The Mt. Juliet Police Department has announced the traffic plan for the City of Mt. Juliet Fourth of July Fireworks in the Providence Market Place area. The firework presentation, put on by Needham’s Nursery will […]
Andrew Kittrell, age 12, was at the University of Central Oklahoma to compete in the Endeavor Games on June 7-10. The Endeavor Games is a nationally recognized competition endorsed or sanctioned by U.S. Paralympics, National […]
Patrick Hall Special to The Chronicle As Wilson County Emergency Management Agency personnel watered down what was left of a barn destroyed by a 15- to 20-acre brush fire Tuesday morning, WEMA Director John Jewell […]
One little girl from Guatemala got a surprise birthday party at Sparkling Tiaras in Mt. Juliet recently.
William Still, 83, Mt. Juliet passed away June 23.
TOMLINSON, William Townsend Services for William Townsend Tomlinson, 83, who passed away on June 20 after a courageous year long battle with lung cancer was Saturday, June 23. Visitation Visitation was before the service.
Justin Scott Williams, 30, Mt. Juliet, died Friday, June 22.
As the Fourth of July holiday approaches, local residents are reminded that the sale and use of fireworks are regulated by the City of Mt. Juliet. Fireworks can add to the exciting celebrations, but if […]
Tommy Bryan Special to The Chronicle After 13 stellar seasons, Mark Purvis stepped down earlier this week as head baseball coach at Mt. Juliet High School. Purvis, a 1989 graduate of Mt. Juliet and a […]