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A revitalized mural in Lebanon is set to be unveiled Wednesday at 1 p.m. by the Wilson County Convention Visitors Bureau after it was vandalized earlier this year.

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Mt. Juliet Commissioners approved new districts on first reading during its most recent meeting, although changes are expected to the proposed map prior to the group’s second vote.

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After marrying the love of her life, Melanie Maggart moved to Wilson County. Prior to that the Orlando, Fla., native lived in Murfreesboro.

The holiday season is often called the “Most Wonderful Time of the Year,” but it can also be the most expensive time of the year. With Christmas just weeks away, it’s time to start thinking about what gifts to purchase this year – and how to pay for them.

New public defenders office An open house was held last Thursday at the new offices of 15th Judicial District Public Defender Shelley Thompson Gardner, located at 308 N. Cumberland St. in Lebanon. Front from left: office manager Mary Carver, Public Defender Shelley Gardner and administrative…

Thanksgiving Day is almost here – a time to stop and reflect on the past year, and years - a time once again to recount our blessings. This year it seems like the holidays have come faster than usual. (Personally, I wish things would slow down a bit.)

Cumberland’s food project Chartwell’s Higher Education, the food service provider for Cumberland University, held a “Thank-Ful Friendsgiving” event on Nov. 18 at the Phillips Dining Hall. Students, faculty and staff were encouraged to donate canned food items in exchange for a free Thanksgiv…