Mary Harris was an adult nominee in Wilson County for the Governor’s Volunteer Stars Awards. Harris serves as the president of the Wilson County Black History Committee and has been involved in the group for more than 30 years.
The Lebanon Special School District, Wilson County Schools and the Tennessee Suicide Prevention Network joined forces to hold a suicide prevention and awareness workshop Tuesday night at Walter J. Baird Middle School.
Cracker Barrel Old Country Store officials recently announced the arrival of the Goo Goo Cluster Latte, a new premium coffee beverage inspired by the Goo Goo Cluster, a beloved, iconic candy of the South and America’s first combination candy bar.
The Cumberland University Phoenix Ball committee volunteers, led by chairpersons Chris and Lauren Smith, are hard at work to finalize details and recruit sponsors for the 35th annual black tie event, which will take place June 2 in the Dallas Floyd Recreation Center.
The festivities will include live music, vendor booths, free inflatables, a petting zoo, an emergency vehicle display and concessions from Hoite’s Barbecue and Kona Shaved Ice.
Wilson County Sheriff Robert Bryan spoke to the Lebanon Noon Rotary Club on Tuesday about the nationwide opioid crisis.
People can now view the television appearance of two Wilson County child abuse awareness advocates who spread their message and continue the battle against child abuse.
The Mt. Juliet Noon Rotary Club recently awarded a bicycle to a well-deserving student at Springdale Elementary School recently as a part of its Wheels in Motion Program, which honors a student from each elementary school in Mt. Juliet. The
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TAM awards of excellence were presented to statewide museum for exceptional projects and events during 2017. The purpose of the excellence awards was to recognize, encourage and promote excellence within the activities of the Tennessee museum community.
Dreamland Animal Rescue and Sanctuary held a free open house party Sunday despite the rainy weather.
Jim Amero, coordinator of the Watertown Mile-Long Yard Sale, said everything clicked for the 31st annual spring event Saturday.
The 2018 Youth Leadership Wilson class graduated recently, and according to executive director Dorie Mitchell, it was a stellar year filled with some big accomplishments.
The ladies league takes place on the last Friday of each month, and April 27 will be the second ladies-only tournament in senior center history.
Explore Lebanon’s historic areas on foot during the first Historic Hustle, a one-three-mile fun walk and run May 19 from 7:30-10 a.m. between the Lebanon Public Square and City Hall.
A variety of activities are planned in appreciation of the first responders and their families. A free lunch will be prepared and served from the church’s 24-foot “Joy To Go” mobile kitchen. A total of $1,200 in gift cards will be given away during drawings for a $100 gift card that will take place every 10 minutes during the event.