The Wilson County Fair, one of the biggest events in Tennessee, continues this week.
Lebanon police and the Wilson County Sheriff’s Office come together to keep things safe through the event.
On Sunday, the congregation of Cedar Grove Baptist celebrated their new church home with a dedication service.
Edgar Elliott’s body was located just before 8 p.m. after a day-long search in the area of Neal Road.
Organizers are hoping to draw in more than people than last year, when more than 557,000 were in attendance.
The hiring event will be held Saturday morning at the Mt. Juliet distribution center.
According to a press release, an investigation revealed it began as a fight between a few teenagers.
Edgar Elliott’s body was located before 8 p.m. after a day-long search in the area of Neal Road.
Ashley Selby posted the desperate call for help on the community Facebook page “Hip Mt. Juliet” on July 21.
Lebanon police have safely found a missing 19-year-old homeless man who has a mild case of cerebral palsy.
Jimmie Russell Jr. is now facing multiple charges after the incident that unfolded on Interstate 40 near Sparta Pike just after 6:20 p.m.
A Lebanon man with a softball sized hole in his skull continues to recuperate two weeks after a fire work exploded into his skull.
The suspect was reportedly caught on surveillance walking down the street, and the witness confirmed he was the suspect.
Police are searching for a couple accused of distracting a woman while shopping in Mt. Juliet and stealing her wallet in June.
Two cars collided in Wilson county Tuesday morning, including one car carrying a one-week old baby.
The suspects canvassed the site, left, unloaded a mower from the trailer, then returned and loaded about 70 sheets of plywood in 40 minutes.
A viewer took a picture of the officer standing in the rain at the intersection of South Greenhill Road and Division Street.
Officers were called to Hobbs Avenue Thursday morning around 12 a.m.
Mt. Juliet police are on their way to becoming pro-animal wranglers, it seems.
The escort was provided by members of the U.S. Navy, the American Legion and Mt. Juliet police.