9:00 AM Mar 8, 2014
Lebanon Housing Authority Bill Durham’s departure from the board of directors should serve as a warning to anyone who seeks to break the rules even with the most honorable of intentions.
9:00 AM Feb 27, 2014
New earth was uncovered beginning last week on the planned Wilson County Veterans Park, and it’s certainly a welcome sight to see.
9:00 AM Feb 25, 2014
For most, just showing up for work simply doesn’t cut it. But that’s what happened a week ago when Ward 2 Councilor Fred Burton decided not to vote on the proposed Cumberland Center Development District during the Lebanon City Council’s most recent regular meeting.
9:00 AM Feb 20, 2014
We hear from time to time about advocates working on behalf of children – those who do not have the means or the capacity otherwise to defend or support themselves on their own. There are quite a few entities that serve that purpose.
9:00 AM Feb 14, 2014
Thumbs up to Novamet Specialty Products for its decision to relocate its headquarters in the former Toshiba plant in Lebanon.
9:00 AM Feb 12, 2014
An elderly man was killed and another person remained in critical condition Tuesday after a package exploded at a home just outside the Lebanon city limits Monday night.
9:00 AM Feb 5, 2014
Tennessee’s General Session, made up of lawmakers across the state, tend to lean more toward smaller government and less federal insight into solving problems through legislation.
9:00 AM Feb 4, 2014
Twice last week and five times in the last six months, the words “meth lab” and “motel” made headlines in Lebanon.
9:00 AM Jan 30, 2014
Lebanon’s own Lawrence McKinney is a man anyone could take a lesson from when it comes to patience.
6:15 PM Jan 29, 2014
The Lebanon Democrat wants your help. We enjoy having the chance to share your stories, news and accomplishments with our thousands of readers. One of our goals has always been to provide you a forum too, where you not only can read the news, but also be a contributor.
9:00 AM Jan 28, 2014
The Wilson County Board of Education faced criticism from every direction regarding how they handled the situation with former Director of Schools Tim Setterlund. Regardless of opinions, the situation played out with the director receiving a sizeable payment for his departure. In addition to the costs, the board finds itself looking for a new leader.
10:00 AM Jan 26, 2014
Thumbs up to the 200 people who braved the cold last Saturday to participate in the second Wilson County Commemorative Unity March that paid homage to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and his legacy.