A sweeping fire destroyed a home on the 1050 block of Cedar Creek Villages Road near Mt. Juliet proper early Friday morning.
WHS, FCS face home games
Still smarting from a heartbreaking loss at The King's Academy a week ago, Mt. Juliet Christian Academy can lock up the first winning season in the history of the program tonight at Zion Christian Academy. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. at Holcomb Field in Columbia.
It's a grim tale.
A sad tale. But one that has a spiritual epilogue - of hope, renewal, connection, and love on so many levels.
The underpass at Don Fox Park just got a makeover thanks to two Lebanon High School students.
If you're a southern girl who loves her pearls - then head over to Lucky Pearl Designs at The Mill in Lebanon.
Courtyard Hotel is now open in south Mt. Juliet's Providence Station and will bring the city's largest hotel event space, along with 96 rooms, innovative lobby space and an on-site restaurant with a Starbucks.
PHOEBE Connections met at First Baptist Church in Lebanon on Wednesday morning to prepare for their fourth annual cookie ministry.
Halloween is fast approaching, and if you are like a lot of folks, you've waited till last minute to pick a costume.
Timed just right for the Halloween season, veteran director Joel Meriwether will present "The Haunting of Hill House" starting this weekend in Mt. Juliet at the Encore Theatre located at 6978 Lebanon Road.
Coal-black kettles of fire-cooked pinto beans, biscuits warmed in old-fashioned black iron stoves, bluegrass music, crafters, mule-turned molasses and memories of old Mt. Juliet will culminate on a local farm this Saturday and Sunday.
The Gen. Robert H. Hatton Camp, Sons of Confederate Veterans, will hold a pair of benefit turkey shoots on Saturday, Oct. 22 and Saturday, Nov. 5 to help fund the restoration of the 7th Tennessee Infantry's Regimental Flag.
The second annual Maddie's Dash 5K and Children's One-Mile Costume Fun run will be held on Saturday, Oct. 29 at College Hills Church of Christ in Lebanon.
I felt I needed to respond to your article in Wednesdays paper.
First of all I have served on the Lebanon Planning Commission for 12 years, this is a few years more than Mr. Larry Hubbard. I can tell you he is way out of line in saying what he did about emotions playing a part in my resigning. Why does my resigning even warrant a comment from him??? Do not speak for me.
A group of Future Farmers of America from Wilson County visited President Herbert Hoover in Washington sometime in 1930.Wallace Bryan is standing to the right of the President, (center, holding hat).
The Wilson County Sheriff's Office (WCSO) will host a Drug Take Back Initiative on Saturday for anyone who wishes to dispose of unwanted and/or expired prescription and non-prescription drugs.
Local runners are encouraged to lace up their running shoes for a good cause on Saturday, Nov. 5, when the fourth annual Charis Challenge benefiting Charis Health Center clinics in Mt. Juliet and Gladeville, will be held at Charlie Daniels Park.
Longtime city and county official Jim Bradshaw has announced his candidacy for the office of mayor of Mt. Juliet.
Well the season has started. This column is not about what I or others are seeing or shooting. And it is important that you remember, this is just my personal opinion. This is about deer management in our unit, Unit L. And I am not PC. I do not harvest, I kill. Here is what I think.
Mother of Lebanon's Bobbie Kay Bryan
SAVANNAH -- Funeral services have been scheduled for 11 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 22 at the First Cumberland Presbyterian Church, 300 Tennessee St., Savannah, for Mrs. Hamilton, 85.
The widow of the late Perry Wayne Hamilton and a lifelong resident of Hardin County, she died Oct. 19, 2016 following an extended illness.
Mrs. Hamilton was the mother of Lebanon's Bobbie Kay (Tommy) Bryan.
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