Lebanon County will no longer provide targeted case management (TCM) services for local residents through their Mental Health/Intellectual Disabilities/Early Intervention(MH/ID/EI) department beginning July 1.
County commissioners approved Thursday by a split vote a five-year tax abatement request totaling over $518,500 for DHL Express, a transportation company that plans to invest $88 million in blighted property in South Lebanon Township.
After nearly 47 years with the Cornwall Borough Police Department, Chief Bruce Harris will hand in his badge and service revolver when he retires from the force on Friday, May 7.
After the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the JOY Food Pantry in Jonestown saw an increase in need and a decrease in food and monetary donations from other non-profits that supported them in the past.
After lengthy discussion, the commissioners voted along party lines, 2-1, to limit access to the box to regular business hours.
After nearly 25 years of daily use by local residents and exposure to the elements, Lions Lake Park is due for a much-needed facelift.
Slammed by CHIRP funding requests, local agency weighs options.
Capacity at Lebanon County’s mass vaccination site is expanding as WellSpan capacity comes online.
Updates on the Wengert Memorial Park, the county’s mass vaccination efforts, and a rent relief program were part of Thursday’s County Commissioners meeting.
Lebanon County’s mass coronavirus vaccination site opens for business today with the first 1,000 scheduled local residents slated to be inoculated over a 12-hour period.
As of Monday, Lebanon County businesses whose NAICS code is 72, which includes accommodations and food services, are eligible to apply for funding relief under the COVID-19 Hospitality Relief Program.
Financial relief for over $10 million for renters and business owners within the hospitality industry is headed to Lebanon County.
County commissioners learned Thursday that Lebanon County is slated to receive nearly $8.5 million in rental relief for residents unable to pay their housing bills due to the coronavirus pandemic.
While this week is busy with another storm forecast for Thursday, it appears that the coming weeks and months will continue a weather pattern that’s been present since the fall for Lebanon County — drier-than-normal conditions.
For now, water levels for the City of Lebanon Authority, which provides water to 20,000 customers in central Lebanon County, are at normal levels, according to Jon Beers, Executive Director, City of Lebanon Authority.