"Mom," my son whined loudly as I handed his dad a Father's Day card, "I wish there was a Son's Day."
WLAC Radio's "The Power of Real Estate" Host Michelle Moore attributes her success to faith and positivity.
Monday night, the Mt. Juliet Board of Commissioners unanimously voted to defer "indefinitely" an amendment to the Land Use Plan that would allow a 1-million-square-foot warehouse near a neighborhood on Hunting Hills Drive in Mt. Juliet's urban growth boundary.
Cumberland University has named three new members to its board of trust
They truly were "The Greatest Generation," those 16 million-plus men and women who served America in World War II between 1941 and 1945.
A new law implementing informed consent and a 48-hour waiting period before an abortion can be performed in Tennessee will take effect on July 1, according to a news release recently issued by State Sen. Mae Beavers (R-Mt. Juliet).
The City of Lebanon was awarded a $250,000 Clean Tennessee Energy grant - the maximum grant amount - to help implement the planned waste-to-energy biomass gasification project at the city's wastewater treatment plant.
The Tennessee Department of Transportation wants drivers to keep calm - and know that the Lebanon Square Safety Project is near completion.
In early 2014 the staff at Long Hunter State Park decided the park needed a new patch.
Children enrolled in the Lebanon-Wilson Public Library's Summer Reading Program met balloon artist and magician Scott Tripp at two shows on Tuesday.
Local leaders, business owners and celebrities gathered on May 11, 2010, to endorse a new campaign that would let the world know Wilson County is the Place to Be.
JuCo first team All-America OF --
It's safe to say the rebuilding effort has started in earnest at Cumberland University.
Coming off a 20-31 season in 2015, CU's Hall of Fame Coach Woody Hunt is hitting the recruiting trail with a vengeance.
His first big signee for the 2016 season is Jay Feliciano, a power hitting outfielder from Southeastern Community College in West Burlington, Iowa.
will enroll at Martin Methodist --
Former Mt. Juliet High three-sport standout Caleb Chowbay will transfer from Belmont to Martin Methodist, an NAIA program in Pulaski.
Chowbay, a two-time Academic All-Conference performer and a 6-2 guard during his time at Belmont, will have two years of eligibility for the RedHawks.
He played in 28 games for Belmont this past season, averaging 2.5 ppg, as the Bruins finished 22-11 overall -- losing to Virginia in the opening round of the NCAA tournament.
after signing in 2014 with TWC --
It didn't take long for Lebanon's Anthony Reeves to change his higher education plans when he discovered Tennessee Wesleyan College cross country coach Shawn Jakubowski had resigned in late May.
He had signed scholarship papers with TWC back in December, but the NAIA does not require a National Letter of Intent -- allowing Reeves the freedom to explore his options.
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