Here are the latest obituaries from around Lebanon County.
Democratic and Republican lawmakers recently recessed until September without resolving key issues including election changes, cocktails to-go, lobbying reform, and more.
Two Philadelphia addiction treatment facilities and their owners face criminal charges for allegedly sending illegal kickbacks to recovery homes and forcing patients into substandard care.
Lebanon County commissioners approved Thursday the recertification of all 60 polling places as handicap accessible.
Lebanon County’s top prosecutor is getting outside assistance in her bid to win a conviction in the brutal abuse and murder of a 12-year-old Lebanon boy.
State lawmakers are calling into question whether the Department of Health should be jumping into another, more expensive contact tracing contract after a severe data breach with the last company.
Anti-gerrymandering advocates are relying on promises from those in charge of drawing the state’s political maps to hold hearings and allow citizen input.
Republican lawmakers are likely to use the constitutional amendment process to take the issue to the voters.
Local private investigation firm is part of partisan Arizona review of ballots cast in last November’s presidential election.
Protesters say city officials haven’t made good on promises to supply local police with body cameras. The mayor says she’s working on it.
The Republican-controlled legislature did not renew a statewide preemption on single-use plastics, opening the door for cities and municipalities to institute their own bans.
Fee increases for appeal hearings, possible tax break for buyer of old Northwest Elementary School highlight last night’s Lebanon City Council meeting.
Fire at Henry Molded Products contained without injuries. Company president says quick reopening of West Lebanon plant expected.
Work to transform the intersection of Colebrook Rd. and Rocherty Rd. in North Cornwall Twp. into a roundabout began this week.
Lebanon celebrated its first ever Pride festival on Saturday, June 26, with organizers saying that event turnout exceeded their expectations.