Kenny Howell Managing Editor TDOT held its ribbon cutting for North Mt. Juliet Road Monday in front of a large crowd of city officials, local business owners and politicians.
Two Mt. Juliet High School seniors are leaving behind something that will help special education students learn about the United States for years to come. Claire Burgett and Paige Ronsen, along with the help of […]
Planet Playground is getting a makeover, and the first part is done. The staff at the Parks and Recreation Department took down old equipment and put up brand new equipment for children to use.
Ted Floyd announced he will not be seeking reelection, and the commission approved first reading of the budget at the Tuesday Board of Commissioners meeting. The meeting was pushed back from its regular Monday time due […]
Interim City Manager Kenny Martin made the annual trip to Las Vegas, Nev. last week to visit RECon, a convention that has representatives from businesses and developers all over the United States. The trip is […]
The small family run restaurants have been a staple of Mt. Juliet over the years, and Rhyno’s Grille is looking to continue that with their signature dishes. Whether it is the homemade brisket, homemade fried […]
Four city employees resigned and one was terminated Wednesday as a part of an investigation of unauthorized use of city equipment and neglect of duty. Assistant Public Works Director Shannon Joyner was terminated, while Public Works […]
Mayor Ed Hagerty called for action in the sexting allegations against City employees in the Monday commissioners meeting. “The reports are appalling and disgusting,” said Hagerty. Two City employees have been suspended with pay, and […]
A suspect or suspects tried to gain access to the T-Mobile store recently, but fled after an alarm sounded. On Tuesday, March 27 at approximately 10:55 p.m., the Mt. Juliet Police Department responded to the […]