The 68th Wilson Habitat for Humanity homeowner received the keys to her home Saturday and thanked those involved in an emotional speech.
Wilson Habitat for Humanity will dedicate its 68th home for new homeowner Jeanie Schoenbachler on Sunday at noon, with sponsors Daniel and Karen Dugan and North America Administrators.
MURFREESBORO – As the unemployment rate remains low, Tennessee’s housing market continued to perform well in the second quarter of 2016, according to the latest statewide report
Updated Sep 22, 2016 at 2:45 PM
Timing is of the essence for an Old Hickory home for sale.
The Wilson Habitat for Humanity’s 68th Habitat home got its start Saturday thanks to dozens of helpful hands.
Wilson Habitat for Humanity will start its 68th Habitat home build in Wilson County for future homeowner Jeanie Schoenbachler on Saturday at 7:30 a.m. with sponsors Daniel and Karen Dugan and North America
Updated Aug 26, 2016 at 3:00 PM
Country music star and actress Reba McEntire has listed her Lebanon farm that borders the Sumner–Wilson county line.
Realtors with Keller Williams Realty in Mt. Juliet are collecting money and donation items that will go to the Keller Williams office to aid flood victims in Baton Rouge, La.
The Lebanon City Council approved rezoning property on Leeville Pike for a future development during Tuesday’s meeting, while passing on discussion involving a potential industrial park on Sparta Pike.
The Lebanon City Council will discuss zoning changes during Tuesday’s regular council meeting that have caused several residents discomfort over the last few weeks.
Developers for a potential neighborhood on Leeville Pike met with concerned neighbors Thursday before the Lebanon City Council takes action on the development next week.
City leaders said claims made by a resident that declare the city is trying to take his land are not accurate and harm the city.
A New York-based investment company bought the Cedar Crest Shopping Center recently.
NASHVILLE – Across Tennessee, rental trucks and boxes are in short supply as thousands of students move into apartments near one of the state’s public or private universities.
A Lebanon resident said a battle against city officials was reignited last week after he discovered the city had expansion plans that involved his property.