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Lebanons’ New Fire Truck to Arrive in May

Lebanon Fire Chief, Chris Christopoulos and Captain Chris Simon went to Emergency One, Inc. (E-One), in Ocala FL earlier this week to  inspect the  City’s new “Quint” Fire Apparatus which is due to arrive in May.   The Quint is a

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Propane Leak in Lebanon Causes Evacuation

Two Lebanon apartment buildings were voluntarily evacuated and sheltered at the Lebanon Fire Department because of a propane leak on Bank Street Saturday night. Fire officials said they were called to 11 Bank Street just after 8:30 pm for a

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Lebanon Looks to Public for Conceptual Fountain Design

Lebanon is looking to replace the current planter that is in front of Three Tomatoes and is asking the public to submit conceptual fountain designs. The Fountain Committee will evaluate submission for appropriateness, affordability and reflection of community values. In

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Aug. 28 -29 Flash Flood Event Lebanon NH

Thomas Hawley from the National Weather Service in Gray, Maine reports on the Flash Flood in Lebanon. On the evening of August 28, 2013, a flash flood occurred in Lebanon, New Hampshire. The atmosphere was very moist with a north

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Lebanon Waits for FEMA Meeting

As of Monday morning Lebanon is still waiting for their meeting on August 28 with FEMA to discuss the restoration plans for all areas of the City. Lebanon cannot move forward without formal approval from FEMA. After approval the City

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Repairs for Lebanon to Pre Storm Conditions Estimated over Six Million

  So far the City of Lebanon has spent approximately $137,000 on emergency response and temporary fixes that were necessary to protect the health and safety of residents. Officials expect that figure to rise. Preliminary estimates to restore the City’s

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Lebanon Police Ask Not To Leave Pets In Cars

The Lebanon Police Department received several calls regarding pets in cars during hot weather and are asking people not to leave pets in a car on hot days. A cracked window has little effect on the rate of heating and

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Interruption of Water Service in Lebanon

Water service for residents of Thompson and Mahan Streets in Lebanon will have interrupted water service, on Wednesday, July 18 from 8-11 am while repairs are made on a water line If anyone has concerns or questions regarding this work,

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Suspect in Lebanon Thefts is Arrested in Massachusetts

Lebanon Police arrested, Richard Morrell, 40 in Newburyport MA on three counts of burglary for coins and jewelry taken from three Lebanon homes on Tuesday, June 12. Lebanon Police traced the thief from a license plate number they received from

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Seminary Elementary School Closes after 158 Years

On June 19 at 12:30 pm, the doors to Lebanon’s historic Seminary Elementary School will close forever as an elementary school. Students entering 5 and 6 grades join with 7 and 8 grades and attend the new Lebanon’s Middle School

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