A new, realistic aviation accident site is just one of the many training courses keeping Fort Indiantown Gap busy as fall approaches.
Lebanon County’s computer systems were taken offline this afternoon after it became known that the network had been affected by a computer virus.
Lebanon County native Lateesha Mohl will participate in a mixed martial arts promotion in Philly next month.
According to a release from Lebanon City Police, a domestic argument Saturday night led to a shooting that put one into a local medical center and another into jail.
Civil War reenactments, a paint night, and more are happening this weekend in Lebanon County!
Here are our photos of Wednesday morning’s four-alarm fire at the Corvette Grille.
A local judge has upheld the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board’s refusal to renew the liquor license of the William Penn Restaurant and Bar.
A large fire broke out at the Corvette Grille in Annville on Wednesday morning.
An annual Cornwall Manor Retirement Community scholarship fund has recognized its two latest recipients.
The 45th annual Mount Gretna Outdoor Art Show opened today, with organizers citing record attendance.
Lebanon County Commissioners bid goodbye and happy retirements to two longtime employees at their meeting this week.
Lebanon Transit has announced the continuation of $1 each-way fares for students.
The bankrupt owner of Cedar Haven, the nursing home formerly owned by Lebanon County, is asking a Delaware Bankruptcy Court for permission to hire a firm to seek a buyer for the facility.
The Mount Gretna Outdoor Arts Show will draw big crowds to the area this weekend and some accompanying road closures and temporary traffic patterns.
A fire broke out last evening at Burger King located along Route 422 in North Londonderry Township.