In a press release distributed yesterday, Daniel K. Bost announced that he will be seeking a full term as Lebanon County Recorder of Deeds.
A reader-submitted video captured the loud boom and flash witnessed across Central Pennsylvania on New Year’s Eve.
Last night’s Lebanon New Year’s Eve bologna drop included a first-ever addition: The Bologna Ranger, a papier-mâché anthropomorphized six-foot-tall piece of bologna.
According to multiple posts on Facebook, a set of loud ground-shaking noises was heard last night in areas of eastern and northern Lebanon County, such as Avon, Myerstown, and Fredericksburg.
With the fate of the Quentin Riding Club hanging in the balance, a vote held by the club membership last Friday constitutes the organization’s greatest step yet towards long-term preservation of the historic 46-acre site as an active equestrian facility.
Hershey-born international soccer star Christian Pulisic has acquired a million dollar property for his family in Lebanon County.
The Philadelphia Eagles are once again going to the playoffs. We wanted to recognize the two men with Lebanon connections who helped make it happen: Frank Reich and Matt Nagy.
Pennsylvania State Police have issued a new release regarding Tuesday’s fatal shooting of Mitchell James Hammer, adding new light to the circumstances surrounding his death.
Yet another reason to go organic?
Annville man Mitchell James Hammer, 27, died today at the Hershey Medical Center after being transported there following being shot while fleeing state police outside Grantville.
City of Lebanon Mayor Sherry Capello along with other state and local officials spoke this afternoon at a press conference in the Lebanon County Municipal Building to discuss Lebanon’s recent designation as a Keystone Main Street.
The City of Lebanon is officially the commonwealth’s latest participant in the Keystone Main Street (KMS) program.
A new complaint by the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission indicates statewide concern with the corrosion control program being used on Mariner East 1.
Matt Shirk, current treasurer for the Lebanon County Republican Committee, announced his candidacy for one of the three Lebanon County Commissioner seats that will be contested next fall.
Penn State and Lancaster-Lebanon IU 13 were among the Pennsylvania institutions to face bomb threats today, according to reports by Onward State and the Lebanon Daily News.