A Marion County facility that produces suspension systems and components for heavy-duty vehicles is preparing for an expansion. 

Gov. Steve Beshear’s office announced Tuesday Hendrickson would be adding 60 new jobs as part of a $12 million expansion. 

The facility in Lebanon currently employs more than 120 people and opened in 1998. Hendrickson also has locations in Elizabethtown and Somerset.

A Lebanon man charged with murder in the package-bomb deaths of his in-laws has an Oct. 28 trial date.

Wilson County Circuit Court Judge John Wootten set the date during a Tuesday hearing. Wootten said he wanted to set an early date because Richard Parker is awaiting the trial in jail, unable to make his $1 million bond.

Parker is the son-in-law of Jon and Marion Setzer, and he lived directly behind them in rural Wilson County.
A package bomb exploded at the Setzers' house on Feb. 10, killing 74-year-old Jon Setzer, a retired lawyer. Seventy-two-year-old Marion Setzer later died at a Nashville hospital from her injuries.

Parker's pastor, Kevin Ulmet, has said that before Parker's arrest, he sat for hours at Marion Setzer's bedside, along with her children.