With sales booming and complaints pouring in, some lawmakers want to reinstate a ban, but the state desperately needs the tax revenue.
Playground equipment in Lebanon and Stoever’s Dam Park will be reopened tomorrow as part of Lebanon County officially entering the ‘green’ phase of the state’s reopening plan.
The state permanently lost $444 million in June alone, with that number expected to be $5 billion overall by this time next year.
Prospective operator Allaire has sought to terminate its asset purchase agreement for Cedar Haven over alleged breach of contract.
In the first of two constitutional showdowns, the court rejected the GOP’s argument that it can strip Wolf of his emergency power without his consent.
Health Secretary Rachel Levine said the order was necessary to prevent another statewide shutdown.
Lebanon County is set to turn ‘green’ on Friday, July 3, the last of Pennsylvania’s 67 counties to do so.
Two parts of the section of I-81 passing through Lebanon County, Exits 85 and 89, received a number of comments from survey participants.
The program will begin accepting applications July 6, but with the eviction moratorium set to expire a few days later, some fear the cash won’t flow fast enough.
LebTown has run the numbers and calculated how June compared to May in terms of new cases and increased testing.
Lebanon is no longer the southcentral region county with the highest number of new cases over the last 14 days per 100,000 residents.
Here are the latest obituaries from around Lebanon County.
Some counties are leaning on trusted community messengers to improve contact tracing success.
The state has announced that on Friday, July 3, Lebanon County will be advanced to the ‘green’ phase of the state’s tiered reopening plan.
The state has signaled that Lebanon County is headed in the right direction for a move to ‘green’, with a move to potentially occur next week.