reading to establish policies for Public and Criminal History Records Tuesday night, Aug. 19.
The items will be up for a second and final vote on Tuesday, Sept. 2. If passed, the policies will be posted online for the public to access.
Lebanon High is shuffling the responsibilities of its varsity football staff after offensive line coach Toby Bates was relieved of his duties earlier this week.
A non-faculty assistant in his second season with the Blue Devils, Bates allegedly threatened and head-butted a player -- who was wearing a helmet -- Tuesday after practice.
Watertown tops Wilson Central
WATERTOWN -- Down 2-0 after two games, Watertown High rallied for a 3-2 volleyball victory over visiting Wilson Cental High Tuesday evening. Game scores: 22-25, 22-25, 25-19, 25-21 and 15-7.
Improving to 1-1 following a season-opening loss Monday at Mt. Juliet Christian Academy, WHS was led by Paige Mock with nine kills and seven aces.
A Flash Flood Warning has been issued for northeastern Wilson County until 5:45 p.m., Wednesday, by the National Weather Service Office in Old Hickory.
A severe thunderstorm warning for southeastern Wilson County has been extended until 2:45 p.m. by the National Weather Service Office in Old Hickory.
Be careful if you are out and about this afternoon as the heat index should be between 102-105 degrees.
Calvin Gaskey gave his daughter the winning-edge on Tuesday night at the Wilson County Fair’s Great Give-Away.
Hers is a name that most folks in Wilson County know – and rightfully so. Lebanon native Annette Stafford never stops representing or working for the community she calls home.
When the workday is done, Meredith McDowell has a choice to make: “Do I want clean dishes or do I want to spend time with my daughter?”
A meeting will be held on Wednesday, Aug. 27 at 8 a.m. in Lebanon City Hall to discuss preliminary details of a sports complex and hotel considering a Lebanon location.
MT. JULIET -- City residents, commuters to Nashville, and other passers-through may soon be able to order lattes, hazelnut macchiatos, grande or venti coffees, or even a blueberry scone from a new Starbucks on Lebanon Road, if plans come to fruition to build a location of the internationally-franchised coffee chain on Mt. Juliet’s north side.
Wilson County Election Commission has set Tuesday, Sept. 23, as the date of the election regarding the City of Lebanon Sales and Use Tax Referendum.
It was a magical Monday night for Mt. Juliet’s Brette Ruff who bested 14 fellow contestants for the title of 2014 Fairest of the Fair.
It was a case of one thing that led to another thing that led to another thing Friday night in an incident that began at the gate to the Wilson County Fairgrounds on Tennessee Boulevard and led to the arrest of six adults and some juveniles on various charges.
A man suspected of robbing a store and then shooting a store employee in the leg before fleeing on Aug. 1 in Lebanon was arrested on Monday.
I believe that the bird news of the week is about the many friends that I have seen at the 2014 Wilson County Fair. Many have stopped by at our booth, Main Street Media, which owns, The Wilson Post, The Gallatin News and the Hendersonville Standard. We are also in with Wilson Living Magazine.