Lebanon attorney David R. Warner, Jr. wants to be magisterial district judge for Palmyra Borough, North Londonderry, South Londonderry, East Hanover, and Cold Spring townships.
Lebanon City Council disposed of an agenda dominated by personnel appointments and the final approval of several bills preliminarily passed last month.
Lebanon attorney Donna Long Brightbill, a Republican, is the first announced candidate for the Lebanon County Court of Common Pleas vacancy created by the recent retirement of Judge Samuel A. Kline.
The Lebanon County Commissioners passed a 2023 budget on Thursday, Dec. 22, that keeps property taxes constant for the coming year despite financial headwinds faced by the county.
2023 will mark the eighth straight year with no increase in the city property tax.
Since none of the five challenged precincts had the required three petitioners present, Lebanon County President Judge John Tylwalk said he would issue an order throwing out all five recount requests.
Pennsylvania’s Attorney General has filed charges against three Lebanon auto dealers, accusing them of being part of a Philadelphia-based crime ring that has been falsifying titles and inspections of totaled and stolen vehicles since 2018.
Highly-touted redevelopment projects at a pair of closed Lebanon school buildings are still in their early stages and slowly moving forward, according to their owners.
Palmyra Magisterial District Judge Carl R. Garver says he will not seek reelection when his second six year term in office expires on January 1, 2024.
Apparently as part of an organized statewide effort, a group of Lebanon County Republicans has filed court petitions demanding a hand recount of ballots cast for governor and U.S. Senate in the Nov. 8 general election.
Lebanon City Council approved a $15.6 million budget on Monday that will freeze property taxes for the eighth year in a row.
Recent social media posts accusing the City of Lebanon of taking down a plaque honoring Tim Stine, the firefighter who perished in a HACC fire over 30 years ago, are mistaken, say city officials.
Lebanon County District Attorney Pier Hess Graf says she expects juvenile proceedings to be filed soon in connection with the July 3 arson fire at the closed Lebanon Catholic School building.
The murder of 13 year-old Jason Rivera, fatally shot on Tuesday evening, Feb. 15, remains unsolved, with no word from prosecutors or police on possible motives or suspects.
Cedar Haven Healthcare Center, the former county home sold to private owners in 2014, has emerged from the bankruptcy its operator filed in August 2019, when it cited millions of dollars owed to over 200 creditors.