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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
Lead pastor of The Journey Church preaches in Lebanon. The church...

After careful deliberation, a rapidly growing Lebanon church recently decided to open a campus in Mt. Juliet at the beginning of next year.

Lebanon council holds work session for city squareThe Lebanon City...

The Lebanon City Council held a work session Wednesday night and gave a few residents a chance to speak on the Lebanon Historic Preservation Commission's proposed historic overlay zone for the Lebanon square and a few surrounding properties. Overlay districts are districts that provide an extra layer of regulation to meet specific needs and purposes.

Marvin Andre Bryant, 21, of Goodlettsville

A man charged in the 2015 shooting death of 13-year-old C'Asia Patton had his trial date rescheduled. Marvin Andre Bryant, 21, of Goodlettsville, was charged in 2017 with two counts of first-degree murder, attempted first-degree murder and four counts of aggravated assault.

Tuesday night LGSA resultsTuesday night results from the Lebanon...

Avalyn Broach tripled and doubled for Spiral Systems while Delaney Vaughn doubled twice and singled. Raelynn Ashley and Addison Lattimore singled as they, Olivia Fry, Madelyn Patton and Ava Young doubled.

A retail for sale sign rests along South Hartmann Drive just north of ...

The Lebanon Planning Commission discussed a pair of South Hartmann Drive changes Tuesday during its preliminary meeting at the Town Meeting Hall. The group discussed a potential rezoning for property on Leeville Pike from medium-density residential 12,000 to medium-density residential professional office.

Wilson Bank & Trust to offer guided tours of new facilityWilson Bank...

Wilson Bank & Trust will hold an open house Sunday from 2-4 p.m. to celebrate the completion of the new Clemons-Richerson Operations Center. Guests at the open house will have the opportunity to take a guided tour f the building, and refreshments will be provided.

Lebanon police seek the public's assistance to identify a suspect who ...

Lebanon police seek the public's assistance to identify a man suspected of robbing the Quick Stop on Cumberland Street on Monday night. According to Lebanon police Sgt.

Timothy Johnson, 29, of Lebanon

Lebanon and Wilson County sheriff's narcotics units arrested two people after a routine traffic stop revealed drugs in the vehicle and an active warrant for one of the occupants. According to Lebanon police Sgt.

Square merchants set to Rock the BlockLebanon Square merchants will...

Lebanon Square merchants will look to build on last year's success with another installment of Rock the Block, set for Thursday from 4-8 p.m. The event will feature food trucks, fashion and fun for guests of all ages. Square merchants, the city of Lebanon and the Lebanon-Wilson County Chamber of Commerce will sponsor the event.

Thompson's Station gastroenterologist moving practice to Franklin

Williamson Medical Group gastroenterologist Elizabeth Lindsey, M.D., is relocating to Physicians Plaza on the Williamson Medical Center campus on May 21. The practice was previously located in Tollgate Medical Plaza in Thompson's Station. A ribbon cutting is set for the new office Tuesday, June 19, at 4 p.m. "I'm so excited for this opportunity to work more closely with Williamson Medical Center's growing number of physicians across all specialties," said Lindsey, who joined Williamson Medical Group in 2017.

Community comes together for sick officerPolice officers and...

Police officers and community members from across Middle Tennessee came together Saturday to support Wilson County sheriff's deputy and former Mt. Juliet police officer Justin Cagle.

Lebanon schools honors severalThe Lebanon Special School District...

The Lebanon Special School District Board of Education honored its paraprofessionals and teachers of the year Monday during its monthly meeting, and also discussed growth and state testing. The district's paraprofessionals of the year were Lita Speck at Byars Dowdy Elementary School; Deanna Freeman at Castle Heights Elementary School; Ann Smith at Coles Ferry Elementary School; Barbara Davis at Sam Houston Elementary School; Amy Chapman at Walter J. Baird Middle School; and Debbie Gray at Winfree Bryant Middle School.

Lebanon police seeks to identify a truck involved May 6 in a hit-and-run incident.

Lebanon police seeks the public's assistance to identify a vehicle and suspect involved in a May 6 hit-and-run crash. According to Lebanon police Sgt.

A tip from a citizen led Lebanon police officers to discover a meth...

Lebanon police officers found a methamphetamine lab at a home on Webster Lane on Friday night after a citizen complained of possible drug activities. According to Lebanon police Sgt.

Amazon products offered at 40 percent off in Lebanon liquidation...

A liquidation sale featuring $6 million of retail merchandise will offer items at 40 percent off their Amazon retail value at the distribution center in Lebanon. The facility at 125 E. Forrest Ave. in Lebanon currently features 150,000 square feet and is full of items in brown boxes.

Bryan Gann, 29, of Lebanon

Officers charged Bryan Gann, 29, of Lebanon, with burglary and filing a false report Thursday after they found several stolen items on his property. According to Lebanon police Sgt.

City strengthens panhandling lawsThe Lebanon City Council passed an...

The Lebanon City Council passed an ordinance earlier this month aimed to strengthen the city's regulations regarding panhandling at public places. Councilors said Lebanon has seen an influx of panhandlers and people who solicit jobs and money at intersections, parking lots and other areas that have high amounts of vehicular and pedestrian traffic.

Lebanon schools announce leadership promotions Lebanon Special School ...

School, will fill the position of instructional coordinator and academic interventionist, and Becky Kegley will become director of support services after she served as principal of Winfree Bryant Middle School since it opened. Tramel has worked with the district for eight years and has 16 years of previous experience in human resources.

The Lebanon-Wilson County Chamber of Commerce and the Mt. Juliet...

The Lebanon-Wilson County Chamber of Commerce and the Mt. Juliet Chamber of Commerce came together Thursday for a ribbon cutting for Body Kneads, Etc., a new coffee shop and fitness boutique at 1050 Hamilton Station Blvd. in Lebanon.

Members of the Lebanon Police Department, Wilson County Sheriff's...

Mt. Juliet and Lebanon police officers and Wilson County sheriff's deputies came together Thursday to honor fallen law enforcement officers throughout Wilson County's history. The ceremony kicked off National Police Week, which will culminate Tuesday with the National Police Week Memorial Service in Washington, D.C. The ceremony, held in Judge Barry Tatum's courtroom, also included a presentation to the family of fallen Lebanon police Officer Joe Bowen, who died in March when he drove into a creek on the way home from work.

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