The Mt. Juliet Police Department is currently accepting applications for their upcoming session of the Citizen Police Academy. The academy provides community members with an inside look at local law enforcement, giving an overview of […]
Mt. Juliet City Manager Kenny Martin has appointed Andy Garrett the new Public Safety Director, and James Hambrick as the new Chief of Police. The position of Public Safety Director was recently created to oversee […]
Kenny Howell Managing Editor A reorganization of city employees and an ordinance finalizing the liquor store rules were deferred at Monday’s meeting.
The Mt. Juliet Police Department has put an end to a multistate counterfeiting and theft operation that has plagued the whole southeast United States for weeks. This was possible with the help of a local […]
Mt. Juliet citizens can now enjoy the convenience offered by a timesaving, self service driver’s license kiosk that the City of Mt. Juliet has just received from the Tennessee Department of Safety.
Each year at Christmas Big Brothers of Mt. Juliet, with the help of The Mt. Juliet High School students, ROTC and numerous volunteers’ pack hundreds of food boxes and distribute toys to needy families in […]
Encore Theatre Company is proud to present “A Tuna Christmas,” written by Jaston Williams, Joe Sears and Ed Howard. It is co-directed by and Starring Bowd Beal and Hugh Britt. In this hilarious sequel to […]
Sabrina Garrett Special to The Chronicle Wilson County Director of Schools Mike Davis announced at 6 p.m. this evening that he will officially resign from the position when his contract expires on June 30, 2013. […]
Kenny Howell Managing Editor Rain is in the forecast, but the Christmas parade is scheduled to go on as usual at 6 p.m. according to Mt. Juliet Parks and Recreation Director Jay Cameli.