Students at the Collective Art School of Tennessee recently got their chance to shine as they took center stage for a musical production of “The Wizard of Oz.”
Nashville & Eastern Railroad will close the northbound lanes of Mt. Juliet Road near Division Street on Saturday from 6 a.m. until 6 p.m.
An estate sale at the home of Leon Russell in Mt. Juliet started Thursday and will go through the weekend.
Unemployment rates decreased in all 95 counties across Tennessee in April, and all counties were at or below 5 percent for the month.
Wilson County Schools recently announced new principals at Stoner Creek Elementary School and Mt. Juliet Middle School.
A late request from the Mt. Juliet Planning Commission prompted the Wilson County Schools’ deferral last week during the group’s monthly meeting.
Guests received a sneak peak at this year’s St. Jude Dream Home in Mt. Juliet’s Jackson Hills subdivision Thursday as open house tours kick off this weekend.
Construction officially kicked off Thursday for a new TriStar emergency medical center in Mt. Juliet as officials gathered for a groundbreaking ceremony.
The Wilson County Sheriff’s Office joined the list of groups, which have honored retiring Mt. Juliet High School principal Mel Brown on Wednesday with a small ceremony at the school.
The Wilson County Board of Education voted Monday to halt plans for rezoning in Mt. Juliet until September due to concerns caused by housing developments.
The annual Honoring America’s Flag event will return to Mt. Juliet for Memorial Day weekend.
Families from across Wilson County came out to the fourth-annual Ride Mt. Juliet event, and followed Mt. Juliet fire Chief Jamie Luffman who drive a ladder truck on a 5.8-mile bike ride.
The Mt. Juliet Bicycle and Pedestrian Committee presented Ride Mt. Juliet on Sunday afternoon at the Music City Star terminal parking lot at the intersection of Mt. Juliet Road and Division Street. Riders followed a Mt. Juliet fire truck on a
The Big Payback on Wednesday raised more than $3 million, including nearly $88,000 for Wilson County nonprofit organizations and agencies.
Sophia Riddell, 57, of Mt. Juliet, was cited with improper backing after she backed the school bus she was driving into another car Tuesday afternoon.