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.
Myerstown’s Bayer Corporation plant, located just off Route 501, is looking to immediately hire over 40 full-time 2nd and 3rd shift employees.
For now, sale of old Northwest Elementary school to private commercial developer has been delayed by a dispute between City of Lebanon and school district over old pedestrian overpass that served the school.
The North Cornwall Township Board of Supervisors unanimously accepted the resignation of Police Chief John Leahy at a monthly meeting held Tuesday, March 2.
Joseph Fischer, who has been on the North Cornwall Township police force since 2002, has been suspended without pay, and faces a trial in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia.
Sale of old Northwest Elementary school building could be approved on March 2; office and commercial development project could start this summer.
Outdoor burning at public demonstrations and the destruction of old city records were the main items on a short agenda at Lebanon City Council’s Feb. 22 monthly meeting, held remotely via Zoom.
A 41 year-old Palmyra man is the second Lebanon County resident facing federal criminal charges in connection with the violent invasion of the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 while Congress was meeting to certify the results of the November, 2020 presidential election.
There is a buyer for the closed Lebanon Catholic School property, and the sale could be finalized this summer.
The Lebanon community is stepping up to ensure the children are provided for, now and in the years to come.
The Lebanon County Detective Bureau has charged a North Annville Township couple with “prolonged assault and abuse” of their five adopted children, who range in age from 6 to 15. Criminal Complaints filed on Feb. 2 against 44 year-old Robert J. Duncan and his 42 year-old wife, Stephanie A. Duncan, allege that the abuse took […]
32 Lebanon County students have received Fall, 2020, academic honors at the Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences in Lancaster.