The nationwide search for a buyer has so far been unsuccessful, and a court-ordered inspection appears to have produced some minor operations concerns.
It’s not absurd to think that there might be a vacancy in the DA’s office next January.
The Christmas tree mystery has been solved, and it’s a very American story.
After 30 years and thousands of cases, Magisterial District Judge Tom Capello plans to retire in January.
At least for now, we have a Lebanon County Christmas mystery.
The Lebanon County Veterans Affairs Office has started issuing free photo ID cards to veterans of all branches of the military who live in Lebanon County.
In a brief appearance this morning before Magisterial District Judge Thomas M. Capello, former Lebanon County state senator Michael J. Folmer waived his preliminary hearing on the child pornography charges filed against him last month.
A recent ruling by a Lebanon County judge allows the continuation of a defamation lawsuit filed by Matthew A. Shirk, previously a contender for Lebanon County Commissioner, against supporters of a Political Action Committee that was critical of his candidacy.
The Downtown Lebanon Business Improvement District, commonly known as “the BID,” was officially dissolved at a brief hearing in a Lebanon County courtroom on October 8.
The United States Merchant Marine is unlike any other branch of the service.
The Lebanon High School Band will celebrate a century of making music, and a legacy of hundreds of lifelong musicians at the Homecoming football game this Friday, October 11, at Lebanon Alumni Stadium.
The jury returned a “not guilty” verdict, and Trent Roberts was a free man for the first time in 13 years. Here’s how Annville attorney Tucker Hall got involved in the case.
A special election to fill the 48th district state senate seat, vacated by the recent resignation of Mike Folmer, will be held on Tuesday, January 14, 2020.
Though a decision by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court in May invalidated Lebanon’s Business Improvement District, its supporters are vowing to move forward.
A report by Pennsylvania Auditor General Eugene DePasquale identified a couple minor issues that have already been addressed.