Hinkelfest 2022, Lebanon County’s annual three-day celebration of all things chicken, kicks off on Friday, Sept. 16 at Fredericksburg Fireman’s Park on Route 343 (N. 7th Street) between Lebanon and Fredericksburg.
The centerpiece of the Lebanon School District’s ambitious plan to alleviate overcrowding moved from the drawing board to the construction phase Thursday when ground was broken for a new middle school adjacent to Lebanon High School.
The uproar over the July 6 fatal shooting of a runaway dog by Lebanon police officers appears to have prompted the city to seek a review of its policies related to canine calls, as well as professional dog handling training for its officers.
Work is starting on the 10th Street repaving project in Lebanon, part of a years-long repaving and underground utility upgrade program for the city’s main arteries that began in 2019.
A small plane heading from Indiana to Myerstown crashed last Thursday, Aug. 11, near Metz, West Virginia, about 90 miles south of Pittsburgh, resulting in three deaths.
Public officials, colleagues, relatives, and friends gathered in 90-plus-degree heat and humidity Tuesday afternoon in the parking lot of the Mount Gretna Craft Brewery for the unveiling of a sign marking the designation.
Rising prices could delay the Lebanon School District’s plan to address overcrowding, which is centered around the construction of a new middle school next to the existing Lebanon High School.
Cedar Haven’s parent company has received bankruptcy court approval of a reorganization plan that clears the way for the continued uninterrupted operation of the facility while making payments to its creditors.
About 60 people turned out Monday night for the Lebanon City Council meeting to show their unhappiness over the July 6 killing of Gunner, the escaped dog shot by city police officers after unsuccessful attempts to restrain him with a catch pole.
An early Friday morning fire in a Rexmont multi-family dwelling was extinguished without injuries by the combined effort of volunteers from over a dozen Lebanon County fire companies.
For many dedicated volunteers, the planning for the 2022 Lebanon Area Fair, which opens on July 23 and runs for eight days, began even before the 2021 version closed last July 31.
About 100 marchers assembled in Downtown Lebanon on Wednesday to voice their unhappiness over the July 6 fatal shooting of Gunner, the 15 month-old dog shot to death by city officers.
Lebanon County Court of Common Pleas Judge Samuel A. “Gus” Kline will retire as a full-time judge at the close of business on Sept. 30.
Lebanon City Council quickly polished off a short agenda at Monday’s monthly meeting, but concerns voiced by residents over new streetlights and the recent hiring of a facilities security manager stretched the proceedings to nearly an hour.
The Pennsylvania Game Commission celebrated 127 years of managing the state’s wildlife on Saturday by officially opening its Conservation Heritage Museum in the Visitors Center of the Middle Creek Wildlife Management Area.