Wilson County sheriff’s Lt. Scott Moore released Sunday afternoon the name of the teenager who drowned Saturday afternoon at Cedar Creek Boat Ramp in Mt. Juliet.
Wilson Emergency Management Agency firefighters tackled a house fire Thursday night at 555 Vesta Road near Lebanon.
Mt. Juliet firefighters fought a fire Tuesday evening that burned a resident’s backyard, shed, fence and trees.
A Lebanon resident discovered a fire Monday afternoon in her ceiling at 111 W. Adams Ave.
Wilson County Emergency Management Agency and Lebanon Fire Department deployed six personnel to North Carolina on Wednesday morning to assist in the emergency response to the impending landfall of Hurricane Florence on the east coast of the United States.
Ken Kackley, a first-responder to the Pentagon on Sept. 11, 2001, spoke at Cumberland on Monday night where he shared his story of the day that changed America forever.
Mt. Juliet firefighters responded to a house fire Wednesday morning on Arbor Springs Drive.
The longtime drummer for George Strait’s Ace in the Hole Band died in a wreck Friday afternoon on Interstate 40 in Wilson County.
Mt. Juliet firefighters responded to a call 606 Stonebridge Lane on Wednesday, where an aware resident put out a fire on a neighbor’s wooden deck.
Wilson County Emergency Management Agency and Watertown volunteer firefighters battled a barn fire Thursday afternoon at 800 N. McKee Road near Watertown.
A large fire broke out at Lebanon Scrap Metal and Parts on Cainsville Road Thursday evening, with a large black smoke plume reportedly seen as far away as the Smyrna airport.
Mt. Juliet firefighters continue to operate with help from the Goodlettsville Fire Department, which recently lent Mt. Juliet one of its engines while two of Mt. Juliet’s engines are repaired.
A fire broke out in a strip mall Friday morning at 13340 Old Lebanon Road in Mt. Juliet.
Fire destroyed a home and storage building early Friday morning on Shipper Road near Lebanon.
Lebanon firefighters broke in their new home – the Councilor Joe Hayes Memorial Fire Station, also known as Lebanon Fire Station No. 4 – with a ribbon cutting celebration Thursday at the new fire hall on State Route 109.