4:00 PM Apr 10, 2015
Mt. Juliet officials continue to ask any residents who have not yet responded to the city’s 2015 special census to take the time and do so.
11:00 AM Mar 31, 2015
Ponies 4 Pups to feature Trick Pony at 3rd and Lindsley
6:00 PM Mar 27, 2015
Chevrolet hit the news earlier this week when officials announced the new Teen Driver safety feature.
8:00 AM Mar 20, 2015
Emergency crews responded after a man was hit by a car Wednesday night in Lebanon.
9:00 AM Mar 17, 2015
Philip Craighead
City looks at surplus budget next year, ‘tough’ after that
6:00 PM Mar 6, 2015
There are few images as iconic in women’s history as Rosie the Riveter.
7:00 PM Mar 4, 2015
Help center gets some help of its own from police, firefighters
11:00 AM Feb 21, 2015
Ed Hagerty
City planning commissioners approved plans for a proposed residential development that would bring almost 270 new homes to the Providence area.
6:00 PM Feb 20, 2015
Things are starting to return to normal after this week’s ice storm.
12:00 PM Feb 19, 2015
Compassionate Hands grows to 14 churches to help homeless
5:00 PM Feb 18, 2015
(Democrat File Photo) Guitarist Phil Keaggy will make his return to the sixth annual Music at the Mill on Saturday.
Tickets remain for McClain Christian Academy fundraiser
4:00 PM Feb 18, 2015
Nashville’s Frist Center for the Visual Arts featured artwork by several Wilson County students Jan. 31 through Feb. 15 for the Wilson County Schools Superintendent’s Art Show. Schools represented included Elzie D. Patton Elementary, Lakeview Elementary, Mt. Juliet Elementary, Mt. Juliet High, Mt. Juliet Middle, W.A. Wright Elementary, West Elementary, Watertown Middle, West Wilson Middle, Carroll Oakland Elementary, Gladeville Elementary, Lebanon High, Rutland Elementary, Southsid
Nashville’s popular Frist Center for the Visual Arts recently featured dozens of pieces of artwork by Wilson County students in the seventh Superintendent’s Art Show.
8:00 AM Feb 17, 2015
A storm that brought winter weather to much of the Southeast late Sunday and early Monday left Wilson County under about a half-inch of ice Monday.