The Lebanon County Police Chiefs have announced the date for 2020 Trick or Treat as Thursday, Oct. 29, 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
An investigation found state health officials abandoned their urgency in implementing a faster process, leaving them ill-prepared to accurately report death data when the pandemic arrived.
Lebanon County investigators believe a man who went missing nearly two weeks ago staged his disappearance to avoid a sexual assault allegation.
The bill, sponsored by Rep. Frank Ryan, R-Lebanon County, was offered in recognition of the economic hardships that the COVID-19 has had on the commonwealth as well as its citizens and businesses, causing massive amounts of job losses and forcing some businesses and restaurants to close permanently.
In terms of relative comparisons, the current figure of 129 new COVID-19 cases over the last 14 days per 100,000 residents is 87% higher compared to Lebanon County’s figures one month ago and 119% higher compared to 14 days ago.
The Shueys have been making crafted pretzels in Lebanon for 93 years.
Lebanese photographer who visited Lebanon, Pa., and 46 other U.S. Lebanons featured in NPR’s Radiolab podcast.
A roundup of the most recent blotters from local police departments.
“It’s very anecdotal.” Here’s what might have contributed to a lack (or not) of butterflies in the Lebanon Valley this summer.
A bill advancing in the state Senate would set strict criteria for drawing congressional and legislative maps, and make underlying data available for analysis.
The positive rate was 12% in May, 9% in June, 5.4% in July, and 4.3% in August. So far in September, the positive rate is 7.7%.
Nominees in three local races will face off in the area’s traditional Candidates Night forum on Monday, Oct. 26 – but the details of the event are still uncertain, depending on the state of COVID-19 at the time.
The Gumbas sauce and salsa brand, which was pulled from the shelves at the family-owned chain of Karns Food stores earlier this month, has likewise been removed by the Giant Foods and Stauffers of Kissel Hill chains.
Lebanon’s “mom and pop” businesses have until 5 p.m. Sept. 25 to apply for a forgivable loan in the second round of allocations from the city’s Small Business Recovery Assistance Fund.
Here are the most recent food safety violations in Lebanon County, as documented by Pennsylvania’s Department of Agriculture.