The Tennessee state comptroller’s office issued a report Friday morning after its investigation found the Wilson County Chief Judicial Commissioner who retired Aug. 25 received pay by falsely reporting at least hours he did not work.
Wilson Central High School junior Christian Begnaud has added another honor to his resumé. The percussionist has been accepted into the Curb Youth Symphony Orchestra.
Lebanon police continue to investigate two shootings that occurred in the northern portion of the city last Wednesday that left two people hospitalized.
The Wilson County Commission agreed to provide annual funding again to New Leash on Life during Monday’s meeting after the COVID-19 pandemic prevented officials from the Lebanon animal shelter from making a request earlier this year.
Construction on State Route 109 is expected to take about a year longer than initially expected as Tennessee Department of Transportation officials anticipate construction will continue through late 2021.
The Wilson Post honored the exceptional ladies who appeared in Woman of Wilson columns this past year during a Facebook Live event on Aug. 25. Of those, Lebanon native Kirsten Harris was voted the overall Woman of Wilson for 2020.
Lebanon leaders recently discussed flooding throughout the city following another round of heavy rainfall that caused flash flooding, road closures and threatened a major city road.
The pedal to the concrete is a little different this year as the Mt. Juliet Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee goes the virtual route with its annual community Walk, Run & Roll event.
Lebanon Mayor Bernie Ash has tested positive for the COVID-19 virus and will quarantine from home with his wife, Marcia, for the next 14 days, according to a news release from the mayor's office.
This is a summary of Gov. Bill Lee’s COVID-19 press conference from Sept. 17. Officials spoke about visitations at nursing homes and a refusal to give Metro Nashville virus relief funds.
A fire at Mt. Juliet Elementary School shortly after 7 a.m. on Monday was quickly extinguished, according to Mt. Juliet Fire Chief Jamie Luffman. The fire was contained to one classroom.
Mt. Juliet Commissioners approved hiring nine more firefighters — the first of potentially 15 firefighters that will operate out of the future Mt. Juliet fire station to be located on Benton Douglas Parkway.
Tennessee will hold school districts harmless when it comes to enrollment numbers for purposes of BEP funding, and people receiving unemployment benefits soon will have to show they are searching for jobs, Gov. Bill Lee said Wednesday.
The Mill at Lebanon property owner Curtis Gibbs is scheduled to make a report Thursday to the Lebanon Board of Zoning Appeals to discuss violations and noted imminent danger to the public regarding portions of the property.
Mt. Juliet will soon be home to the M.L. Rose Craft Beer & Burgers restaurant as the company plans to open its fourth location there next spring.