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35 min ago | Lebanon Democrat
Phi Kappa Phi has awarded a $1,000 study-abroad grant to Samuel Kane Hulsey, a junior majoring in Spanish and global studies.
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4 hrs ago | Lebanon Democrat
In partnership with the Wilson County Fair, the Regional Transportation Authority of Middle Tennessee will operate a special Music City Star excursion train to the Wilson County Fair on Aug. 16 and Aug. 23. Two trains will operate both Saturdays, and an allotment of 400 tickets will be available to the general public for each trip each week.
4 hrs ago | WTOP-FM Washington
To celebrate its 35th anniversary, a locally based restaurant with a location at Bethesda Row will offer 1979 menu prices for two days in August.
9 hrs ago | Lebanon Democrat
Editor's Note: The following are suspects booked into the Wilson County Jail during the specified time frame.
Helen J. Parrish, 56, was traveling on Eastover Road when her 2005 Chevy Impala left the roadway, hitting several objects before coming to a rest in Old Mill Creek.
A deputy in Hopkins County, Ky. charged a Lebanon man with driving under the influence and discovered a badge reported missing by Metro Nashville police.
Jay Robinson said he moved from Florida to Lebanon when he was 10 years old and that he was been doing Christian music for almost three years.
Representatives from many other cities in the program came to the city to view some of the many popular venues and to discuss projects each Main Street Program has initiated.
Last week the members of the Kiwanis Clubs of Lebanon and Mt. Juliet announced that plans are underway for the 16th annual observance of "A Day of Prayer for Our Schools" throughout Wilson County on Sunday, Aug. 3. Last week the members of the Kiwanis Clubs of Lebanon and Mt.
As he floated between the rows of educators inside MTSU's College of Education Building, literacy trainer Ron Yoshimoto drew lots of laughter but also equal amounts of attention from a group of Tennessee teachers eager to help their struggling students with reading.
Beavers seeks her third term in the state Senate. She is a former paralegal and court reporter for 16 years and securities advisor for seven years.
A Lebanon premier garden center will soon change locations, but plans to stay true to its name in the process.
June 2009, Lebanon's city leaders sat in council chambers trying to figure out how to slash more than $1.5 million from the city's budget.
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Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 09:12 pm
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