2:00 PM Nov 21, 2015
The Wilson County Board of Zoning Appeals held judgment on an interpretation request regarding a potential assisted living facility on the Wilson and Smith County border.
1:30 PM Nov 21, 2015
He will not be allowed to return until the seventh game of the 2016 season — an Oct. 15 visit from Missouri
1:00 PM Nov 21, 2015
A Watertown man has been arrested after allegedly running over his girlfriend’s leg.
12:31 PM Nov 21, 2015
The University of Illinois' "Galloping Ghost" Red Grange played five games for Halas in 1925, signed to play in a different league and then returned to Chicago in 1929, starring for the Bears for the next five seasons. Grange scored 32 career touchdowns but his biggest play was a touchdown-saving tackle in the 1933 NFL championship game that...
Grange entered the league when it was a two-bit game, but just four years after he retired, Arthur Daley of the New York Times declared the NFL a mature sport
12:00 PM Nov 21, 2015
For Bro. Kenneth Bowen, Christmas is a special time of year. The pastor of Unity Church in Lebanon has been spreading the spirit of the season at his home on Trousdale Ferry Pike for the last 20 years.
11:30 AM Nov 21, 2015
Both are connected to Mt. Juliet High
11:00 AM Nov 21, 2015
The console and equipment from the iconic studios where artists from every music genre have recorded their mega hits, will soon find a new home at Wilson County’s Expo Center, which broke ground Friday.
10:30 AM Nov 21, 2015
A deer doesn't always require big antlers to be a trophy.
After all the years, after all the deer, the thrill is still there.
10:00 AM Nov 21, 2015
Jonathan Charles Gandy — Criminal court violation of probation(theft over 1000x2)
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.
9:30 AM Nov 21, 2015
against Hendersonville
9:00 AM Nov 21, 2015
Wilson County officials and Expo Center supporters pose at the site of the center Friday. The groundbreaking ceremony marked the beginning of construction of the center, likely to be completed next year.
Hutto: ‘We are investing in quality of life’
8:30 AM Nov 21, 2015
Andy Reed • The Lebanon Democrat Cory Barrett smiles joyfully after Lebanon’s girls win his debut game as their coach.
A new day for Devilette basketball
8:15 AM Nov 21, 2015
The Lebanon City Council will hold the first of several likely work session Saturday aimed at developing a strategic planning and development plan for the city’s future.
8:00 AM Nov 21, 2015
The Wilson County Board of Zoning Appeals granted permission Friday for what would be the county’s first distillery to take the next steps in formation.
11:24 PM Nov 20, 2015
Bobby Reynolds  • The Lebanon Democrat Wilson Central receiver Spence Welch is tackles by a Whitehaven defender.
Wildcats go down at Whitehaven
10:00 PM Nov 20, 2015
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