After a little more than five years in business in Mt. Juliet, Third Coast Salt Spa broke ground for a new facility recently that will quadruple the space of the existing wellness and skincare spa.
A partnership between the Lebanon Police Department and Cumberland Mental Health Services will look to improve the agency’s response to mental health issues during emergency calls.
The Boxwell Scout Reservation in Lebanon will soon have a new skilled trades center as a groundbreaking ceremony is set for Thursday, Oct. 21 at the Boys Scouts of America reservation.
Wilson County Schools is looking for land for future school campuses, according to WCS Director of Schools Jeff Luttrell, who said the district is reaching out to county landowners who will be willing to sell part or all of their property.
The Mt. Juliet Commission held its first work session on redistricting as other government entities continue to work toward new zones based on the most recent census.
The Wilson County Commission filled vacant seats for the commission, the Wilson County Schools board and general sessions court at its monthly meeting on Monday night.
After Wilson County Schools switched to learning virtually last year, it found that many parents wanted their students to continue learning that way.
University of Tennessee at Knoxville President Randy Boyd recently dropped his support for a Knoxville fundraiser for Sen. Mark Pody (R-Lebanon) after criticism from the university community.
On Oct. 14, 1921, farm boy Claude Prowell, 19, kick-started his Indian motorcycle and set off from Wilson County on the trip of a lifetime, a solo journey that would have made Ernest Hemingway and Jack London envious.
A well-known executive director of a Lebanon homeless and battered women’s center has received an esteemed annual award from the Lebanon Breakfast Rotary Club.