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 […]
A routine excavation at Andrew Jackson’s home, The Hermitage became an archaeological discovery. Earlier this year as workers were repairing a broken pipe, they uncovered what appears to be the foundation of a Jackson era […]
Kenny Howell Managing Editor The board of commissioners approved a lease with MYFSA to move them to Mundy Park, and awarded another liquor store license Monday.
Sabrina Garrett Special to The Chronicle Lebanon Police Department Capt. Michael Vanhook said that whether an officer is employed by LPD, Mt. Juliet Police or the Wilson County Sheriff’s Department, “We are all fighting the […]
While honoring America’s war dead Friday at Arlington National Cemetery, Britain’s Prince Harry placed a wreath and note at the grave of Mt. Juliet soldier, Michael L. Stansbery, Jr. According to the Associated Press, the […]
A Mt. Juliet man was arrested following an early-morning standoff with Mt. Juliet Police officers. Mt. Juliet’s Special Response Team and Crisis Negotiators were able to quickly respond and end the neighborhood standoff this morning. […]
Nu Chaw Chaw, an 11-year-old from Yangon, Myanmar (formerly called Burma) was born with a club foot. Despite two surgeries, she was still extremely crippled and walked on the side of her foot. She had […]