Smoke clouded the air in the neighborhood around W Lester Ave on Saturday afternoon as emergency crews worked to put out a house fire.
After less than two months away from politics, former state Sen. Mae Beavers has pulled a petition and set her sights on the Wilson County mayor’s office.
The campaign for equal justice is held annually since 1987 to support the Legal Aid Society – Tennessee’s largest nonprofit law firm – in its mission to provide free legal assistance to low-income individuals throughout Middle Tennessee and the Cumberland Plateau.
According to AAA public affairs specialist Megan Osborne, the auto club group company will partner with Anheuser-Busch to offer the Tow to Go program, offering free rides from Friday through Sunday.
Wayne and Geri Hailey were adult nominees in Wilson County for the 2017 Governor’s Volunteer Stars Awards. Wayne Hailey has volunteered his time at Southside Elementary School for four years. At the school, he is known simply as ‘Pawpaw.’
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Editor’s Note: The following are suspects booked into the Wilson County Jail during the specified time frame. All persons charged are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
Harris joined the Lebanon office as its sales manager. His experience in marketing and real estate and his passion for customer relationships made him ideally suited for a leadership position in the growing office, said Parks CEO Bob Parks.
February retail sales increased 0.3 percent seasonally adjusted compared January and 4.4 percent year-over-year as the economy continued to grow, the National Retail Federation said recently.
Emergency crews had to cut one person out of a car Friday morning after a three-vehicle wreck on Highway 109 at Leeville Road.
Gregory Koller, 61, of McMinnville, was charged in connection to a homicide earlier this week after a joint investigation.
A survivor, an advocate and a law enforcement officer spoke Thursday night in a panel at Cumberland University about the growing problem of human sex trafficking.
Wilson County Schools newly redesigned website is now online with hopes of easing accessibility for users.
The most recent statewide survey by Middle Tennessee State University’s Office of Consumer Research shows Tennessee consumers are even more optimistic about the direction of the economy.