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.
Firefighters saved the home of a Lebanon principal and sheriff’s deputy from a complete loss to fire Tuesday thanks to the quick actions of a fellow deputy there to cut the couple’s grass.
Wilson Emergency Management Agency firefighters battled a blaze early Monday morning at a barn near Lebanon, but several goats died in the fire.
Fire destroyed a family’s garage and damaged their home early Sunday morning, but the family made it out unharmed thanks to their dogs.
Lebanon firefighters battled a house fire fueled by strong winds Wednesday afternoon but managed to save most of the home’s contents.
Mt. Juliet and Wilson Emergency Management Agency firefighters managed to save the majority of a Lebanon Road home that caught fire late Sunday morning.
Lebanon firefighters managed to contain a fire to a laundry room at a home early New Year’s Eve.