Shelia Ferrell has been promoted to first vice president and managerial lender at the Lebanon office of First Freedom Bank, according to the bank chairman and CEO John Lancaster.
After serving Nashville and the surrounding communities for more than six decades, Hamilton Machine Company recently announced its new store location at 309 Babb Drive in Lebanon.
Empower Me Center is stretching for a slam dunk during the month of March with a $1,000 challenge aimed at securing 1,000 people to donate $1,000 each to help finish phase one of the Empower Me Center project.
Leadership Wilson Executive Director Dorie Mitchell explained Saturday's event was one of two planned for the county, with the second scheduled for Castle Heights Elementary in Lebanon on Saturday, March 4, from 9 until 11 a.m.
If walls could talk, then the new residents of The Pavilion Senior Living at Lebanon would hear 30 messages of goodwill, well wishes and love, courtesy of the 2017 Leadership Wilson Class.
Cedars of Lebanon State Park was chosen for a demonstration project which will create eco-friendly trails accessible to hikers and walkers of all ability levels.
The county commission favored reinstating the pet tax, honored a lifesaving sheriff's deputy and thanked a nationally recognized Vietnam veteran from Wilson County Monday night.
6 pm Friday, March 10 at Immanuel Baptist
A pair of baseball luminaries will be on hand as Lebanon High celebrates the opening of the 2017 season with a "Leadoff Dinner" 6 p.m. Friday, March 10 at Immanuel Baptist Church.
Legendary Middle Tennessee Steve Peterson, a recent inductee into the American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA) Hall of Fame will be the keynote speaker and LHS Sports Hall of Fame coach Brent Foster will be presented with the inaugural "Blue Devil Legacy Award".
Cid Cozart inks with CU
Watertown High senior Cidney Cozart signed scholarship papers recently to continue his education and baseball career at Lebanon's Cumberland University.
He's joined by his parents Adam and Keri Cozart along with brother Nolan Cozart and grandmother Debbie Thomas.
A former Lebanon newspaper editor and columnist is among two dozen women from across the Volunteer State selected to begin campaign training this weekend as part of an intensive 70-hour program preparing Democratic women to run for office on all levels.
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