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Spring is less then two weeks away, meaning consistently warmer temperatures are likely not far behind.
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."
After taking part in an area-wide penny drive over the past few months, Wilson Bank & Trust recently presented Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee with a contribution exceeding $7,000.
Gary Poling and his staff cut the ribbon on Pro Equities along with Lebanon-Wilson Chamber of Commerce ambassadors and board of directors.
Jameelus Antwion Steverson, 24, of Lebanon, was charged with domestic assault and two counts of violation of conditional release alcohol.
For many years I have been disappointed with the indifference or apathy within the local community.
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.
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.
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.
"I was voted twice to represent the 21st District until I had to resign because I married and moved into another district," Brown said.
The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee, a charitable organization connecting generosity with need in 40 Middle Tennessee counties, announced its annual scholarship application process and invites students to apply by March 15 at 4:30 p.m. at cfmt.org.
Steady rain followed by a cold front left some ice accumulation on roadways across Wilson County overnight Sunday and had emergency crews busy responding to hazardous road conditions early Monday morning.
The advisory will go into effect Sunday at 9 p.m. and remain in effect until Monday at 6 a.m. Forecasters said significant ice accumulations are expected over parts of Middle Tennessee late Sunday afternoon and Sunday night.