Bill to reauthorize and increase 911 surcharge funding is stripped of funding mechanism.
New funding is flying into county coffers thanks to a leasing agreement signed by the Lebanon County Commissioners on Thursday, Nov. 16, at their biweekly meeting.
The civil lawsuit involving the fatal shooting of Richland resident Charity Thome in March 2020 by Pennsylvania State Police troopers Jay Splain and Matthew Haber has been continued until the end of January 2024.
Jury selection begins Wednesday following an Oct. 20 settlement conference where both sides failed to reach a settlement agreement, according to court documents.
Cedar Crest’s football season concluded with a 54-28 loss to Harrisburg in the District 3 6A quarterfinals, despite standout performances from senior running back Fernando Marquez and tight end Aiden Schomp.
Lebanon County voters elected its three incumbent commissioners to four-year terms in Tuesday’s general election.
Three local residents were elected and enshrined in the state’s Voter Hall of Fame for voting in 50 consecutive general elections, held the first Tuesday every November.
Lebanon County commissioners approve a $1.27 million federal grant to join a nine-county terrorism task force.
Fort Indiantown Gap’s new Access Control Point, a $13 million security enhancement, officially opened, requiring visitors to undergo identification checks before entering the military installation.
About 19 percent of the county’s voting precincts will run an experiment using E-poll books.
Colonel Kevin D. Potts, Garrison Commander at Fort Indiantown Gap, discusses his military journey from private to Colonel, the installation’s significant economic impact, and his commitment to improving the facility before his impending retirement.
Lebanon County’s Madison Copenhaver and Hope Wagner triumphed in the junior and senior categories respectively at the Pennsylvania Make It With Wool contest, while Rachel Seigel won in the adult category.
Tim McGowan has embarked on a quest to identify the individuals interred in an unmarked cemetery on the grounds of the Lebanon Valley Exposition Center & Fairgrounds.
Fort Indiantown Gap will enhance on-base security when its Access Control Point gate on Fisher Avenue is activated on Nov. 1.
County commissioners approved several state grants, including a Victim of Crime Act grant for the district attorney’s office and a Continuing County Probation and Parole grant for the probation department.