The City of Mt. Juliet commissioners approved the annexation of 877 acres of land along the new eastern corridor, and said farewell to City Manager Randy Robertson Monday. The annexed properties were along the proposed […]
Starting in mid-December and crossing over into the New Year, the Belinda City neighborhood in Mt. Juliet was hit hard with five residential burglaries. Resulting from a suspicious persons call by one of the burglary […]
On Sunday, Jan. 1, at approximately 9:55 p.m., the Mt. Juliet Police Department responded to the PharmaCare pharmacy in reference to burglar alarm activation.
Mt. Juliet got some answers on the fire issue Monday before the regular meeting. David Eichenthal, a Senior Managing Consultant with PFM, presented his report and the fire issues being discussed between the County and […]
The Mt. Juliet Animal Shelter is inviting everyone to attend their 3rd birthday celebration and open house Saturday, Jan. 21 from noon until 3 p.m. In those three years, the shelter has welcomed 1,563 animals […]
Mayor Ed Hagerty gave his first State of the City address to a packed house at the Mt. Juliet Chamber Luncheon Wednesday. “The state of the City is strong,” said Hagerty.
Nearly 70 students participated in a Young Writers Conference at Rutland Elementary Saturday. The event, organized by PTO parent Suzanne Bingham, gave invited students in third, fourth, and fifth grade classes at Rutland the opportunity […]
The Wilson County School Board deferred approving agreements with the groups that would build two new schools, and add onto two others Monday. The agreement was with Kaatz, Binkley, Jones, Morris Architects, Engineering Services Group […]
The Board of Commissioners expanded the urban growth boundary, and changed the process for billing people for false alarm system calls Monday. There were only three commissioners present at the meeting, as Mayor Ed Hagerty […]