Walnut Street roadwork through Lebanon won’t be done until 2021, and more is scheduled for the city’s main roads until 2024.
Local theater company the St. James Players (SJP) has announced its first two productions of 2020.
Lebanon County State Reps Frank Ryan, Russ Diamond seek new terms in State House. Together, their districts cover almost all of Lebanon County.
Elected officials – new and incumbent – took their oaths of office Thursday morning in Courtroom 1 of the Lebanon Municipal Building.
Early in the bankruptcy, some worried that staffing and resident care would suffer, but the latest report suggests that Cedar Haven’s owner has kept up staffing and maintenance.
On Monday night, the Lebanon City Council voted to demolish the pool at Coleman Memorial Park.
Former state senator Michel Former will face additional child pornography charges at his February trial.
Americans will enjoy a National Christmas Tree from Palmyra this year, and it is hoped for many holiday seasons to come.
Single family to apartment conversions and the maximum number of pets in residences could be limited if Lebanon decides to replace 30-year-old zoning ordinance.
Here’s your chance to see the stage version of a classic Christmas movie, live and local
Lebanon County State Representatives Russ Diamond and Frank Ryan will likely end up voting against the bill, while potential State Senate candidates Dave Arnold and Michael Schroder both support it, although for different reasons.
Objections to the seating of a newly-elected school director upstaged the Palmyra School Board’s long-awaited vote Thursday night on a $5,000,000 artificial turf athletic field upgrade that had been under consideration for 10 years.
Democrat Amy Keller’s narrow margin in a Lebanon City Council race will likely hold.
Cornwall Borough police are seeking a man who attempted to put his arms around a woman last Friday on the Rail Trail.
The race for the last seat in Lebanon City Council is still up in the air, with a recount petition expected.