An early Saturday morning fire did some significant damage to a Lebanon home.
Mt. Juliet firefighters extinguished a fire Sunday morning at Mt. Juliet Elementary School that damaged at least one classroom.
A lightning strike may have caused a Thursday night house fire just outside the city limits of Mt. Juliet, and severe weather conditions challenged firefighters in putting it out.
Wilson Emergency Management Agency officials reported a house fire Thursday evening near Lebanon.
Fire struck a home in Mt. Juliet for the second time in two days early Saturday morning and left it in ruins.
No injuries were reported in a Mt. Juliet house fire Friday afternoon in the 500 block of Belinda Parkway, officials with the Mt. Juliet Fire Department confirmed.
One person was in critical condition after a structure fire at 631 Beckwith Rd. in Mt. Juliet on Tuesday afternoon.
A reported fire at Watertown Elementary School early Thursday afternoon was determined to be a false alarm, according to Watertown fire Chief John Jewell.
Officials remind residents not to burn outside without a permit despite a recent burn ban lift
An elderly Watertown man died Monday morning in a house fire, the cause of which remains under investigation.
No injuries were reported in a Friday house fire at 285 S. Rutland Rd.
A Ford F-250 truck, pulling a trailer, caught fire at the intersection of N. Mt. Juliet Road and Pleasant Grove Road on Tuesday morning.
Wilson Emergency Management Agency firefighters fought a mobile home fire Saturday night at 1173 Needmore Road in Old Hickory.
A Lebanon fire inspector in the right place at the right time kept a fire from spreading Tuesday afternoon at a home on Elmwood Drive.
A quick response by Lebanon firefighters kept an apartment fire contained despite gusty winds Monday afternoon.