Congressman Dan Meuser shares his thoughts on last week’s events and moving forward.
North Lebanon Township resident Russell Richmond: “As you can readily see, it is not a one-off issue about approving a Walmart distribution center.”
Lebanon County Commissioner Jo Ellen Litz: “It’s a time of year for reflection. While my review follows, please consider commenting about your year.”
State Rep. Frank Ryan writes: “Max’s plight has become a rallying cry for all of us to seek solutions to the barbaric treatment of anyone let alone a child.”
Librarians have adapted to the pandemic, but they can’t wait for libraries to return to being the loud, active, and interactive spaces they love – “Not your mom’s school library.”
Amaury Abreu: “What can we do as business owners to continue to move forward?”
Former CLSD board member: “In the end there are a great many lessons to be learned from this pandemic.”
Pennsylvania environmental nonprofit Clean Air Council argues that Sunoco has lost the public’s trust in its handling of the Mariner East pipeline.
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Amaury Abreu: “Over the past three months, a group of people in our community have taken the time to clean up the City of Lebanon.”
LebTown invited a few columnists to respond to last week’s New York Times article about mask wearing in Annville. Here’s the first response, from LVC professor Michael Schroeder.
Lucy Bickel, a junior at ELCO High School, writes about how the pandemic has affected her high school experience.
Lebanon senior Liann Melendez discusses how her senior year is being impacted by COVID-19.
State Rep. Frank Ryan writes: “The decisions will be tough, the choices real, and the urgency of acting the primary focus for the remaining budget.”
Electronic resources are vital during the pandemic and as we continue to face challenges with schooling and everyday research needs. However, some of our best resources are not found on a digital screen but are still within easy reach.