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West Lebanon Prepares for Flood

Kohl’s and J.C.Penney’s in  Lebanon closed early on Tuesday night to sandbag around their doors . Sears took its appliances to their warehouse near Lebanon Airport for safe keeping.  The Connecticut River is expected to crest at 24 foot around

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Retiring Lebanon Zoning Administrator Receives Accommodation

Lebanon City Council presented retiring Zoning Administrator Carmella Hennessy with an accommodation at their March 5 meeting. The accommodation recognized Hennessy for her dedication to excellence Hennessy retires after 36 years of service to the City and became zoning administrator

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Lebanon Man Charged with Aggravated Felonious Sexual Assault.

A Lebanon man was charged with Aggravated Felonious Sexual Assault on Wednesday. Police say Shallon B. Thorpe 37 o Lebanon NH was taken into custody after an investigation. An arraignment was held at Lebanon District Court at 1:00 p.m. on

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Lebanon Public Works Continue Snow Removal

Lebanon Public Works will continue snow removal on city streets in Lebanon and West Lebanon beginning Monday, February 27th at 1:00 AM. Streets in Lebanon and West Lebanon include: Bank Street, Mechanic Street, Eldridge Street, Buckingham Place, Wellington Circle, Nottingham

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Lebanon’s Nick Alexander is Off to the Olympics

Nick Alexander, Lebanon native and a member of the Olympic USA Ski Jumping Team is off to Vancouver to train before going to Sochi Russia for the Olympics. Alexander said he isn’t concerned about his safety in Sochi and is

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Lebanon Man Arrested on Child Sexual Abuse Charges

A Lebanon man was arrested on multiple child sexual abuse charges on Tuesday. Police say Thomas Barnes 53, of Lebanon NH was arrested and arraigned on Tuesday. Barnes is charged with four counts each of Manufacturing child sexual abuse images

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Sunapee Man Arrested in Fatal Lebanon Crash

Attorney General Joseph A. Foster, New Hampshire State Police Colonel Robert C. Quinn, and Lebanon Police Chief Gary J. Smith, announce that Robert Dellinger 53 of 28 Birchpoint Lane, Sunapee, New Hampshire was arrested this afternoon upon his discharge from

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Update on Lebanon Fatal Accident

Attorney General Joseph A. Foster, New Hampshire State Police Colonel Robert C. Quinn, and Lebanon Police Chief Gary J. Smith, announce the results of the autopsies performed on the victims of the motor vehicle fatality in Lebanon on Saturday, December

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Lebanon Sewer Rates To Rise By Nine Percent

Lebanon residents who get sewer service from the city will see their rates go up by 9 percent next year. While not a happy subject for City Council members, they approved the rate increase knowing that work on the system

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Public Hearing in Lebanon On Increasing Sewer Rates

Lebanon residents are urged to attend a public hearing on the proposed ordinance 2013-01 to amend city code Chapter 68 on fees. The ordinance would allow a 9 percent increase on sewer rates beginning on January 1, 2014, The public

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