PennDOT has released online plans to replace a 93-year-old bridge on Route 419 (Schaeffer Road), about 1.5 miles west of Schaefferstown, near the village of Buffalo Springs.
Jason Todd — the candidate hired by County Commissioners to take the job — withdrew from the position a few days before he was expected to begin.
An additional 3,000 people will be excluded from a rule that ends “prison gerrymandering” in Pennsylvania’s state House and Senate maps.
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State Rep. Kevin Boyle of Philadelphia has been sidelined over what he called “incorrect information” about him. Democratic leaders have not disclosed the reason for their move.
Here are the latest obituaries from around Lebanon County.
Filling a vital role for public safety, the department of Child & Youth Services has no choice but to pay the bill for a court-ordered placement. COVID-caused spikes in provider costs are now straining the department’s budget.
Experts warn Pennsylvania is headed for a profound eldercare crisis as Alzheimer’s disease and dementia rates continue to climb. Statistics illustrate the cause of their concern.
The Tri-County Regional Planning Commission has identified 12 focus areas for improvements, each of which have “consistent needs that could be addressed by improvement projects or initiatives.”
They were among 72 Pennsylvania municipalities receiving nearly $5 million total in the final batch of first-round payments under the American Rescue Plan Act’s Coronavirus Local Fiscal Recovery program.
Though the program was well-intentioned — designed to provide relief to businesses during the early months of the pandemic shutdown — it was confusing and lacked transparency and accountability.
The GOP lawmakers have crafted a sweeping subpoena, requesting among other information the name, address and partial social security number of every voter registered as of November 2020.
A 3-way agreement that clears the way for the sale and commercial development of the old Northwest Elementary School on Lebanon’s north side was approved by Judge Bradford H. Charles at a court hearing Thursday.
The Office of Open Records ruled in favor of Spotlight PA and ordered the health department to disclose how many patients are certified for cannabis under each of the state’s qualifying conditions.
Myerstown man pleads guilty to unlawfully entering U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, refusing orders to leave. Faces Dec. 1 sentencing.