Construction of the 412,000 square foot Walmart warehouse off Route 72 in North Lebanon Township is underway and will bring a new traffic light to Route 72 at Heilmandale Road.
Passenger trains last rolled through the city in 1967, and Amtrak says a resumption is not in the cards.
Lebanon City council makes grant money plans, hears complaints about illegal two-wheeled vehicles, fills vacancies at Apr. 26 monthly meeting.
Bayer’s Myerstown plant is adding good paying, permanent jobs with benefits, and expects demand for its iconic healthcare products to keep growing.
Construction of the one million square foot Hershey Company warehouse in South Annville Township is nearing completion, and the company expects the $178 million project to be complete and operational by the end of the year.
The unprecedented year that was 2020 was a central theme throughout Lebanon Mayor Sherry Capello’s State of the City Address, the 11th of her administration, presented over Zoom on Wednesday, April 7, to Community of Lebanon Association members and their guests.
Lebanon’s APR supply adds four Western Pennsylvania locations, expanding its plumbing supply business to 39 locations in three states.
Local teacher Sean Maguire is one of five candidates vying for a vacant Lebanon city Magisterial District Judge position at the May 18 election.
The Palmyra Community Pool, 112 Park Drive, will host a community yard sale in its parking lot on Saturday, Apr. 17, from 8 a.m. until noon.
Erik Itzen, a Penn State Hershey Medical Center security officer and former Lebanon policeman, is one of five candidates running for a vacant Magisterial District Judge position in the City of Lebanon.
Monday, March 29 is the deadline to register for the Mayor Capello’s annual State of the City address, to be given via Zoom at noon on April 7.
Lebanon City Council plans for move to downtown, summer street repaving, fills zoning board vacancy at March meeting.
Lebanon Transit is making sure that transportation isn’t an obstacle by offering free bus rides to anyone with a COVID-19 vaccination appointment at any vaccination site.
Democratic Party committee members have chosen Calvin “Doc” Clements to run for the 48th District State Senate seat, which has been vacant since incumbent Republican Senator David Arnold died from cancer on Jan. 17.
Suspended North Cornwall Township police officer Joseph Fischer has been released from house arrest on the federal criminal charges filed against him in connection with the Jan. 6 invasion of the U.S. Capitol.