Taste of Sicily has now received a total of $10,000 in civil penalties from the state for operating with a suspended license.
The grants distributed a total of $16,130 to the Lebanon YMCA, Lebanon Family Health Services (LFHS), Sexual Assault Resource and Counseling Center (SARCC), and Lebanon Valley Volunteers in Medicine (VIM).
At one point, Brandt’s Mill was recognized as the longest operating flour mill in the United States.
The funds, obtained through HUD’s HOME Investment Partnerships Program and dispersed by the state, will rehabilitate six owner-occupied houses on the north side of the city.
Nestlé is paring down its share of the bottled water industry, and that may have an impact on some 300 acres surrounding a freshwater spring near Newmanstown.
Taste of Sicily has now received a total of $6,000 in civil penalties from the state for operating with a suspended license.
With the banners, CLA will show essential workers the recognition they have earned through their service to the community.
WellSpan will open its first Lebanon County walk-in urgent care center between Annville and Palmyra by late August, allowing some patients to avoid ER visits.
Spearheaded by the Lebanon County Recovery Task Force, the collaborative Forward Together Lebanon initiative seeks to lessen the economic impact of the coronavirus.
The money, expected to help 50 to 100 small or very small businesses, comes from federal Community Development Block Grant funds. Applications open June 24.
Lebanon Transit will be offering free rides to veterans from Monday, June 29, through Friday, July 3.
Guidelines for the $225 million COVID-19 Relief Statewide Small Business Grants program were released earlier this month by the state Department of Community and Economic Development.
Taste of Sicily receives second fine from state, $2,000 penalty double original fine. State says penalties may increase to $10,000 per day; restaurant says it won’t pay them.
Republican legislators, many of whom have supported the state’s legal medical marijuana program, have until lately avoided discussions of legalizing the drug for recreation.
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.