Here are the latest obituaries from around Lebanon County.
St. Luke’s rector: “I take this stand not as a hyper-sensitive ‘snowflake’ but as someone deeply committed to my religious vow to respect the dignity of every human being.”
In a space dominated by Democratic groups, the LBJ Women’s Campaign School highlights its nonpartisan approach in trying to help more women get elected to office. It’s not that simple.
“In a few short weeks the adult debate over school opening policy will be over and then we will be left to face the true reality as our children set off with backpacks in hand to face this deadly coronavirus.”
Lancaster Farming editor Stephanie Speicher writes: “Though I was there as a reporter, I couldn’t help but also be there as a fan. I really admire how resilient these kids have been this year.”
For August to date, Lebanon County has seen a 4.0% positive test rate – down from 5.4% in July and 9% in June.
Lebanon County Commissioners approved a resolution Thursday to provide tax abatement for the rehabilitation of commercial properties in Myerstown Borough via the state’s Local Economic Revitalization Tax Assistance Act program.
No residents were hurt when the 150-year-old tree toppled onto the Buckingham Mansion porch on Monday evening.
This month’s First Friday Lebanon Art Walk is tonight, and LebTown is here with all you need to know about the festivities.
This week’s pet is Bindi, owned by Abigail Chase.
A roundup of the most recent blotters from local police departments.
Lebanon County is currently in its longest stretch of having no new deaths reported by the state from COVID-19, with none added since July 23.
In 2003, Herr’s 76-acre farm became the second property to be preserved by the Lebanon Valley Conservancy. He wouldn’t have it any other way.
The Lebanon County Coalition to End Homelessness is providing assistance for applicants looking to receive some of the $800,000 in relief money from state and federal sources.
A video hearing on the county’s emergency application will be held before the Commonwealth Court on Monday, August 10, at 2:30 p.m.