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LEBANON CITY COUNCIL

Lebanon City Manager Shaun Mulholland’s move to yank funding from the nonprofit Community Access Television station, better known as CATV, on short...

LEBANON — City leaders are struggling to craft a budget for next year after being warned that spending cuts could trigger “significant layoffs” and...

After making a traffic stop, a police officer is almost certain to ask to see your driver’s license. (Not that I speak from personal experience...

LEBANON — Officials are expected Wednesday to create a new task force charged with writing provisions of the voter-approved “Welcoming Lebanon...

WEST LEBANON — City and state officials appear to be making headway on plans to demolish dilapidated buildings inside the Westboro Rail Yard after...

LEBANON — City and state officials have agreed to a series of compromises they hope pave the way for the long-awaited reconstruction of a West...

LEBANON — A meeting intended to clear the air on immigration-related issues in Lebanon ended Wednesday night with a tense exchange between the...

LEBANON — City officials have postponed a decision on whether to discontinue four old public roads near Route 120 that a family of longtime farmers...

LEBANON — A family of longtime Lebanon farmers say a dispute over several old public roads on their property near Route 120 threatens to end their...

LEBANON — City officials are recommending that a Stowe, Vt., company be selected to redevelop the city’s former public works facility in downtown...

LEBANON — City voters will decide the fate of a proposed “Welcoming Lebanon Ordinance” that seeks to bar Lebanon police from working alongside or...

LEBANON — Lebanon soon could raise its minimum age to purchase tobacco to 21 under a new ordinance proposed by Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital and...

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