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.
She enjoys teaching people about the Navy’s history and heritage
A fundraise for Battle Flag Ranch drew nearly 100 people to Mt. Juliet Thursday evening. Battle Flag Ranch is a 14-acre ranch located in Wilson County, which helps returning veterans and their families adjust to
Updated Today at 11:00 AM
Growing voter population demands more polling sites
Forum attended by community
Plans call for two greenways, one school route
Alex Dickens, an eighth grader at Heritage Christian Academy recently competed in the History Bee and Geography Olympiad Nationals on June 9-12 in Chicago.
SEARCY, Ark. – Aubrey McCrary, of Lebanon, attended Harding University’s 60th annual National Leadership Forum on June 5-10 in Searcy, Ark.
NASHVILLE – Belmont will break its previous record of student travelers participating in summer study abroad opportunities as 506 students pack their bags to travel all over the world.
Lebanon resident named to dean’s list at Salve Regina University
Twenty-three members of Watertown High School’s Future Business Leaders of America, along with their advisors, Marcie Murrell and Nathan Holcomb, attended the FBLA State Leadership Conference on April 10-13 in
Updated Yesterday at 7:00 PM
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
Updated Yesterday at 2:30 PM
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.