A month after significant flooding ravaged the Valley Center in Mt. Juliet, a few of the businesses are reopened or temporarily relocated, with the majority still in clean-up mode with projected reopening weeks away.
Dedication to family and the desire to be together summarize the relationship between a Lebanon mother and her daughter that has conquered the highs and lows of life together without forgetting what means the most to them.
The Lebanon Planning Commission has deferred action on development on Hickory Ridge Road after several residents voiced concerns about an altered preliminary plat approved in 2018.
The Tennessee State Fair’s move to Wilson County to become part of the Wilson County Fair now needs only Gov. Bill Lee’s approval.
Mask wearing will still be required for all kindergarten through 12th grade students in Wilson County Schools despite an easing of face-covering restrictions around the state, the WCS board decided Monday night.
The Tennessee Radio Hall of Fame recently announced longtime Lebanon radio personality Coleman Walker will be included in the organization’s 2021 induction class.
With the 80th annual Middle Tennessee Strawberry Festival coming up this weekend in Portland, you know it must be time, or almost time, for picking your own strawberries at area farms.
Wilson County’s vaccination figures are below the state’s average as Gov. Bill Lee recently announced additional guidance for the state to continue to reopen amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
State-wide testing for Wilson County Schools students begins on May 4, WCS director Dr. Donna Wright told the WCS board of education at its April 29 workshop.
The Lebanon City Council heads for its first reading of the proposed 2021-2022 fiscal year budget after it recently completed a series of budget work sessions.
Three Mt. Juliet schools — W.A. Wright Elementary School, Green Hill High School and Mt. Juliet Christian Academy — have received STEM grants from the Tennessee Valley Authority.
The 2021 Wilson County Good Scout Award Luncheon helped to raise more than $51,000 for the Middle Tennessee Council Boy Scouts of America as dozens of supporters filled the Capitol Theatre to donate and honor scout leaders last week.
On the heels of Earth Day last week, a local group plans to celebrate National Bike Day with its annual community event “Ride Mt. Juliet” through the heart of the city on Sunday, May 2.
With an estimated 300 waterfalls in our state, there are plenty of wonderful and affordable one-day waterfall adventures within easy reach.
Plans for a future sports complex on the southern end of Lebanon are set to be presented to the Lebanon City Council nearly two years after the city purchased 150 acres for $2.5 million for the facility.
Wilson Post photographer Dallus Whitfield caught up with some Wilson Central and Watertown High School prom goers last Saturday afternoon at the Mitchell House on West Main Street in Lebanon. The historic home, built in 1910, is a popular spot for photos.
Construction on the Cedars of Lebanon State Park splash pad is expected to be finished this fall after the project was delayed last year.