An Annville man is facing charges after he allegedly left multiple threatening voicemails for Manheim Township Police staff.
Farmers gathered at Fulton Bank’s annual agriculture seminar to discuss topics ranging from crafting a responsive Farm Bill to confronting international threats to animal health and exploring global economic trends.
While Christmas holds the top spot for candy sales at Wertz’s, Valentine’s Day and Easter are the other two holidays that draw the most business.
ELCO senior Morgan Kline defeated Taylor Miller 212-199 to repeat as the Lancaster-Lebanon League girls bowling champion Monday at Clearview Lanes.
According to Bellgrove Fire Company, the crash occurred at 1:56 a.m. in the 1500 block of PA State Route 934 when crews were called for a vehicle into a structure.
Jared Odrick speaks to LNP about his career in the NFL, the current state of Lebanon High athletics, and other topics.
Bucks County District Attorney Jen Schorn says Justin Mohn beheaded his father, made a YouTube video with the severed head, and wanted to torture federal employees by mobilizing the Pennsylvania National Guard at Fort Indiantown Gap.
State police said the chase began when a trooper tried to pull over a Kia SUV for traffic violations along Interstate 81 in Lebanon County, but instead of stopping it took off and drove through the Fort Indiantown Gap base at a high rate of speed before ramming through a gate and continuing south on I-81.
The Pennsylvania Farm Bill’s assistance in facilitating the complex transition of the Kline family’s Myerstown dairy farm underlines the bill’s significant impact in supporting farm continuity and growth in the state.
Andres Rodriguez was sentenced at the Lebanon County Courthouse Wednesday morning to spend the rest of his life in prison without parole for the fatal shooting of a local tattoo artist.
The Annville Township Police Department is on track to complete a merger with Palmyra Borough to form the Western Lebanon County Regional Police Department. According to a Facebook post released by the department, the anticipated start date is April 1, 2024.
If there were a pedigree for seamstresses, Olivia Morrissey and her cousin Mackenzie Stellmach would certainly come from sewing stock. The girls, whose mothers are sisters, can trace their family sewing heritage back at least four generations.
A daycare worker in Lebanon County is facing charges of child abuse for allegedly assaulting a toddler.
An undercover operation by the Pennsylvania Game Commission has led to several charges filed against the owner of a drone deer recovery business.
A group of Pennsylvania House lawmakers is asking U.S. Sen. Bob Casey, D-Pa., to support a bill allowing whole milk in schools. Casey’s office did not respond to a previous request for comment on the bill from Lancaster Farming. Pennsylvania’s other U.S. senator, John Fetterman, supports the bill.