It should be a big year for the Lebanon City Council – a potential move of City Hall downtown and the demolition of the pool at Coleman Memorial Park.
Lebanon County State Reps Frank Ryan, Russ Diamond seek new terms in State House. Together, their districts cover almost all of Lebanon County.
We reveal the leatherheads in our last Past Calling and pose a new mystery – what can you tell us about this early 20th century photo of a Lebanon County farm?
Pro boxer Nicolas Hernandez (left) of the eponymous Nicky’s Boxing Club. Hernandez’s fight ended in a draw, but followed an otherwise total sweep for his club fighters.
The Pennsylvania Lottery announced that a million dollar ticket was sold at the Lebanon Weis (800 S. 12th St).
Dave Arnold and Michael Schroeder squared off last night, their first joint public appearance in the run-up to next Tuesday’s SD-48 special election.
The Lebanon County Commissioners met Monday to close the books on 2019 and open proceedings for 2020.
Here are the latest obituaries from around Lebanon County.
Charges have not yet been officially reduced, but an attorney for Timothy Getz said that a resolution is in sight.
Elected officials – new and incumbent – took their oaths of office Thursday morning in Courtroom 1 of the Lebanon Municipal Building.
Tuesday’s New Year’s Eve celebration marked not only the end of 2019, but also the end of a decade.
This year’s new 7:00 p.m. mini bologna drop in Lebanon drew families with children.
The City of Lebanon is poised to move City Hall into the HACC campus building, with the deal now hinging on the county buying out the City of Lebanon’s portion of the municipal building.
Lebanon County Commissioners approved the 2020 county budget Thursday, Dec. 26, with no changes from the preliminary budget and no increase in taxes.
Early in the bankruptcy, some worried that staffing and resident care would suffer, but the latest report suggests that Cedar Haven’s owner has kept up staffing and maintenance.