Palmyra Board of School Directors president Christopher Connell responds to Casey Long’s letter from earlier this week.
Former PASD school board member Kurt Koennecke responds to yesterday’s letter to the editor from Lebanon County Republican Committee Chairman Casey Long.
In a letter to the editor, Lebanon County GOP chairman Casey Long makes the case that PASD should avoid a real estate tax increase at all costs.
State Sen. Dave Arnold (R-48) addresses the billion dollar question – Where do we go from here?
In these polarized times, it’s even more important that we focus on our original promise to you: Independent, fact-based, non-partisan reporting.
Every year, more of Pennsylvania’s sprawling and costly bureaucracy operates without scrutiny from investigative reporters.
Lebanon County’s libraries are doing everything they can to help our community get through this pandemic and come out the other side even stronger, more caring, and more resourceful than we were before.
It’s just not done. Not in most newspapers these days.
LVC grad and Pennsylvania counties representative Lisa Schaefer says counties are finding new and innovative ways to hold meetings and conduct business in ways that still keep the public informed about action.
Staying home this week could save a life next.
State Rep. Russ Diamond (R-102) shares a letter to Gov. Tom Wolf making the case that a public list of businesses waived to operate would reduce the opportunity for fraud.
When “normal” legislative work is resumed, the Pennsylvania State Grange urges lawmakers to make high-speed access to broadband an urgent priority.
We are doubling down on last week’s editorial and making a new request of the Department of Health.
Farmer and banker Mike Firestine shares his thoughts on why proposed “right to repair” legislation would be bad for farmers.
When our ability to collect the facts is impeded, we will let you know that. Now is one of those times.