Last fall, Lebanon residents Andrew and Leigh Head and their four children, McCall, 10, Neyland, 8, Waverly, 6, and Kerrington, 2, visited Leigh Head’s family in North Carolina.
We all know the farmers’ market is an excellent place for picking up fresh fruits and vegetables. This summer, in addition to picking up some home grown tomatoes, you can pick up some research-based knowledge, as well.
No matter where people go on the Fourth of July, they will probably see lots of food, beverages and grass-stained sneakers.
It’s officially summer. Daytime temperatures in the 90s, high humidity, nighttime lightning, fireflies and pop-up showers are all familiar signs of summer.
Three Wilson County students’ artwork is currently featured at the Wilson County Courthouse for visitors to view.
Young actors put on special showing for summer reading program
The Tony Bates Ford Talent Search finals took place Saturday afternoon at the Capitol Theatre in Lebanon.
Savor slow or on the go
As the saying goes, a picture can be worth a thousand words.
Scott Tripp preforms his popular balloon and magic tricks for children of all ages Tuesday at the Lebanon Public Library.
The Wilson County Fair Board selected “We Want You at the 2016 Wilson County Fair” as the theme of this year’s fair, which will open Aug. 19 at 5 p.m. and run through Aug. 27.
Many parents feel the need to protect their children from the harsh realities of violence, especially when the attacks are so close to home. However, talking with children about the role of tolerance is paramount in response to the recent
Updated Jun 22, 2016 at 9:00 PM
This spring, the U. S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service issued food safety recommendations to help consumers reduce food-borne illness, resource use and unnecessary spending.
NASHVILLE – Thirty years ago, Danny Shelton grew cantaloupes and peppers on his farm in New Market, near Knoxville.