Here are recent updates on how Lebanon County is responding to the threat of the novel coronavirus.
Here’s a review of COVID-19 developments over the weekend.
City of Lebanon safer than 10 years ago, in good shape overall, according to Mayor Capello’s State of the City address.
The Lebanon Veterans Affairs Medical Center confirmed Wednesday afternoon that it had treated a patient with the novel coronavirus.
Lebanon’s Municipal Building won’t be shut down due to COVID-19, but activities and public access will be severely limited for 14 days.
A 42-year-old Richland woman is dead after twice trespassing on a North Lebanon Township property, then leading police on a chase through the county that ended in her death as she attempted to ram a police car with an unidentified North Lebanon Township officer inside.
While no cases have been reported in Lebanon County, the Lebanon County Department of Emergency Services has started a webpage designed to inform the public of any local impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
2020 Census: An undercount can cost Lebanon County loads of money over the next 10 years.
Penn State Health’s Life Lion Emergency Medical Service is now covering more areas of Lebanon County.
James M. MacLaren, PhD., will succeed Lewis E. Thayne as Lebanon Valley College’s 19th president.
Former state Senator Michael J. Folmer pled guilty Thursday morning on charges related to the possession of child pornography
Coronavirus may be grabbing all the headlines, but it’s the plain old flu that’s worrying local physician Jeffrey Yocum.
Lebanon County Judge Samuel A. Kline’s recent sentencing of a nine-time shoplifter to state prison has drawn criticism from the defendant’s family and the attention of Pennsylvania Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman.
A Delaware Bankruptcy Court has tentatively approved a new operator to take over Cedar Haven, the former county home.
With the summertime ban on E15 lifted, the way is paved for companies like Rutter’s to make high-ethanol fuel readily-available. Here’s what you need to know before you fill up.