The Senate on Wednesday approved a bill to require use-of-force tracking and reporting, but critics contend it falls short of broader efforts elsewhere.
Test volume has begun trending back towards earlier average levels, with 872 tests in the last seven days compared to 1,329 tests in the seven days prior. In May, an average of 540 tests were conducted each seven days.
Casey Long will step down after six years in the position and has endorsed Edward Lynch Jr. as a successor.
As Pennsylvania reopens, the long-term consequences of inconsistency and a lack of enforcement are becoming evident in downtowns throughout the state.
A clash of deep-pocketed lobbying interests and concerns from some rank-and-file Republican lawmakers might stall the effort, though it will probably return in the fall.
The outbreak of COVID-19 at Cedar Haven appears to have been contained, with the facility reporting no new confirmed cases over the last ten days.
The City of Lebanon adopted a new comprehensive zoning ordinance last night, among other business.
William Penn, longtime downtown Lebanon bar, takes preliminary step toward possible reopening. Still needs PLCB OK.
Lancaster County Republican Bryan Cutler assumes control as new House speaker as the legislature faces mammoth challenges with the coronavirus, finances, and police reform.
Test volume is trending back down towards historical average levels.
Here are the latest obituaries from around Lebanon County.
While Pennsylvania takes its first steps on police reform, other states are far ahead in making misconduct data and records available to the public.
The maneuvering offers a window into the raw intersection between politics and policy-making in Pennsylvania, and how campaign dollars can drive the legislative agenda.
Lebanon City announced Friday afternoon that its fundraising effort for a Fourth of July fireworks display was a success.
As of next Friday, Lebanon County will be the only of Pennsylvania’s 67 counties to remain in the ‘yellow’ phase.