Students in the Wilson County Students Exploring and Expanding Knowledge program toured the historic Election Commission building, learned about elections and participated in an election of their design Thursday before visiting the Wilson County Courthouse.
The Wilson County Sheriff’s Office honored its largest Sheriff’s Citizens’ Academy class to date May 5 following a 10-week session that gave citizens a glimpse into what law enforcement officers encounter on a regular basis.
An official flag retirement ceremony to honor veterans, law enforcement, firefighters and emergency service workers was held Friday at the James E. Ward Agricultural Center in the Wilson County Fairgrounds.
A Wilson County sheriff’s deputy and Mt. Juliet commissioner charged Tuesday with aggravated burglary, domestic assault and vandalism could see the fate of his career decided with a verdict in the case.
The Wilson County Board of Education voted Monday to defer a vote on a proposal from the Tennessee Virtual Online School to change its guidelines for admission, attendance, graduation and approval of out-of-zone students until its June meeting.
Dozens of law enforcement officers, friends and family turned out Monday to honor and pay their respects to fallen officers in Wilson County Monday as part of the National Police Week Memorial Service.