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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
Tru Hotel coming to Lebanon A future Lebanon hotel will look to bring ...

A future Lebanon hotel will look to bring an energetic and fresh experience to travelers who have a "millennial mindset." The Lebanon Planning Commission approved Monday the site plan for Tru Hotel, a Hilton-brand hotel chain.

Suspect in barricaded incident last week faces new chargesA suspect...

A suspect who was arrested after an incident in which he barricaded himself in a home with a weapon and a hostage now faces new charges, according to the Lebanon Police Department. Based on information received during his incarceration, Andrew Gibbs, 39, will now face charges for items recovered in a search Wednesday.

Deputies search for man who ran during arrest attempt

Police in Ohio are on the lookout for Bigfoot after a gift shop owner reported that statues of the hairy creature va LEBANON, Tenn. - Deputies in Wilson County are searching for a man who reportedly ran from them as they tried to arrest him Wednesday morning in Lebanon.

Economic group delivers annual reportThe Wilson County Joint Economic ...

The Wilson County Joint Economic and Community Development Board delivered its annual report Tuesday and discussed several growth areas in Wilson County. "The report is really used for different purposes.

Spinks graduates TCATFranklin Austin Spinks, of Lebanon, recently...

Franklin Austin Spinks, of Lebanon, recently graduated from the computer information technology program at the Tennessee College of Applied Technology Wilson County campus in Lebanon. He received a desktop technician certificate and a networking technician certificate.

McKinney bill pulled for yearA bill inspired by a Lebanon man will...

A bill inspired by a Lebanon man will not resurface this year after its sponsor pulled the legislation due to lack of support. Last month, The House Criminal Justice Committee approved the bill.

Frank Lamb, Automation Consulting, LLC, joins Control Engineering editorial advisory board

Frank Lamb, founder and owner of Automation Consulting, LLC, of Lebanon, Tenn., joined the Control Engineering editorial advisory board in April. Control Engineering announced on Apr. 26 that Frank Lamb, founder and owner of Automation Consulting, LLC , has joined its editorial advisory board to provide input to editorial staff on editorial content, relevancy, automation market, and audience; to serve as a first-level sounding board for new initiatives and ideas; and to participate in events and contribute editorially.

Schedule set for CU series at GeorgetownCumberland's baseball...

Cumberland's baseball schedule for this week's opening round in the Mid-South Conference Championships has been set at Georgetown College, with the Phoenix and Tigers beginning the series Friday at 5 p.m. CDT. The two teams will play again at noon CDT Saturday and an if-necessary game would follow directly after that contest.

Bark in the Park set for May 13The 17th annual Bark in the Park...

The 17th annual Bark in the Park event, held by New Leash on Life, is set for May 13 from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. at the Wilson County Fairgrounds in Lebanon. For people, there will be food, craft vendors, games, contests, giveaways, music and a silent auction.

Noel Ayala, 16, poses with firefighters from the Lebanon Fire...

Noel Ayala, a 16-year-old boy who was rescued from flooding waters in Lebanon on Saturday, got a chance Tuesday to meet and thank the Lebanon Fire Department first responders who saved him. Ayala was caught in waters near East Adams Avenue, close to Office Max in Lebanon.

New fire hall to be named after HayesLebanon officials held a...

Lebanon officials held a groundbreaking ceremony for the latest fire hall Tuesday and announced an official name for the building. Hayes served the citizens of Lebanon's Ward 4 for more than 20 years.

Rotary Club wins five awardsThe Lebanon Rotary Club received five...

Lebanon won two awards for membership growth, one award for an international project to provide solar lights in South Africa, one award for providing food for the needy through the Hunters for the Hungry program and one for a commitment to children through the Rotary dictionary project to bring dictionaries to local third graders, as well as the sponsorship of Lebanon High School students to attend a Rotary conference last year. "It was truly an amazing weekend for all of the Rotarians who were in attendance, and also for our clubs," said Michael Ayalon, president of the Lebanon Noon Rotary Club.

Thomas Leonard stands with attorney Alan Poindexter on Tuesday during ...

A Lebanon man received an eight-year sentence Tuesday after he pleaded guilty to multiple counts, including vehicular homicide, which stemmed from a fatal crash in 2015. Thomas Leonard, 59, received an eight-year sentence in a plea agreement for vehicular homicide by intoxication for his involvement in a Jan. 9, 2015 wreck that killed Ashley B. Jones, 28, of Lebanon.

Lebanon's Jim Duckworth hosts an annual Writers Conference that...

This week's Outdoor Writers Conference, an annual event hosted by Lebanon guide Jim Duckworth on area lakes, has become a spring tradition in which scribes from across the Southeast converge to fish, feast and fellowship. Jim, the ultimate promoter, always has a lineup of sponsors for the event.

Stephens wins on Center HillLebanon's Ryan Stephens endured heavy...

Lebanon's Ryan Stephens endured heavy rain most of Saturday morning but still won Cedar City Bass Anglers' second event of the season on Center Hill Lake. Stephens caught five fish weighing 17.77 pounds focusing on the back of the creeks flipping a jig.

Police bust mobile meth labLebanon police worked in tandem with...

Lebanon police worked in tandem with Wilson County Emergency Management Agency, the fire department and Hazmat teams to neutralize a mobile meth lab Monday in Lebanon. Police arrested Michael Crotzer, 34, of Lebanon with and Cleo Douglass, 30, of Lebanon after the mobile meth lab was found on Wilson Avenue at West High Street.

Rain alters Byars Dowdy Elementary School Roar RunThe annual Byars...

The annual Byars Dowdy Roar Run took a new shape this year after heavy rainfall forced event organizers to cancel the annual 5K and fun run and move the disco-themed carnival inside the school. School officials cancelled the Byars Dowdy Elementary School Roar Run 5K and one-mile fun run Saturday morning due to heavy rain, lightning and flooding conditions in Lebanon.

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