Although the first incident at ELCO High School earlier this month corresponded to real events (although the threat was later deemed not credible), the second incident has been determined to be without a clear primary source.
The Lebanon County Detective Bureau announced charges yesterday against a Fredericksburg woman who is alleged to have embezzled more than $255,000 from the Lebanon County Association of Realtors.
A 21 year old Nassau, NY man is dead following a three vehicle fatal crash that occurred Sunday May 19 at 6:56pm on Interstate 81 northbound.
The Lebanon County Detective Bureau announced late Friday that it has charged 74 year old Richard Hollinger of Cornwall with offenses related to child sexual assault.
It’s been a bruising race even by modern standards, but this year’s Republican primary for Lebanon County Commissioner is almost over.
Lebanon Valley College announced today that President Lewis E. Thayne will retire following the 2019-2020 academic year.
A roundup of the most recent blotters from local police departments.
At a banquet held May 7 at Hebron Banquet Hall, the 2019 Class of the Lebanon County Musicians’ Hall of Fame was recognized.
The United Way of Lebanon County engaged nearly 1,000 volunteers for its 23rd annual Day of Caring last month, according to a press release distributed by the organization this week.
The Lebanon VA Medical Center will hold a Women’s Health Open House on May 16 from 1-4pm for female Veterans.
ELCO High School released brook trout at an event Thursday at Mill Creek Rod & Gun Club—brook trout they raised themselves.
You couldn’t have designed a better example of the good and the bad social media can cause than what’s occurred in eastern Lebanon County these past few days.
A viral Facebook post yesterday drew awareness to a potential school violence threat—deemed “not credible” by authorities—and elicited a public discussion regarding the district’s disclosure and followup practices.
A report by the Reading Eagle on JBT’s expansion into the marijuana banking business. Customers are charged an extra fee to account for the added oversight needed to track this potentially risky money.
At the most recent meeting of the Lebanon Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, a local woman was honored for her lifelong commitment to historic preservation.