The Chronicle of Mt. Juliet celebrated its 35th birthday this past week. September 3, 1980 was the beginning for Mt. Juliet’s first local newspaper. The first edition was delivered to every resident in Mt. Juliet. […]
At approximately 11 a.m. Monday, Aug. 31, an automated call stating there was a bomb present in Elzie D. Patton Elementary School in Mt. Juliet was received at the school. The Wilson County Sherriff’s office, […]
The Cumberland University Board of Trust Dr. Paul C. Stumb IV as the 26th president of the 174 year old school last week. The appointment came after an extensive nationwide search. Dr. Stumb, 55, has […]
Thursday night the Mt. Juliet planning commission approved the land use amendment with a vote of 6-2 for Beckwith North, located at Eastgate Boulevard where Pannatoni construction plans to build a second 1 million square […]
MJPD Reports Saturday morning, Aug. 15, police investigated a report of a possible abduction attempt. A 7-year-old girl was approached by an unknown man as she rode her bicycle at a local apartment complex.
The Wilson County Fair got started last weekend and drew roughly 213,000 people on its’ opening weekend. The fair drew 37,355 Friday, 106,058 Saturday, and 69,870 Sunday for a total of 213,283 for the weekend, […]