The Children‘s Miracle Network and a new ID badge that will be offered to county veterans were topics of discussion at the most recent County Commissioners meeting.
In case you haven’t already stopped at the new addition on South 12th Street, here’s all you need to know about the Weis Gas N’ Go.
After his March injury, Lebanon firefighter Dave Smiley returned to work October 13.
In a brief appearance this morning before Magisterial District Judge Thomas M. Capello, former Lebanon County state senator Michael J. Folmer waived his preliminary hearing on the child pornography charges filed against him last month.
Each year, the Community of Lebanon Association recognizes members who have distinguished themselves in business and community.
A recent ruling by a Lebanon County judge allows the continuation of a defamation lawsuit filed by Matthew A. Shirk, previously a contender for Lebanon County Commissioner, against supporters of a Political Action Committee that was critical of his candidacy.
Irv’s Pub on East Chocolate Ave. is “Hershey’s First and Only Gastropub.” This Saturday, October 19, it will still be able to make that claim when it becomes Rotunda Brew Pub.
The Sexual Assault Resource & Counseling Center is holding a drag show on the HACC campus starting at 8pm, October 18.
A Jackson Township farmer has been charged with aggravated assault, simple assault, and harassment in connection with an incident that occurred on Sept. 4 during a barn fire on the property of Marlin Getz.
The Lebanon County Commission For Women (LCCW) is now accepting nominees to the 2020 Women’s Hall of Fame and they need your help to find them.
This weekend the Pennsylvania Game Commision will be opening up the Stony Valley Rail Trail to motor vehicles for the annual “Stony Valley Drive Thru”.
Three Annville-Cleona football players were on their way to the team’s weekly spaghetti dinner Oct. 3 when their car was hit at the intersection of Palmyra Bellegrove and Syner roads in North Annville Township.
A chase in the City of Lebanon Tuesday ended with a flipped Ford Explorer and its driver charged with a felony.
The Krall Barn, an 18th-century log barn now being reconstructed at the Union Canal Tunnel Park, is getting ever closer to completion.
A roundup of the most recent blotters from local police departments.