Lebanon County Commissioners approved a resolution Thursday to provide tax abatement for the rehabilitation of commercial properties in Myerstown Borough via the state’s Local Economic Revitalization Tax Assistance Act program.
St. John’s United Church of Christ closed June 28. The church had been active for 159 years.
Commercial developer Arthur Campbell believes the future growth of retail space in Lebanon County looks bright.
The commissioners approved by a unanimous vote a request to grant Hershey a 10-year tax abatement under the Local Economic Revitalization Tax Assistance Act (LERTA) program.
Business derived through his CSA, as well as other direct-to-consumer marketing initiatives, is booming this growing season because of COVID-19.
Testing will begin this Tuesday and will continue on various dates through the end of August. Foodstuffs donated by the Central Pennsylvania Food Bank will also be available.
The new facility will be home turf for illustrious Prevail teams, which have never had a court of their own.
The near-loss of her family’s dairy farm in 2018 was an eye-opening experience for Paige Peiffer. Now she’s advocating for her family’s industry in unprecedented times.
A three-day pop-up event will be held this week to address the healthcare needs of the county’s Latino population.
COVID-19 may have temporarily detoured social workers from helping individuals battling addiction, but a two-day event is being held this week to get people back on the road to recovery.
A hearing before the East Hanover Township Zoning Board previously scheduled for Wednesday, June 17, to vote on a variance request to allow construction on agriculturally zoned land has been postponed to Aug. 19.
Residents are concerned about groundwater contamination, out-of-county trash haulers and unpleasant odor. Local authorities spoke to LebTown to clear the air.
The Perse projects that its revenue, which accounts for 90 percent of the volunteer fire company’s annual budget, has taken a hit of nearly $145,000 since the club was forced to close on March 17.
Supporting your local dairy farm may seem like a small act, but the economic impact of that support is much larger than you may realize.