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Found in the middle of Tennessee in Wilson County, Lebanon is just about 25 miles from downtown Nashville. Cumberland University and the Nashville Superspeedway are two of the attractions in or near Lebanon. With jus tover 20,000 residents in the city, Lebanon is just north of Interstate 40, which is the major highway between Knoxville and Nashville. In a reference to all of the cedar trees growing in the area, the locals call Lebanon, "Cedar City."

Population: 20235
Local Newspapers: Lebanon Democrat
Local Sports Teams: Nashville Superspeedway
Local Colleges: Cumberland University

Zip Codes associated with lebanon, tennessee: 37087 37088 37090
Towns/Cities near lebanon, tennessee : Gallatin Mt Juliet Carthage

Lebanon News
Smaller classes lure prospective students to MTSU Honors College

Adviser Tamika Mitchell, right, provides information about the MTSU University College for undecided and undeclared students to Sophia Jaeger, 18, a homeschooled student with Homelife Academy, and her mother, Kathleen Jaeger, Feb. 19 during the Honors College Presidents Day Open House in the Student Union. Alyssa Puff graduated in December from Hazel Green High School in Huntsville, Alabama.

Lebanon police officers, firefighters and Wilson County Emergency...

A Lebanon police volunteer helped Lebanon firefighters and Wilson County Emergency Management Agency responders rescue three homeless people from rising water caused by significant rain Saturday afternoon. According to Lebanon police Sgt.

Jason Andrew Witherspoon, of Lebanon

Jason Andrew Witherspoon, of Lebanon, bought 11 head of cattle Jan. 31 at the Kentucky-Tennessee Livestock Market in Guthrie, Kentucky. He then drove to the Dickson Regional Livestock Center in Dickson, where he sold the cattle to the sale manager for $7,200.

Bernie Ash

The Wilson County Joint Economic and Community Development Board leadership met with the Lebanon City Council on Thursday to discuss how the group could help the city's business efforts. The joint meeting was part of an effort by the Wilson County Joint Economic and Community Development Board to gauge the effectiveness and desired future focus of the group from Wilson County cities.

The failing couples of Facebook

Fiat Chrysler is recalling about 229,000 Ram trucks, mostly in North America, because they can be shifted out of park without a key in the ignition or a foot on the brake. The "I Let Her Lie" hitmaker, 46, died suddenly on Monday morning from an apparent blood clot at his home in Lebanon, Tennessee, leaving behind his wife, Holly, and their four young children.

Proceeds from Daryle Singletarya s new song to benefit grieving family

Tragic country star Daryle Singletary is set for a posthumous return to the charts with the release of a new song to benefit his grieving family. Tragic country star Daryle Singletary is set for a posthumous return to the charts with the release of a new song to benefit his grieving family.

Wilson County Sheriff's Office

Wilson County sheriff's deputies investigated graffiti found in the boy's bathroom Thursday at Lebanon High School that reportedly threatened gun violence. According to Wilson County sheriff's Lt.

Lebanon Police Department evacuated due to gas leakThe Lebanon Police ...

According to Lebanon police Sgt. P.J. Hardy, all communications operations were transferred to the department's Emergency Services Unit facility on Sparta Pike.

Lebanon police seized drugs and paraphernalia after a search of a home.

Lebanon police Officer Cody Bryan seized drugs and drug paraphernalia in a search at a home on Caruthers Avenue on Tuesday night while looking for Lori Kies, 49, of Lebanon. According to Lebanon police Sgt.

Work at Cedars of Lebanon garners award

From left: Tennessee State Parks Director of Operations Mike Robertson, TDEC Commissioner Bob Martineau, Wayne Ingram, Brock Hill, Tennessee State Parks Area Manager Christopher Padgett. From left: Tennessee State Parks Director of Operations Mike Robertson, TDEC Commissioner Bob Martineau, Wayne Ingram, Brock Hill, Tennessee State Parks Area Manager Christopher Padgett.

Students earn Open Doors Awards in JanuaryThe Open Doors Award...

The Open Doors Award program's goal is to highlight young leaders in Lebanon and Mt. Juliet.

Dates set for county schools community meetingsDates are set for a...

Dates are set for a pair of Wilson County Schools community meetings originally set for this week to discuss potential rezoning options for Mt. Juliet-area middle schools and the latest on a future Mt.

City continues to add railroad quiet zones Lebanon officials...

Federal law requires train engineers to sound their horns whenever they approach road crossings, but it also allows municipalities to implement "quiet zones" in which train engineers do not sound their horns. Lebanon currently has quiet zones on Horn Springs Road and Old Horn Springs Road, which were among the first in the state.

Lebanon schools begin new school planning The Lebanon Special School...

The Lebanon Special School District Board of Education officially kicked off the planning process for a new school Monday during its monthly board meeting. The group approved a request for proposals for a construction manager for future new school construction and possible renovations at Byars Dowdy Elementary School.

Death Notices for Feb. 15, 2018Sean Michael Daniels, Martha Mae...

A celebration of life will be Saturday at 3 p.m. at Sellars Funeral Home at Mt. Juliet.

Wilson County emergency agencies honor fallen Lawrenceburg...

Wilson County emergency crews took to social media to honor firefighter Jason Dickey with the Lawrenceburg Fire Department, who died early Tuesday morning fighting a house fire in Lawrenceburg. Dickey was reportedly inside the house when it collapsed.

Council eyes employee pay The Lebanon City Council work session...

The Lebanon City Council work session mirrored sessions two years ago as a familiar name returned to discuss the city's employee pay. Steve Thompson, of Burris, Thompson & Associates, joined the group, along with Lebanon Human Resources Director Sylvia Reichle, to discuss the city's employee pay as it compares to the job market and competitive cities.

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