The North Lebanon Township Board of Supervisors unanimously approved three new ordinances at Monday’s meeting. The ordinances concerns brake retarder prohibition, truck turn restrictions, and zoning variance criteria.
Serenity Farm and Linden Hall Equestrian Team, a team made up of girls from Lebanon, Lititz, and Bernville, qualified for one of twelve nationwide spots at the Interscholastic Equestrian Association Finals, held April 27-30 in Tryon, North Carolina.
The South Londonderry Township Board of Supervisors unanimously approved the 2024 budget development calendar at its meeting Tuesday.
The Cornwall Borough Council agreed to amend its code of ordinances to allow 15 chickens per lot in residential zoning at Monday’s meeting.
Since March 2022, the Lebanon Farmers Market has belonged to Richland-based Dunamis Holdings LLC. Since then, the downtown hotspot has seen various changes in vendors.
After receiving a $1,056,500 in federal Transportation Alternatives Set-Aside grant moneys last May, Jonestown Borough Council finds itself on a tight schedule to bid the project.
Visitors from the 78th Annual Northeast Fish and Wildlife Conference gathered at Quittie Creek Nature Park to see the end products of a 2015-2016 restoration project.
The Lebanon City Council held a brisk meeting Monday, followed by a repeat of the mayor’s 2023 State of the City address.
At their April meeting, the North Lebanon Township Board of Supervisors agreed to request a police regionalization study between North Cornwall and North Lebanon Townships.
The Cornwall public works department was reestablished by the Cornwall Borough Council at their April 10 meeting.
The Pennsylvania Chautauqua Foundation held a public meeting Sunday to discuss the proposed plan for Soldiers Field and hear feedback from members of the community.
The North Lebanon Township Board of Supervisors unanimously agreed to approve Ordinance #2-2023 rezoning the Escambia property at 1675 Grace Ave. from rural residential (RR) to residential density one (R1) at Monday’s meeting.
The South Londonderry Board of Supervisors recognized Officer Jared Zimmerman at Tuesday’s meeting following his receipt of the Lebanon County Fraternal order of Police Lodge #42 Officer of the Year Award.
The City of Lebanon Authority published an open letter on April 5 clarifying that its 2023 price increase was 3 percent, as opposed to the 10 percent previously suggested at Cornwall Borough Council meetings.
Cornwall Borough Council agreed on Monday to pass on information regarding a proposed A/V upgrade to the finance committee.