The immediate impacts of COVID-19 and social distancing are changing the way election officials are gearing up for Pennsylvania’s primary election. Gov. Tom Wolf on March 27 signed an order rescheduling the state primary from April 28 to June 2. And, besides giving officials and medical professionals an extra five weeks to sort out the…
LebTown met with former veterinarian Doc Clements, who is running as a Democrat against Frank Ryan (R) for PA 101.
The Pennsylvania Department of Health confirmed Monday, March 30, that Lebanon County now has 27 cases of the novel coronavirus, an increase of eight cases compared to figures published Sunday.
Here are recent updates on how Lebanon County is responding to the threat of the novel coronavirus.
Annville-Cleona School District staff organized a parade last week as a way to let students know that they are missed and supported while schools are shutdown to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus.
The COVID-19 outbreak has affected many people’s lives, and it has had a particularly harmful effect on small and medium-sized businesses.
The nationwide shortage of personal protective equipment has area crafters firing up their sewing machines in an effort to sew fabric masks to donate to healthcare workers and emergency responders.
A roundup of the most recent blotters from local police departments.
Here are the latest obituaries from around Lebanon County.
A Lebanon County boy had a birthday celebration he will never forget thanks to some local fire companies.
19 cases of coronavirus now confirmed in Lebanon County.
The Lebanon Veterans Affairs Medical Center announced Saturday that it was treating its first in-patient case of the novel coronavirus.
15 cases of coronavirus now confirmed in Lebanon County.
Elementary school students in the ELCO School District received a special drive-by visit this week – a Raider Flash Drive!
The state Department of Health has confirmed there are now a dozen cases of coronavirus in Lebanon County.