Tori Oakley has been promoted to Personal Banker at First Freedom Bank’s Mt. Juliet office on Lebanon Road, Senior Vice President and Director of Retail Banking Kenny Beavers announced last week.
Leadership Middle Tennessee, the regional leadership organization that encompasses a 10-county collective of community leaders in Middle Tennessee, has announced the 40 members of the incoming Class of 2020.
Two recent Wilson County high school graduates snagged top in the nation awards in the Broadcast Journalism category at the Future Business Leaders of America National Leadership Conference.
Thousands of people are expected to visit the Wilson County Fair this week, and retired Marine Staff Sgt. Bill Schorndorf hopes a good portion will visit the World War II Museum located in Fiddlers Grove.
Dozens of weekly subjects of The Wilson Post’s Women of Wilson feature gathered at Cumberland’s Baird Chapel last Thursday for the Fifth annual Women of Wilson (WOW) sponsored by Vanderbilt Wilson County Hospital.
The Fifth Annual Tennessee Wildlife and Landscape Photo Contest sponsored by the Tennessee Wildlife Federation is taking submissions through Aug. 31. Photographers — amateurs and professionals — can enter up to 20 of their best images of Tennessee’s wildlife and landscapes. The winning photo…
Lebanon Special School District’s newest elementary school will be named in honor of two longtime champions of education, Steve Jones and Andy Brummett, the district announced Tuesday.
Mt. Juliet conservative Republican Aaron Shane announced Monday that he will not seek the Tennessee House 57th District seat in 2020 after he challenged incumbent Susan Lynn in 2018.
Congressman John Rose wanted to send a message to some of the larger federal regulatory agencies with one of his first co-sponsored bills: don’t forget the businesspeople in smaller rural towns.
Instead of a mic drop last Thursday on the first day of school in Wilson County, most drivers in Mt. Juliet dropped their cell phones while driving.