The long anticipated Eastern Connector road project is near completion with a ribbon cutting planned to celebrate Mt. Juliet's alternate route from I-40 to Lebanon Road. With state and local officials on hand, the road celebration is planned to take place July 24 at 10 a.m. near the bridge at East Division Street and Golden Bear Gateway. The $13.8 million project has been on the drawing board for years and was finally fast-tracked in part because of a national company's new presence in Mt.
School and community leaders, along with well-wishers attended a ribbon cutting and open house at Wilson County's newest, and tenth elementary school Sunday. It opened just in time for school start Aug. 1. Director of Schools Dr. Donna Wright welcomed guests to the special celebration at the new school located on Central Pike in West Wilson. The school was built to relieve crowding at Elzie Patton and Stoner Creek elementary schools in Mt. Juliet.
In a surprise post on their active Facebook page, popular, upscale Mt. Juliet restaurant Woodfire Grill announced they were closed, effective immediately early Monday morning. Open just a year on North Mt. Juliet Road, they had over 4,280 "likes" on Facebook. A huge "CLOSED" sign has been hung under their logo in front of the restaurant. "We want to thank all of our staff and Woodfire Family for servicing the Mount Juliet community for the last year," the short post starts.
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