Wilson County school resource officers charged two Mt. Juliet High School students with vandalism Wednesday, nearly a week after a janitor found spray-painted obscenities Thanksgiving Day throughout the school.
Lebanon Finance Commissioner Robert Springer is on administrative leave with pay after Lebanon Mayor Bernie Ash attempted to fire him Monday morning.
Following the Metro Nashville City Council’s decision to close the popular light and music show at Jellystone Park, the Dancing Lights of Christmas owners decided Friday to move the show to the James E. Ward Agricultural Center in Lebanon.
A woman was critically injured in a head-on collision with a tree Friday morning near East Division Street and Old Lebanon Dirt Road, according to local officials.
A Lebanon man and his son were each shot in the leg, and police remain on the hunt for the suspected shooter.
At approximately 4:32 p.m., crews spotted the issue. The train was temporarily evacuated and crews extinguished the fire, which was found on the exterior axle of the locomotive.
Lebanon police responded to the scene of an accidental shooting in which a 16-year-old was shot in the hand, according to Cpl. P.J. Hardy.
A water break has caused a temporary road closure in Lebanon at the intersection of West Main Street and Castle Heights Ave.
The Grand Jury handed down an indictment Friday evening stemming from evidence that was presented by investigators on a dog attack that mauled a Gladeville Elementary student on April 3.
Mt. Juliet police are investigating a burglary at Guns and Ammo on North Mt. Juliet Road on Wednesday in which 15 handguns and a rifle part were stolen.
Lebanon police sought the public’s help Thursday to identify a suspect involved in a rape incident reported Tuesday near Park Avenue in Lebanon.
An alleged rape incident that happened Tuesday near Park Avenue in Lebanon is under investigation, according to Lebanon police officials.
A hot lawnmower was determined to be the cause of a detached garage fire at 881 Old Shannon Road on Tuesday afternoon, according to the Wilson County Emergency Management Agency.
No serious injuries were reported when a Wilson County school bus hit a light pole in the parking lot of West Wilson Middle School on Wednesday afternoon, according to Mt. Juliet police.
One fatality and one injury were reported in a single-vehicle accident on Saundersville Road in Mt. Juliet on Thursday night, according to a preliminary report from Tennessee Highway Patrol.