Following periods of snow on Tuesday, the Polar Vortex will move into the area bringing with it very cold temperatures.
Mariner East 1 is currently shut down across the state in the wake of a Chester County sinkhole that exposed sections of the pipe.
PennDOT will begin issuing REAL IDs in March
Winter Field Day is organized out of the belief that practicing emergency scenarios should not be limited to fair weather.
The Foundry Craft Grillery restaurant in the Lebanon Farmers Market will close, according to a report in today’s Lebanon Daily News.
City of Lebanon Police announced today that charges have been filed against a 33 year old Lebanon resident in conjunction with a November 2018 fire.
Roxanna Gapstur, PhD and RN, took the reins at York-based WellSpan Health System earlier this month and recorded a video intro that we wanted to share.
The Lebanon VA Medical Center has released more information regarding its accidental exposure of veterans’ medical information this past November.
After notifying next of kin, North Cornwall Township Police have identified the driver killed in last night’s crash on Cumberland Street/Route 422 as Kyann Ruth Schnoke, 22, of Womelsdorf.
A car crashed into a building at 2240 Cumberland Street last night and sparked a 3-alarm blaze that left the driver dead.
While the Lebanon Valley was relatively spared from the true wrath of winter storm Harper, the massive weather system is leaving in its wake frigid temperatures that will make their way through the area on Monday.
City of Lebanon Police have apprehended two individuals in conjunction with this morning’s shooting at 1140 Church Street, according to their latest release. A third remains at large after evading arrest.
In a release issued moments ago, City of Lebanon police confirmed that early this morning just before 5:00 am, patrolmen responded to audible shots fired in the area of N. 12th and Church Street.
For fiscal year 2018, Fort Indiantown Gap led the nation as the largest National Guard training facility, with nearly 900,000 mandays of training by more than 150,000 individuals.
Sunbury-based Weis Markets, Inc announced a new program this week that emphasizes new “low, low prices” on thousands of items in the market.