Hate it when you spill a little gasoline while refueling your lawn mower or weed trimmer?
Justin B. Bradford, a 2008 graduate of Cumberland University, has turned his love for hockey into a hobby and part-time career. We will sign copies of his new book, "Nashville Predators: The Making of Smashville," on Thursday, Nov. 5 from 6 until 7 p.m. in CU's Vise Library.
Current and retired Wilson County Employees benefited from an annual Health Fair on Wednesday.
Kim Stroud-Hendrick is living proof of what lengths a loving daughter will go to in order to extend her mother's lifespan.
Parents of Lebanon High School students were alerted this morning that concerns of a possible on-campus shooting were nothing more than "rumors" after investigation by school officials and the Wilson County Sheriff's Office.
Little Gracie Duplisea could hardly contain her excitement Saturday as she took part in a parade designed exclusively for her in the parking lot of the Mt. Juliet Police Department.
The Wilson County Sheriff's Office (WCSO) has planned a number of fund-raisers for 49-year-old Deputy Earl Dyer, who recently suffered a bilateral stroke as a result of a prior surgery and is now paralyzed and unable to work.
TSWA Defensive Player of the Week -
Cumberland redshirt sophomore linebacker Cody Carr earned Tennessee Sports Writers Association Player of the Week honors Wednesday after collecting a career-best 14 tackles and his first sack of the season in last week's contest versus Bethel University.
Commanders will host Nov. 13
LEBANON -- No doubt, Friendship Christian's John McNeal is a good football coach, but he may have a second career in weather forecasting.
After careful study and consulting the weather app on his phone, McNeal moved Friendship's first round playoff game up 24 hours with positive results.
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