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Showing 3 articles from May 20, 2011.

General News

84-year-old car dealer plans move to S. Hartmann Dr.

From Post staff reports
One of Middle Tennessee’s oldest car dealers, Wilson County Motors, confirmed Thursday that it will be moving its General Motors dealership from West Main Street to a site on South Hartmann Drive not far from the I-40 interchange.

The dealership, which has been operated by the Bone family since its beginning in 1927, offers GM labels Buick, Chevrolet and GMC trucks and at a separate location, Hyundai vehicles.

According W.P. Bone, the dealership plans to move its existing GM location from the corner of West Main Street and South Hartmann Drive to a new facility that is to be constructed on a tract of commercial property that Bone is developing on South Hartmann Drive in the area where Home Depot and Chili’s Restaurant are now located. Bone said the dealership will front South Hartmann Drive and will be north of the Chili’s site. The commercial development is recognized as Lebanon MarketPlace.

Inaugural Artists 4 Animals concert benefits NLOL

From Post staff reports
A number of local citizens turned out Thursday, May 19 for the first ever Artists 4 Animals concert to raise Monday for New Leash on Life, the local no-kill animal shelter.

Performing at the event were country music star and Wilson County resident Tracy Lawrence and songwriters Andrea Pearson, Chris Wallin and Jason Sellers. Rob Bironas, place kicker for the Tennessee Titans, served as guest host.


General Sports

TSSAA sectionals

Today at 12 Noon, Friendship Christian will host Marion County in both baseball and softball sectionals.

The Commanders come in 24-7 while their softball counterparts sport a record of 21-17.

Today at 5 p.m. Mt. Juliet High (28-8) will entertain Brentwood High in a Class AAA softball sectional.

Tonight at 7 p.m. Mt. Juliet will host Nashville Overton in a Class AAA baseball sectional.

ALL of today’s winners will advance to the TSSAA Spring Fling next week in Murfreesboro.

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