Dave Arnold, the GOP candidate for the 48th Senatorial District Special Election, has paused his campaign following the recent discovery and subsequent removal of a malignant brain tumor.
On a recent trip to Key West, FL, a Lebanon connection revealed itself, showing yet again the historic nature of the community we call home.
The pilot who landed short of the runway at the Reigle Airport near Palmyra may have hit a crosswind that caused him to crash.
The City of Lebanon and a homeowner are at odds over who should be responsible for fixing a sink hole off Elm Street.
Effective immediately, Fredericksburg Community Health Center will affiliate with UPMC Pinnacle.
Lebanon County saw the most rainfall in central Pennsylvania within a 48-hour period from Wednesday afternoon to Friday afternoon, according to the National Weather Service at State College.
A Palmyra man charged in the boating deaths of his fiancee and 3-year-old daughter has pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter and other charges.
Three incumbents and one challenger are on the Nov. 5 ballot in the Lebanon County Commissioners race.
Cornwall-Lebanon School District is poised to buy 89.5 acres of farmland located across from the Cedar Crest campus in South Lebanon Township.
Going to the polls and having your voice be heard is one of the most important and unalienable rights you have as a United States citizen. We have the privilege of having this right, so why not use it? As November 5 draws near, Jan Falk wants you to know that for her, running for School Board is not a right, but a privilege.
A Myerstown man was killed Wednesday night in an incident that occurred in Myerstown Borough, Pennsylvania State Police announced in a release.
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court will take up the case challenging Lebanon County's policy on medical marijuana and probation. The court has also issued a 'stay' on the policy that stops people on probation from using medical marijuana, even if they have a card. That means, the policy will not be enforced or implemented until further order from the Supreme Court.
The Marty’s Music building is set to become a tech company headquarters.
Recent posts by certain Republican advertisers in LebTown would lead one to believe that continuing to have a Republican majority in the County Commissioner’s office this election would ensure superior performance and make Lebanon County “Stronger, Safer and Smarter”.
A state House committee has advanced a bill, sponsored by State Rep. Frank Ryan (R-101), that requires healthcare facilities in Pennsylvania to bury or cremate fetal remains following an abortion or miscarriage.