We’re taking tomorrow off, but wanted to wish everyone a happy Fourth of July.
El uso de máscaras faciales de tela ha sido recomendado por expertos en salud pública… pero en el condado de Lebanon el apoyo es limitado
Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine doubled down on the framing of the pandemic in political terms on Friday in a move that LebTown believes will be detrimental to journalistic and public health outcomes.
The wearing of cloth face masks has been recommended by public health experts and elected leaders across the country, but in Lebanon County support for this measure has been limited from local politicians.
Addressing our policy on hate speech, and specifically, hate speech as it relates to members of the public and public figures.
We’ve updated our primary election results post with the most current data. Results should still be considered unofficial until Tuesday, June 16, when the five day review period expires.
The ex-Cedar Crest girls coach, who guided the Falcons to lofty heights from 1999-2003, is now the current Cedar Crest girls coach after Will Wenninger was hired by the Cornwall-Lebanon School Board Monday night.
Lebanon Mayor Sherry Capello issued a message to the public on Saturday afternoon, May 16, detailing the City of Lebanon’s response to the go-yellow resolution passed Friday by the Lebanon County Commissioners.
Reserves are ready to be sent to counties that may require resources due to defiance.
The Lebanon Valley Chamber of Commerce is seeking input from regional businesses and organizations to complete a COVID-19 Business Impact Survey.
Thousands in central Pennsylvania this week are mourning the loss of swimming coach and mentor Rusty Owens.
Residents talk about counties that plan to self move to the yellow phase, including an interview with Lebanon City Council member Richard Wertz.
Lebanon County’s state legislators as well as a handful of other Republican elected officials released a joint letter to Governor Tom Wolf on Friday evening, May 8, informing him of a plan to move the county to the “Yellow Phase” on Friday, May 15.
On Saturday, May 9, local leaders will join together to collect personal care essentials for families at sites in Palmyra and Lebanon City.
The Wolf administration must become more transparent, more consistent, and more proactive in its messaging.