The U.S. Department of Justice and Federal Bureau of Investigations recognized Lebanon police Capt. Koy Lafferty and Detective Eric Brockman on Tuesday for their work in a multi-state methamphetamine trafficking conspiracy case.
Members of the Empower Me Center Day Dreamers delivered cookies and brownies Tuesday to the Lebanon Police Department and the Wilson County Sheriff’s Office.
Corey Sanders, a personal trainer at Sports Village in Lebanon and motivational speaker, spoke at the Lebanon Noon Rotary Club on Tuesday at its weekly meeting.
The Mt. Juliet City Commission discussed two items related to transportation at its meeting Monday night.
Ramiro Limon Camacho, 28, a Mexican national, pleaded guilty Monday in Wilson County criminal court to four counts of attempted aggravated sexual battery.
The trial date for a Lebanon man charged with first-degree murder was moved to the week of April 30, because defense attorneys continue to wait on final reports from an expert in the case.
Lebanon firefighters fought a house fire Monday just before 8:15 a.m. at 232 Pennsylvania Ave.
Authorities closed Hartsville Pike on Monday morning after a one-car rollover wreck left a woman trapped inside her car.
Cumberland University will accept applications through April 2 from Tennessee rising high school juniors and seniors for the second annual Summer Leadership Institute that will be held June 18-21.
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.