Kenny Howell Managing Editor Kenny Martin spoke to Eastern Middle TN Association of Realtors Thursday, and gave a hint at what could be coming in the future to Mt. Juliet. Some businesses are for sure […]
A process that began eight years ago to mobilize volunteers quickly when disaster strikes is nearing completion. In 2005 Don Davis (now deceased) and his wife Ann approached leadership of the Tennessee Baptist Convention about […]
A Facebook post sparked a scare that the Regal Cinemas 14 in Providence had been robbed Saturday. “A robbery did not occur at the theater nor in Mt. Juliet,” said Mt. Juliet Police Department Sgt. […]
Sydney Brumbach MJHS Golden Ray The Renaissance Fair, run by social studies teacher Samantha Davenport and English teacher Lori Scott, is a time for our school to come together over history and learn how it […]
American Cancer Society’s 100th Birthday Celebration – May 22nd One hundred years ago, the American Cancer Society began the fight of a lifetime – the fight against cancer. Now it’s time to join together to […]
The American Legion Auxiliary Unit 281 has declared Saturday, May 25, 2013, as their official poppy distribution day in Mt. Juliet. Displays will be set up at the Providence Kroger store and Auxiliary members will be on […]
Kenny Howell Managing Editor The City of Mt. Juliet Planning Commission approved a site plan for Providence Wine & Spirits, which should be the second liquor store to open in Mt. Juliet.
The City of Mt. Juliet and The Arts Alliance of Middle Tennessee are proud to announce a free series of music, theatre and the arts performances this summer at the Charlie Daniels Park Stage.
Kenny Howell Managing Editor The Mom’s Club of Mt. Juliet donated $939.26 to the new Friends of Mt. Juliet Parks and Recreation Monday. The non-profit organization will help develop, expand and maximize the park land […]