Aubrey Ray Haworth, 72
Jim E. "Big O" Owen, 73
Glenn Franklin McClanahan, 68
Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Crawford are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Shelby Danielle Crawford, to Brant Foster Richmond. He is the son of Chris Richmond and Dawn Bradford.
Ward 2 City Council Member Fred Burton said he was quite pleased with council's vote on an ordinance to reduce utility costs in the city of Lebanon.
Tennessee State Parks will host its annual Camp Out - an event geared towards teaching families the basic skills necessary to go camping on their own - on April 9 and 10.
The Andrew Jackson Foundation hosted an evening with Jon Meacham at the National Archives on Wednesday, March 2. CedarStone Bank President and Andrew Jackson Foundation board member Bob McDonald attended the event, which included a special presentation of selected papers from the National Archives' Jackson collection.
Thursday morning on S. Greenwood
Lebanon Police have identified two black male suspects associated with a shooting in Lebanon on Thursday morning and are currently seeking criminal warrants.
Officers responded to a call about multiple shots fired at 417 South Greenwood. Upon arrival, officers found one victim who was transported to the hospital due to multiple gunshot wounds.
High school journalists have a great opportunity to tackle hands-on assignments in the field by attending the 2016 "Innovation J-Camp" July 11-15 at the Center for Innovation in Media in MTSU's College of Media and Entertainment.
Lockhart Trucking Academy in Mt. Juliet will host its inaugural Truck Safety Awareness event on Saturday, April 2 from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. at 430 Clemmons Road. The event is free and open to the public.
Past and upcoming graduates of Leadership Wilson gathered for a luncheon at Cumberland University's Baird Chapel on Wednesday.
It's very rare a special day is named after a sports team, however, by proclamation, Monday was designated "Mt. Juliet Lady Bears Day" by the Mt. Juliet City Commission.
He told his mom before he deployed to Vietnam in 1966 to serve in the Army, "If anyone shows up at the front door, it probably isn't good news."
According to Historic Lebanon representatives, "Everything old is new again!" - and what better example of this slogan than the newly renovated, retailer occupied Lebanon Public Square.
Award-winning and critically-acclaimed writer Hugh Litzer is joining the news staff of The Wilson Post.
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