NASHVILLE – Road construction will not slow motorists across Tennessee during the July 4 holiday.
The Lebanon Police Department will be conducting impaired driver counter-measures Friday, July 1, 2016. These will include a DUI Checkpoint on Highway 109 in Lebanon and patrol saturation citywide. Extra patrol
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A Congressional candidate will give away an AR-15 this weekend at a Second Amendment event this weekend at Charlie Daniels Park in Mt. Juliet.
A Mt. Juliet pastor that has been the center of several controversial Facebook videos recently said he ministered to a gay woman at his church.
A suspect who attempted to burglarize a market in Mt. Juliet was caught on surveillance camera in the act.
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.
Grand opening of new trail at Long Hunter draws families, children
Investigators are looking for a suspect that used a stolen credit card to purchase merchandise at Target in Mt. Juliet.
He’s never been in a movie, but they know him in Hollywood
Playground equipment awarded to Missouri group
Veterans’ Museum will feature this Vietnam-era piece of history
Wilson County sheriff’s investigators seek the public’s help with information regarding a utility vehicle theft from southwest Wilson County.
Tuesday, July 5 is the last day Wilson County residents can register to vote in the August 4 Federal and State Republican and Democratic Primary, Wilson County General and Lebanon Special School District Election.
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U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced Tuesday a new program that will help rural residents conserve energy and save money on their utility bills.
They are eaten, naturally, but their seeds can also be spit, they can be rolled, and pickles, ice cream and wine can be made from them.