Both the Cumberland baseball and softball teams will face Georgetown College in the opening game of the Mid-South Conference Championships later this week in Bowling Green, Ky.
One of the busiest vendor booths at Mt. Juliet's Farmizan's Market Saturday was Team Karsyn's.
Thanks to the help of a young friend, former Lakeview Elementary School teacher Jamie Lee is on a mission to get down to his fighting weight.
Locally based LoJac Companies and their subsidiary companies recently announced the appointment of new executive officers.
After some tweaking, city planners approved the final of three large subdivisions slated for south Mt. Juliet during Thursday's meeting.
On what might be a day of reckoning for Hunting Hills residents galvanized to fight a warehouse proposed near their neighborhood, the project goes before the Mt. Juliet City Commission Monday night.
"Project Sprinkles," a commercial bakery proposed for Duke Drive near Central Pike, off State Route 840 in southwestern Lebanon, is one step closer to becoming a reality and not just a proposal.
Elizabeth Cluck and Rachel Pettross have been named the 2015 valedictorian and salutatorian, respectively, at Friendship Christian School.
Lebanon native Ronnie Lawson passed away in the early morning hours of Saturday, April 18, after battling brain cancer for more than a decade. He was 34-years-old.
Error leads to LHS win over Portland
LEBANON -- Sarah Aubuchon scored on an overthow in the bottom of the seventh inning as Lebanon High pulled out a 6-5 victory over Portland Thursday on Senior Night.
Trailing 5-2 headed into the top of the seventh, the Lady Panthers put up three runs to even the score at 5-all before Aubuchon scored after Brittany Nagelhout's fielder's choice and the ensuing throw.
A celebration of life service will be held 3 p.m. Saturday, April 25 at the Faith Evangelical Lutheran Church for Mr. Moore, 57, of Hohenwald.
A funeral mass will be held 12 Noon Saturday, April 25 at St. Stephens Catholic Church for Mrs. Starr, 90, of Hermitage.
When RE/Max Exceptional Properties owner Debbie Melvin set out to become a Realtor 29 years ago a special friend supported her dream.
In effect, the Lebanon Airport Commission is asking the City of Lebanon to co-sign on a $2 million loan that could cost the city $50,000 per year to repay, but that the commission hopes to find other ways to repay instead.
Really tough guys aren't ashamed to cry. Bikers Against Child Abuse (BACA) is an organization that puts its members' hearts and sometimes tears on the line for child victims of abuse every day.
If April showers bring May flowers, what did the Mayflower bring? The Pilgrims, of course. All of this rain here lately really have the yard mowers busy, and me included.
Former Lebanon Police Chief Scott Bowen will get his day in court, according to his attorney Keith Williams.
Being a teacher is a true calling. Like any other profession, there are those who would say teachers don't get paid nearly enough for what they do. Well, I believe without a doubt teachers don't teach for the money. Teachers teach because they love what they do and cherish preparing their students' minds for the future.
Funeral services will be held 3 p.m. Saturday, April 25 at Sellars Funeral Home on the Baddour Parkway for Mrs. Solomon, 73, of Lebanon.
Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon, April 23 at Sellars Funeral Home, Lebanon for Mrs. Henley.
Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon, April 21 at Sellars Funeral Home at Mt. Juliet for Mr. Shell, 32, of Mt. Juliet.
Senior pitcher gets win AND save
GLADEVILLE -- Senior Hannah Bodenhorn picked up both the win and a save in Wilson Central's 3-1 home win over District 9-AAA rival Hendersonville Wednesday. Bodenhorn allowed just one hit and left the game leading 3-0 after six -- giving way to closer Morgan Powell.
The normally reliable Powell allowed three hits and a run before Bodenhorn came back to extinguish the two-out fire. Bodenhorn finished with seven strikeouts.
WCHS, Mt. Juliet split series --
Make-up games are starting to pile up as district tournament play looms the first week of May.
Wilson Central will travel to Ravenwood High Friday for a 6:30 p.m. game before hosting Lebanon in a District 9-AAA contest Saturday at 6 p.m.
The Blue Devils are coming off a wild 11-9 road win over Station Camp Wednesday while Wilson Central rapped out 11 hits in a 5-1 victory over Mt. Juliet Wednesday -- dealing the Bears their first district loss of the season.