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A Mt. Juliet couple is hopeful that a video will help find the driver responsible for damaging their vehicle in a hit-and-run accident that occurred in a parking lot.
WGNS' Bryan Barrett talks with Blackman Lady Blaze head coach Chad Hibdon after their 55-46 win over Mt.
After a short pursuit, Mt. Juliet police threw down spike strips to stop a man they said was driving "under the influence" the wrong way on Belinda Parkway Tuesday night.
It didn't take Mt. Juliet long to assert its interior advantage Wednesday against Jefferson County.
We have more news on the death of a man who was under his vehicle when a jack gave way causing the car to fall on him.
Local police are on the lookout for a suspect they say is using a young boy to help him steal items from the Walmart in Mt.
County commissioners appointed Dan Walker to fill the District 3 seat left vacant by the death last month of Commissioner Fred Weston.
The home has new carpet and fresh paint. The kitchen features hardwood floors and stainless appliances.
Mt. Juliet could come into some extra cash this year if a local car dealer goes ahead with plans to buy 8 acres of city property for a new car dealership.
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.
Property owner Larry Kent has tried to get the city of Mt. Juliet to do something to protect the wall, but a conclusion has not yet been reached.
Students at Elzie Patton, Rutland, Mt. Juliet Elementary, Lakeview and Gladeville who attend the Wilson County Kids Club will get training from Diamond Skills Training at no charge to the parents.
After ongoing discussions about what should come first, the Dickson County School Board voted Thursday to put a price tag on their top five school priorities to bring to the Dickson County Commission for review next month.
Editor's Note: The following are suspects booked into the Wilson County Jail during the specified time frame.
Criminal Court Judge Seth Norman preaches the truth to his lost flock every week in Nashville, evangelizing with a style that recalls a little of the Old Testament and a little of the New: Do right and you will be praised.