2:00 PM Aug 6, 2015
Lebanon Fire Chief Chris Dowell, Mayor Philip Craighead, Public Works Commissioner Jeff Baines and Economic Development Director Helene Singer Cash head the city’s chat with citizens Wednesday at the Lebanon-Wilson County Chamber of Commerce.
A few city department heads joined citizens at the Lebanon-Wilson County Chamber of Commerce office Wednesday for the latest City Chat held the first Wednesday of each month.
Aug 5, 2015 (All day)
Members of the family of the late Bobby Jewell comfort his widow, Sammie, during a standing ovation following the reading of a proclamation for the former mayor by Councilor Kathy Warmath. The council honored Jewell, who died earlier this year, Tuesday during its regular meeting.
The Lebanon City Council honored former mayor and councilor Bobby Jewell during its meeting Tuesday and several members shared words about the beloved community member.
5:00 PM Aug 4, 2015
The Lebanon City Council will honor a former member and leader of the body during its meeting Tuesday at 6 p.m. at Town Hall.
4:00 PM Aug 4, 2015
Saturday afternoon, my wife and I retreated to our courtyard with appetizers and cocktails.
9:00 AM Aug 4, 2015
A Lebanon man was charged with criminal homicide after he apparently shot his son multiple times and killed him Saturday night at Timberline Campground, according to police.
9:00 AM Jul 31, 2015
Workers guide the hoisted Cedar City Trail Phase 5 bridge to the ground after its deliverance to the trail site Thursday afternoon. The bridge will be installed after further prep is completed.
A key component for the fifth phase of the Cedar City Trail arrived to the site Thursday, but will not be installed for the moment.
1:00 PM Jul 29, 2015
A crash Thursday afternoon resulted in a Lebanon man being taken to the hospital after being hit by another vehicle.
9:00 AM Jul 29, 2015
Church will help supply kids Saturday
6:00 PM Jul 28, 2015
Registration is open for the 12th annual Sherry’s Run upcoming in September in Lebanon.
4:00 PM Jul 28, 2015
One of my goals is to capture my music in digital format for my daughters and grandson. It turns out to be a major task. I have a lot of music.
9:00 AM Jul 28, 2015
Jeff Gannon (left) talks with Harry “Hammerhead” Harris Jr. Sunday at the Lebanon Clowns tribute.
Two remaining living members of city’s Negro League team recognized
8:00 AM Jul 25, 2015
By Lacey Kanipe Seigenthaler News Service MTSU In the spring of 1971, a Lebanon couple strolled through their newly purchased property and in the grass, beneath a tree, found a lost relic of another era.  Clyde and Joann Edwards were trying to decide where to build their home, when they came across a pair of WWII dog tags. Joann was the first to notice the tags lying on the ground; she pointed them out to her husband, and he went over to pick them up.  “The sun was shining and they just kind of sparkled,” s
Lost dog tags returned to rightful owner
8:00 AM Jul 24, 2015
Amos Shook’s  remains were found in his 1968 Pontiac Catalina that was pulled Tuesday from 30 feet of water in North Carolina. Shook’s daughter, Pam Kolbe, lives in Lebanon.
Lebanon woman’s father disappeared in 1972 in N.C.; his remains found Tuesday
6:00 PM Jul 23, 2015
Children learn basket-weaving skills at the first Kidz Camp in June at Fiddlers Grove. The last Kidz Camp will be Friday from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m.
Local children have one more chance to work with their hands and learn several artisan skills Friday at Kidz Camp.
12:00 PM Jul 23, 2015
Fourth section would run to Callis Road
11:00 AM Jul 23, 2015
The basketball court between the Lebanon Church of God and the Heads Home development of the Lebanon Housing Authority will soon be renovated and upgraded provided the Manhood Project can muster the funds to do it. The program has a GoFundMe page to try and raise $25,000.
Mentoring program has aspirations of renovating court
8:00 AM Jul 23, 2015
The Wilson County Balloon and Music Festival, originally scheduled for Labor Day weekend at the Lebanon Municipal Airport, has been moved to the spring, it was announced Wednesday.