A three-tenant business area across from West Wilson Middle School in Mt. Juliet demolished by a 2020 tornado has been revived from the ground up and will house Autism in Motion.
The Wilson County Commission has chosen five commissioners for its redistricting committee, which is tasked with overseeing redistricting the county based on the 2020 census results.
Another Wilson County animal rescue group will set up shop in the former Old Friends Senior Dog Sanctuary facility in Mt. Juliet to continue its own animal welfare mission.
Parents, students and community members got their first look at the new Jones Brummett Elementary School last Sunday during an open house and ribbon cutting.
If you are looking for an easy and fun day trip, this Friday’s Cottage Tour and Bazaar at the Monteagle Assembly Grounds is a good bet.
A developer broke ground last Wednesday on a 296-unit apartment community that will come with a road extension of Providence Parkway to Central Pike in Mt. Juliet.
Tickets for the 2021 Wilson County Fair Tennessee State Fair are available for purchase and competition registration is now open as the fair enters a new phase this year.
Mt. Juliet officials will take the first steps in building a new city hall and recreation complex in the city, although no city funds have been declared for the project.
Health officials across the country, including those at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, are urging people to take caution against COVID-19 as a highly infectious variant makes its way through the country.
Alpaca Yoga Renee Kemp, of Carthage, takes a picture of an alpaca during the Alpaca Yoga class at the Farm Bureau Expo Center on Saturday. The class was a part of the three-day Natural Fiber Extravaganza conducted by the Alpaca Owners Association.
The wearing of masks for COVID-19 precautions will now be optional for Wilson County Schools staff and students when the new school year begins next month after the WCS board unanimously approved the new policy at its monthly meeting on Monday night.
The Mt. Juliet Commission honored a Mt. Juliet student Monday and allowed him to serve as the honorary mayor of the city during the commission’s meeting Monday night.
The newly formed Wilson Rides program will look to raise funds through this week’s Give65 event and is seeking more volunteers for the program aimed at assisting seniors throughout Wilson County.
Yoga instructor Kim Struglinski, owner of Heart of Wisdom Yoga, leads the Alpaca Yoga class at the Farm Bureau Expo Center on Saturday. The class was a part of the three-day Natural Fiber Extravaganza conducted by the Alpaca Owners Association.
Wilson Post Sports Editor Tommy Bryan has filled hundreds of notebooks, scrapbooks, computer screens and Smartphones by writing about the accomplishments of Wilson County athletes for nearly 44 years.
Repairs to a bridge pillar under the Mt. Juliet Road Interstate-40 overpass that had been damaged in a fatal crash last month were completed a little more than one week ahead of schedule last Thursday, according to a Tennessee Department of Transportation spokesperson.
Businesses impacted by a March flood continue to rebound and reopen as city governments not only offer assistance but also look for remedies to flooding issues.