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 […]
Paul Foster passed away May 7, at age 72. Foster may have been best known as the owner/operator of Gallatin’s Tastee Freez, a popular fast food hangout that any teenager from the 70s will certainly recall […]
When choosing legal representation, one of the biggest concerns is cost. A lot of firms will charge you just to step foot in the door, some will even charge you for phone calls.
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 […]
Special to the Chronicle Wilson County Commission approved funding for design, architectural and engineering services for additions to several local schools and for the design of a new Watertown High School at Monday night’s meeting.
The planning commission approved a site plan for Martin’s Bar-B-Que Joint, and the changed the land use plan for a property that will house upscale apartments in their meeting Thursday.
A Florida bank robbing suspect was arrested by the Mt. Juliet Police Department Thursday. James Wilbert Gray II, 21, formerly of Pompano Beach, Fla., was arrested at a home in the 600 block of Meadowview […]