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General Lifestyle

Telling Tales: No Escape
Telling Tales: No Escape

For several years we've been blessed to be friends with a fun group of people. We've traveled together, celebrated birthdays together and spent countless hours together at various children's functions, but as life gets busier and busier, our get-togethers have become less frequent.

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All About Women & Wilson Living Magazine team up to provide free health screenings on May 16th
All About Women & Wilson Living Magazine team up to provide free health screenings on May 16th

Wilson Living Magazine is proud to announce its partnership with All About Women, a non-profit founded in 2002 to help connect women with free and engaging health resources to balance their lives and improve their health.

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Baby can swim
Baby can swim

The thought of a 6-month-old baby "swimming" in a pool is scary for most parents; however, Infant Swimming Resource instructor Kelly Swindell said learning swim techniques at a young age could save lives.

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Current spending won't hike taxes

City Finance Commissioner Robert Springer says a Lebanon City Council member's quotation of him last week needs some clarification to be more specific about the city's financial condition.

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Local law enforcement honors National Police Week

Law enforcement officers, friends and family gathered in at the Criminal Justice Center on Monday for a National Police Week Memorial Service.

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MJ Commissioner, Deputy Justice arrested for alleged domestic assault
Ray Justice
MJ Commissioner, Deputy Justice arrested for alleged domestic assault

A Mt. Juliet three-term city commissioner and long-time Wilson County sheriff's deputy was arrested Tuesday on several charges, including alleged domestic assault related to an incident reported at his estranged wife's home in Nashville Monday night.

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Warehouse project passes first reading

Though Mt. Juliet commissioners said their vote was "heart wrenching" and not "taken lightly," they approved on first reading a proposed massive warehouse near an established neighborhood Monday.

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Women of Wilson

Woman of Wilson: Tina Brady
Woman of Wilson: Tina Brady

The past 12 months have been simply dazzling for Tina Brady.

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