Goat Yoga is one of the activities debuting this year at the Lebanon Area Fair.
Another gap in the Lebanon Valley Rail Trail is about to be closed, bringing the dream of a “cross-county trail system” a little closer to reality.
The three Republican County Commissioner candidates in last May’s contentious primary election have filed their campaign finance reports with the Lebanon County Voter Registration office.
Whether the state pays for them or not, Lebanon County voters will be casting their ballots on new and improved voting machines this fall.
Old Glory was the focus when the Lebanon Valley Charter Chapter of the American Business Women’s Association held its pre-July 4th meeting on June 26 at the Hebron Banquet Hall.
Judges on Pennsylvania’s three appeals courts are elected at large, on a statewide basis. Lebanon County Representative Russ Diamond (R-102) thinks that system has some problems, and he wants to fix them.
Lebanon County’s Department of Emergency Services is in the midst of an update to the County’s 911 emergency phone system, funded by a state grant.
The recent worsening of a sinkhole on Route 422 in Palmyra has forced PennDOT to alter the repair and road closing plans it had previously announced.
Lebanon’s traditional Pennsylvania German choral group, the Lebanon Deutsche Harmonie Mäennerchor, recently won a statewide choral competition.
Yet another sinkhole repair on Route 422 in Palmyra.
The Lieutenant Governor’s residence at Fort Indiantown Gap has been put to public use since the days of its first LG resident, Lebanon County’s late Ernie Kline.
To generations of Lebanon kids it was simply “the Beautex.”
He’s the first ELCO student in seventeen years to be selected to perform at the Pennsylvania State Choral Festival, and that’s just his second biggest vocal achievement.
There are encouraging early signs that opioid abuse in Lebanon County may be peaking, but no one is planning a victory lap in the war against drug abuse.
With the May 21 municipal primary election on the horizon, we spoke with Michael Anderson, Director of the Lebanon County Bureau of Elections.