Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corp. officials warn members about a number of scam phone calls where fraudulent callers pose as employees of Middle Tennessee Electric, contact members and claim their account is past due and subject to cutoff.
Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corp.’s SharingChange recently donated $5,000 of its funds to Interfaith Dental Clinic.
West Wilson Utility District recently was recently awarded top honors at the Region 5 Best Tasting Water Contest sponsored by the Tennessee Association of Utility Districts.
The ninth annual Think Green, Think Clean Youth Litter Challenge will be held Saturday at various schools across Wilson County.
The month-long observance is dedicated to educating and informing the general public of the hazards of digging underground and to raise awareness of calling Tennessee 811 before starting any digging or excavation project.
Before you reach for that shovel to start digging, remember to call 811, the national call-before-you-dig number, to ensure that your buried utility lines are marked.
Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corp., in conjunction with cooperatives across the nation, celebrated National Lineman Appreciation Day on Monday.
Lebanon officials encouraged residents to take advantage of a pilot recycling program that started last year and said they believe it could have big payoffs for the city.
A Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corp. substation went down Sunday afternoon, which caused a significant power outage in Mt. Juliet.
The City of Lebanon will extend its recycling program pilot through the end of the year after it launched in May.
The Lebanon City Council approved a payment plan for water and sewer fees associated with the Wilson County Expo Center during Tuesday’s regular meeting at Town Hall.