Lebanon attorney George Christianson was sentenced to 72 hours in jail for criminal contempt by Magisterial District Judge Aurelis Figueroa, but an appeal has halted the sentence.
A Lebanon County jury last week convicted Vincent Sosnowski of homicide by vehicle while DUI, involuntary manslaughter, and two counts of driving under the influence of alcohol for the death of 43 year-old Melissa Morrissey.
The Lebanon Valley Expo Center, the City of Lebanon, and two local businesses have applied to the commonwealth’s Office of Budget for Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program grants to help fund Lebanon County projects.
A developer’s plan for an 858-acre solar energy farm in North Annville Township suffered a setback on Jan. 26 when a local judge denied its request for a conditional use under the township’s zoning law.
Lebanon School District superintendent Dr. Nicole Malinoski is confident about the future of city schools and the young people they educate.
The 2024 edition of Lebanon City Council met for the first time Monday evening to tackle a brief mid-winter agenda and hear public comment.
Lebanon County District Attorney Pier Hess Graf has announced that a second person has been charged in connection with the alleged sexual assault of a seven-year-old girl in West Cornwall Township.
Lebanon County District Attorney Pier Hess Graf announced on Jan. 16 that 54 year-old Edward Lee Williams of Manheim has been arrested and jailed on accusations that he sexually assaulted a seven year-old girl in Cornwall.
WLBR AM 1270 will now be simulcast with a new FM station at 99.7 on the dial. Both will feature a classic hits music format and be known as “Lebanon Valley’s Greatest Hits of All Time – 99.7 WiLBuR Radio.”
Local author Brenton Weidman’s self-published first book is available on Amazon.
Winners in last November’s general election, newcomers and incumbents alike, took their oaths of office on the morning of Jan. 2 in the Lebanon Municipal Building’s Courtroom No. 1.
LebTown dropped in last week at what will soon be the third location of Snitz Creek Brewery.
Lebanon City Council unanimously approved Mayor Sherry Capello’s proposal to apply for a $3.6 million grant for a new parking garage, despite concerns over the city’s actual parking needs and ongoing costs.
Cornwall Children’s Center, a daycare facility, is seeking tax exemption for its property, arguing its status as a charitable organization, a claim disputed by Lebanon County and the Cornwall-Lebanon School District.
The U.S. Supreme Court will hear an appeal from former cop Joseph Fischer, charged in the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, to decide if a key obstruction charge will be dismissed or included in his trial.