Mt. Juliet won their fourth straight regional title Wednesday, then punched their ticket to state Friday in two lopsided wins. Kyle Smith blasted two home runs, and Campbell Scholl shut down the opposition as the Bears […]
Four city employees resigned and one was terminated Wednesday as a part of an investigation of unauthorized use of city equipment and neglect of duty. Assistant Public Works Director Shannon Joyner was terminated, while Public Works […]
Mt. Juliet knocked out Central from the District Tournament Tuesday, and is set to play in the finals against Station Camp. Mt. Juliet senior Connor Sugg tied the state record for saves in a single […]
Victoria Scoville, 70, of Old Hickory, died Monday, May 14. Scoville was the daughter of the late, Milton Joseph and Catherine Heady Wood. She loved going to BINGO and making jewelry.
Arthur William Heath, 81, Hermitage, died Monday, May 14. Heath was a member of St. Ignatius Catholic Church and a member of the Knights of Columbus. He retired in 1999 from the State of Tennessee, […]
Mayor Ed Hagerty called for action in the sexting allegations against City employees in the Monday commissioners meeting. “The reports are appalling and disgusting,” said Hagerty. Two City employees have been suspended with pay, and […]
A suspect or suspects tried to gain access to the T-Mobile store recently, but fled after an alarm sounded. On Tuesday, March 27 at approximately 10:55 p.m., the Mt. Juliet Police Department responded to the […]
The Chronicle of Mt. Juliet, a locally owned and operated publication, is celebrating 32 years in business. The Chronicle is a free publication, and is delivered to 12,500 homes each week. It reaches 48,000 people […]