Tornado sirens. Alarm clocks. Doorbells. Even her name.
Ed Kelly doesn’t mind at all the catchy moniker “The Singing Plumber” because it sums up his two careers quite well.
Families are excited and proud when one of their members becomes an Eagle Scout.
When Kaitlyn Stake was in the sixth grade, she took a military history class and found out something that reinforced her curiosity about military aviation.
The desire to have a job and spread love led one Lebanon teenager to create a hot dog business and be a “homie with the X-tra chromie.”
Track at Watkins Stadium nears finish line
Popular and long-time Wilson County balloon artist Anthony Lena spent a week at a hotel in Orlando, Fla., recently to help build a Balloon Wonderland as part of a fundraiser for Give Kids the World.
The Wilson County Black History Committee continued to highlight an historic team last Sunday through the 23rd annual Lebanon Clowns Negro League Baseball Team celebration.
Next Monday marks the 10th anniversary of the disappearance of David Reimens, a gifted stone mason, artist and Bohemian soul who made his home in a tree house between Watertown and Shop Springs.
Alexander to receive Chris Price Award -
The sand, sun, surf and pretty girls in bikinis were nice, admitted Chase Johnson one afternoon last week as he chatted from the beach in Panama City, but part of his mind was elsewhere:
Former Wilson Central, Trevecca golfer -
How did Chad Flatt wind up with a flourishing toys and collectibles shop in Watertown, a place where he has welcomed a number of celebrities from the entertainment and sports worlds?
In the fundraising race among GOP candidates for Tennessee’s 5th Congressional District, Nashville attorney and retired Brig. Gen. Kurt Winstead has narrowly outraised former House Speaker Beth Harwell as of the latest filings with the Federal Election Commission, bringing in more than $902,…
Zoe Vlk leaves UT track program -
Both Adam and Brandy Yates have a ton of experience in the food service industry and on a whim decided to open The Paper Mill restaurant in the city where they live.
Cumberland University hosted its Second Annual Camp Fame as Wilson County students in grades 6-12 participated in band, dance, art and theatre classes.
Let the sax thrill the air as the 2022 Watertown Jazz Fest fills the town’s square on Saturday, July 16 with a day of swaying, swinging and-old time jazz.
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The Lebanon City Council approved the lone bid for the construction of a sports complex near Highway 231 during its regular meeting last Tuesday night.
"This season has about broke me"
Tickets are now on sale for the Wilson County Fair – Tennessee State Fair to be held Aug. 18-27 in Lebanon.
Lebanon Special School District Superintendent Scott Benson plans to enjoy his last two days in that position with his retirement set for June 30.