The legendary country music group Oak Ridge Boys and gospel Grammy winner Jason Crabb will return to the 2017 Wilson County Fair as headline performers sponsored by Bates Ford.
Wilson County Schools recently received recognition for its investment in next-generation digital education and encouragement of innovative tools from the Center for Digital Education.
The public will gets its first chance to provide input on Lebanon’s new west side park Thursday from 6-8 p.m. at the Lebanon Town Meeting Hall.
The controversial bathroom bill died in the Senate Education Committee meeting Wednesday after it failed to receive a motion from legislators.
Wilson County received minimal storm damage Tuesday evening compared to other surrounding counties, according to a Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corp. report released Wednesday.
The Wilson County Civic League will hold its annual fellowship dinner April 8 at 6 p.m. at Cumberland University’s Baird Chapel.
The Wilson County AARP held its final meeting Tuesday after more than 25 years in existence, and the meeting featured plenty of smiles and shared memories through the years.
Now, the days following the first weekend, we are forced to look at ourselves in the mirror with the same confused face as we did last year and ask, “What happened?”
Lebanon Mayor Bernie Ash said the proposed budgets for the next two fiscal years includes a property tax break for city residents after they experienced an increase this year.
The Lebanon City Council agreed to extend the city’s recycling pilot program, as well as form a follow-up committee to its disbanded visioning committee during Tuesday’s regular meeting.