LebTown looked into the way the Lebanon Area Fair affects its neighboring businesses in the North Cornwall Commons across the street.
Last night Lebanon City Council passed two bills on their first reading that would increase salaries for Lebanon’s mayor and city council persons for the first time in five years.
Lebanon police have charged 23 year-old Anthony Canales in connection with an early morning July 23 shooting in the 700 block of Walnut Street that left a 20 year-old man in a local hospital’s intensive care unit.
The Friends of the Annville Free Library are ready to go with a smaller (but longer) version of the Big Book Sale that didn’t happen in 2020.
Deteriorating infrastructure, declining COVID vaccine demand, the new emergency call center project, and the retirement of a long time employee were on the agenda at the July 15 Lebanon County Commissioners’ meeting, the first held in-person since early 2020.
With the end in sight for the years-long Walnut Street repaving and underground utility project, the City of Lebanon is turning its road maintenance attention to Lehman Street on the north side of town.
Classic rock ‘n’ roll, blues, jazz, big band, religious, and country music will be featured daily at the 65th Lebanon Area Fair, July 24 through 31 at the Lebanon Fairgrounds.
Brooke Smith, United Way of Lebanon County’s chief executive officer for almost two years, has announced her resignation from the nonprofit community agency, effective July 16.
Local private investigation firm is part of partisan Arizona review of ballots cast in last November’s presidential election.
Fee increases for appeal hearings, possible tax break for buyer of old Northwest Elementary School highlight last night’s Lebanon City Council meeting.
Fire at Henry Molded Products contained without injuries. Company president says quick reopening of West Lebanon plant expected.
June 24 hearing on controversial North Annville solar farm proposal postponed due to attorney’s illness. Will be rescheduled before September 13.
National champs, dedicated staff, enthusiastic wrestlers, make first Lebanon High Wrestling Camp a success.
The operation is one of the final steps in the first stage of a years long repaving and underground utility upgrade program for the city’s main arteries, which began in 2019.
Joseph Fischer, the suspended North Cornwall Township police officer facing federal criminal charges resulting from the violent Jan. 6 invasion of the United States Capitol, has been granted additional freedom to travel while he awaits trial.