Lebanon and Mt. Juliet police officers, Wilson County sheriff’s deputies, as well as Mt. Juliet firefighters spoke to the 2018 Leadership Wilson class Wednesday afternoon.
Mt. Juliet city officials issued a burn ban due to forecast high winds ahead of cold weather until at least Tuesday.
A Mt. Juliet family was awakened early Saturday morning by their carbon monoxide alarm.
Emergency crews in Wilson County dealt with several incidents last weekend, including at least two crashes and two fires.
The Mt. Juliet police, firefighters and Wilson County Emergency Management Agency officials all made posts on social media Tuesday warning against playing on ice after a picture was posted of two children playing on thin ice in the Hickory Hills neighborhood.
The Fire Department at Mt. Juliet held its 2017 awards ceremony Dec. 17 at its annual Christmas party.
Mt. Juliet firefighters quickly put out a house fire Wednesday around 11 a.m. at 960 Pebble Beach Circle in Mt. Juliet.
Mt. Juliet fire Chief Jamie Luffman and Mt. Juliet police Capt. Tyler Chandler spoke Monday night about what they knew about a home fire where an elderly man’s body was found at 701 W. Division St. in Mt. Juliet.
Firefighters with the Mt. Juliet Fire department were called to the scene of a house fire around 2:20 p.m. Monday afternoon.
The Mt. Juliet Fire Department held a demonstration day Saturday at Stoner Creek Elementary School to showcase its firefighting procedures and educate residents on fire safety practices and tips.
The Mt. Juliet Fire Department began operations out of its new interim station Friday morning.
The Fire Department Mt. Juliet will conduct multiple demonstrations Oct. 7 from 9 a.m. until noon at Stoner Creek Elementary School.
A dump truck crashed into a utility pole Monday morning that trapped the driver and brought live power lines down around him.
Local emergency service agencies and Mt. Juliet High School officials teamed up Thursday to highlight the dangers of distracted and intoxicated driving as the school prepares for prom Saturday.
Mt. Juliet firefighters are set to kick off the annual Fill the Boot fundraising campaign to help the Muscular Dystrophy Association find treatments and cures for muscular dystrophy, ALS and related diseases that severely limit strength and mobility.