Wilson County Assessor of Property Jack Pratt, Jr. officially announced his candidacy for re-election Tuesday, July 17.
The Mt. Juliet Police Department is going to try something different for National Night Out, and it is going to be held in October rather than August.
Members of the Gladeville United Methodist Church gave away free gas Saturday morning at Cook’s Market on S. Mount Juliet Rd., in an event called “Pray at the Pump.”
The High Five Tour 2012 will make its way to Two Rivers Ford in Mt. Juliet July 28 from 4 to 8 p.m.
The West Wilson Utility District’s Jackie C. Hays Water Treatment Plant operations staff received recognition for outstanding plant operation on July 10, 2012 from the Kentucky/Tennessee Section of the American Water Works Association (AWWA) at […]
When we receive unexpected flowers, it puts a smile on our face. With the generous gift made by Moss’ Florist in Mt. Juliet along with the Tennessee Teleflora Unit, the residents and visitors at McKendree […]
The Salon Professional Academy Nashville this week began one of its largest classes of future cosmetologists in the local school’s five-year history and one of original founders visited the local school to welcome the new […]
Cancer is an enemy of humanity – taking what is healthy and beautiful and causing physical destruction. It strikes when you least expect it. It does not discriminate. But as one cancer victim described it: […]
A female was arrested over the weekend after she pulled a gun and acted like she was an off-duty police officer at Mt. Juliet’s Charlie Daniels Park.
Kenny Howell Managing Editor Wilson County Mayor Randall Hutto paid a visit the Mt. Juliet/West Wilson Chamber of Commerce Luncheon Wednesday, and laid out where the county is headed in the coming months and years.