Local non-profit organization, Making a Difference of Lebanon, PA, is celebrating its 10 year anniversary.
The Sheriff’s Office of Lebanon County is moving its sheriff’s sales online. The new platform went live in January, and will host the first county auction on Feb. 14 at 10 a.m.
Over the weekend, Cámara 809 FM cut the ribbon on a new local Hispanic television channel, which joins their existing radio station to form Cámara 809 TV/FM.
Lebanon Lilly — the local mascot, community symbol and children’s book protagonist — will have May 22 officially declared as her day. This will coincide with the launch and giveaway of the bilingual edition of the storybook in which she stars.
Juntos de Lebanon, Union Community Care and Penn State REACH partnered for a local vaccination event on April 18, resulting in 113 people receiving the first dose of the Moderna vaccine for COVID-19.
The formation of several subcommittees was announced this month, focusing on what the administration calls “key audiences and issues”. The Racial subcommittee responds to the CDC findings of “long-standing systemic health and social inequities [that] have put many people from racial and ethnic minority groups at increased risk of getting sick and dying from COVID-19.”
The Lebanon County Register of Wills Office and Marriage Bureau issued more marriage licenses in 2020 than any other year since the end of the Vietnam War in 1975.
The proposal was submitted for Round 1 of the Emergency Solutions Grant established by the CARES Act (ESG-CV), on behalf of Community Action Partnership and Lebanon County Christian Ministries.
New COVID-19 Emergency Rental Assistance will soon be available for Lebanon County residents who are homeless or in danger of eviction.
The merger still requires government approval, but even when it goes through patients should not expect to see changes to their services.
As of Oct. 15, the U.S. Census has concluded. For the next decade, the gathered information will help allocate money for communities across the country.
This year, the Halloween trick-or-treat tradition faces an unprecedented obstacle with the COVID-19 pandemic.
Lebanon CareerLink site administrator shares his outlook on pre and post pandemic workforce development in Lebanon County.
Churchgoers at St. Benedict Abbot, like many across the country, are adjusting to a new reality.