PAWS has not seen an increase in abandonments or surrenders, but adoptions have slowed as the country grapples with the novel coronavirus.
The social distancing that’s required to reduce the spread of the coronavirus also creates problems for agencies dealing with substance abuse issues in the community.
The county’s six public school districts are coordinating efforts to keep educational channels open during the coronavirus shutdown.
Crime isn’t on lockdown, despite the coronavirus precautions that are keeping many people confined to their homes.
Dave Rotunda, a local restaurant owner, aired his grievances with Gov. Tom Wolf’s recent order to close restaurants and bars in Pennsylvania for two weeks in a Facebook video that quickly went viral.
Details on how WellSpan Health and UPMC are gearing up COVID-19 testing efforts in Lebanon County.
To meet the need during COVID-19, several school districts in Lebanon County are offering meals to keep those young tummies full.
Lebanon County nursing homes such as Spang Crest and Cedar Haven are doing their best to limit exposure to the outside world.
“It’s never been busier than it’s been the last three days. Much worse than a bad snowstorm.”
The fate of the Mariner East Pipeline’s pump station in West Cornwall Township remains in the hands of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.
Government officials and health-care providers in Pennsylvania are preparing for the outbreak of coronavirus to spread to the Keystone State.
The heavily traveled stretch of Interstate 81 through south-central Pennsylvania is badly in need of an upgrade.
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.