The new and expanded Lebanon City Market debuts this evening and will run each Friday until Oct. 4. Different iterations of a farmers’ market have been in Lebanon over the past several years. For the past three years, the Heart of Lebanon has been building the market, from one Friday a month the first year, to two Fridays a month the second year. Now, in the third season, the market will be every Friday and be situated in a more highly trafficked location. Vendors will set up from 4 to 7 p.m. each Friday in the city-owned parking lot at 309 S. Lebanon St., between the former Estes car lot and Hardee’s restaurant. More details found in The Lebanon Reporter.