The positive rate was 12% in May, 9% in June, 5.4% in July, and 4.3% in August. So far in September, the positive rate is 7.8%.
City Council denies Ideal Food Basket’s request to sell beer and wine, but expresses support for the store’s success.
State Rep. Frank Ryan writes: “The decisions will be tough, the choices real, and the urgency of acting the primary focus for the remaining budget.”
This week’s pet is Maple, owned by Rob Harding.
Amy Keller resigns from Lebanon City Council after moving out of city. Council required to elect successor within 30 days.
A roundup of the most recent blotters from local police departments.
Foster closest Adoption Swaption has assisted more than 100 families so far this year – rapid and needed growth for a local effort just two years old.
Recently, the Community Health Council secured a $300,000 grant to understand, curtail and prevent violence and abuse locally. The initiative will be called ‘Connected Together Lebanon County.’
While Cornwall Iron Furnace is closed to the public because of COVID-19, its mid-19th century steam engine is getting some much-needed work done on it.
A-C became just the seventh school in Pennsylvania to recognize girls wrestling as a varsity sport Monday night when the Annville-Cleona school board voted to add it to its winter sports offerings beginning with the upcoming 2020-21 season.
The Lebanon County Police Chiefs have announced the date for 2020 Trick or Treat as Thursday, Oct. 29, 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
An investigation found state health officials abandoned their urgency in implementing a faster process, leaving them ill-prepared to accurately report death data when the pandemic arrived.
Lebanon County investigators believe a man who went missing nearly two weeks ago staged his disappearance to avoid a sexual assault allegation.
The bill, sponsored by Rep. Frank Ryan, R-Lebanon County, was offered in recognition of the economic hardships that the COVID-19 has had on the commonwealth as well as its citizens and businesses, causing massive amounts of job losses and forcing some businesses and restaurants to close permanently.
In terms of relative comparisons, the current figure of 129 new COVID-19 cases over the last 14 days per 100,000 residents is 87% higher compared to Lebanon County’s figures one month ago and 119% higher compared to 14 days ago.