Questions and answers with Julie Ruesewald, owner of The Basement Marketplace in Old Hickory.
Mt. Juliet city commissioners delayed a vote on a land purchase originally proposed at $2.9 million for expansion of the city’s public works department for the second meeting in a row Monday night and will consider a new contract.
Despite a negative recommendation from the Mt. Juliet Planning Commission this month, a pitch for a commercial and townhome development on Lebanon Road is expected to be included on the Mt. Juliet Board of Commissioners’ agenda for the Dec. 12 meeting.
Andrea Berkovsky said she told herself she wouldn’t cry as she accompanied her daughter to the opening of the rebuilt Stoner Creek Elementary School in Mt. Juliet on Monday, but the tears started to form outside of the school.
A series of upcoming meetings will discuss the expansion of urban growth boundaries in Mt. Juliet and Watertown after Mt. Juliet officials requested an analyzation of its possible expansion.
Wilson County will have its own 100-foot aerial ladder fire truck after the Wilson County Commission approved the $1.6 million cost at its meeting on Monday night.
When you peruse all the intricate woodworking crafted by Larry Bartley you figure he started honing his skills with a pocketknife and piece of wood at the age of about 12.
Image Hotel Management announced that it has opened its first dual-branded avid hotel and Holiday Inn & Suites. The Mt. Juliet hotel is described in a company news release as appealing to business and leisure travelers.
During the last week of October, Lebanon High School students and staff participated in Red Ribbon Week festivities honoring the sacrifice of the late DEA agent Agent Enrique Camarena and spreading the word about illicit drug abuse in local communities.
To give a bit of grace and take the opportunity to educate drivers, the Mt. Juliet Board of Commissioners unanimously passed a resolution that gives parking-on-the-street offenders a reprieve if they haven’t been cited within the previous 12 months.
Five Oaks residents will likely sleep better after the Lebanon City Council unanimously approved a rezoning request that would limit future residential development in the Ward 6 subdivision on the west side of the city.