Casey Monette has called Lebanon “home” since age 2. As a Realtor at Blackwell Realty and Auction, and concurrently, a design specialist for Stewart Knowles Construction, Monette helps others make Wilson County their home sweet home as well.
Clyde Thomas Woods wears a big smile but bigger yet is his laugh. Sizing him up from the shoes on his feet to the ball cap on his head, you’d never believe he turned 100 years old today.
Eight-year-old Hyrum Howes didn’t sleep a wink one night last week, but, had he been, he likely would have been dreaming of sailing aboard a three-masted galleon as a boy buccaneer in search of pieces of eight and gold doubloons.
Quality Center for Rehabilitation and Healing of Lebanon has been recognized as a 2019 Silver – Achievement in Quality Award recipient by the American Health Care Association and National Center for Assisted Living (AHCA/NCAL).
Residents who live in southeastern rural Wilson County are about to get a high-tech upgrade when it comes to internet speeds that are currently creeping, crawling or nonexistent.
Tatum Jones has been promoted to personal banker at the Lebanon office of First Freedom Bank, Kenny Beavers, Senior Vice President and Director of Retail Banking, announced.
Watertown community members gathered with first responders across Wilson County last Wednesday to pay tribute to those who died in the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attack.
The Wilson County School Board voted on Monday night to enter into an agreement with the Tennessee Department of Transportation to construct turn lanes on Lebanon Road in front of West Elementary School in Mt. Juliet.
Golfing for Cops Present and Future will be held Friday, Sept. 20 at 1:30 p.m. at Pine Creek Golf Course. The tournament is a benefit for the Mt. Juliet Police Explorers. Cost is $120 per player, which includes cart and green fees and barbecue lunch at 11:30 a.m. For information contact Cpl.…
More than 3,500 people participated in the 16th annual Sherry’s Run 5K Run/Walk and helped raised thousands of dollars to go toward assisting cancer patients and their families.
Wilson County native Steve Quarles recently donated a few of his military items to the Tennessee State Museum that will be displayed at the recently opened museum in Nashville.
Gold is the traditional gift given on a 50th anniversary, and the Watertown Public Library kept true to tradition with gold streamers, balloons and other decorations Tuesday, Sept. 3 when it celebrated the golden occasion.