Buddy the Elf has made his way to Wilson Central High School as Wildcat Theatre presents, “Elf, the Musical,” this week for five performances at the school’s theatre.
Wilson County experienced a slight increase in its two-week COVID-19 case daily average, according to data released by the Tennessee Department of Health on Monday.
Gladeville Middle School and Mt. Juliet Middle School were state middle school recipients of a Career Technical Education grant worth $9,200 per school from the Tennessee Department of Education.
Two separate car crashes, one involving a motorcycle, in Wilson County resulted in two fatalities over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, according to the Tennessee Highway Patrol.
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.
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.
Thanksgiving starts, whether we like it or not, the countdown to Christmas. Most stores start putting up decorations right after Halloween and some, before that.
The nostalgia is alive and well at Lebanon’s Snow White Drive In restaurant with the recent passing of the manager’s baton from Patty Lehew to her 22-year-old granddaughter, Angel Lehew.
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…
Seventh graders at Carroll-Oakland Elementary School in Lebanon recently tested the Humpty Dumpty theory in a Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) project for Stephanie Porter’s science class.
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.)
Leaders of Wilson County Schools and Lebanon Special School District said that they are uncomfortable with a new law allowing for partisan ballots in school board elections.
A Mt. Juliet woman has been charged for a threat involving Green Hill High School that was posted anonymously on the message board YikYak.
Walter J. Baird Assistant Principal Dr. Amber Gailbreath was selected as the Tennessee Association of Secondary Schools Assistant Principal of the Year for Middle Tennessee.
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…