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Manufacturer Dyke Industries to move into a 100,000-square-foot Wilson County warehouse now under construction.

By Angie Mayes -
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To help advanced heart-failure patients and their families, the Joe Beretta Foundation, a nonprofit in Mt. Juliet, plans to build a 10-bedroom home known as Papa Joe’s House
The building will be a place for patients and their families to stay long-term while the patient receives the treatment they need in Nashville hospitals, such as Centennial, Saint Thomas and Vanderbilt…

By Bonnie Bucy -
Nearly 500 guests dressed in fabulous attire filled the halls of Cumberland University Saturday evening for the 36th Phoenix Ball 2019, an annual fundraiser for the university’s scholarship program
The evening began at 5:30 p.m. with the attendees arriving to leave their cars with valet parking and then proceed under tented sidewalks to check in, receiving their auction and table numbers. Each…

By Staff Reports -
June 2, 2019
The most famous love story in the English language is not just a love story – it’s also a tale of young people attempting to repair the damaged world their parents have offered them and chart a new way forward
Romeo & Juliet will open Friday at Encore Theatre Co. in Mt Juliet. Directed by Erica Jo Lloyd, the show will run weekends through June 16. Friday and Saturday shows will start at 7:30 p.m., and…

By Angie Mayes -
June 2, 2019
Credit: Angie Mayes • Lebanon Democrat Wilson County Board of Education members Mike Gwaltney (left) and Bill Robinson talk Thursday night before the board’s work session
The Wilson County Board of Education met in its May work session Thursday night and discussed a number of items on the agenda, which it will vote on during its regular monthly meeting Monday.
Among the items will be the final approval of a number of policies.
The policies include…

By Matt Masters -
Fire destroyed a home Thursday afternoon on Brookview Court near Mt. Juliet
Wilson Emergency Management Agency firefighters went to the house fire at 305 Brookview Court. When firefighters arrived, they saw flames coming through the roof of the single-story home and attached garage. The person who reported the fire to 911 said the fire started in the garage and heard explosions.
Witnesses at the scene said that the fire was made worse by the home’s gas line which fueled…

Congress extended the National Flood Insurance Program through June 14, preventing the federal initiative from expiring on Saturday.