The Wilson County 911 Board met Monday for its monthly meeting where members continued to discuss progress and the next steps for the ongoing colocation upgrade to the building.
Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corp. sent seven linemen and a mobile mechanic to Georgia to restore power in the wake of Hurricane Michael that is expected to make landfall Wednesday in Florida.
Wilson County Emergency Management Agency firefighters responded Monday morning to a house fire that involved a pickup truck in a carport.
The Wilson County 911 Center celebrated the 50th anniversary of 911 services in America on Oct. 2 with a potluck.
Mt. Juliet fire Chief Jamie Luffman alerted the public in the area of the new Green Hill High School that tremors could be felt or the detonation of demolition charges may be heard Wednesday afternoon coming from the construction site.
Lebanon police responded to reports of an armed suicidal man barricaded in his apartment at Cedarwood Apartments on Wednesday morning, where they talked the subject down.
Wilson County Emergency Management Agency personnel, along with Lebanon and Mt. Juliet firefighters continue to work to assist other emergency personnel in North and South Carolina since Hurricane Florence made landfall Sept. 14.
Wilson County Emergency Management Agency firefighters assisted Rutherford County Fire and Rescue firefighters to battle a large house fire early Monday morning on Couchville Pike.
Dotson was a senior at Watertown High School. He previously played football and was a member of the track and field team. According to Watertown High School principal Jeff Luttrell, counselors were made available Monday to students who needed support.
Wilson County sheriff’s Lt. Scott Moore released Sunday afternoon the name of the teenager who drowned Saturday afternoon at Cedar Creek Boat Ramp in Mt. Juliet.
Wilson Emergency Management Agency firefighters tackled a house fire Thursday night at 555 Vesta Road near Lebanon.
Mt. Juliet firefighters fought a fire Tuesday evening that burned a resident’s backyard, shed, fence and trees.
A Lebanon resident discovered a fire Monday afternoon in her ceiling at 111 W. Adams Ave.
Wilson County Emergency Management Agency and Lebanon Fire Department deployed six personnel to North Carolina on Wednesday morning to assist in the emergency response to the impending landfall of Hurricane Florence on the east coast of the United States.
Ken Kackley, a first-responder to the Pentagon on Sept. 11, 2001, spoke at Cumberland on Monday night where he shared his story of the day that changed America forever.