Jeffrey P. Ruppenthal, a beloved and respected sports photographer for several midstate newspapers, has died at age 71 after a 40-year career.
The 12th annual memorial march will take place on Saturday, Sept. 23, 2023, at Strickler Field, Fort Indiantown Gap, rain or shine.
The 1-mile stretch of Route 422 that spans Cleona Borough has come under a microscope as borough officials and residents work with Lebanon County planning officials to decide the best options to improve the busy east-west corridor.
At a hearing Thursday, the Cleona Borough Zoning Hearing Board (ZHB) unanimously agreed to approve a special exception for a solar farm at 195 N. Mill St.
Here are the latest updates from local and state police in Lebanon County.
A 44-year-old Palmyra man has been convicted of 10 felony and misdemeanor charges stemming from his participation in the violent Jan. 6, 2021 insurrection at the United States Capitol.
Here are the latest obituaries from around Lebanon County.
Motorists traveling on Interstate 78 and Interstate 81 within Lebanon County should brace for potential delays this week.
The county will conduct a trial run on e-poll book digital technology during the municipal election this fall.
Public comments concerning management of Governor Dick Park took center stage on Thursday for a second consecutive meeting of the Lebanon County Commissioners.
During the Nov. 7 election, six candidates will run for Pennsylvania’s intermediate appellate courts, which wield significant power over legal disputes and criminal cases that directly affect your life.
In addition to other routine business, the Jonestown Borough Council provided updates on the 49 West Market Street park beautification project on Tuesday’s meeting.
Lebanon County has too few affordable and accessible housing to meet growing need, study shows.
The public can no longer use an online search of public employee emails after the state removed it due to security concerns.
A simulated major accident, known as the Hazardous Materials Functional Tabletop Training Exercise, will be conducted by public officials and emergency responders on Sept. 28 in Ono, aiming to identify gaps and improve emergency response strategies.