It's football time in Wilson County. This was the Lebanon High School football team in 1923. Do you know the names of these players and coaches?
Software engineer Parker Agee is excited to unveil his vision for a co-working community at The Mill at Lebanon this fall.
Michelle Hill, director of Empower Me Center, is presented with a $5,000 donation from Genco Wednesday afternoon. John Coleman makes the presentation as Genco staff arrived at College Hills Church in a motorcycle brigade. Harriett Odom, behind center, coordinated the event.
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The community gathered to welcome Maplehurst Bakery to Wilson County on Wednesday.
She's doing double duty these days, busting the proverbial glass ceiling and making waves in a male-dominated industry while also debunking old-fashioned stereotypes of that same industry she said needs more respect.
On Sept. 1, Historic Granville opened a new exhibit at the 1880 Sutton Homestead entitled "1930s: A Time of Endurance."
Service to God, service to country and service to family - these are the things that sum up the life and legacy of Lebanon's Dr. Donald Cole. Whether he was serving his country as a lieutenant colonel in the United States Army or serving as a medical missionary in the jungles of Ecuador, Cole's life was marked by service to others.
Some folks measure the success of our fair by the number of attendance. After attending our fair for nine days, I think a different measurement of success is needed. In the past we have watched our attendance grow and continue to break records; however, as I enjoyed the fair, it was apparent to me that our volunteers added the extra enthusiasm to make this a successful fair.
A local restaurant will be jamming for a cure every Saturday in September with a goal to beat cystic fibrosis.
One of Mt. Juliet Police's finest was one of 15 attendees who graduated from an elite leadership academy last Friday.
Ruby Oliver has got to do something few have got to do...retire twice. The former Lebanon Police officer had retired from LPD after twenty-five years of service, but then started working in corrections for the Wilson County Sheriff's Department. WCSO staff held a reception for Oliver on Wednesday as she concluded ten years with the department. Oliver is pictured with Wilson County Sheriff Robert Bryan.
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The Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) will halt all lane closure activity on interstates and state highways for the Labor Day holiday travel period.
Lebanon Police responded to the Walgreens on West Main Street Wednesday evening following the discovery of a note that made a threat against the business.
The Tennessee Saddle Club Association is riding into Lebanon this Labor Day weekend.
Cancer is a disease of body cells. While increased age and genetics play important roles in the development of cancer, many authorities believe people can reduce their risk by challenging their way of living. Learning self-detection methods and having regular physical exams will reduce your risk of dying from cancer. Screening for various cancers can save your life.
The Wilson County state house candidate who said she will sue the City of Mt. Juliet over their temporary sign ordinance that regulates placement and duration of political signs is sticking to her guns.
And the City of Mt. Juliet is not backing down, either.
Two supporters of Wilson County District 57 state house candidate Trisha Farmer filed a federal lawsuit against the City of Mt. Juliet and Mayor Ed Hagerty in the United States District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee Thursday afternoon.
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