The Centerstage Theatre Co. will present “To Kill a Mockingbird” next month and received help from one well-known citizen who experienced similar circumstances for one of the production’s main characters.
Stoner Creek Elementary School students received a visit from Bess the Book Bus on Wednesday and received free books to help grow or start their home libraries.
Wilson County Schools encourages students to continue reading during spring break with a Twitter challenge that could bring rewards.
Wilson County resident and published author Johnny Counterfit released his first novel in November, and Wilson County libraries added it to their shelves in Lebanon, Watertown and Mt. Juliet.
The authors of a news book, “Postcard History Series: Tennessee State Parks,” will have a special event in March at Cedars of Lebanon State Park.
MT. JULIET – Local Books-A-Million retailer in Providence Marketplace brought in more than $5,000 with a book drive that benefitted the United Way of Wilson County and the Upper Cumberland.
Dye began writing poems in the fourth grade in his hometown of New Albany, Miss. He said he mostly wrote for fun in high school until college when he felt called by God to make his work available to the public.
Alphonso Ashworth, a Lebanon business owner and author, will soon release his new book “Lost Memories,” which is a faith-based novel that tells a story of redemption.
A local author helped Mt. Juliet Elementary School celebrate “Nerd Day” on Wednesday as she spoke to fourth and fifth grade students about her latest work.
Lebanon is the location for this year’s Indie Romance Convention, a gathering of romance authors and readers that focuses on the independent romance publishing industry.
The Indie Romance Convention is an event upcoming in Lebanon that will bring together romance authors and readers for author workshops on craft and marketing and reader workshops and panels covering the publishing industry.
Mt. Juliet Library lovers returned to an updated facility Wednesday after months of renovation work was revealed in a ribbon cutting ceremony and open house.
Valerie Shell’s book “Late Summer 1975: Once is Enough” follows the story of Shell’s life in New York. Shell, 81, is a Lebanon resident, and this is her first book.
Magician Bruce Amato performed two shows Tuesday at the Lebanon Public Library as part of the library’s summer reading program.
This year's program is called "On Your Mark, Get Set, Read" and is open to children from birth through sixth grade.
The summer reading program sign-up starts Thursday at the Lebanon-Wilson County Public Library with programs scheduled for all ages.