The property of Pump-It-Up in Mt. Juliet has been seized for nonpayment of Tennessee State taxes by virtue of a levy issued by the Department of Revenue, Tax Enforcement Division.
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 […]
No rain-check for fireworks in Mt. Juliet. Rainy weather doesn’t dampen the spirits of Mt. Juliet residents for their day of Independence celebration. The new celebration location for Mt. Juliet’s 4th of July fireworks show […]
The City of Mt. Juliet Puts Focus on Pedestrians State Representative, Susan Lynn (R-Mt. Juliet), made a big announcement for the City of Mt. Juliet last Thursday, June 30, announcing a 1.3 million dollar project […]
Mt. Juliet Police discover I-40 wreck involving two vehicles on opposite sides of interstate Mt. Juliet officers discover wreck on I-40, early Memorial Day morning, involving two vehicles on the opposite side of the interstate. […]
New plans for the Mt. Juliet Train Station The Mt. Juliet Train Station, located at the intersection of East Division St. and North Mt. Juliet Road, may have some development plans in its future. Chamber […]
An inauguration ceremony took place Friday, in front of Cumberland University’s Memorial Hall, before the commencement of Paul C. Stumb becoming the 26th President of Cumberland University in Lebanon. Many of his eminent colleagues and […]
Education Commissioner just announced that the State Dept. of Education is suspending testing in grades 3-8 during this school year. The high school testing will continue. The contract with Measurement, Inc. has been terminated.
Mt. Juliet detectives are searching for two suspects that burglarized n’Range, located at 9904 Lebanon Road, twice in three days. n”Range was burglarized during the early morning hours of Sunday, April 17 and Wednesday, April […]