The Perse projects that its revenue, which accounts for 90 percent of the volunteer fire company’s annual budget, has taken a hit of nearly $145,000 since the club was forced to close on March 17.
In the second of a series of columns from public figures on unitedness and healing, District Attorney Pier Hess Graf writes: “As a society, we all are at the crossroads. We either move forward, hopeful, or we allow the bitterness of late to consume us.”
A roundup of the most recent blotters from local police departments.
If you hear rumblings from northern Lebanon County in the next few weeks, worry not—it’s probably just the Gap.
Here are the most recent food safety violations in Lebanon County, as documented by Pennsylvania’s Department of Agriculture.
The reasons vary from apparent misunderstandings to facilities wrongly holding onto the $1,200 or, in one extreme case, threatening to evict residents unless they turned over the funds.
Just over half of the shortfall was due to the economic slowdown caused by efforts to contain the outbreak.
A Mt. Gretna resident shares a warning: “This virus is relentless and will track you down if you act in a reckless fashion and it will show no mercy.”
Lebanon County currently has the lowest rate of new cases over the last 14 days per 100,000 residents – 67 – compared to 117 to for Dauphin and Lancaster counties, 72 for Schuylkill County, and 84 for Berks County.
The Lebanon County Court of Common Pleas and all six Lebanon County magisterial district courts will reopen to the public Monday, June 1, with restrictions designed to discourage the spread of the novel coronavirus.
“Feeding the Frontliners” has received an additional $5K from the county to deliver meals from local restaurants to frontliner workers.
The Campbelltown Community Alliance completed a beautification project of the roundabout at Northside Drive and S. Forge Rd.
Here are the latest obituaries from around Lebanon County.
In the first of a series of columns from public figures on unitedness and healing, County Commissioner Jo Ellen Litz writes: “The nation mourns with the Floyd family. How can we stop this injustice?”
The 13.9 acre campus of Lebanon Catholic School has been listed for $2.45 million.