4 hrs ago
Charley Pride's son wants out of contract with Lebanon-based agent
The son of country music legend Charley Pride sued his manager for release, claiming in court that the company booked him for only one gig - and the check for it bounced.
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7 hrs ago
Bill to raise Wilson County lodging tax set for further review
A bill proposing to give Wilson County the authority to raise its hotel-motel tax by 1 percentage point to help fund a new expo center didn't move forward at Legislative Plaza last week, but it's still alive.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Wilson County Sheriff's Reports and Most Wanted for March 8-9
Richard Dominique Thompson, 24, of Mt. Juliet, was charged with driving under the influence, driving on a revoked license and violation of implied consent law.
Pet contest winner named
With more than 36,000 votes cast, a winner has been named in Lebanon Publishing Company's first-ever cutest pets photo contest.
Storm smarts: Preparation key in weathering severe weather in Wilson County
Spring is less then two weeks away, meaning consistently warmer temperatures are likely not far behind.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
New 'Quiet Zone' Silences Trains In Wilson County
LEBANON, Tenn. - One area in Wilson County has said goodbye to the loud horn as trains pass railroad crossings in their area after the sections were deemed to be a "Quiet Zone."
Brooks Bucks back to benefit Habitat for Humanity
Each $5 donation to Wilson Habitat for Humanity buys one Brooks Buck and entitles the bearer to apply $7.50 toward one meal - lunch or dinner - at Demos' Restaurant in Lebanon.
Housing Authority board member resigns
Lebanon Housing Authority board member Bill Durham resigned from the board of directors Thursday following a recent incident where he gave a 35-year-old woman a place to stay at Hillcrest Homes, which is public housing for disabled people.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Lebanon-Wilson County Chamber of Commerce announces three ribbon cuttings
Gary Poling and his staff cut the ribbon on Pro Equities along with Lebanon-Wilson Chamber of Commerce ambassadors and board of directors.
BankTennessee announces new manager at Lebanon office
Gary Morse recently joined BankTennessee as branch manager for the office in Lebanon, announced Tom Paschal, BankTennessee Middle Tennessee president.
Wilson County Sheriff's Reports and Most Wanted for March 6
Jameelus Antwion Steverson, 24, of Lebanon, was charged with domestic assault and two counts of violation of conditional release alcohol.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Wilson County Commission fills vacant seat
County commissioners appointed Dan Walker to fill the District 3 seat left vacant by the death last month of Commissioner Fred Weston.
The scoop on community kitchens
The Mesa Komal kitchen is bustling. Javaneh Hemmat of Hummus Chick types away at her laptop as Brittney Blackshear of food truck Crepe A Diem chops onions and Carlos Davis of Riffs Catering throws peppers on the grill.
Letter to the Editor: Apathy doesn't help city progress
For many years I have been disappointed with the indifference or apathy within the local community.
St. Frances Cabrini Catholic Church needs new sanctuary
St. Frances Cabrini Catholic Church in Lebanon has an expansion project planned to meet the needs of its growing membership.
Lebanon Wilson Chamber chief Sue Vanatta to step down
A nine-member search committee will hire a new director to lead the Lebanon Wilson County Chamber of Commerce with the impending retirement of Sue Vanatta at the end of the year.
Wilson goodies: Plan ahead for prom
As prom season approaches, it's important to plan ahead. Finding the perfect dress, and one to fit your budget, can take a little time.
Bill would bar city, county employees from holding office in that municipality
West Wilson Middle School Principal Wendell Marlowe thinks his 35 years as an educator in Wilson County Schools makes him a better county commissioner, a job he has held for 22 years.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Sales tax due for 2nd council vote
Councilors during their Feb. 18 meeting passed on first reading an ordinance to ask voters for a half-percent increase on the city's local option sales tax, raising the rate from 2.25 percent to 2.75 percent.
Lebanon police, attorneys have a ball at benefit for Bobby Harris
Law and order squared off Saturday in a matchup between Lebanon police officers and local attorneys to benefit Bobby Harris, who was diagnosed with brain cancer last year.