For the past 27 years, Nelson Steed served on the Wilson County Joint Economic and Community Development Board, a board he helped create.
The Lebanon City Council approved potential changes to the city’s charter Tuesday, as well improved changes for a future Wilson County-Lebanon industrial park.
City council chooses to continue with plans for Hamilton Springs park after veto from Mayor Ash
Lebanon received two local government awards at the annual business meeting of the Greater Nashville Regional Council on Sept. 15 at Five Oaks Golf and Country Club in Lebanon.
Dan Mack, Pam Black share their reasons for resigning from Lebanon’s Planning Commission
Three Lebanon Planning Commissioners have resigned after a mayoral move last week swung the vote on a previously unapproved project.
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.
The field is nearly set for the November 8 general and city elections after Thursday’s primary elections and Lebanon and Mt. Juliet mayors both face opposition.
The Lebanon City Council will revisit the potential zoning and plan of services for about 107 acres on Hunters Point Pike on Tuesday after the council split vote on the issue last month.
How can local and state government officials solve the issue of transportation funding?
The Lebanon City Council deferred action regarding a potential rezoning on a piece of property on Leeville Pike on Tuesday after citizens voiced their opposition at a second straight meeting.
A Tennessee House of Representatives District 57 candidate has called on her opponent to expel Rep. Jeremy Durham following a report that the legislature made some form of sexual contact with more than 20 women while in office.
Wilson County Assessor of Property and Board of Education candidates answered questions about their potential future roles Thursday as early voting begins Friday.
Through an exchange of light-hearted jokes and remarks, the Mt. Juliet Commission reappointed Kenny Martin on Monday to another term as the city manager.
The stagnant exoneration process of a man who spent 31 years in prison for a crime he didn’t commit has upset one local lawmaker who vowed to fight for changes.