When our ability to collect the facts is impeded, we will let you know that. Now is one of those times.
State Sen. Dave Arnold (R-48) addresses his concerns with Governor Tom Wolf’s communication and response to the coronavirus threat.
And just like that our lives have changed.
This month’s library letter comes from Dee L. Neff, director of the Annville Free Library.
State Sen. Dave Arnold (R-48) explains why his first piece of legislation is Senate Bill 1075, which would enhance the criminal penalties for an individual who is convicted of possessing child pornography.
State Sen. Dave Arnold (R-48) shares why he is opposed to proposed fundings cuts to the horse racing industry.
Our second Library Letter comes from Amy Davis, director of the Myerstown Community Library.
HACC President John Sygielski: “HACC is committed to Lebanon and will remain in Lebanon.”
Our first Library Letter in partnership with the Lebanon County Library Association comes from Pamela Raytick, librarian at Cedar Crest Middle School.
A longtime contributor to the Daily News shares his opinion of how the paper has lost its local connection
The Chairwoman of the South Londonderry Township Board of Supervisors explains why she is opposed to Gov. Tom Wolf’s proposed severance tax.
A column from Becky Gacono about community – how important it is, and what we can do to sustain it.
On Giving Tuesday, December 3, 2019, join 20 local, Lebanon nonprofits in a giving event that will last until the end of the year, and help them to make a difference.
Lebanon ranked #1 in brain drain according to Bloomberg News, but the study may not be what it appears.
We regret that Lebanon Internal Medical Associates chose to portray our decision to partner with our major healthcare systems as a departure from choice that would negatively impact our resident care.