Swiss Premium Dairy-owner Dean Foods announced this week that it has entered bankruptcy proceedings, or Chapter 11 reorganization.
Charges were filed this week against 54-year-old North Cornwall Township resident Scott P. Thomas for alleged unlawful contact with a minor.
A Lebanon man robbed a Turkey Hill on the north side of the City of Lebanon last night, but was unable to evade arrest for very long.
Cornwall-Lebanon School District’s acquisition of 89.5 acres of South Lebanon Township farmland is not expected to drive a property tax increase, according to district officials.
We finally got around to trying the new Amazon Returns service at Kohl’s in Lebanon, and wanted to share our impressions.
The FBI has begun a corruption investigation into how Gov. Tom Wolf’s administration came to issue permits for construction on a multibillion-dollar pipeline project to carry highly volatile natural gas liquids across Pennsylvania, The Associated Press has learned.
Over the past few weeks, Annville-Cleona School District has quickly—and quietly—selected a successor to current superintendent Dr. Cheryl A. Potteiger.
Lebanon County Judge Bradford H. Charles, in the case of S.E.M., looked to cases nationwide in an effort to educate the underage petitioner as to what testimony is needed for further proceedings, in light of Pennsylvania’s lack of authority on the matter.
The crash happened shortly after 12 p.m. on Sunday.
The Lebanon Valley Chamber of Commerce is holding a workshop for regional businesses on medical cannabis and company policies.
Christman’s Funeral Home, Lebanon, Owner/Director Gregory Vaitl was pleasantly surprised to open his mail and find a very special plaque from Google, honoring Christman’s as a Veteran-led company.
College health experts called the move short-sighted and risky at a time of growing mental health needs among students.
Cornwall Manor Retirement Community is building a new neighborhood that will be known as The Pines. Sitework began last fall and the community broke ground on the new neighborhood on Oct. 1.
One person has been charged so far in conjunction with Tuesday’s shooting the City of Lebanon, with three other persons of interest now identified by police.
Local veterans are going hungry and homeless to bring awareness to veteran homelessness. Through noon Saturday, they’ll be out on the streets of Lebanon County with just the clothes on their backs.