The Governor Dick Park Board of Directors heard a presentation from the Pennsylvania Game Commission Thursday on options for archery hunting in the park.
Myerstown Borough Council agreed to approve Ordinance 875 requiring Knox Boxes for certain properties at its meeting Tuesday, Feb. 13.
The Cornwall Borough Council unanimously agreed to direct to the Planning Commission to evaluate enacting a no-truck ordinance for Miners Village and Rexmont Road at Monday’s meeting.
Following the retirement of former township manager Tom Long, the North Cornwall Township Board of Supervisors unanimously agreed to promote public works director Justin Thompson to the position at its meeting Tuesday.
The replacement of the S. 22nd Street Bridge, initially planned for a 2024 start, is now expected to begin in 2026.
The Cornwall Borough Planning and Zoning Commission unanimously agreed to distribute the Lake Resort Community Text Amendment, recently submitted by Cornwall Properties, to the public at its meeting Monday.
Tom Long is officially retiring Feb. 5 after working full-time with North Cornwall for 27 years.
After over a year of data collection, the Central Pennsylvania Food Bank released its 2023 Lebanon County Community Hunger Mapping report Jan. 18.
Representatives from North Cornwall and North Lebanon townships informally agreed to a 50/50 apportionment split for the proposed regional police charter in a meeting Jan. 25.
The North Lebanon Township Board of Supervisors unanimously agreed to advertise Ordinance #1-2024 establishing weight restrictions on the Emma Road bridge at its meeting Monday.
The Cornwall Borough Council updated attendees on the status of the open pit water supply discussion and heard concerns from several residents at Monday’s meeting.
The Cornwall-Lebanon School District hosted a groundbreaking ceremony for the Falcon Connector, joining the Cedar Crest middle and high schools, Monday.
Last year, North Lebanon Township completed the walking path at Lenni Lenape Park. LebTown took a leisurely winter stroll through the newly paved trail.
The Cornwall Borough Council unanimously agreed to adopt Ordinance #1-2023, a slightly modified version of a zoning text amendment put forward by Byler Holdings, at its reorganization meeting Tuesday following a public hearing.
Cornwall Borough Council agreed to appoint local business-owner Nathan Walmer to council at December’s meeting.