First Freedom Bank has promoted Nicole Frank to mortgage specialist. In her new position, she is responsible for both new mortgage processing and originating. She will work with Realtors and individuals on their home loan needs.
TriStar Summit Medical Center recently welcomed Margaret MacGregor, M.D., a board-certified neurosurgeon, to its medical staff. MacGregor has joined Pinnacle Surgical Partners in Hermitage.
Justin Mauldin has joined First Freedom Bank as deposit operations representative, First Freedom Bank President and Chief Operating Officer John Bradshaw recently announced.
The 15th Judicial District Bar Association recently appointed a new president, Travenia A. Holden.
Holden previously served as vice president, treasurer and secretary for the organization, which aims to promote and connect legal professionals for the greater good of the community.
Wilson Bank & Trust has promoted Clark Oakley to executive vice president and chief operating officer, officials recently announced.
Lebanon-based commercial bakery Tennessee Cheesecake will open its doors to the public this Friday and Saturday during its semi-annual Dock Sale event.
It's one of the hottest tickets in Mt. Juliet and has caught on like wildfire. And while Third Coast Salt is a fledging business and will soon mark just a half a year open on North Mt. Juliet Road, its patrons are a loyal group and espouse the virtues of salt therapy - for both the body and the mind.
Katie Shaffer has joined First Freedom Bank as customer service representative at the bank's Lebanon office, Senior Vice President and Director of Human Resources and Facilities Manager Maliea Oakley recently announced.
Pinnacle Financial Partners recently furthered its support of education in Wilson County with $1,000 of support for Wilson Books from Birth, which administers Dolly Parton's Imagination Library.
Legal Aid Society of Middle Tennessee and the Cumberlands, the state's largest non-profit law firm, recently announced Dresden Suits as a new victim advocate at the firm.
Wilson Bank & Trust has promoted CFO Lisa Pominski, one of the bank's most tenured employees, to executive vice president, officials recently announced.
Karen Elmore and Kayla Holbert have been promoted to customer service managers at First Freedom Bank. Elmore serves the Lebanon office, and Holbert is located at the Providence office.
The Saturday following Thanksgiving has become known as "Small Business Saturday" or "Shop Small Saturday" in recent years, encouraging holiday shoppers to pick up their gifts at small, independent businesses.
My Place Hotels of America recently announced its latest franchise agreement, one that will bring a new four-story, 63-room hotel to Lebanon's south side.
Just in time for Christmas shoppers ready to revive and rejuvenate with a great meal, a new, much-anticipated burger joint will open its doors in South Mt. Juliet in just a few days.
Cracker Barrel Old Country Store shareholders journeyed to Lebanon headquarters on Thursday for their annual meeting.
The Tennessee Small Business Development Center (TSBDC) at Volunteer State Community College recently awarded Julie Miller-Wilson and Heather Hull of Lebanon's Body Kneads Inc. with the 2016 Rising Star Award.
Belk recently announced a $2,488 contribution to the United Way of Wilson County and the Upper Cumberland. The check was presented to local United Way officials by Jeff Perry, store manager of Belk at Providence MarketPlace in Mt. Juliet.
Brenda Ashford works on sweeping the exhibit hall floor as staff at the Wilson County Expo Center make ready for their open house of the new facility Monday. The opening ceremony is scheduled for 4:30 p.m. with the open house from 5-7 p.m. DALLUS WHITFIELD / The Wilson Post
REAL Trends, which ranks the performance of residential real estate firms and teams in the United States, recently announced its fourth annual America's Best Real Estate Agents list for 2016, where two Wilson County agent team joined its prestigious rank of an elite group of real estate agents across the country.
Officials recently broke ground on a new commercial center in the Hamilton Springs transit oriented development off Highway 70 in West Lebanon. The 13,000-square-foot building, owned by Jack Bell and Rick Bell, will be 60 percent occupied upon completion, with businesses including an expanded Body Kneads, Etc. The move is expected to be complete in early summer 2017. Lose & Associates designed the building, which will be located on the east side of Hamilton Station Boulevard. Jack W. Bell Builders Inc. is the contractor. PHOTO COURTESY of JACK BELL BUILDERS.
The near year-long contentious battle between vocal Mt. Juliet neighbors versus a big developer ended last week when the Mt. Juliet Planning Commission voted to approve a final master development plan for a warehouse at Beckwith North.
A large crowd gathered at Stroud Gwynn Field behind the main branch of Wilson Bank & Trust on Monday for a groundbreaking.
Developers behind Hamilton Springs, the West Lebanon transit-oriented development off Highway 70, will break ground today on the first commercial element of the development.
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