The Lebanon City Council approved the terms of a settlement agreement with former Lebanon finance commissioner Robert Springer that will allow Springer to serve the city, but not as commissioner.
The Lebanon Planning Commission plans to discuss a zoning overlay for property on the Lebanon Square and a few surrounding properties Tuesday at 5 p.m. at the Town Meeting Hall.
Cumberland University’s education program received the second-highest rating available on this year’s Tennessee Board of Education’s Report Card for Teacher Preparation it received the highest available score last year.
The Don Fox Community Park playground reopened Monday as warm weather moved through Middle Tennessee.
A longtime country store operator, volunteer and community member celebrated her 99th birthday Friday with family, friends and community leaders.
Wilson County Schools personnel and Mt. Juliet police Chief James Hambrick discussed school safety this week in the wake of a mass school shooting in Parkland, Florida that left 17 dead.
The Tennessee Department of Transportation will hold a pre-construction meeting for State Route 109 on Feb. 27 from 6-7 p.m. at Life Church at 3688 Highway 109.
The Wilson County Joint Economic and Community Development Board leadership met with the Lebanon City Council on Thursday to discuss how the group could help the city’s business efforts.
A Wilson Central student was charged with assault and false reporting to an officer after threatening another student and students at Wilson Central High School.
The transformation of the former Reba McEntire estate on State Route 109 into an event venue is complete, and it’s available for guests.