The 29th annual spring Watertown Mile-Long Yard Sale, sponsored by the Watertown County Chamber of Commerce, will start early Saturday with vendors ready to go at 7 a.m.
Locals dressed in a variety of costumes – many inspired by children’s books – filled the Expo Center for the 13th annual Wilson Books from Birth Imagination Dinner on Thursday evening.
Fiddlers Grove Historical Village held its 27th seasonal opening Tuesday at 10 a.m. at the Veterans Building in Fiddlers Grove.
The Hungry for Heroes and Walk Across Wilson event originally set for Saturday is rescheduled to April 7 at 9 a.m. due to the threat of inclement weather.
Molly Mae Rothe is 14 years old and has lived in Wilson County all her life; she’s also the face of this year’s Nashville Fashion Week.
Wilson County residents dressed in green made their way to the Lebanon-Wilson County Chamber of Commerce on Friday for the group’s annual St. Patrick’s Day Open House.
The James E. Ward Agricultural will play host to the Saint Patty Pygmy Party on Saturday, featuring pygmy goats from all over the country.
The transformation of the former Reba McEntire estate on State Route 109 into an event venue is complete, and it’s available for guests.
Retired Col. Jim Henderson started the Tennessee Maneuvers World War II Museum in 1991 at Cumberland University.
Mardi Gras at the Capitol will raise money to benefit Sherry’s Run on Friday at 6:30 p.m. at the Capitol Theatre in Lebanon.
About 900 people attended the fairs merit awards recognition dinner program during the 96th annual Convention of the Tennessee Association of Fairs on Jan. 18-21 in Nashville.
The second-annual Batch & Bushel Showcase at the Wilson County Expo Center had hundreds of visitors Friday and Saturday as sponsors encouraged Wilson County residents to shop locally.
The Batch & Bushel showcase opened Friday at the Wilson County Expo Center and vendors from all over Wilson County brought their products for visitors to see.
The Hermitage mansion’s hours of operation will be affected as it undergoes renovations to install a new state-of-the-art fire suppression system.
Nearly 63 years ago, he first came to Wilson County all the way from Germany on the Polar Express.