At his first-ever campaign event in a bid for elected office, Mike Kuhn addressed the question that was on everyone’s mind: why is it being held in a reception room of a funeral home?
Commissioners seeks affordable housing funds, address change orders for new 911 Center and select new mail-in ballot vendor at bi-weekly meeting.
Appointed to finish the term of Bill Ames, Mike Kuhn announces first-ever county commissioner campaign.
A chunk of county-owned land was sold to a Blair County developer late last year, but what may be built there is still uncertain.
Lebanon County’s plans for 2023 mail-in ballot services are up in the air after a confusing chain of events on Thursday and Friday. Here’s what we know.
A hearing requested by a local attorney asking to be removed as court-appointed counsel in five cases involving indigent defendants was held Friday, even though those cases had already been reassigned to other attorneys.
911 Rapid Response may outfit up to 500 vehicles in the coming year at its Annville shop.
As the Thome case – which was also found by Hess Graf to be a justified shooting – heads towards a civil court trial date, Paul Messing, a Philadelphia-based attorney who represented the Dzwonchyk estate, spoke to LebTown about the findings his law firm’s investigation yielded in the months prior to settlement of that lawsuit.
Two of the three municipalities that conducted a regional police force study are moving forward with plans to potentially consolidate their forces by 2024.
Citing an emergency situation at the county prison, Lebanon County Commissioners approved by a 2-1 vote Thursday a contract with a Georgia firm to provide maintenance services at the facility.
Bill Bering, Jr. will run with incumbent Bob Phillips in the coming election for Lebanon County Commissioner. Bering, Phillips, and current commissioner Mike Kuhn have now all announced their intent to run in the Republican primary.
Lebanon County Commissioners on Thursday approved a tentative $100.5 million county fiscal budget for 2023, which does not include a tax increase.
Lebanon County Commissioner Robert Phillips announced Tuesday, Nov. 22, his decision to run for a fourth term in office.
An ACLU inquiry has prompted Lebanon County Courts to reexamine how attorneys are appointed to cases where a public defender has a conflict of interest preventing representation of a given individual.
Lebanon County commissioners approved Thursday, Nov. 17, the county’s ongoing participation in a nine-county South Central Counter Terrorism Task Force.