Tickets for the 2018 Nashville St. Jude Dream Home Giveaway in Mt. Juliet are currently available.
Mt. Juliet Mayor Ed Hagerty honored beloved Mt. Juliet matriarch Jenny Bess Hibbett on Wednesday during his annual State of Mt. Juliet address.
After less than two months away from politics, former state Sen. Mae Beavers has pulled a petition and set her sights on the Wilson County mayor’s office.
Wilson County and every other Tennessee county saw increased unemployment rates from December to January.
Gubernatorial candidate Randy Boyd made a series of appearances in Wilson County on Thursday ahead of this year’s general election.
State, regional and local officials kicked off the State Route 109 renovation project Friday, marking the start of one of the state’s most important road projects.
Mt. Juliet City Commissioner Ray Justice gave an update to citizens Friday regarding the ongoing situation with the Regional Transit Authority board regarding issues surrounding the city’s Music City Star commuter train service.
Mt. Juliet residents and business leaders received several business updates Friday during the Mt. Juliet Chamber of Commerce Economic and Community Development meeting.
The Wilson County Board of Education approved the next step Monday in the ongoing liquor-by-the-drink lawsuit against Mt. Juliet.
The Wilson County Joint Economic and Community Development Board Executive Committee discussed a pair of meetings with city leaders to discuss the desired focus of the group moving forward.
A group of moms in Mt. Juliet came together again Friday to give 16 school resource officers across Wilson County $20 gift certificates.
Mt. Juliet City Hall is under renovation for the next few months as city leaders look to make the building more energy efficient and appealing.
Mt. Juliet was named the fifth-safest city in Tennessee for 2018 recently in a list compiled by the National Council for Home Safety and Security.
The Make a Mark Center will bring its arts and technology camp to Mt. Juliet on March 12-16 for children 4-13 years old at Providence Marketplace in Mt. Juliet between Panera Bread and AT&T.
Wilson County sheriff’s Lt. Scott Moore and Wilson County schools spokesperson Jennifer Johnson talked Friday afternoon about threats of violence in Wilson County Schools this week, in particular an incident that happened at Mt. Juliet Middle School.