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3 hrs ago | Lebanon Democrat
WEMA Director Joey Cooper said officials received the call at 10:11 p.m. that a passerby saw flames coming out of the front part of the building at The Pallet Co.
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4 hrs ago | Lebanon Democrat
The Lebanon iconic Snow White Drive-In is still waiting to find out more about its future as the property on which the restaurant sits may soon be sold.
8 hrs ago | The Tennessean
Wendell Marlowe is convinced his vocation has made him a better county commissioner for the past 22 years.
Before starting school, my child will: Read. Count to 50 or higher. Introduce 3D shapes.
Three people were arrested on drug charges Tuesday after the Lebanon Police Department discovered its fifth methamphetamine lab so far this year.
While watching the news the other night, our illustrious mayor was interviewed about the proposed sales tax increase.
A Lebanon woman and president of City Limits Cafe in Lebanon pleaded guilty Monday to sales tax evasion in Wilson County circuit court.
Lebanon resident Derek Dodson filed separate ethics complaints last week with the Wilson County Ethics Committee against Wilson County Mayor Randall Hutto and 17 county commissioners.
A Tennessee man was to appear in court Tuesday on charges of kidnapping and murdering 20-year-old nursing student Holly Bobo, an indictment that came almost three years after her highly publicized disappearance.
The fire broke out just after 10 p.m. at the Pallet Co. at 1818 Sparta Pike about one mile north of Interstate 40 in Lebanon.
Richard Dominique Thompson, 24, of Mt. Juliet, was charged with driving under the influence, driving on a revoked license and violation of implied consent law.
With more than 36,000 votes cast, a winner has been named in Lebanon Publishing Company's first-ever cutest pets photo contest.
LEBANON, Tenn. - One area in Wilson County has said goodbye to the loud horn as trains pass railroad crossings in their area after the sections were deemed to be a "Quiet Zone."
Each $5 donation to Wilson Habitat for Humanity buys one Brooks Buck and entitles the bearer to apply $7.50 toward one meal - lunch or dinner - at Demos' Restaurant in Lebanon.