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Early Morning Fire Causes W. Lebanon Hotel Evacuation

  A fire investigation is underway for an early Thursday morning fire that caused evacuation of the Fire Side Inn and Suites in West. Lebanon fire officials say the lobby and banquet area of the Inn was filled with smoke

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Lake Sunapee Bank Robbed at Gunpoint

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Just before noon a man brandishing a black firearm held up the Lake Sunapee Bank on Hanover Street in Lebanon.  Police say the man was 6 foot tall and wore a black ski mask, jean jacket with a black hoodie

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Construction Work in Lebanon

Construction work will be underway, starting today, at the Rail yards in West Lebanon. The work is needed to repair a failed sewer interceptor and will require the driving of piles. City public works officials say that the work by

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One Way Traffic on Lebanon NH – Hartford VT Bridge

FairPoint Communications began their work on utility relocation for the Lebanon/Hartford Bridge project on yesterday the duration of work will go until Friday, November 15, with no work scheduled for Veterans Day, Monday, November 11. FairPoint’s work area is from

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Lebanon Starts Walk Abouts on Mechanic Street Tuesday

On Tuesday, October 29, 2013 there is a walkabout on Mechanic Street from 4 – 6 pm; Wednesday from 4 – 6 pm, the walk about will continue on Monday, November 4, from 3 to 5 pm, and Tuesday, November

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Lebanon Begins Budget Review

The Lebanon City Council will begin review of the proposed 2014 City Budget at a work session on Monday, November 4, 2013, beginning at 5:30PM in Council Chambers at City Hall. Members of the public are invited and encouraged to

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Lebanon Airport Offering Low Fares to Boston and New York

The Lebanon Airport and Cape Air are again working hard to reach our goal of at least 10,000 passengers departing from LEB this year. Reaching this goal means increasing the FAA entitlement funding of airport improvements from $150,000 to about

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Windsor VT Man Killed in Lebanon Accident

Troopers from New Hampshire State Police, Troop D in Concord were dispatched to a report of a motor vehicle crash on Route 89, southbound in Lebanon near exit 18. Upon arrival emergency personnel discovered a 2008 Toyota Prius at rest

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Minor Work on Bank Street in Lebanon Starts Next Week

During the week of October 7th, R.D. Edmunds will be conducting some minor work on Bank Street. Signs will be posted and flaggers will be present to help direct traffic. Work is slated to take place on Thursday, October 10th

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Slayton Hill Road in Lebanon Walk About Schedule

Lebanon: Slayton Hill Walkabout Schedule The walkabouts for Slayton Hill/Dulac Street/Tannery Lane are scheduled to begin on Tuesday, October 8th. City Staff and Representatives from the engineering firm FST will be visiting affected areas on the following dates from 4:00-6:00

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