The family of a Purple Heart recipient recently received the keys to a new mortgage-free home in the Nichols Vale subdivision of Mt. Juliet, gifted to them as a salute of thanks.
Wilson County Schools students are now required to wear face coverings during school hours after a unanimous vote by Wilson County School board members at their meeting last Wednesday.
Retired Marine Lt. Col. Oliver North called on conservatives to use their faith and the power of prayer as a means for national change at the Restoring America: Faith, Family, Freedom event in Lebanon on the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks last Saturday.
I love it when my calendar is loaded up with good upcoming sales, and there are three September goodies that I recommend putting on your calendars, too.
Mt. Juliet Commissioners approved a rezoning request for property on Lebanon Road just inside the city limits that will likely become a commercial retail center.
Wilson County has surpassed 1,500 active COVID-19 cases, according to figures released Monday by the Tennessee Department of Health, as the county also saw an uptick in deaths related to COVID-19.
More than 2,200 participants – and the wheels of a bunch of baby strollers – pounded the pavement of West Main Street in Lebanon last Saturday morning as Sherry’s Run returned to Wilson County’s fundraising lineup after a one-year absence.
About 150 community members and first responders gathered to show respect in Mt. Juliet last Saturday to mark the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
Watertown and Wilson County leaders urged citizens to use the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks as a means for unity during the city’s annual Sept. 11 Remembrance event.
Love’s Way Church has secured land for a new facility after church leaders said the congregation has outgrown its current facility and hopes to expand its reach.
Longtime judge Haywood Barry will retire effective Dec. 31 as the General Sessions Division II judge after nearly five decades in courtrooms and public service, according to a letter he submitted last week to Wilson County Mayor Randall Hutto.
Was it Colonel Mustard in the library with a rope? Audience members can find out, starting Thursday, Sept. 9 as Wilson Central High School’s Wildcat Theatre presents, “Clue: On Stage.”
Thermo Fisher Scientific officials announced Tuesday that the Waltham, Mass.-based life sciences company will establish a new manufacturing facility in Wilson County, that will lead to 1,400 new jobs.
Mt. Juliet is now Wilson County’s most populated city, according to U.S. Census Bureau data, as city and county officials prepare for redistricting.
The 18th Sherry’s Run 5K/Walk is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 11 at 8 a.m. in Lebanon and walkers, runners or anyone who wants to support participants from the sidelines are encouraged to be there.
Amid virus-related school district closures, multiple lawsuits and a federal civil rights investigation, Gov. Bill Lee said Thursday he stands by the state’s strategy for protecting school children from the COVID-19 virus.