11:00 AM Apr 23, 2015
Lebanon High School’s drama department begins its spring production Thursday, with the opening performance of “Little Shop of Horrors.”
8:00 AM Apr 23, 2015
Photo courtesy of Amiee Stubbs • Animal Rescue Corps
Thursday, dogs rescued in two different cruelty cases in Tennessee last week begin to leave the Animal Rescue Corps’ temporary shelter in Lebanon.
9:30 PM Apr 22, 2015
Historic Lebanon announced its annual “Friends of Historic Lebanon” membership dinner will be May 5 at 6:30 p.m. at First Presbyterian Church in Lebanon.
9:00 PM Apr 22, 2015
Leaders from the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation will hold a public hearing Thursday at Cedars of Lebanon State Park to gather public input and discuss the current business and management plan for the park.
5:00 PM Apr 22, 2015
She baked cupcakes for the folks at Quality Care
2:00 PM Apr 22, 2015
Carthage Highway neighbors speak for, against property zoning change
9:00 AM Apr 22, 2015
Scott Bowen
Former Lebanon police chief to plead case in Wilson County chancery court
8:00 PM Apr 21, 2015
Adam Manning has achieved the Boy Scouts' highest rank of Eagle Scout.
7:30 PM Apr 21, 2015
Lebanon High School Culinary Arts students recently held the school’s version of ‘Cupcake Wars.’
6:30 PM Apr 21, 2015
Lebanon High students beat out Wilson Central students in a pasta competition held recently at Lebanon High School.
5:30 PM Apr 21, 2015
Sam Houston Elementary School principal’s list and honor roll
4:30 PM Apr 21, 2015
Castle Heights Elementary School principal’s list and honor roll
2:00 PM Apr 21, 2015
LoJac and its subsidiary companies recently announced the appointment of new executive officers.
1:00 PM Apr 21, 2015
The Tennessee Career Center at Lebanon plans to move soon to a new office.
9:00 AM Apr 21, 2015
Officers seek electronic system of writing, filing traffic tickets
8:00 AM Apr 21, 2015
(Xavier Smith • Lebanon Democrat) Jim Dunn addresses city officials and those gathered during Monday’s public meeting to discuss changes to the city’s pet regulations. Dunn said he, like others, were confused about the changes and how they came about. More than 50 citizens attended Monday’s meeting.
City leaders seek to clarify inaccurate information