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Providence set for July 4 fireworks
Tuesday, July 1, 2014

It’s time once again to celebrate Independence Day in Providence, but it will be more than the fireworks spectacular put on by Tom Needham of Needham’s Nursery. 

Starting at 4 p.m., there will be activities for all age ranges. For the younger kids, there will be Kids’ Zone presented by Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital, feature three inflatables, professional face painting by Nashville’s Paintopia, a splash pad to keep cool in the summer heat,  and balloon creations by local balloon artist Anthony the Balloon Kid.

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Littering stop leads to arrest for active warrants
Tuesday, July 1, 2014

From the Mt. Juliet Police Department

Around 8:30 a.m. Monday morning, Sergeant Mang witnessed trash blowing out from the bed of a 1993 Chevrolet Pickup traveling down Lebanon Road. After stopping the truck on Lebanon Road near N. Greenhill Road, a computer check revealed that the driver and passenger in the truck had active warrants from nearby agencies.

The driver, Bruce Tibbs, 45, of Old Hickory, was arrested on a warrant for Failure to Appear out of Wilson County. The passenger, Shonn Tibbs, 43, of Old Hickory, was arrested on a felony warrant for Theft of a Motor Vehicle out of Metro-Nashville.

Both were booked into the Wilson County Jail without incident.

 
Commissioners pass budget, add six firefighters
Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Kenny Howell

Managing Editor

The City of Mt. Juliet Board of Commissioners approved the yearly budget on second reading, which included adding six firefighters. 

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Planning commission hears from public on controversial items
Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Kenny Howell

Managing Editor

It was a packed house Thursday at the Planning Commission, as several controversial items were to be heard. 

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Pinnacle Financial Partners donate to Pickett Chapel restoration
Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Pinnacle Financial Partners has donated $2,500 to the Wilson County Black History Committee (WCBHC), which is raising funds to restore Pickett Chapel in Lebanon.

The chapel, built in the 1820s, is the oldest brick building in Wilson County.

“Pickett Chapel is a significant piece of Wilson County’s history, and helping to restore it is one way we can support the community at large,” said Lee Campbell, Pinnacle’s area manager for Wilson County.

In 2007, the WCBHC purchased the historic building on East Market Street that housed Pickett Chapel Methodist Church. After restoration, it will become the site of the Roy Bailey African American History Center and Museum, as well as a resource for the entire community and WCBHC headquarters.

About the Wilson County Black History Committee

The Wilson County Black History Committee strives to research, document, preserve and disseminate information about the history and the many contributions of African Americans in Wilson County, Tennessee. More information can be found at wilsoncountyblackhistory.org.

About Pinnacle Financial Partners

Pinnacle Financial Partners (www.pnfp.com) provides a full range of banking, investment, trust, mortgage and insurance products and services designed for businesses and their owners, as well as individuals interested in a comprehensive relationship with their financial institution.

 
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