David Jones at the Patriot-News has the best interview yet with Ashley Moyer-Gleich, who is currently in her first season as a full-time NBA official.
Pennsylvania Secretary of Corrections John Wetzel, a former corrections officer at the Lebanon County Correctional Facility, co-authored this op-ed arguing that it’s time for the federal government to lift the ban on prison Pell Grants.
A local report on a national problem: Not enough resources for behavioral health services.
Here are the most recent food safety violations in Lebanon County, as documented by Pennsylvania’s Department of Agriculture.
Rutter’s convenience store confirmed today that the company is actively exploring opportunities in the Jonestown area, but no location is currently on the schedule.
Pennsylvania State Police have issued a new release regarding Tuesday’s fatal shooting of Mitchell James Hammer, adding new light to the circumstances surrounding his death.
Yet another reason to go organic?
The Lebanon Daily News speaks with Alan Funck about the newly-renovated Rising Sun in Campbelltown.
Lebanon County did not receive any new permits for medical marijuana dispensaries in phase II of the Pennsylvania Department of Health’s dispensary permitting process.
Annville man Mitchell James Hammer, 27, died today at the Hershey Medical Center after being transported there following being shot while fleeing state police outside Grantville.
City of Lebanon Mayor Sherry Capello along with other state and local officials spoke this afternoon at a press conference in the Lebanon County Municipal Building to discuss Lebanon’s recent designation as a Keystone Main Street.
Historian Bill Warner examines how opera fudge has been around for more than a century but, incredibly, it has never strayed far beyond Lebanon County’s borders.
Messiah College’s DJ Cole was named Division III National Player of the Year, the United States Soccer Coaches announced last Thursday in Kansas City, MO.
The City of Lebanon is officially the commonwealth’s latest participant in the Keystone Main Street (KMS) program.
A new complaint by the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission indicates statewide concern with the corrosion control program being used on Mariner East 1.