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Second suspect faces vehicular homicide charge
Authorities charged a Hartsville man Saturday with criminal responsibility for vehicular homicide in connection with the February death of a Wilson County woman.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
Loyd Thomas 'Tommy' Nokes Jr.
A native of Wilson county, he was the son of the late Loyd Thomas Nokes Sr. and Catherine Nokes.
Midstate update: Megan Lavery
Juliet * Currently: Completed senior season at Cumberland * The update: Lavery started all 57 games for Cumberland, hitting .302 with one home run and 13 RBIs.
Engagement: Cameron McMillan & Caleb Lee
The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mrs. Allen Gray McMillan, Jr. and the late Mr. Allen Gray McMillan, Jr. of Talladega, AL; and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chesley Couch of Mt.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Officials in stalemate over Bel Air Providence
Wilson County officials agree Bel Air Providence would be a huge benefit for the county, but they have yet to agree who should provide sewer services for the development.
Man vs. nature
As predicted, strong winds shook, smacked and stomped EverStart Series Central Division competitors up and down Kentucky Lake today, leaving more than one angler to mourn his blown-away hot spot with a tube of Bengay and a pack of ice.
Hundreds of American flags fly in Mt. Juliet on Flag Day
Hundreds of American flags will be on display today through Sunday in the center of Mt.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Softball teams to play for park's tornado recovery
In an effort to complete the rebuild process after a January tornado, Mt. Juliet Recreation League officials will play host to a National Softball Association tournament.
Community rallies for Bobby Harris
Chick-fil-A in Lebanon was the site of a fundraiser for 6 year-old Bobby Harris who has been diagnosed with medulla blastoma, an aggressive brain cancer.
Apartments hand out evictions after officer assaulted
Mt. Juliet police confirmed Thursday management of an apartment complex started the eviction process with several families involved in a crowd disturbance and assault on a police officer Sunday.
Farmer's market blooms with new hours
With the opening of the Mt. Juliet Farmer's Market last month, there's now even more reason to enjoy all the freshness it has to offer.
MCA approved for TSSAA membership
McClain Christian Academy is one of the newest members of the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association after the TSSAA's Board of Control approved the Lebanon school's membership Wednesday.
Officials explore options for Nashville congestion
The 2012 Urban Mobility Report issued by the Texas A&M Transportation Institute says the congestion costs commuters money in lost time and extra fuel, as well as pollutes the region's air.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
Graduation site raises issues
Lebanon High faculty will evaluate changes to next year's graduation ceremony after threatening weather forced the school to hurriedly move its 2013 commencement from the football field to the gym.
Most Wanted and Sheriff's Reports for June 12, 2013
Editor's Note: The following are suspects booked into the Wilson County Jail during the specified time frame.
Nonprofit status will help in park fundraising
A support organization in Mt. Juliet recently achieved nonprofit status and now can move forward on its mission to enhance the city's park system.
Disaster aid center opens in Mt. Juliet
Before the Tennessee Baptist Convention even finished building its new disaster relief center in Mt.
Men indicted on arson, conspiracy charges
Two men were recently indicted by a federal grand jury that alleges they set fire to a newly constructed home in 2009 in Mt.
Cumberland University Fine Arts Council Hosts Symphony on the Lawn
Hundreds of people gathered on Cumberland University's Memorial Lawn Tuesday night to enjoy performances from the Nashville Symphony and from local students.
Tue Jun 11, 2013
Mt. Juliet Fire Department's New Fire Hall Completed
MT. JULIET, Tenn. - Mt. Juliet Fire Department's new fire hall on Belinda Parkway has been completed, but it will be a while before fire engines roll out of the building.