If you hear some loud booms next Wednesday, worry not: It’s just the Gap.
MNG Enterprises (aka Digital First Media) could soon once again own the Lebanon Daily News.
The Richland Community Swimming Pool Association achieved a major milestone recently with the filling-in of the original pools.
In this article from our partner The Conversation, a Boston University professor looks at how the loss of income could affect 800,000 federal workers.
Lebanon County Prothonotary/Clerk of Courts Barbara A. Smith announced that she would be seeking re-election to the position to which she was first appointed in 2014.
In a release distributed last night, Dawn Blauch of Palmyra announced her candidacy for Lebanon County Recorder of Deeds.
The City of Lebanon announced that the North Seventh Street railroad crossing will be closed from January 14 to 17 next week as Norfolk Southern makes improvements at that location.
If you move vehicles or products within Lebanon County, you or a designated employee must complete an online training by May 1 in order to receive a Spotted Lanternfly Permit.
The “Clean Slate” program establishes a set of automated rules for the sealing of non-violent misdemeanor offenses.
The Lebanon City Police Department has requested the public’s help in locating a local man who did not return home yesterday as his wife expected.
On Tuesday January 22, Lebanon Transit will hold a grand opening for its new compressed natural gas (CNG) station aside the authority’s headquarters located at 200 Willow Street in Lebanon.
Pennsylvania State Police Troop L announced the official results of the New Year’s Holiday Enforcement period, which ran from midnight Saturday December 29 to midnight Tuesday January 1.
With the federal government shutdown entering its third week, LebTown wanted to understand its impact from the local level.
North Lebanon Township Police confirmed Friday that there is an active and ongoing investigation into a series of rifle rounds that struck houses in the area of Grace Avenue on December 30.
In a press release distributed yesterday, Daniel K. Bost announced that he will be seeking a full term as Lebanon County Recorder of Deeds.