Join us on Facebook!Follow us on Twitter!

News
A look back at 2012
Monday, December 31, 2012

It’s hard to fit everything important that happened in Mt. Juliet in 2012 in one story, but we are going to do our best. Following is the big stories, month by month, that happened in 2012. 

January

Cumberland University came east, as they announced, along with UMC, they would be building a complex in Providence called Providence West Medical Center. Along with Cumberland University and UMC, Snodgrass-King Dental and Tennessee Sports Medicine put offices in the complex which is already  open. 

Read more...
 
1 killed in I-40 wreck
Monday, December 31, 2012

One person was killed and four others were transported to a hospital after a wreck on I-40 Friday. 

The wreck happened a little after 8 p.m. near the Beckwith Road exit at mile marker 228. 

Read more...
 
Community helps make Big Brothers of MJ toy and food drive a big success
Monday, December 31, 2012

Big Brothers is sending out a big thanks to the community which helped make the Christmas 2012 Food and Toy distribution to needy families a success. 

Over 300 families received food boxes, and 600 children received toys from Santa. 

Read more...
 
Treat Me Right partnering with Old Friends Senior Dog Sanctuary
Monday, December 31, 2012

Old Friends Senior Dog Sanctuary of Mt. Juliet is an all-volunteer run, non-profit that works to find forever home placement for senior dogs where they can live the remainder of their lives as part of a family.  

The group also cares for a number of senior dogs who are unadoptable due to various circumstances until they reach the rainbow bridge.  

Read more...
 
MJ ROTC collects for Toys for Tots
Monday, December 31, 2012

Santa had 40 extra elves this year in helping to provide a brighter Christmas to families in Wilson County.   

Cadets from the Mt Juliet High School Marine Corp JROTC worked tirelessly with Toys for Tots this past week to provide over 600 food containers.  They sorted thousands pounds of food so that each container had two boxes of much needed food supplies for a Merry Christmas. Each container held the traditional stock for a great Christmas breakfast and feast, as well as other food stuffs. After the food containers were distributed, many of the cadets went to over to The Mother’s Toy Store.   

Read more...
 
<< Start < Prev 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 Next > End >>

Page 139 of 187