Improvements in hospitalizations, positive rate but both remain high.
The Thursday meeting of the Lebanon County Commissioners saw the hiring of Tina Litz to the position of county prison warden.
The proposal was submitted for Round 1 of the Emergency Solutions Grant established by the CARES Act (ESG-CV), on behalf of Community Action Partnership and Lebanon County Christian Ministries.
The hearing was the first of 14 Republicans intend to hold on the administration of an election they largely won. Democrats launched a counter-offensive, “Defending Democracy,” to “address the lies.”
Liz Wagenseller will lead an office that plays a critical role for journalists and citizens whose requests for these records are denied, they believe, unfairly.
In terms of relative comparisons, the current figure of 1,013 new COVID-19 cases over the last 14 days per 100,000 residents is 37% lower than Lebanon County’s figures one month ago and 29% lower compared to 14 days ago.
The death of Republican State Senator David J. Arnold, Jr. on Jan. 17, 2021 has left the 48th District senatorial seat vacant for the second time in less than 16 months, and it appears that the same procedure that sent Arnold to Harrisburg will be used to choose his successor.
A carefully constructed county plan to corral the influx of residents seeking a coronavirus vaccination was upended Tuesday when the Pennsylvania Department of Health again revised its vaccine distribution plan.
Weekly positive rate recedes from month-long spike, still significantly above November average.
New COVID-19 Emergency Rental Assistance will soon be available for Lebanon County residents who are homeless or in danger of eviction.
Positive rate for January to date dips below December average. Still up significantly from November.
Here are the latest obituaries from around Lebanon County.
State Senator Dave Arnold died Sunday, Jan. 17, from brain cancer.
COVID-19 positive rates appear to have peaked, for now at least.
The state is set to lose a congressional seat. The representation of millions of people is on the line. And Republicans and Democrats will have to do what seems impossible — get along.