Constituents of Col. Frank Ryan, USMCR (Ret.) will have opportunities to sign his ballot petition over the next several weeks, according to the campaign for his election to a third term as representative in the 101st Legislative District.
Congratulations are in order for Palmyra Middle School’s Jhayce Hawley and Christine Stavropoulos, as well as Cedar Crest Middle School’s Viseth Meng.
Two incidents in the City of Lebanon over this weekend both involved firearms, with investigation by police ongoing.
It would take over 50 years for Community Homes to clear their current waiting list for accessible housing units.
A Lebanon County man died Saturday morning in a crash on the Pennsylvania Turnpike, according to state police. Lyle N. Garvey, 31, of Myerstown died at the scene from his injuries, state police said.
For the ninth consecutive year, the Bologna Fest will be held this Saturday, January 25th.
Ten years ago, there were no warehouses in Bethel Township. Now, over a dozen have been built or are on the way.
This article was originally published on Jan. 21, 2019. On the occasion of what would have been Major Dick Winter’s 102nd birthday, we’ve updated it with more information about this local war hero.
Two women were hit by cars in about two months time on Route 422 in Cleona. Residents say the road is getting increasingly dangerous.
Cautious optimism. That’s how Pennsylvania farmers are approaching two new trade agreements coming down from Washington, DC.
Avoid the symptoms of cabin fever by coming out to the annual Bologna Fest & Winter Carnival at the Lebanon Valley Expo Center on Saturday, Jan. 26 from 10 a.m. ‘till 7 p.m.
Gregory Vaitl, owner and director of Christman’s Funeral Home, was pleasantly surprised when he opened his mail to discover that Christman’s Funeral Home had received a Certificate of Achievement plaque from Indiantown Gap National Cemetery, recognizing his business.
The newly elected Republican state senator picked to represent the 48th District in Tuesday’s special election said he’s “ready to get to work.”
Farmer Rudolph’s Creamery of Lebanon, Lebanon County, won the best in show award with its cheese, Sir Farmer, during the cheese competition on opening day of the Pennsylvania Farm Show.
THE CENTER for Entrepreneurial Excellence, a free business resource for Lebanon County, is hosting the first-ever Entrepreneurial PITCH competition. The application deadline has been extended to January 31.