A report presented to Lebanon County commissioners reveals a significant shortage in available and affordable housing, negatively impacting the county’s economy and growth.
The fifth-generation JDS Family Farm in North Londonderry Township, surrounded by residential development, is adapting to the changing landscape by focusing on local sales through a roadside market.
The county will conduct a trial run on e-poll book digital technology during the municipal election this fall.
Public comments concerning management of Governor Dick Park took center stage on Thursday for a second consecutive meeting of the Lebanon County Commissioners.
Lebanon County has too few affordable and accessible housing to meet growing need, study shows.
Members of The Perse will have more than the Labor Day holiday to celebrate this weekend.
Collaboration, technology, and enhanced security highlight North Lebanon School District’s new $55 million elementary school.
As Pennsylvania FFA president, Crystal Bomgardner will promote agricultural education and a need for more ag educators in the coming year.
While there is no interruption in delivery of emergency services to county residents, supply chain issues are delaying completion of the county’s new $30 million 911 Center.
Although Ono residents will receive a refund for post office boxes at the Jonestown post office, there’s still no resolution to having mail delivery returned to the tiny town.
Three Governor Dick Park board members presented a report to the Lebanon County Commissioners on Wednesday, Aug. 16, that was based on questions posed by the Friends of Governor Dick organization at a public meeting before the commissioners in April.
Commissioners entertain public comments, approve new union contract and pass other motions during bi-weekly meeting on Thursday, Aug. 17.
South Londonderry Township supervisors approve an agreement to govern internships within the police department.
The sale of four former elementary schools finalized, Northern Lebanon School District’s new elementary school will welcome students in September.
Nearly $1.8 million will be donated to three organizations thanks to funding bequeathed by a Lebanon County resident.