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1 hr ago | WBIR-TV Knoxville
Former Wilson County Sheriff Terry Ashe, right, the current executive director of the Tennessee Sheriffs' Association, and Knoxville Chief of Police David B. Rausch talk in the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing Tuesday, March 11, 2014.
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2 hrs ago | The Chronicle of Mt. Juliet
Jeff Dickson announces his campaign kickoff for the position of Wilson County Circuit Court Clerk in the August, 2014 election.
The National Weather Service issued a wind advisory for Wednesday from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. for Wilson County.
The Wilson County Board of Education had a full schedule Friday at its monthly meeting.
During his terms in office, Major said he has saved the county more than $4.5 million by bidding out the bank accounts and giving all Wilson County banks the opportunity to bid.
Before starting school, my child will: Read. Count to 50 or higher. Introduce 3D shapes.
Lebanon resident Derek Dodson filed separate ethics complaints last week with the Wilson County Ethics Committee against Wilson County Mayor Randall Hutto and 17 county commissioners.
United Way of Wilson County recently awarded the Tim Denny Memorial Volunteer Award to Colette Stoffel for her far-reaching work as communications chair for the organization.
I've heard that you don't want to see two things being made, sausage and legislation.
Editor's Note: The following is an ongoing column series that takes a look into Leadership Wilson's class of 2014, the best class ever, as it tours Wilson County and learns about all it has to offer.
Previously, he was an AVP financial analyst with Regions Bank. Emily Ziadeh has joined as a staff accountant.
With more than 36,000 votes cast, a winner has been named in Lebanon Publishing Company's first-ever cutest pets photo contest.
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."