Jake Porter is a graduate engineer and civil designer assisting with land development projects across middle Tennessee. He has been a summer engineering intern with Civil Site since 2008. Porter is a 2015 cum laude […]
The Mt. Juliet Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting ceremony at the new Cool Springs Plastic Surgery location in Mt. Juliet welcoming the business and staff to the community.
The Wilson County Insurance Committee met in discussion regarding spending expenses and significant savings results of the County’s insurance plan. Wilson County Finance Director, Aaron Maynard, discussed with committee members the county’s savings over the […]
The American fast food restaurant chain, Krystal, known for its small, square hamburger sliders with steamed-in onions, is being constructed in North Mt. Juliet, located off of Lebanon Road, next to the newly opened Starbucks […]
The City of Mt. Juliet has compiled and provided a list of grants & donations that were approved by the Mt. Juliet Board of Commissioners at a previous meeting in June.
The Chop Shop specializes in hair, make-up, fun face painting for children, and an overall great environment. The Chop Shop, located at 1200 South Mt Juliet Road in Suite B, is now open in […]
Pictured at the check presentation are (left to right) John Bradshaw, President and COO of First Freedom Bank; Tanya Graham, Executive Director of Mt. Juliet Senior Activity Center; Steven Ford, board member of the Center; […]
Members of the Committee involved in City grants that were approved by federal and state government totaling 1.3 million in Mt. Juliet. Pictured (Left to Right): Chris Smith, Nancy Andrews, Steve Armstrong, Art Giles, Hanley […]
On Thursday, June 30th, the City of Mt. Juliet announced that it was approved 1.3 million in grants, by state and federal government, for walkways and greenways. Dedicated committee members and city officials have worked […]