Despite a strong performance, Annville-Cleona fell to Schuylkill Valley 14-13 after a last-minute field goal attempt went wide.
Jeffrey Beiler II, the new executive director of the Lebanon VA Medical Center, is focused on maintaining the center’s top ranking and expanding services to reach more veterans.
The museum at Perseverance Fire Company, believed to be the only one of its kind in Lebanon County, displays a range of historic firefighting gear, including a wooden hand pumper from the early 1800s and a fire bell from a 1922 Model-T Ford fire engine.
Celebrating its 40th anniversary, Lebanon County’s Optical Storage Solutions, Inc. continues to innovate, providing software solutions for municipal governments to store and access records electronically.
Lebanon County has launched a Records Alert program to prevent potential property fraud and promote education among property owners.
Lebanon County government working collaboratively with township and borough officials to create a new comprehensive plan was a key takeaway of the 108th annual convention of local municipal officials on Thursday, Oct. 12.
Rising costs for mandatory programs and other factors creating a perfect storm in preparation of the 2024 budget for Lebanon County.
John Wengert, president of Lebanon Valley Rails-to-Trails, shares updates on the rail trail’s progress, with phases 6A and B under construction and phases 6C, 6D, 8, and 10 expected to finish by 2027.
Local national guardsman volunteers for Hawaiian relief following devastating wildfires, describes how Lebanon countians can help.
State legislators are considering multiple proposals to renew and increase a surcharge on phone lines that funds 911 services, with the current funding mechanism set to expire in January.
Despite a strong showing from QB-WR duo Paul Trace and Malachi Briddel, Lebanon suffered a heavy 56-6 defeat against Conestoga Valley on Friday.
While Lynn Struphar had no doubts about conserving his farm, the decision to enter the farmland preservation program requires consideration and planning.
Pennsylvania leads the nation in farmland preservation, with Lebanon County ranking 11th in the state for the most farms preserved and 8th in total acres conserved.
Supply chain issues and failed factory testing have postponed the completion of Lebanon County’s $30 million 911 center, initially set to open later this year.
Wilson capitalized on Cedar Crest’s errors to secure a 21-13 victory in a penalty-laden game on Friday, marking their second win in Lancaster Lebanon League Section One play.