Only leaves will be collected, city officials noted. Branches, grass, and other yard waste will not be picked up.
At its October meeting, Lebanon City Council got a demonstration of the police department’s new body-worn cameras, a good report from the city’s outside auditors, and learned that the city has two Walnut Streets.
At a Monday night public meeting in the Lebanon High auditorium – the third in a series of “Town Halls” – district officials discussed their plan to build a new middle school adjacent to the high school, reconfigure the athletic fields around it, and renovate the existing Lebanon Middle School on North 8th Street.
The Cedar Crest Music Aides will host the annual Lebanon County Marching Band Exhibition on Saturday evening, Oct. 16, at Earl Boltz Stadium on the Cedar Crest campus at 115 E. Evergreen Road, Lebanon.
Lebanon City Council approves borrowing $2.33 million to help pay for downtown City Hall project.
PennDOT has released online plans to replace a 93-year-old bridge on Route 419 (Schaeffer Road), about 1.5 miles west of Schaefferstown, near the village of Buffalo Springs.
The Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences in Lancaster has awarded Spring 2021 academic honors to 35 Lebanon County students.
A 3-way agreement that clears the way for the sale and commercial development of the old Northwest Elementary School on Lebanon’s north side was approved by Judge Bradford H. Charles at a court hearing Thursday.
Myerstown man pleads guilty to unlawfully entering U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, refusing orders to leave. Faces Dec. 1 sentencing.
The Sept. 9 hearing on a controversial application to approve a 1,200 acre solar panel farm in North Annville Township has been postponed to Oct. 7
A year after Lebanon Catholic School was shuttered, Catholic education is about to return to Lebanon County with new school at new location.
Rocherty Road remains open for local traffic between Route 72 and Village Drive at the village of Rocherty, but can’t be accessed from Colebrook Road at the west end.
Lebanon County Judge Bradford Charles ordered convicted sexual offender Scott Thomas of Lebanon to spend 15 to 40 years in a state prison at an Aug. 30 sentencing hearing in Lebanon County court.
After months of site and foundation work, walls for new Walmart warehouse are going up. Completion by end of 2021 possible.
Maria McLaughlin, the Democratic candidate for the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, was the guest of honor at an Aug. 25 fundraiser at the home of Cavi Miller, who is running for Cornwall mayor.