No appointment is needed, but anyone applying for a passport must personally come to the office.
A planned bicycle playground in Coleman Memorial Park for youngsters looks like a win-win situation for the community and the city, as the project is expected to cost the city little or nothing.
On Wednesday, Feb. 19, a hearing was held before Lebanon County Judge John Tylwalk who ordered the charges be reduced to obstruction of governmental authority.
The Lebanon County Commissioners received the annual accidental death and suicide report on Thursday at their regular meeting.
Two longtime county employees were recognized for their service by the Lebanon County Commissioners Thursday, receiving proclamations for their work.
This week, the Lebanon County Commissioners honored the commitment and dedication of a local man by renaming the Lebanon County Correctional Facility Training Academy the Edward B. McIntyre Officer Training Academy.
After three years of negotiations over a four acre lot of farmland near the Career and Technical Center, a sale is now expected to be settled by June.
A secure perimeter is coming to Fort Indiantown Gap, with the military base being split into two parts: a publicly accessible portion and an enclosed portion around the garrison.
A walk-in passport application day will be held Saturday, March 14.
It should be a big year for the Lebanon City Council – a potential move of City Hall downtown and the demolition of the pool at Coleman Memorial Park.
Dave Arnold and Michael Schroeder squared off last night, their first joint public appearance in the run-up to next Tuesday’s SD-48 special election.
The Lebanon County Commissioners met Monday to close the books on 2019 and open proceedings for 2020.
Charges have not yet been officially reduced, but an attorney for Timothy Getz said that a resolution is in sight.
The City of Lebanon is poised to move City Hall into the HACC campus building, with the deal now hinging on the county buying out the City of Lebanon’s portion of the municipal building.
Lebanon County Commissioners approved the 2020 county budget Thursday, Dec. 26, with no changes from the preliminary budget and no increase in taxes.