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With a packed Mt. Juliet City Chambers and 48 more people in overflow space in the lobby, Belinda City residents defeated a proposed multi-use development behind their neighborhood last Thursday night.

A state lawmaker is looking to raise the minimum age to buy tobacco and vaping products to 21 years of age in hopes of saving lives and making the state healthier.

Gov. Bill Lee recently announced plans to repeal the state’s amusement tax on gym memberships in his upcoming budget.

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The Mt. Juliet restaurant owner who was harshly criticized on social media because his event room was rented by Senate candidate Rep. Marsha Blackburn last Saturday has garnered national attention and spokespersons for her opponent, former Tennessee Governor Phil Bredesen, said that the Demo…

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Camille Burdine announces her candidacy for Lebanon City Council Ward 3. As a development professional, community leader and resident of Ward 3, Camille has built a reputation as a woman of action and feels now is the right time to serve her district and the community.

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Two-time Wilson County Mayor Randall Hutto will continue his work another four years after handily defeating an unexpected challenger – former State Sen. Mae Beavers.

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Mark Cagle has announced his candidacy to represent the 46th District as a member of the Tennessee House of Representatives.

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Eugene Murray announces his candidacy for Wilson County Commissioner for the 21st District. Murray is a lifelong resident of Wilson County and has lived in the 21st District for the past 40 years.

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Debbie Moss was elected Wilson County Circuit Court Clerk in 2014. A life-long Wilson County resident and graduate of Mt. Juliet High School, Moss has become a Certified Public Official since taking office and serves as a board member for the Middle Tennessee Court Clerks Association as well…