Lots of things to worry about before the fun of the girls trip begins.
The Mt. Juliet High School classes of 1960-1970 held a reunion at the high school and 152 alumni from those classes, including some from South Carolina, Kentucky, Florida, Texas, Virginia, Alabama, Georgia and California traveled to attend.
Thousands attended the 39th Wilco PowWow last weekend at the Wilson County Fairgrounds with pleasant weather drawing crowds to enjoy Native American tribal dances, food and cultural items.
Each first-grade student at Mt. Juliet Elementary will receive an electronic whisper phone following a $1,000 donation to the school from a car dealership last week.
Mt. Juliet city commissioners annexed and then rezoned 160 acres for a new subdivision on Benders Ferry Road on first reading at their Monday meeting.
It comes around every 5-10 years. A few start organizing. They select a date, a location and begin making plans to get everyone back together again. For that one night, most will put aside old grudges and judgments about political affiliations just to spend several hours reconnecting with th…
Third-grade students across Tennessee could be held back from going into fourth grade thanks to a law passed in the 2021 session by the Tennessee General Assembly.
The Wilson County Commissioners, at their monthly meeting Monday night, approved a bond sale of $59.9 million for the reconstruction of West Wilson Middle School and the purchase of three parcels of land for future schools.
Tennessee has been ranked as the top state for election integrity and security and Wilson County may have an advantage over other counties in the state thanks to its election administrator.
Nashville District Attorney Glenn Funk has announced that nine law enforcement officers, including one from the Mt. Juliet Police Department, will not face charges in the fatal shooting of a man on Interstate 65 last January.
Cumberland University announced it has received a gift of $1 million from the Hatfield and McClain families that will go to the McClain Sisters Scholarship for nursing students in the Jeanette C. Rudy School of Nursing and Health Professions.
The Wilson County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the shooting death of a 19-year-old in Mt. Juliet after he was discovered during the early morning of Sept. 10.
In the book of 1st Samuel, we see God sending the prophet (Samuel) to the house of Jesse to find and anoint a king to replace the rejected and soon to be deposed king Saul.