A groundbreaking was held Wednesday to celebrate a new chapter for one of Wilson County's oldest churches.
Vicky McAlpin Tubb, 57
Miles Smith, 91
Anne Key Smith, 89
Richard Edward Hartman, 82
Bettie Lee Clark Tanner, 85
Katherine Saddler, 68
Region 3, 6A leader Ravenwood brings 3-0 league record into tonight's contest at Lebanon High. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. at Tribble Field / Watkins Stadium. Live radio coverage begins at 6:30 p.m. on WANT FM-98.9. A FREE, LIVE video feed can be found at http://ustre.am/BkDm
Sellars Funeral Home owner Judd Sellars said he is one of many folks in opposition to an apartment development planned for Lebanon.
Timed to herald the holiday shopping season and beyond, the Interstate 40 interchange near Providence will soon take on a special "glow" as Mt. Juliet and the Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) wrap up a unique project targeted to provide enhanced safety.
Ghouls and goblins will mingle with stormtroopers, tiny Tinker Bells and many monsters Saturday at the 15th annual Halloween in the Park at Charlie Daniels Park in Mt. Juliet.
This would be the 16th trip to Catacamas, Honduras to help out with the medical work in the remote village. Every year just when it seemed that things would not come together, we would somehow find enough people, supplies and energy to pull off a successful surgical safari.
With school now back in full swing I thought I'd share a little information about the dangers and harm caused by bullying. Did you know that bullying is one of the biggest concerns of young people today? Bullying is a serious problem, with eight out of 10 children bullied at some point in their childhood.
Long time, no see! It feels like it's been forever, I mean, I know it's only been a week... but I... I... I'm just so happy that you're here!
A man wanted out of two counties ran from a Mt. Juliet police officer after he was pulled over for a vehicle registration violation but was ultimately apprehended.
Last month, many of the shops on Lebanon's Public Square honored local teachers through the Shop Square & Support Teachers event. Special offers and discounts were available during the day, and shoppers could enter the names of their favorite teachers in door prize drawings at various shops.
Tigerettes fall in 8-A finals
GORDONSVILLE -- Watertown's volleyball team dropped a 3-0 decision to Goodpasture Thursday in the District 8-A tournament finals at Gordonsville High. Game scores: 25-16, 25-14 and 25-12.
Paige Mock had 10 kills and eight digs in the loss while Emily Woodson finished with 14 digs, a ace and a kill.
Sixty-three degrees and on the wet side of damp. My 61st opening day of deer season.
Not many people ride a lawnmower to the woods. But I do. Not many people throw up out of their treestand. But I do. Not many people quit the woods, after only three hours on opening day, because they are bored. But I do.
CU hosts Ky. Christian Saturday --
After four consecutive weeks of road games, Cumberland's football team returns Saturday to the friendly confines of Nokes-Lasater Field to take on winless Kentucky Christian.
Kickoff is set for 1:30 p.m. with live radio coverage beginning at 1 p.m. on WANT FM-98.9. A live video feed is available at www.gocumberlandathletics.com.
Ali Habibi, 57
James F. Hoover, 78
Charles Everett Edwards, 76
Jesse Ray Tuggle, 29
Harry Clay Pulliam of Lebanon --
The Wilson County Sheriff's Office is actively looking for a man in connection with an alleged domestic assault and a possible arson.
Detective have issued a domestic assault warrant against Harry Clay Pulliam, 36, of 121 N. Greenwood Street in Lebanon.
Bulldogs stand 11-0
LEBANON - Cumberland is ranked 13th in the 2015 NAIA Men's Soccer Coaches' Top 25 Poll, the team's highest ranking ever, as announced by the national office on Tuesday.
The Bulldogs are 11-0-0 after Tuesday's 2-1 victory at NCAA D-II Delta State and defeated then seventh-ranked Lindsey Wilson this past Saturday at home, 2-1. Cumberland has allowed three total goals in its last six outings and seven in nine matches.
In the fall of 1965, I enrolled in college freshman chemistry, and after a few first-quarter tests, my professor, Dr. John T. Skinner approached me after class one day and asked, "Son, where in the world did you take high school chemistry?"
Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump visited The Factory in Franklin on Saturday.
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