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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
Dorris C. ParkerThe funeral service for Mr. Parker, conducted by...

The funeral service for Mr. Parker, conducted by Pastor Scott Gillon, is Wednesday, Dec. 13, 2017 at 2 p.m. in the chapel of Sellars Funeral Home in Lebanon. The family will be receiving friends Wednesday from noon until the service.

My Place opens in LebanonMy Place Hotels of America announced...

The new four-story, 63-room hotel marks the brand's 36th location. The hotel is at 1004 Cumberland Center Blvd. off Interstate 40's exit 238, a gateway to Nashville with immediate access to diverse dining and retail options.

State tourist development Commissioner Kevin Triplett spoke Thursday...

State tourist development Commissioner Kevin Triplett spoke Thursday at Fiddler's Grove about the proposed Tennessee Music Pathway that could bring more tourism to every county in Tennessee. "A lot of states out there have a rich history in music," said Triplett.

Lebanon girls defeat CentralLebanon's girls defeated visiting Wilson...

Lilly Hibdon hit four three-pointers in leading Lebanon with 12 points while Anne Marie Heidebreicht had 10. Akiraona Steverson added eight points while Landry Dixon and Rebecca Brown each finished with five, Jakeshia James four and Avery Harris two.

Lebanon all-region

John Greer Jr. and Lebanon football coach Chuck Gentry present T-shirts and certificates to Blue Devil players Tobi Adewale, Preston Parks, Kemon Neuble and Chandler Crite for being named to the All-Region 4-6A team. John Greer Jr. and Watertown football coach Gavin Webster present certificates to All-Region 4-2A selections Brandon Allison Isaac Hopper, Elijah Maklar, Logan Knapp, Heath Price, Gene Wynne, Josh Tate, Jensen White, Nathaniel Gutierrez and Bryce Webster.

Lebanon boys beat Wilson CentralLebanon's boys beat visiting Wilson...

The Blue Devils led 19-8 following the first quarter, 23-16 at halftime and 49-24 through three periods. Luka Saller scored 16 points and Will Seats 12 for Lebanon.

Police search for man accused of firing shot outside Lebanon convenience store

The Predators said they believe Mayor Megan Barry's transit plan is the kind of bold investment the city needs The Vols have named Jeremy Pruitt as the 26th head coach in Tennessee football history. Pruitt comes from the University of Alabama, where h LEBANON, Tenn.

Economic group talks old, new projects The Wilson County Joint...

The Wilson County Joint Economic and Community Development Board executive board discussed existing and new projects Thursday during its monthly meeting. G.C. Hixson, executive director of Wilson County Joint Economic and Community Development Board, led the discussion on the projects, which included Project Instrument.

Southside Elementary will hold a ribbon cutting showcasing its new renovation Sunday at 2 p.m.

Southside Elementary School will hold a ribbon cutting for its new renovations Sunday at 2 p.m. at the school at 1224 Murfreesboro Road in Lebanon. The school converted the elementary gym into five new classrooms, including an art studio, a prekindergarten classroom and three other typical classrooms.

Pittman pours in 50 as FCS beat MJCAOldham hits seven straight 3s to lift Lebanon Today at

Mt. Juliet Christian's girls led through the first quarter Tuesday. But the Lady Saints couldn't stop Ashlyn Pittman, whose 50 points lifted Friendship Christian to a 71-45 win.

Open house set for entrepreneur centerLebanon officials announced...

Lebanon officials announced plans are set for a ribbon cutting ceremony and open house for the Cumberland Ignite Lab, the city's latest entrepreneur center. Historic Lebanon executive director Kim Parks and Historic Lebanon board chairman Nathan Harris discussed the future entrepreneur center earlier this year.

Susan Bowman, of Lebanon, talked to the Lebanon noon rotary club...

Susan Bowman told the Lebanon Noon Rotary Club that she used to have what she called the perfect "fairytale life." In July 2005, Bowman picked her children up from school, and her biggest concern was that she didn't want to take them to McDonald's for the third day in a row.

breaking Lebanon man charged in Hobbs Avenue shooting

Lebanon investigators interviewed Oldham on Sunday at Tennova Healthcare-Lebanon, where he was a patient after he was shot in the upper body on Hobbs Avenue in Lebanon. Paramedics later took Oldham to a Nashville area hospital for surgery.

Kynard's 26 leads Lebanon boysHENDERSONVILLE - Lebanon's boys rolled...

Forward Jamar Kynard led the Blue Devils with 26 points, including four three-pointers. Shooting guard Ty Bailey bagged a pair of threes on his way to 10 as Lebanon led 17-8 following the first quarter 37-16 at halftime and 57-28 through three periods.

Special election early voting passes 600 last weekendMore than 600...

More than 600 Wilson County residents cast their vote through the weekend for the early election for the Senate District 17 special general election in Lebanon and Mt. Juliet.

Mt. Juliet coach temporarily steps asideAllen turns Golden Bear reins ...

Mt. Juliet High boys' basketball coach Troy Allen is stepping aside from his coaching duties temporarily to deal with a health issue. Allen notified principal Mel Brown by email Friday of his decision.

Lebanon rolls past Station Camp in finalesLebanon closed its regular...

Lebanon closed its regular season Thursday as the boys beat Station Camp 23-4 and the girls prevailed 26-1 at Pro Bowl West. Tyler Moore rolled high games of 234, 212 and 210 for the Blue Devils while Ethan Smiley bowled a 216 and 248, Hunter Fugate 199 and Logan Beadle 195 as Lebanon improved to 15-1.

The Lebanon Police seek the public's help identifying a suspect who...

Lebanon police detectives seek the public's assistance to identify a suspect who used multiple stolen credit cards at Boost Mobile on West Main Street.

Lebanon sweeps Mt. JulietMT. JULIET - Lebanon's junior-varsity girls...

Lebanon's junior-varsity girls improved to 3-0 with a 55-23 win over Mt. Juliet on Thursday night.

Bowen placed on administrative leave after written order reinstates...

Lebanon police Chief Scott Bowen was placed on administrative leave hours after Wilson County Chancellor C.K. Smith's written order reinstated him to the position Thursday morning. The written order was the result of a chancery hearing Nov. 20 in which Smith ruled the city had wrongfully fired Bowen and reinstated him to his position with back pay.

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