Lebanon County DA Pier Hess Graf didn’t expect to be thrust into the news quite so quickly.
The Lebanon County Career and Technology Center will be reducing the size of its cosmetology program as it looks to new replacements better suited to local employer needs.
South Lebanon Township is the latest Lebanon County municipality to launch a trap, neuter, and release program to combat a rising problem with stray and feral cats.
Polls will be open Tuesday for a special election to fill the District 48 seat in the state Senate.
Several local, state and, national organizations have announced endorsements in a special election to fill an empty state Senate seat representing Lebanon County and portions of York and Dauphin counties.
Local law enforcement officers support a pending bill to make municipal police eligible to use radar for speed limit enforcement, with the hopes of improving public safety.
The pesky spotted lanternfly isn’t likely to grinch up the holidays for anyone bringing a live or fresh-cut Christmas tree into their homes this winter.
A Jonestown woman says she’s gotten an “outpouring of support” from the community since the Pennsylvania SPCA raided her shelter and seized nearly 100 dogs and cats.
When Cornwall Borough passed an ordinance barring residents from feeding feral cats, borough resident Jennifer Wentzel thought there was a better way to go.
Many veterans who ran afoul of the criminal justice system ended up in prison or became repeat offenders. However, since December 2018, Veterans Court has offered qualified veterans in Lebanon County another option.
It was intended as a one-time event, but the Myerstown Block Party is back for a second round.
Susan Wood wants people thinking about the way the lines of government are drawn.
The people devoted to resurrecting the 4-acre site don’t know yet what it will become, but several proposals are already being floated.
Part-time employees of a Lebanon-based trucking company allege their employer is shortchanging several dedicated workers.
People who feed feral cats are unlikely to end up in jail, the Cornwall Borough police chief said Tuesday – despite a new ordinance banning the practice.