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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
Photo courtesy of Facebook Lebanon police seek assistance to identify ...

The suspect, in addition to possibly two other suspects, recently broke into several vehicles on the west side of the city.

Jacob Smith - Lebanon Democrat Sally Ham Govan's art exhibit,...

A reception for a new art exhibit at Cumberland University was held Wednesday at 4:30 p.m. in the Heydel Fine Arts Building's Adams Gallery. Govan teaches graphic design, typography and 2D computer illustration as an adjunct instructor at Cumberland University.

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On Friday, Jeff Kimble, 55, of Hendersonville, was driving his motorcycle on Interstate 840 when another vehicle changed lanes in front of him because of a lane closure due to a vehicle fire. Kimble applied the brakes, causing the motorcycle to slide across the rumble strip on the highway where Kimble lost control of the motorcycle, which overturned in the median.

Back from break, Lebanon rolls past GallatinGALLATIN - Lebanon didn't ...

Lebanon didn't play any matches during fall break, but practicing may have made closer to perfect as the Blue Devils returned to action Monday with a 21-6 win over Gallatin at Holder Family Fun Center. Tyler Moore rolled high game scores of 229, 191 and 228 for the Blue Devils while Hunter Fugate finished with a 181, 203 and 203, Matthew Ham 216, Ethan Smiley 206 and Caleb Gregory 191 as Lebanon improved to 4-0 for the season.

Bullying focus of community meeting at Lebanon High School

Among the topics will be enhancing their platforms for speaking out on social issues, and the league's policy that suggests but does not man LEBANON, Tenn. - Bullying will be the main focus of a meeting Tuesday night for parents and school leaders at Lebanon High School.

Judge Rodney Victor Ahles

An estate sale for longtime Lebanon city judge Rodney V. Ahles will be held Friday and Saturday at the late judge's former home. Ahles, 82, served almost four decades as Lebanon's city judge and died from a stroke at his home in July 2013.

Dogs of all breeds descend upon Lebanon for AKC dog show

Nearly 840 dogs, their owners, groomers and handlers took part in the Tri-Star Kennel AKC Dog Show last weekend in Lebanon. Thomas Wright, chairman of the dog show, said the club has held 10 shows in all, but this was the first one in Lebanon, at the Wilson County Expo Center.

Name: Jordan Danzelle Stanton. Height: 5 feet, 8 inches. Weight: 170...

Editor's Note: The following are suspects booked into the Wilson County Jail during the specified time frame. All persons charged are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Lebanon woman gets license reinstated after court battleThe U.S....

The U.S. District Court judge issued a temporary restraining order last week that called for the reinstatement of the driver's licenses of Fred Robinson, of Murfreesboro, and Ashley Sprague, of Lebanon. On Oct. 5, Judge Altea Trauger ordered the Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security to reinstate Robinson and Sprague's licenses by Oct. 11 or as soon after as possible.

Silver Alert: Elderly man last seen near GladevilleOscar Lee Allen,...

Oscar Lee Allen, 78, was last seen driving a 2008 Blue Hyundai Santa Fe near Gladeville around noon Thursday. He was going to run some errands in Lebanon and Mt.

Christmasland operator Kenneth Bowen looks over one of the light...

Trousdale Ferry Pike will have a dimmer holiday season hue this year as Christmasland operators announced the popular light display would not return this season after a 21-year run in Lebanon. "It's just been a great 21 years to meet the people and see the smiles on their faces," said owner Kenneth Bowen.

911 Board to study office renovation for co-location The Wilson...

The Wilson County 911 Board formally put plans in motion for a potential renovation of its current facility on West Main Street for a co-location of county dispatch services. "I really have a belief that we could bring co-location into our existing facility I believe we will lose this board room in that process without making a multi-million dollar investment, at this point anyway, in a building and be good stewards of money we have," said board chairman David Hale.

Lebanon woman appears on - The Voice'Catch a The Voicea Mondays and...

Kohanski made it on to Miley Cirus' team during the blind audition portion of the show, for which she sang the song "The Chain". According to NBC's website, Kohanski was inspired by Miley Cirus growing up, and is on 'The Voice' to pursue her dream of singing after going to college with plans of becoming an English teacher.

Animal Rescue Corps volunteers help unload and care for nearly 200...

Animal Rescue Corps worked with Animal Rescue League and SXM Paws of Sint Maarten to rescue nearly 200 homeless animals from the Caribbean island and bring them to Lebanon after Hurricane Irma caused significant damage to 95 percent of the island's infrastructure. ARC coordinated the U.S.-based operations of the international rescue effort, dubbed Operation Saints to States, that began with receiving about 200 dogs and cats that arrived on a chartered flight to Miami International Airport.

Fiddlers Convention attracts young and old from across the south

The campus of Athens State University was filled with music lovers Saturday for the 51st annual Tennessee Valley Old Time Fiddlers Convention. Every year, the event draws folk and bluegrass musicians of all ages to Athens State for three days of music, food and laughter.

Wonders of Wilson County' book for sale at Wilson Bank &...

From interesting trivia to hidden gems, there are plenty of tidbits that even lifetime residents can learn about this neck of the woods in a new book by Ken Beck called "Wonders of Wilson County." Beck's publication, a "compendium of facts about people, places and assorted curiosities," and contains hundreds of highlights and reflections about events, achievements, characters and locations that are part of Wilson County's rich history.

City imposes commercial sanitation feeLebanon commercial sanitation...

Lebanon commercial sanitation customers will see an increase in their monthly utility bills in the future as city officials imposed a new sanitation fee. Lebanon officials cited the need to meet the demands of a growing community as reason for new fees in the city, including a $10 fee for commercial sanitation customers.

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