The Lebanon Waste-to-Energy Gasification Plant reached a milestone last week as the plant maintained a 94-percent uptime rate in the last 100 consecutive days.
Wilson County sheriff’s deputies charged a Bethpage man on Tuesday after he led deputies on a high-speed chase Oct. 1 and possibly escaped into the Cumberland River in the area of Old Hunters Point Pike near the county landfill.
Tennessee Department of Veteran Affairs Commissioner Many-Bears Grinder was awarded a plaque for her service in the recognition of Gold Star Mothers in Tennessee on Monday at Mt. Juliet City Hall.
The Wilson County 911 Center celebrated the 50th anniversary of 911 services in America on Oct. 2 with a potluck.
Mt. Juliet will welcome its newest pizza joint Friday when Your Pie, a fast-casual pizza concept, opens on Providence Parkway.
Lebanon will hold its first Pumpkin Festival on Oct. 27 at the Lebanon Farmers Market.
On Tuesday, the Mt. Juliet Chamber of Commerce held its final Leading Women Luncheon for 2018.
Justin Hodges can often be found putting on weights on a bench press or running in the evenings that become cooler with the change of the leaves.
The Stewart County Sheriff’s Office and Tennessee Bureau of Investigation have confirmed the capture of Kirby Wallace.
The Brooks House annual Old-Fashioned Spaghetti Supper will take place Thursday, Oct. 18 from 5:30-8:30 p.m. at College Hills Church of Christ in Lebanon.