Wilson County will have its own 100-foot aerial ladder fire truck after the Wilson County Commission approved the $1.6 million cost at its meeting on Monday night.
To give a bit of grace and take the opportunity to educate drivers, the Mt. Juliet Board of Commissioners unanimously passed a resolution that gives parking-on-the-street offenders a reprieve if they haven’t been cited within the previous 12 months.
Mt. Juliet city commissioners decided spending nearly $3 million to purchase land to expand the public works and engineering department facilities needed more negotiations with the landowners at their Monday meeting.
New hazmat detection equipment has been added to the Fire Department of Mt. Juliet’s lifesaving arsenal through a grant from a sandwich restaurant company’s charitable foundation.
Wilson County veterans received words of appreciation and gratitude as people filled the Wilson County Veterans Museum for the annual Wilson County Veterans Day celebration last Friday.
It’s going to happen. It’s inevitable. Just like taxes, not a single one of us is immune to the finality that is death. We are never ready.
Most of the women learned how to sew doll clothes and simple garments a half century ago and today makes stitches to honor war veterans.
Lebanon Ward 3 Councilor Camille Burdine retained her seat and Phil Morehead won his race to join the Lebanon City Council, representing, Ward 6, in the county’s only contested municipal races in the Nov. 8 election.
There’s a whole lot of fancy dancing going around Mt. Juliet as six well-known people in the community put on heels, rolled up their tuxedo sleeves and will hit the ballroom floor for the first “Dancing with the Mt. Juliet Stars” competition.
The Wilson County Schools board approved a one-year extension for Director Jeff Luttrell’s contract through Nov. 6, 2026, at its monthly meeting Monday night.
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation will investigate the circumstances that led to a man’s death in Mt. Juliet late Wednesday night after an officer-involved shooting.
Mt. Juliet High School teacher James Peach and some of his audio-visual students are in charge of the remote control to the largest TV in Wilson County on Friday nights in the fall.