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37 min ago | Lebanon Democrat
"I chose the name 'Aprima' because it comes from the Latin word which means 'of first importance' or 'above all else,'" Altman said.
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4 hrs ago | Lebanon Democrat
Southeast Impressions has been serving Lebanon for 17 years. The screen printing company that serves Wilson and several surrounding counties, is owned by Janyce and Terry Spurlock.
12 hrs ago | Lebanon Democrat
Tareko Marquis Butler, 34, of Lebanon, was charged with two counts of domestic assault, resisting arrest, two counts of assault, disorderly conduct and public drunkenness.
"Besides working with a trainer in small groups and having full access during the month to Sports Village Fitness, the best part is that is affordable to everyone at only $49," said Peggy Keel owner of Sports Village.
Local attorney, Shelley Thompson Gardner, would like to announce her intention to seek election as Judge for Wilson County's General Sessions Court Division II.
Lebanon police arrested a man early Tuesday morning after he drove his car into a home on South Maple Street.
Wayne McMackin relocated to Lebanon in 2007. Looking for a fresh start from the western side of the state, he soon discovered that getting a job was difficult without a high school diploma or certificate.
A local child struggling with a rare disease hopes for a life-changing moment in a contest to win a wheelchair accessible van.
The committee approved a budget amendment regarding replacing a totaled bus and covering start-up expenses for the new Watertown Middle School.
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"Law and order exist for the purpose of establishing justice and when they fail in this purpose they become the dangerously structured dams that block the flow of social progress."
Community Holy Week services will be Monday through Friday at noon at Cumberland Presbyterian Church at 522 Castle Heights Ave. in Lebanon.
Stations through the Square will be an event of meditating through the 14 Stations of the Cross, but walking and stopping at different places to remember each station.
Two of Wilson County's top law enforcement officers said Thursday they have significant concerns about a bill that passed the state Senate that would allow citizens to openly carry a gun without a permit.