Lebanon County is now tracking at 994 cases of the novel coronavirus, according to current Pennsylvania Department of Health data, with 4,795 negative tests.
Two local women are organizing a noon protest Thursday, June 4, over the death of George Floyd.
The public comment period on updates to long- and short-term transportation plans began last week and will close on June 17.
The death of George Floyd has reignited a push by Democrats, but without Republicans the measures don’t stand a chance.
Lebanon County is now tracking at 980 cases of the novel coronavirus, according to current Pennsylvania Department of Health data, with 4,726 negative tests.
If you hear rumblings from northern Lebanon County in the next few weeks, worry not—it’s probably just the Gap.
The reasons vary from apparent misunderstandings to facilities wrongly holding onto the $1,200 or, in one extreme case, threatening to evict residents unless they turned over the funds.
Just over half of the shortfall was due to the economic slowdown caused by efforts to contain the outbreak.
Lebanon County currently has the lowest rate of new cases over the last 14 days per 100,000 residents – 67 – compared to 117 to for Dauphin and Lancaster counties, 72 for Schuylkill County, and 84 for Berks County.
The Lebanon County Court of Common Pleas and all six Lebanon County magisterial district courts will reopen to the public Monday, June 1, with restrictions designed to discourage the spread of the novel coronavirus.
Here are the latest obituaries from around Lebanon County.
This week, the legislature approved a package that would allocate $2.6 billion for a variety of purposes including providing relief to counties and hard-hit long-term care facilities.
Lebanon County is tracking right in line with the southcentral region overall in terms of the number of new cases over the last 14 days per 100,000 residents, and both are below the statewide figures.
Lebanon County state Representatives Russ Diamond (R-102) and Frank Ryan (R-101) said they followed protocols after learning that a member of their caucus had been diagnosed with COVID-19.
Lebanon County is now officially in the “Yellow Phase” of Gov. Tom Wolf’s framework to reopen Pennsylvania businesses affected by COVID-19 restrictions.